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67 terms
Oral Anatomy
Nasolabial groove
Labiomental groove
Oral cavity
Oral vestibule
diagonal fold from each side of nostril to corner of lips *la…
horizontal groove inferior to lower lip, emphasizes chin *rig…
bounded by lips, laterally by cheeks, superiorly by palate, i…
space between teeth and lips and cheeks
Nasolabial groove
diagonal fold from each side of nostril to corner of lips *la…
Labiomental groove
horizontal groove inferior to lower lip, emphasizes chin *rig…
15 terms
Oral Anatomy
Wharton"s Duct
Stenson"s Duct
Submandibular Gland
Lips
the single duct of the submandibular glands enters the mouth…
Part of the parotid gland. Opens at the cheek opposite the ma…
mixed gland located on each side of the face below the mandib…
two fleshy folds surrounding the teeth
Wharton"s Duct
the single duct of the submandibular glands enters the mouth…
Stenson"s Duct
Part of the parotid gland. Opens at the cheek opposite the ma…
283 terms
Oral Anatomy
Components of the pulp cavity
Pulp chamber
Pulp canal
Pulp horn
7 components... - Pulp chamber... - Pulp canal... - Pulp horn... - Apical…
1/7 components of pulp chamber... Portion of pulp cavity locate…
1/7 components of pulp chamber... - Also called root canal... Port…
1/7 components of pulp chamber... Pointed incisal (occlusal) li…
Components of the pulp cavity
7 components... - Pulp chamber... - Pulp canal... - Pulp horn... - Apical…
Pulp chamber
1/7 components of pulp chamber... Portion of pulp cavity locate…
62 terms
Oral Anatomy (The Oral Cavity)
Lips
Vermilion border
Mucocutaneous junction
Wet dry line of lips
Upper and lower fleshy margins of mouth
Transition zone between mucous membrane and skin
Boundary between vermilion border and skin
Boundary between vermilion border and mucous membrane
Lips
Upper and lower fleshy margins of mouth
Vermilion border
Transition zone between mucous membrane and skin
89 terms
Oral Anatomy Test 1
dental arch
maxilla (maxillary)
mandible (mandibular)
midline
upper/lower jaw
fixed; 2 fused bones
movable; 1 bone
divides upper and lower arches into right and left halves
dental arch
upper/lower jaw
maxilla (maxillary)
fixed; 2 fused bones
47 terms
oral anatomy
Digital Palpation
Bidigital palpation
Bimanual palpation
Manual palpation
involves the use of a single finger to move or press against…
involves the use of one or more fingers and a thumb to move o…
involves the use of an index finger of one hand and the finge…
involves the use of all of the fingers of one hand to move or…
Digital Palpation
involves the use of a single finger to move or press against…
Bidigital palpation
involves the use of one or more fingers and a thumb to move o…
30 terms
Oral Anatomy
Diagonal fold from each side of the no…
Horizontal groove inferior to lower li…
Bounded by lips, laterally by cheeks,…
Space between teeth lips and cheeks
Nasolabial Groove
Labiomental Groove
Oral Cavity
Oral Vestibule
Diagonal fold from each side of the no…
Nasolabial Groove
Horizontal groove inferior to lower li…
Labiomental Groove
140 terms
Oral Anatomy Nerves and Arteries
Trigeminal nerve CN V
Trigeminal
Facial
Glossopharyngeal
Which cranial nerve is the largest?
What is the name of cranial nerve V?
What is the name of cranial nerve VII?
What is the name of cranial nerve IX?
Trigeminal nerve CN V
Which cranial nerve is the largest?
Trigeminal
What is the name of cranial nerve V?
