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37 terms
Operative Dentistry
What are the nine steps in cavity prep…
What is a Class I?
What is the outline form of a Class I?
What is the primary resistance form of…
1. Outline Form & Initial Depth... 2. Primary Resistance Form ... 3…
- All pits and fissures... - May be on lingual surface of anteri…
- FL width 1mm... - Extend slight further into occlusal primary…
- 0.5mm into dentin (1.7-2.0mm)... - M and D walls should form 6…
What are the nine steps in cavity prep…
1. Outline Form & Initial Depth... 2. Primary Resistance Form ... 3…
What is a Class I?
- All pits and fissures... - May be on lingual surface of anteri…
136 terms
Operative Dentistry
Preparation
what does a prep do?
Objectives of tooth preparation
Class I
Preparation (surgical procedure) reduces microorganisms
Preparation reduces the amount of microorganisms in the tooth…
1. Conservative cutting ... 2. Remove defects... 3. Protect the pul…
1. All pits and fissure caries;... 2. lingual surface of incisor…
Preparation
Preparation (surgical procedure) reduces microorganisms
what does a prep do?
Preparation reduces the amount of microorganisms in the tooth…
116 terms
Operative Dentistry
Abrasion
Chemical erosion
Idiopathic erosion (abfraction)
Attrition
Tooth surface loss from direct friction between teeth and ext…
Loss of tooth structure through chemico-mechanical action
Tooth loss due to abnormal occlusal forces; mostly buccal, V-…
Abnormal wear on incisal edges and occlusal surfaces of teeth
Abrasion
Tooth surface loss from direct friction between teeth and ext…
Chemical erosion
Loss of tooth structure through chemico-mechanical action
81 terms
Operative Dentistry
Cavity Prep Steps
What is a Class I?
Where can a Class I be?
Outline form/depth
1. Outline form and depth ... 2. Primary resistance... 3. Primary r…
All pit and fissure caries
Occlusal of all posterior teeth... Occlusal 2/3 of facial or lin…
0.5 mm into dentin ... 1.7-2mm depth (pulpal floor to cavosurfac…
Cavity Prep Steps
1. Outline form and depth ... 2. Primary resistance... 3. Primary r…
What is a Class I?
All pit and fissure caries
50 terms
Operative Dentistry
Liners
Bases
Retention
Resistance
-0.5mm away from pulp ... -Calcium hydroxide
-2mm thickness away from pulp... -more thermal and mechanical pr…
Prevent dislodgement of material
Prevent tooth and restoration fracture from occlusal forces
Liners
-0.5mm away from pulp ... -Calcium hydroxide
Bases
-2mm thickness away from pulp... -more thermal and mechanical pr…
22 terms
Operative Dentistry
Repair and restoration of carious or b…
Preparation =
Restoration =
4 operative dentistry goals
Operative dentistry
drilling
filling
1. ELIMINATE defects... 2. PROTECT remaining tooth structure... 3.…
Repair and restoration of carious or b…
Operative dentistry
Preparation =
drilling
14 terms
Operative Dentistry
9 steps in cavity prep
6 classification of tooth caries by lo…
Class I
1. Outline form and initial depth
1. outline form and initial depth... 2. primary resistance form…
...
- pit and fissure caries... - occlusal surface or occlusal 2/3rd…
- 0.5mm into dentin (for amalgam)... - 1.7-2mm in depth... - FL wid…
9 steps in cavity prep
1. outline form and initial depth... 2. primary resistance form…
6 classification of tooth caries by lo…
...
163 terms
Operative Dentistry
The goal of ergonomics is to help peop…
What can a dental assistant do to reli…
Periodic stretching of the muscles tha…
Optimal operator positioning includes...
Stay healthy while performing their work more effectively.
Both B and C.... performing full back release, head rotations, a…
True
Both a and b.... working in neutral position by having head in a…
The goal of ergonomics is to help peop…
Stay healthy while performing their work more effectively.
