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104 terms
DHY 114
Pre-implantation
endoderm
Taste buds develop...
In what order do lingual papillae form?
The period from conception until the end of first week
the innermost layer, organs, linings of resp. and digestive s…
during the 11th to 13th weeks
circumvallate and foliate first, then fungiform and then fili…
Pre-implantation
The period from conception until the end of first week
endoderm
the innermost layer, organs, linings of resp. and digestive s…
71 terms
DHY 114
Supraorbital Ridge
Glabella
External acoustic meatus
Temporal Fossa
Ridge of bone beneath the eyebrows/ Frontal region
Area between the eyebrows. Important in radiology/ Frontal re…
The canal/hole where the sound waves enter/Temporal region
Depression found between the ear and the eye/ Temporal region
Supraorbital Ridge
Ridge of bone beneath the eyebrows/ Frontal region
Glabella
Area between the eyebrows. Important in radiology/ Frontal re…
130 terms
DHY 114- exam 1
Why do we need to know head, neck, and…
Radiology...
Local anesthesia...
anterior
need knowledge to be able to perform patient procedures. have…
knowledge of anatomy is crucial for success in dental radiolo…
need to know specific landmarks for the correct placement of…
front area of the body
Why do we need to know head, neck, and…
need knowledge to be able to perform patient procedures. have…
Radiology...
knowledge of anatomy is crucial for success in dental radiolo…
73 terms
DHY 114- Module 6
Percussion
Follicular
Prophylactic
Retrovirus
Striking the tooth with short, sharp blows as a diagnostic to…
Pertaining to the tissues surrounding the developing tooth bud.
Tending to ward off or prevent a disease process or condition…
a virus with a central core of RNA as opposed to DNA
Percussion
Striking the tooth with short, sharp blows as a diagnostic to…
Follicular
Pertaining to the tissues surrounding the developing tooth bud.
126 terms
DHY-114 Exam 4
There are how many types of basic tiss…
What is epithelial tissue?
What does epithelial tissue serve as a…
Where can epithelium arise from?
Four
tissue that covers and lines the internal and external body s…
-serves as a protective covering and lining ... - plays a role i…
any three of the embryonic layers
There are how many types of basic tiss…
Four
What is epithelial tissue?
tissue that covers and lines the internal and external body s…
106 terms
DHY- 114 Exam 3
Dentin is crystalline meaning what?
Dentin is avascular? but has what with…
Odontoblasts do what as they grow?
dentin does have what associated with…
after enamel it is the next hardest tissue in the body
no blood vessels. Has living material within the dentin
leave an extension of themselves behind as they grow
nerves
Dentin is crystalline meaning what?
after enamel it is the next hardest tissue in the body
Dentin is avascular? but has what with…
no blood vessels. Has living material within the dentin
116 terms
DHY 114- Module 7
Define a congenital abnormality? What…
Give examples of agents that can be te…
What types of neurodevelopmental defic…
What are common intraoral characterist…
Present at or around the time of birth- birth defect... May be d…
Alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, Prescription drugs, Microorganisms…
mild-to-moderate mental deficiency (lower IQ), attention defi…
Open mouth posture, mouth breathing; High narrow palate, clef…
Define a congenital abnormality? What…
Present at or around the time of birth- birth defect... May be d…
Give examples of agents that can be te…
Alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, Prescription drugs, Microorganisms…
134 terms
DHY 114- Exam 2
There are two types of teeth what are…
Another name for the primary teeth is..
Primary teeth develop when?
Takes how long for the primary teeth t…
Primary and Permanent
deciduous teeth or baby teeth
during the prenatal period
2 1/2 years
There are two types of teeth what are…
Primary and Permanent
Another name for the primary teeth is..
deciduous teeth or baby teeth
116 terms
Oral Terminology (DHY 114)
Maxillary
Mandibular
Arch
Occlusion
upper jaw
lower jaw
the bony process that holds the teeth
the way teeth get together
Maxillary
upper jaw
Mandibular
lower jaw
DHY 114- Module 6
Percussion
Follicular
Prophylactic
Retrovirus
Striking the tooth with short, sharp blows as a diagnostic to…
Pertaining to the tissues surrounding the developing tooth bud.