70 terms
Oral Anatomy Landmark test
vermilion zone (7)
vermilion border
philtrum
labial commissure
vermilion zone (7)
vermilion border
65 terms
Oral Anatomy
Size of pupil in normal room light
Size of pupil in bright light
Size of pupil in dim light
Why are eyes/facial communication impo…
3-4mm in diameter
1.5mm in diameter
8mm in diameter
Pupils expand when in fear, eyebrows contract when in pain
Size of pupil in normal room light
3-4mm in diameter
Size of pupil in bright light
1.5mm in diameter
22 terms
Oral anatomy
Boundaries of the oral cavity
Inner Markings of the mandible
Temporomandibubular joint
Primary Muscles of chewing
Lips anteriorly... Cheeks laterally... Palatoglossal arches lateral…
Posterior- mandibular foramen for inferior dental nerve.... Inf…
2 cavities with articular disc between... Allows protrusion and…
Opening mouth- Lateral Pterygoid; aided by digastric and grav…
Boundaries of the oral cavity
Lips anteriorly... Cheeks laterally... Palatoglossal arches lateral…
Inner Markings of the mandible
Posterior- mandibular foramen for inferior dental nerve.... Inf…
20 terms
Oral anatomy
Lips and cheeks
Rood of mouth
Muscles of velum
Muscles of uvula
Numerous muscles of facial expression... Labial seal... Buccal seal…
1. Maxilla (hard palate)... 2. Velum (soft palate)... 3. Uvula
1. Tensor Veli Palitini: tenses velum prior to elevation (CN…
musculus uvulae: shortens uvula, elevates velum (CN X, XI)
Lips and cheeks
Numerous muscles of facial expression... Labial seal... Buccal seal…
Rood of mouth
1. Maxilla (hard palate)... 2. Velum (soft palate)... 3. Uvula
67 terms
Oral Anatomy
Nasolabial groove
Labiomental groove
Oral cavity
Oral vestibule
diagonal fold from each side of nostril to corner of lips *la…
horizontal groove inferior to lower lip, emphasizes chin *rig…
bounded by lips, laterally by cheeks, superiorly by palate, i…
space between teeth and lips and cheeks
Nasolabial groove
diagonal fold from each side of nostril to corner of lips *la…
Labiomental groove
horizontal groove inferior to lower lip, emphasizes chin *rig…
68 terms
Oral Anatomy- Oral Mucosa
Oral Mucosa
Layers of Oral Mucosa
Oral epithelium layer
Lamina propria layer
Continuously lines the oral cavity
Oral epithelium, lamina propria, basement membrane
Outer layer
Inner layer
Oral Mucosa
Continuously lines the oral cavity
Layers of Oral Mucosa
Oral epithelium, lamina propria, basement membrane
79 terms
Oral Anatomy
What are the extraoral landmarks looki…
What are extraoral landmarks looking a…
Typically the facial profile is ______…
The angle between the columella and ph…
1. intrapupillary line, 2. philtrum, 3. labial tubercle, 4. c…
1.ala, 2. ala-tragus line, 3. columella, 4. modiolus, 5. trag…
convex, straighter or concave
greater
What are the extraoral landmarks looki…
1. intrapupillary line, 2. philtrum, 3. labial tubercle, 4. c…
What are extraoral landmarks looking a…
1.ala, 2. ala-tragus line, 3. columella, 4. modiolus, 5. trag…
55 terms
Oral Anatomy
Medical Terminology
Hippokrates
Galen
Old name for Primary dentition
To identify structures and convey:... diagnoses... instruments... proc…
Father of MEDICINE AND medical terminology
Created application of medical terminology
deciduous
Medical Terminology
To identify structures and convey:... diagnoses... instruments... proc…
Hippokrates
Father of MEDICINE AND medical terminology
74 terms
Oral Anatomy: Oral Structures
Accessory Frenum
Ankyloglossia
Anterior Tonsilar Pillars
Alveolar Mucosa
Attachment of tissue onto the alveolar mucosa. Located throug…
A condition in which the lingual frenum is short and attached…
They are the vertical folds of tissue that lie in front of an…
This is the loose connective tissue between the mucobuccal fo…
Accessory Frenum
Attachment of tissue onto the alveolar mucosa. Located throug…
Ankyloglossia
A condition in which the lingual frenum is short and attached…
Oral Anatomy
Oral Anatomy
Oral Cavity
Oral cavity
3 Types of Oral Mucosa
study of teeth and its form, parts, arrangement, relationship…
the space bounded anteriorly by teeth, posteriorly by throat,…
Functions for Mastication, Passage of air, Speech
Masticatory Mucosa... Specialized Mucosa... Lining Mucosa - covers…