What can a dental assistant do to reli…
Both B and C.... performing full back release, head rotations, a…
52 terms
Operative Dentistry
DEFINE: Operative Dentistry
DEFINE: Carious
DEFINE: Non-carious
DEFINE: Direct restoration
The science and art in dentistry that studies the prevention,…
Bacterial infection ... Diseased tissue must be removed... Precise…
Loss of tooth surface due to mechanical or chemical factors... E…
Dental material in a soft state placed directly in cavity pre…
DEFINE: Operative Dentistry
The science and art in dentistry that studies the prevention,…
DEFINE: Carious
Bacterial infection ... Diseased tissue must be removed... Precise…
30 terms
Operative Dentistry
Fillings, restorations
Fill cavities, reshape or repair, fix…
G.V. Black
Best composition for dental amalgams,…
_______ are commonly refferred to as _______
Restorations are done to
Known as one of the founders of modern dentistry
GV Black researched important topics such as:
Fillings, restorations
_______ are commonly refferred to as _______
Fill cavities, reshape or repair, fix…
Restorations are done to
42 terms
Operative dentistry
Camphorquinone
Microfilled composite
Silane coupling agent
Micro-gap formation
The most common photoactivator in light-cured composites. Mos…
Least amount of organic filler particles
Links together composite polymer resin matrix and glass parti…
The most deleterious effect of polymerization shrinkage
Camphorquinone
The most common photoactivator in light-cured composites. Mos…
Microfilled composite
Least amount of organic filler particles
48 terms
Operative Dentistry
What is caries?
What does preparation do?
tooth preparation objectives
steps of cavity preparation
infectious disease
= surgical procedure... - reduces microorganisms in disease proc…
1. remove defects and protect pulp... 2. conservative cutting... 3.…
1. outline form & initial depth... 2. primary resistance form... 3.…
What is caries?
infectious disease
What does preparation do?
= surgical procedure... - reduces microorganisms in disease proc…
17 terms
Operative Dentistry
Enamel critical pH level for demineral…
Dentin critical pH level for demineral…
What ions are released from the tooth…
Is Strep Mutans Gram + or -
pH 5.5
pH 6.2
Calcium and Phosphate - this can be remineralized
Gram +
Enamel critical pH level for demineral…
pH 5.5
Dentin critical pH level for demineral…
pH 6.2
9 terms
Operative dentistry
What are the advantages of using magni…
Describe a neutral position
What is working distance? What is an i…
What is considered an ergonomic factor…
Improved posture... Decreased fatigue... Decreased visual stress... Im…
Upper body balanced over the legs, arms and shoulders level,…
The distance between the clinician's eyes and the work site;…
Field of view
What are the advantages of using magni…
Improved posture... Decreased fatigue... Decreased visual stress... Im…
Describe a neutral position
Upper body balanced over the legs, arms and shoulders level,…
20 terms
Operative Dentistry
1. តើចំណាត់ថ្នាក់ទីI នៃរោគពុកធ្មេញ GV.…
2. តើចំណាត់ថ្នាក់ទីII នៃរោគពុកធ្មេញរបស…
3. តើចំណាត់ថ្នាក់ទីIII នៃរោគពុកធ្មេញរប…
4. តើចំណាត់ថ្នាក់ទីIV នៃរោគពុកធ្មេញរបស…
All pit and fissure lesions: ... A- Occlusal surface of molars a…
ជាប្រភេទ lesions នៅលើ Proximal Surface នៃ molar និង premolar…
lesion are found on proximal surfaces of anterior teeth that…
lesions are found on the proximal surface of anterior teeth a…
1. តើចំណាត់ថ្នាក់ទីI នៃរោគពុកធ្មេញ GV.…
All pit and fissure lesions: ... A- Occlusal surface of molars a…
2. តើចំណាត់ថ្នាក់ទីII នៃរោគពុកធ្មេញរបស…
ជាប្រភេទ lesions នៅលើ Proximal Surface នៃ molar និង premolar…
47 terms
Operative Dentistry
Define demineralization
Define root caries
How can the caries process be slowed o…
What are rampant caries caused by
Loss of minerals from tooth
Decay on the root surface of teeth that have gingival recession
Fluorides can prevent caries from attacking teeth
Excessive and frequent intake of sucrose or after xerostomia
Define demineralization
Loss of minerals from tooth
Define root caries
Decay on the root surface of teeth that have gingival recession
47 terms
Operative Dentistry
What is a class I cavity?