Tending to ward off or prevent a disease process or condition…
a virus with a central core of RNA as opposed to DNA
Percussion
Striking the tooth with short, sharp blows as a diagnostic to…
Follicular
Pertaining to the tissues surrounding the developing tooth bud.
DHY 114- Module 7
Define a congenital abnormality? What…
Give examples of agents that can be te…
What types of neurodevelopmental defic…
What are common intraoral characterist…
Present at or around the time of birth- birth defect... May be d…
Alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, Prescription drugs, Microorganisms…
mild-to-moderate mental deficiency (lower IQ), attention defi…
Open mouth posture, mouth breathing; High narrow palate, clef…
Define a congenital abnormality? What…
Present at or around the time of birth- birth defect... May be d…
Give examples of agents that can be te…
Alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, Prescription drugs, Microorganisms…
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DHY 114 Quiz 1
Dental hygiene as a discipline
Professional dental hygienist
6 key behaviors/steps of dental hygien…
Profession roles of dental hygienist a…
study of preventative oral healthcare including management of…
licensed oral healthcare professional who assumes the profess…
1. Assessment= collection of data based on clients problems,…
1. Clinician=responsible for prevention, therapeutic, and edu…
Dental hygiene as a discipline
study of preventative oral healthcare including management of…
Professional dental hygienist
licensed oral healthcare professional who assumes the profess…
DHY114-2
Acute Inflammation
Chronic inflammation
Three Phases of Acute Inflammation
initiation Phase
Response to Injury... ACUTE INFLAMMATION... Limited in scope, area,…
Characterized y long duration or history of repeated insults…
Initiation - 5 steps... Amplification - 2 steps... Termination - 1…
Event 1... Brief vasoconstriction - Shrinking f bod vessels 2-3…
Acute Inflammation
Response to Injury... ACUTE INFLAMMATION... Limited in scope, area,…
Chronic inflammation
Characterized y long duration or history of repeated insults…
DHY114-2
Immunity
Antigens
Major histococompatibility complesxes…
Nonspecific Immunity (Innate)... (Your ow…
The body's defense system... Establish resistance to disease-pro…
Chemicals (natural or synthetic), food proteins, products of…
Identify host vcells as "self"... Changes trigger immune system…
Defense mechanisms that do not need to be previously exposed…
Immunity
The body's defense system... Establish resistance to disease-pro…
Antigens
Chemicals (natural or synthetic), food proteins, products of…
DHY114-2
Cell Growth Categories
Cell Growth Categories
Cell Growth Categories
Neoplastic Growth
Labile... Constantly undergo reproduction (epithelial tissues, b…
Stable... Undergo replication if necessary due to injury, fr exa…
Permanent... do not reproduce (nerve cells, cardiac muscle, and…
Unregulated growth due to a genetic change or mutation... Benign…
Cell Growth Categories
Labile... Constantly undergo reproduction (epithelial tissues, b…
Cell Growth Categories
Stable... Undergo replication if necessary due to injury, fr exa…
107 terms
dhy 114 - anatomy exam 3
dentin is crystalline - what's that me…
can dentin be removed by hand instrume…
dentin is avascular - what's that mean?
what does dentin have within it?
after enamel, it is the next hardest tissue in the body
yup, unlike enamel
no blood vessels
living material inside the dentin
dentin is crystalline - what's that me…
after enamel, it is the next hardest tissue in the body
can dentin be removed by hand instrume…
yup, unlike enamel
40 terms
DHY 114 Module 6 & 7
Define a congenital abnormality? What…
Give examples of agents that can be te…
What types of neurodevelopmental defic…
What are common intraoral characterist…
Present at around the time of birth... May be developmental or g…
Alchohol, tobacco, cocaine... RX drugs... Microorganisms... Nutritiona…
Lower IQ, ADHA hypersensitivity, learning disabilities, poor…
High narrow palate... Ex. Mouth posture
Define a congenital abnormality? What…
Present at around the time of birth... May be developmental or g…
Give examples of agents that can be te…
Alchohol, tobacco, cocaine... RX drugs... Microorganisms... Nutritiona…
20 terms
DHY 114 Matching Terms (Test 1)
Anterior
Posterior
Ventral
Dorsal
Front of an area of the body
Back of an area of the body
Front of an area of the body
Back of an area of the body
Anterior
Front of an area of the body
Posterior
Back of an area of the body
Chapter 2 (DHY Anatomical Science)
Functions of Incisors
Longest incisor crown
Incisor crown are more convex...