Oral Anatomy
study of teeth and its form, parts, arrangement, relationship…
Oral Cavity
the space bounded anteriorly by teeth, posteriorly by throat,…
27 terms
Oral Anatomy
Classes of teeth based on function
Class of teeth present in permanent de…
Primary teeth
Palmer System
Incisor-- cutting food... K9-- piercing food ... Premolars... Molars
Premolars-- they take the place of the primary molars
A-T ... 20 teeth... Molars: A, J, K, T... Central inscisors: E, F, O, P
1-8 or A-E in each quadrant starting with central incisor... Uti…
Classes of teeth based on function
Incisor-- cutting food... K9-- piercing food ... Premolars... Molars
Class of teeth present in permanent de…
Premolars-- they take the place of the primary molars
22 terms
Oral anatomy
Boundaries of the oral cavity
Inner Markings of the mandible
Temporomandibubular joint
Primary Muscles of chewing
Lips anteriorly... Cheeks laterally... Palatoglossal arches lateral…
Posterior- mandibular foramen for inferior dental nerve.... Inf…
2 cavities with articular disc between... Allows protrusion and…
Opening mouth- Lateral Pterygoid; aided by digastric and grav…
Boundaries of the oral cavity
Lips anteriorly... Cheeks laterally... Palatoglossal arches lateral…
Inner Markings of the mandible
Posterior- mandibular foramen for inferior dental nerve.... Inf…
221 terms
Oral Anatomy
1. frontal... 2. parietal... 3. occipital... 4.…
frontal
sphenoid
ethmoid
what are the 6 bones of the neocraniums
which bone makes up the roof of the orbit
which bone makes up the posterior wall of the orbit
which bone makes up the medial wall of the orbit
1. frontal... 2. parietal... 3. occipital... 4.…
what are the 6 bones of the neocraniums
frontal
which bone makes up the roof of the orbit
51 terms
Oral Anatomy Oral Cavity
oral anatomy
oral anatomy
oral cavity
oral cavity
Study of teeth
Forms, parts, arrangements, relationships and immediate assoc…
Inside the mouth
SPACE bounded by lips, cheeks, throat, palate, floor
oral anatomy
Study of teeth
oral anatomy
Forms, parts, arrangements, relationships and immediate assoc…
30 terms
Oral anatomy
Chamber
Canal
Horns
Anatomical Crown
Within the crown of the tooth
Within the root of the tooth
Chamber extensions toward crown of tooth
The portion of the tooth covered with enamel
Chamber
Within the crown of the tooth
Canal
Within the root of the tooth
52 terms
Oral Anatomy
What are the two dental arches?
What are the 4 quadrants
Incisors
Canine
Mandibular-one bone... Maxillary-fusion of two bones
Both in primary and permanent ... 2 per quadrant, used for cutting
Both in primary and permanent... 1 per quadrant, used for holdin…
What are the two dental arches?
Mandibular-one bone... Maxillary-fusion of two bones
What are the 4 quadrants
69 terms
Oral Anatomy Normal Oral Structures
Parotid gland
Parotid duct
Submandibular gland
Sublingual gland
B
Parotid gland
Parotid duct
74 terms
Oral Anatomy: Oral Structures
Accessory Frenum
Ankyloglossia
Anterior Tonsilar Pillars
Alveolar Mucosa
Attachment of tissue onto the alveolar mucosa. Located throug…
A condition in which the lingual frenum is short and attached…
They are the vertical folds of tissue that lie in front of an…
This is the loose connective tissue between the mucobuccal fo…
Accessory Frenum
Attachment of tissue onto the alveolar mucosa. Located throug…
Ankyloglossia
A condition in which the lingual frenum is short and attached…
28 terms
Oral anatomy
oral cavity components
lips
vermillion border
mucocutaneous junction
9 items: lips, teeth, tongue, mouth roof & floor, cheeks, ves…
upper and lower fleshy margins of the mouth
transition zone between mucous membrane and skin
boundary between vermilion border & skin
oral cavity components
9 items: lips, teeth, tongue, mouth roof & floor, cheeks, ves…
lips
upper and lower fleshy margins of the mouth
Oral Anatomy
tongue... filiform papillae... lamina propri…
serous glands... lamina propria ... taste bu…
lamina propria... fungiform papilla
circumvallate papilla... mucous acini... tas…
what is this? ... what is the light pink fuzzy layer?... what is th…
what are the bubbly things at the bottom of the image?... what a…
lighter inferior pink?... darker superior pink?