What is a class II cavity?
What is a class III cavity?
What is a class IV cavity?
...
...
...
...
What is a class I cavity?
...
What is a class II cavity?
...
17 terms
Operative Dentistry
Critical pH of Enamel
Nonspecific Plaque Hypothesis
Specific Plaque Hypothesis
How is saliva carioprotective?
5.5
All plaque causes caries
Only bacteria that cause caries are pathogenic
It acts as a buffer, carries minerals for remineralization (C…
Critical pH of Enamel
5.5
Nonspecific Plaque Hypothesis
All plaque causes caries
136 terms
Operative Dentistry Final
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Both are concerned with the maintenance of supporting healthy…
Teach and employ similar cavity preparations, use of material…
Similar instrument grasps, anesthetic solutions and local inj…
Both involve restoring proper occlusion, aesthetics, and func…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Both are concerned with the maintenance of supporting healthy…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Teach and employ similar cavity preparations, use of material…
39 terms
Intro to Operative Dentistry
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Both are concerned with the maintenance of supporting healthy…
Teach and employ similar cavity preparations, use of material…
Similar instrument grasps, anesthetic solutions and local inj…
Both involve restoring proper occlusion, aesthetics, and func…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Both are concerned with the maintenance of supporting healthy…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Teach and employ similar cavity preparations, use of material…
41 terms
Fundamental Concepts of Operative Dentistry
Acute: Acute, rapidly advancing caries…
Class II: Pre Molars and Molars ... Class…
Inactive... 1) whitish/yellowish ... 2) SHIN…
1) Primary ... 2) Secondary (recurrent) C…
Describe the differences of Acute & Chronic carious Lesions
What Classes describe proximal caries?
Describe INACTIVE and Active caries? Also in regards to tacti…
3 types of caries
Acute: Acute, rapidly advancing caries…
Describe the differences of Acute & Chronic carious Lesions
Class II: Pre Molars and Molars ... Class…
What Classes describe proximal caries?
33 terms
Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry
What are the mineralized dental tissues?
What are the functions of enamel?
What is enamel made up of?
What are the functions of dentin?
enamel, dentin, DEJ, cementum, CEJ
-provides the shape and hard outer surface... -protects underlyi…
96% inorganic hydroxyapatite
-provides color and an elastic foundation for the enamel... -pro…
What are the mineralized dental tissues?
enamel, dentin, DEJ, cementum, CEJ
What are the functions of enamel?
-provides the shape and hard outer surface... -protects underlyi…
96 terms
Operative Dentistry Test 1
What are some indicators of a need for…
Why is it important to limit the size…
The incidence of caries has decreased…
Fluoride reduces _______surface lesion…
Caries... Fractures... Discoloration... Malformed teeth
Retention of more tooth structure... Less trauma to pulpal tissue
Fluoridation of water
Smooth surface and interproximal... Pit and fissure
What are some indicators of a need for…
Caries... Fractures... Discoloration... Malformed teeth
Why is it important to limit the size…
Retention of more tooth structure... Less trauma to pulpal tissue
26 terms
Chapter 16: Operative Dentistry
What dentistry specialty manages the p…
What dentistry specialty involves repl…
What is the dental specialty involved…
What specialty of dentistry is concern…
Endodontics
Prosthodontics
Periodontics
Orthodontics
What dentistry specialty manages the p…
Endodontics
What dentistry specialty involves repl…
Prosthodontics
136 terms
Operative Dentistry Final
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Both are concerned with the maintenance of supporting healthy…
Teach and employ similar cavity preparations, use of material…
Similar instrument grasps, anesthetic solutions and local inj…
Both involve restoring proper occlusion, aesthetics, and func…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Both are concerned with the maintenance of supporting healthy…
Relationship b/t operative dentistry a…
Teach and employ similar cavity preparations, use of material…
53 terms
Operative & Specialty Dentistry
biomaterials
dental materials
American National Standards Institution
Council on Scientific Affairs of the ADA
man-made materials that are used to replace tissues
biomaterials used in or around the oral cavity
publish and administer standards for many products we use; AD…
develops standards and guidelines on how dental products are…
biomaterials
man-made materials that are used to replace tissues
dental materials
biomaterials used in or around the oral cavity
16 terms
Operative Dentistry - Amalgam
Silver increases...