Incisor mesioincisal angles are...
-Cut food... -Articulate Speech... -Support lips... -Guide mandible du…
Maxillary central incisor crown
on the distal than on the mesial surfaces EXCEPT on mandibula…
more acute than distoincisal angles EXCEPT on mandibular cent…
Functions of Incisors
-Cut food... -Articulate Speech... -Support lips... -Guide mandible du…
Longest incisor crown
Maxillary central incisor crown
20 terms
Anatomy Test Anatomical terms
front of an area of the body
back of an area of the body
front of an area of the body
back of an area of the body
Anterior
Posterior
Ventral
Dorsal
front of an area of the body
Anterior
back of an area of the body
Posterior
124 terms
Anatomy-Unit 3 (Tooth and Periodontal Development)
tooth development
Primary and Permanent
during the prenatal period
take up to 2.5 years to fully erupt in…
Odontogenesis
What are the two types of Dentition
When do primary teeth develop?
How long does it take for primary teeth to erupt?
tooth development
Odontogenesis
Primary and Permanent
What are the two types of Dentition
113 terms
Exam #3 flash cards
Crystalline
Can Crystalline be removed by hand ins…
Dentin is Avascular which means...?
What does dentin have?
after enamel it is the next hardest tissue in the body
Yes
it does not have blood vessels
-it has living material within the dentin ... -does have nerves…
Crystalline
after enamel it is the next hardest tissue in the body
Can Crystalline be removed by hand ins…
Yes
74 terms
Anatomy- Unit 1 (Facial and Oral Anatomy)
forehead and the area above the eyes
mainly covered by scalp and hair
ear region
eye region
Frontal Region
Parietal and Occipital Regions
Temporal Region
Orbital Region
forehead and the area above the eyes
Frontal Region
mainly covered by scalp and hair
Parietal and Occipital Regions
51 terms
Anatomy- Unit 2 (Orofacial Embryology and Histology)
Pre-implantation... Embryonic... Fetal Period
the period from conception until the e…
lasts from the beginning of the 2nd we…
lasts from the 9th week until the baby…
What are the 3 periods of prenatal development?
When is the Pre-implantation period?
When is the Embryonic period?
When is the fetal period?
Pre-implantation... Embryonic... Fetal Period
What are the 3 periods of prenatal development?
the period from conception until the e…
When is the Pre-implantation period?
155 terms
Anatomy Exam #4
epithelial tissue
What purpose does epithelial tissue se…
Epithelial tissue plays a role in...
What is the origin of epithelial tissue?
tissue that covers and lines the internal and external body s…
serves as a protective covering or lining
-Absorption... -Secretion... -Sensory and specialized functions
epithelium can arise from any of the 3 embryonic layers
epithelial tissue
tissue that covers and lines the internal and external body s…
What purpose does epithelial tissue se…
serves as a protective covering or lining
170 terms
Oral Anatomy, Histology & Embryology: Test One
Maxillary
Mandibular
Occlusion
Midline
Upper Jaw
Lower jaw
The way the teeth come/fit together
Middle of the maxillary or mandibulary arch
Maxillary
Upper Jaw
Mandibular
Lower jaw
11 terms
Intro
Anterior
Posterior
Ventral
Dorsal
front of an area of the body
back of an area of the body
front of an area of the body
Back of an area of the body
Anterior
front of an area of the body
Posterior
back of an area of the body
153 terms
Radiology Exam 3
Name 3 out of 7 uses of dental radiolo…
What are three types of intramural fil…
What is the control panel used for?
What is the purpose of the tube head?
1. Detect lesions, diseases and conditions of teeth and surro…
Periapicals, bitewings. occlusals
Adjustment and power
Houses x-ray tube
Name 3 out of 7 uses of dental radiolo…
1. Detect lesions, diseases and conditions of teeth and surro…
What are three types of intramural fil…
Periapicals, bitewings. occlusals
53 terms
Unit I
Frontal Region
supraorbital ridge
Glabella
Parietal and Occipital Regions
forehead and area above the eyes
ridge of bone beneath the eyebrows
Area between the eyebrows
Regions mainly covered by scalp and/or hair
Frontal Region
forehead and area above the eyes
supraorbital ridge
ridge of bone beneath the eyebrows
120 terms
Ch 4. Muscular System
muscular system
muscle
origin
insertion
includes skeletal muscle tissue
shortens under neural control, causing soft tissue and bony s…
end of the muscle that is attached to the least movable struc…
end attached to more movable structure
muscular system
includes skeletal muscle tissue
muscle
shortens under neural control, causing soft tissue and bony s…
30 terms
HN Chap. 11
Gland
Exocrine gland
Duct
Endocrine gland
A structure that produces a secretion necessary for normal bo…
A gland having a duct associated with it
A passageway that allows the glandular secretion to be emptie…
A ductless gland with its secretion conveyed directly into th…
Gland
A structure that produces a secretion necessary for normal bo…
Exocrine gland
A gland having a duct associated with it
34 terms
Canines
Canines
Function
long root
proximal root concavities
4 anterior teeth at corners of quadrants... 3rd tooth from midli…
pierce or tear... support of facial muscles... keep vertical dimens…
makes them the most stable= increased periodontal support
increased periodontal anchorage... serve as stabilizing anchors…
Canines
4 anterior teeth at corners of quadrants... 3rd tooth from midli…
Function
pierce or tear... support of facial muscles... keep vertical dimens…
21 terms
Mandibular Incisors
permanent mandibular incisors
mandibular lateral incisor
mandibular incisal edge is located whe…
Perm mandibular Incisor Features
smallest teeth of perm. dentition... most symmetrical... most unifo…
slightly larger than a central
just lingual to the long axis.
-wider crown Labiolingually than MD... -root longer than crown... -…
permanent mandibular incisors
smallest teeth of perm. dentition... most symmetrical... most unifo…
mandibular lateral incisor
slightly larger than a central
32 terms
Tooth Numbering
maxillary right 3rd molar
maxillary right 2nd molar
maxillary right 1st molar
maxillary right 2nd bicuspid
1
2
3
4
maxillary right 3rd molar
1
maxillary right 2nd molar
2
59 terms
Head and Neck Ch 3
skeletal system
plate
process
condoyle
bones, cartilage,joints
flat bony structure
prominence on a bony surface
oval process in joints
skeletal system
bones, cartilage,joints
plate
flat bony structure
77 terms
Unit III part Two
What is the second hardest tissue in t…
Can dentin be removed by hand instrume…
What are the components of dentin?
In which structure are the crystals sm…
Crystalline (found in dentin)
yes
70% mineral (calcium hydroxy appetite)... 20% organic material... 1…
Dentin
What is the second hardest tissue in t…
Crystalline (found in dentin)
Can dentin be removed by hand instrume…
yes
140 terms
Oral Anatomy Exam 1
What are the levels of the jaw?
Arch
Occlusion
Midline
Mandibular, Maxillary
Another name for bony process that holds the teeth
The way the teeth fit together
Middle of maxillary and mandibular arch
What are the levels of the jaw?
Mandibular, Maxillary
Arch
Another name for bony process that holds the teeth
64 terms
Unit IV
Epithelial Tissue
What is the function of epithelial tis…
From which embryonic layer does epithe…
From which embryonic layer does oral e…
Tissue that cover's and lines the internal and external body…
-serve as a protective lining/covering... -plays a role in absor…
any of the 3!
ectoderm
Epithelial Tissue
Tissue that cover's and lines the internal and external body…
What is the function of epithelial tis…
-serve as a protective lining/covering... -plays a role in absor…
86 terms
Unit III part 1
When does primary dentition develop?
how long does it take for primary dent…
When are permanent teeth formed?
When does the first permanent tooth er…
during the prenatal period
2 1/2 years to fully erupt into the oral cavity (fully develo…
Most of the permanent teeth form during the prenatal period,…
~6 years. the last tooth (3rd molars) comes in between 17-25…
When does primary dentition develop?
during the prenatal period
how long does it take for primary dent…
2 1/2 years to fully erupt into the oral cavity (fully develo…
43 terms
Unit II
How many periods in prenatal developme…
Pre-implantation period
Embryonic period
What is the period of greatest change…
3
the period from conception until the end of the first week
Lasts from the beginning of the second week until the end of…
the embryonic period
How many periods in prenatal developme…
3
Pre-implantation period
the period from conception until the end of the first week
113 terms
Oral anatomy exam 2
What are the two types of dentitions/t…
Primary teeth develop when?