Silver decreases...
Copper increases...
Copper decreases...
Strength... Expansion... Corrosion resistance
Flow... Setting time
Strength... Expansion... Corrosion resistance... Hardness... Brittleness
Flow... Setting time... Plasticity
Silver increases...
Strength... Expansion... Corrosion resistance
Silver decreases...
Flow... Setting time
19 terms
Operative Dentistry - Composites
Dental resin composite
Classification according to size
Indications
Contraindications
Soft organic resin matrix... Hard inorganic filler particles
Macrofillers (10-100)... Midifillers (1-10)... Minifillers (0.1-1)…
Anterior restorations (cl. III & IV)... Class I... Class II... Class V…
Large posterior restorations... Bruxism (relative)... Poor isolation
Dental resin composite
Soft organic resin matrix... Hard inorganic filler particles
Classification according to size
Macrofillers (10-100)... Midifillers (1-10)... Minifillers (0.1-1)…
25 terms
Definitions of Operative Dentistry 1
Definition of dental caries
Histology of caries incipient
Histology of dentine caries
Etiological factors involved in the ca…
Chronic disease that develops on the oral surface of teeth an…
Translucent zone... Dark zone... Body of the lesion... Relative intact…
Tertiary dentine... Normal dentine... Sclerotic dentine... Zone withou…
Tooth (host), dental plaque (cariogenic microorganisms), diet…
Definition of dental caries
Chronic disease that develops on the oral surface of teeth an…
Histology of caries incipient
Translucent zone... Dark zone... Body of the lesion... Relative intact…
8 terms
Introduction to Operative Dentistry
operative dentistry definition
Major determinant of muscle function
The relationships of form to function…
determine which material is best suite…
the art and science of the maintenance and restoration of the…
The form of a tooth and its contour and contact relationships…
the shape of the dental arch, proximal contacts, occlusal con…
risk factors, size, location, and occlusion
operative dentistry definition
the art and science of the maintenance and restoration of the…
Major determinant of muscle function
The form of a tooth and its contour and contact relationships…
260 terms
Operative Dentistry: 1st test
Intro Lecture
What are the 4 fundamental aims of ope…
Classes of human teeth are divided on…
3 structures of teeth
...
prevention, interception, preservation, restoration
form and function
enamel, dentin-pulp complex, and cementum
Intro Lecture
...