How long does it take for primary teet…
They are lost and shed as ___________…
Primary and secondary.
They develop during the pre-natal period, before birth.
It can take up to 2 and 1/2 years.
Permanent/secondary teeth
What are the two types of dentitions/t…
Primary and secondary.
Primary teeth develop when?
They develop during the pre-natal period, before birth.
15 terms
Final Anatomy Ch 11
Which of the following statements CORR…
Which of the following structures are…
In which of the following spaces is th…
The masticator space includes the subm…
A. Dense and inelastic tissue forming sheaths around deep str…
A. Internal and common carotid arteries and tenth cranial nerve
C. Infratemporal space
D. Pterygomandibular space
Which of the following statements CORR…
A. Dense and inelastic tissue forming sheaths around deep str…
Which of the following structures are…
A. Internal and common carotid arteries and tenth cranial nerve
39 terms
Tooth Morphology: Incisors
Anterior Lobes
developmental depressions
succedaneous
incisal ridge
Mesiolabial, Middle labial, Distolabial, Lingual
2 VERTICAL depressions that outline the separations among the…
one replaces the primary teeth of the same type.
masticatory surface
Anterior Lobes
Mesiolabial, Middle labial, Distolabial, Lingual
developmental depressions
2 VERTICAL depressions that outline the separations among the…
25 terms
Final Anatomy ch 10
Which of the following lymph nodes hav…
Which of the following structures leav…
Which of the following lymph nodes are…
Which of the following components of t…
C.Parotid nodes
C.Efferent lymphatic vessels
D. Malar, Buccal, nasolabial, and Mandibular
C. Vessels
Which of the following lymph nodes hav…
C.Parotid nodes
Which of the following structures leav…
C.Efferent lymphatic vessels
20 terms
Final Anatomy Ch 6
The posterior superior alveolar artery…
Which of the following descriptions co…
Which of the following veins results f…
Which of the following arteries arises…
a. maxillary posterior teeth and periodontium
c. drains the maxillary and mandibular dental tissue
b. retromandibular
a. mylohyoid artery
The posterior superior alveolar artery…
a. maxillary posterior teeth and periodontium
Which of the following descriptions co…
c. drains the maxillary and mandibular dental tissue
90 terms
Oral Anatomy Exam 2
When do primary teeth develop?
How long does it take for primary teet…
How are primary teeth shed and lost?
Permanent teeth are formed when?
prenatal period
2.5 years (24-30 months)
as the permanent teeth develop and erupt
during prenatal period but develop after birth
When do primary teeth develop?
prenatal period
How long does it take for primary teet…
2.5 years (24-30 months)
15 terms
Final Anatomy Ch 12
Which of the following complications i…
Which of the following cranial nerves…
Which of the following statements is C…
Which of the following statements conc…
C. Respiratory obstruction
A. Oculomotor and trochlear nerves
C. Infection confined in oral mucosal space
D. Needle track contamination may be involved
Which of the following complications i…
C. Respiratory obstruction
Which of the following cranial nerves…
A. Oculomotor and trochlear nerves
20 terms
Final Anatomy ch 7
The sublingual salivary gland is locat…
Which of the following glands has both…
Which of the following nerves innervat…
Which of the following nerves travels…
A. Anterior to the submandibular gland
B. Parotid
B.Chorda tympani
B. Facial
The sublingual salivary gland is locat…
A. Anterior to the submandibular gland
Which of the following glands has both…
B. Parotid
25 terms
Final Anatomy Ch 8
The brainstem of the CNS consists of w…
The CNS consists of which two of the f…
Which of the following is a CORRECT st…
To what division of the nervous system…
c. medulla, pons & midbrain
b. brain and spinal cord
a. Discharged with the arrival of the action potential
c. afferent nervous system
The brainstem of the CNS consists of w…
c. medulla, pons & midbrain
The CNS consists of which two of the f…
b. brain and spinal cord
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