What are the 4 fundamental aims of ope…
prevention, interception, preservation, restoration
116 terms
Operative Dentistry: Cavity Preps
Class I-Cavity Preparation
Class II-Cavity Preparation
Gingival Margin Timmer... Distal/Mesial #s
Resistance (tooth structure/restoration)
-on facial, lingual and occlusal surfaces of pits and fissure…
-proximal on posterior teeth ... a. Bite wing radiographs are ne…
#28=distal... #29 = mesial
-Restorative material - need bulk for it to be strong enough…
Class I-Cavity Preparation
-on facial, lingual and occlusal surfaces of pits and fissure…
Class II-Cavity Preparation
-proximal on posterior teeth ... a. Bite wing radiographs are ne…
41 terms
Chapter 16 Operative Dentistry
Operative dentistry is concerned with…
Which of the following instruments is…
An even-numbered gingival margin... trimm…
An odd-numbered gingival margin... trimme…
2. Enamel and dentin
4. Spoon excavators
2. Distal
1. Mesial
Operative dentistry is concerned with…
2. Enamel and dentin
Which of the following instruments is…
4. Spoon excavators
34 terms
Operative and Restorative Dentistry
what is prosthodontics
what is an abutment
what is a bridge
crown
laboratory assisted restorations
a tooth crown or portion of an implant used to support, stabi…
a dental prosthesis that replaces teh crown of one or more mi…
a restorative that covers all or part of a clinical crown
what is prosthodontics
laboratory assisted restorations
what is an abutment
a tooth crown or portion of an implant used to support, stabi…
116 terms
Intro to Operative Dentistry
Operative dentistry treatment restores…
Does operative dentistry require full…
What are the indications for operative…
What are some general factors to consi…
Tooth form, function, and esthetics
No
Carious teeth, malformed teeth, discolored teeth, fractured t…
Occlusion, extent of caries, esthetics, patient's age, anesth…
Operative dentistry treatment restores…
Tooth form, function, and esthetics
Does operative dentistry require full…
No
41 terms
Chapter 16 Operative Dentistry
16-1. Operative dentistry is concerned…
16-2. Which of the following instrumen…
16-3. An even-numbered gingival margin…
16-4. An odd-numbered gingival margin…
2. Enamel and dentin
4. Spoon excavators
2. Distal
1. Mesial
16-1. Operative dentistry is concerned…
2. Enamel and dentin
16-2. Which of the following instrumen…
4. Spoon excavators
38 terms
Cariology and Operative Dentistry
What is cariology?
What is operative dentistry?
What are the common goals of cariology…
What is dental caries?
The study of dental caries and cariogenesis
Diagnosis, prevention and interception of diseases of natural…
Focus on health, tissue preservation, preferably by preventin…
A bacterial driven, generally chronic, site-specific, multifa…
What is cariology?
The study of dental caries and cariogenesis
What is operative dentistry?
Diagnosis, prevention and interception of diseases of natural…
50 terms
Operative Dentistry Preps
Preparation
1. Remove defects and protect pulp... 2.…
1. Outline Form & Initial Depth... 2. Pri…
•All pit and fissure caries... •May be on…
________ reduces microorganisms in the disease process. It is…
Objectives of Tooth Preparation?
What are the 9 steps in cavity preparation?
What is a Class I Prep?
Preparation
________ reduces microorganisms in the disease process. It is…
1. Remove defects and protect pulp... 2.…
Objectives of Tooth Preparation?
33 terms
Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry
What are the mineralized dental tissues?
What are the functions of enamel?
What is enamel made up of?
What are the functions of dentin?
enamel, dentin, DEJ, cementum, CEJ
-provides the shape and hard outer surface... -protects underlyi…
96% inorganic hydroxyapatite
-provides color and an elastic foundation for the enamel... -pro…
What are the mineralized dental tissues?
enamel, dentin, DEJ, cementum, CEJ
What are the functions of enamel?
-provides the shape and hard outer surface... -protects underlyi…
68 terms
Art and Science of Operative Dentistry
Change in Dentition with Age
Classes of Teeth
Incisors
Canines
-Start with 10 maxillary and 10 mandibular teeth.... -As you get…
-Incisor... -Canine... -Molar... -Premolar (Only in the permanent dent…
-Located at the entrance of the oral cavity and function to c…
-Have the longest roots of all teeth and are located at the c…
Change in Dentition with Age
-Start with 10 maxillary and 10 mandibular teeth.... -As you get…
Classes of Teeth
-Incisor... -Canine... -Molar... -Premolar (Only in the permanent dent…
20 terms
Intro to Operative Dentistry
what is operative dentistry
preparation... aka
restoration ... aka
what are the three operative topics
repair and restoration of carious or broken teeth
drilling
filling
caries... treatment... occlusion
what is operative dentistry
repair and restoration of carious or broken teeth
preparation... aka
drilling
22 terms
Operative- minimally invasive dentistry
Examining caries using a QLF/DIFOTI is…
Examining caries using a QLF/DIFOTI is…
When examining caries using an _____,…
Tactile sensitivity of an explorer is…
QLF (quantitative laser fluorescence)
DIFOTI (digital imaging fiber optic trans illumination)
explorer
30-60
Examining caries using a QLF/DIFOTI is…
QLF (quantitative laser fluorescence)
Examining caries using a QLF/DIFOTI is…
DIFOTI (digital imaging fiber optic trans illumination)
66 terms
Introduction of Biomaterials in Operative Dentistry
Material science is a confluence of __…
Initial material use was entirely ____…
What is the oldest material found in?
What time period were the first materi…
engineering, physics, chemistry
empirical
Wood, stone, wool, and leather
Stone Age
Material science is a confluence of __…
engineering, physics, chemistry
Initial material use was entirely ____…
empirical
24 terms
Fundamentals of Operative Dentistry - OPER 5001A
operative dentistry
96%
dentin
erosion
branch of dentistry concerned with the management of teeth by…
HAP percentage in enamel
provides the color of the tooth, protective barrier of pulp,…
progressive loss of tooth structure by chemical process (not…
operative dentistry
branch of dentistry concerned with the management of teeth by…
96%
HAP percentage in enamel
21 terms
Chapter 16 - Operative Dentistry
Preventive Dentistry
Endodontics
Prosthodontics
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
The goal of preventive dentistry is to assist the patient in…
The specialty of dentistry that manages the prevention, diagn…
The specialized areas of dentistry involved in replacing miss…
Involved in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases,…
Preventive Dentistry
The goal of preventive dentistry is to assist the patient in…
Endodontics
The specialty of dentistry that manages the prevention, diagn…
22 terms
Chapter 16 operative Dentistry
Preventive Dentistry
Endodontics
Prosthodontics
Periodontics
Establish control of dental dz or in continuing to maintain g…
Prevention, diagnosis, and tx of dental pulp
Replacing teeth
Diagnosis and tx of the supporting tissues
Preventive Dentistry
Establish control of dental dz or in continuing to maintain g…
Endodontics
Prevention, diagnosis, and tx of dental pulp
32 terms
Operative Dentistry Lecture 1
Caries
Objectives of tooth prep
Nine steps in cavity prep
Class I Definition
Infectious disease: prep reduces microorganisms in the diseas…
1. Remove defects and protect pulp... 2. Conservative cutting... 3.…
1. Outline form & initial depth... 2. Primary resistance form... 3.…
• all pit and fissure caries... • may be on occlusal surface of…
Caries
Infectious disease: prep reduces microorganisms in the diseas…
Objectives of tooth prep
1. Remove defects and protect pulp... 2. Conservative cutting... 3.…
41 terms
Chapter 16 Operative Dentistry
Operative dentistry is concerned with…
Which of the following instruments is…
An even-numbered gingival margin... trimm…
An odd-numbered gingival margin... trimme…
2. Enamel and dentin
4. Spoon excavators
2. Distal
1. Mesial
Operative dentistry is concerned with…
2. Enamel and dentin
Which of the following instruments is…
4. Spoon excavators
38 terms
Chapter 16 - Operative Dentistry
What are amalgam condensers often call…
What may the dentist use to smooth and…
What is used to isolate a designated t…
What are used to cleave (split) tooth…
Pluggers
Burnishers
Rubber dam
Chisels
What are amalgam condensers often call…
Pluggers
What may the dentist use to smooth and…
Burnishers
78 terms
Operative Dentistry Exam 1
How many cavity classifications.
Cavity Classification occurs in pits a…
Cavity Classification occurs in the li…
Cavity Classification Includes caries…
6
Class I
Class I
Class I
How many cavity classifications.
6
Cavity Classification occurs in pits a…
Class I
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