dark pink outer border?... darker pink masses within the structu…
tongue... filiform papillae... lamina propri…
what is this? ... what is the light pink fuzzy layer?... what is th…
serous glands... lamina propria ... taste bu…
what are the bubbly things at the bottom of the image?... what a…
27 terms
Oral Anatomy
Maxillary Arch
Residual Ridge
Maxillary Tuberosity
Hamular Notch
Teeth, alveolar processes, gingiva
Remnant of alveolar process, gingiva after teeth have been re…
Distal of maxillary ridge, only visible on edentulous cast af…
Notch behind max tuberosity, displaceable area about 2mm wide.
Maxillary Arch
Teeth, alveolar processes, gingiva
Residual Ridge
Remnant of alveolar process, gingiva after teeth have been re…
33 terms
Oral Anatomy
Anatomic Crown
Anatomic Root
Clinical Crown
Clinical Root
covered with enamel (can see)
covered with cementum (can't see)
part of tooth that is visible in the mouth (if partially erup…
part of the tooth that is NOT visible in the month ( in young…
Anatomic Crown
covered with enamel (can see)
Anatomic Root
covered with cementum (can't see)
54 terms
Oral Anatomy
The maxilla consists of how many bones…
The pharynx, a muscular tube that has…
All teeth are attached to the bony sur…
The soft, most inner layer in the toot…
2
3
Alveolar process
Pulp
The maxilla consists of how many bones…
2
The pharynx, a muscular tube that has…
3
36 terms
Anatomy Oral
what is a long bone?
What are some examples of Long bones?
What is a short bone?
What are some examples of short bones?
∙Having a body longer than it is wide... ∙With epiphysis at eit…
∙Femur... ∙Humerus ... ∙Tibia... ∙Phalanges
∙As wide as they are long and have a primary function of prov…
∙Carpals ... ∙Tasals
what is a long bone?
∙Having a body longer than it is wide... ∙With epiphysis at eit…
What are some examples of Long bones?
∙Femur... ∙Humerus ... ∙Tibia... ∙Phalanges
53 terms
Oral Anatomy
tubercle
philtrum
nasolabial groove
alae of the nose
the small rounded nodule of tissue in the center of the lowes…
the depression running from the tubercle to the nostrils
the groove running diagonally downward on each side of the no…
"wings" of cartilage that begin lateral to each nostril and e…
tubercle
the small rounded nodule of tissue in the center of the lowes…
philtrum
the depression running from the tubercle to the nostrils
Oral Anatomy
Naming Dentition
Deciduous Teeth
Naming Arches
Naming Quadrants
primary, permanent
primary teeth; teeth that shed
maxillary, mandibular
right, left
Naming Dentition
primary, permanent
Deciduous Teeth
primary teeth; teeth that shed
84 terms
Oral Anatomy
Which teeth have distolingual twist? (…
Which teeth have distal cingulum? (Sam…
Which teeth have a greater CEJ curvatu…
Which teeth have a centered cingulum?
Maxillary centrals, mandibular laterals, mandibular canines
Maxillary central, mandibular laterals, mandibular canines
All anterior
Mandibular centrals, maxillary laterals, maxillary canines
Which teeth have distolingual twist? (…
Maxillary centrals, mandibular laterals, mandibular canines
Which teeth have distal cingulum? (Sam…
Maxillary central, mandibular laterals, mandibular canines
30 terms
Oral anatomy
Free gingival ligament
Free gingiva groove
Attached gingiva
Attached gingiva
Holds gingiva firmly to the tooth
Separates the free gingiva from attached gingiva
Part of gingiva attached to bone
Posses pinpoint depressions called "stippling"
Free gingival ligament
Holds gingiva firmly to the tooth
Free gingiva groove
Separates the free gingiva from attached gingiva
oral anatomy ch 14
terms to describe convexies or bumps
crest
eminence
process
crest... eminence... process... protuberabce... ridge... tubercle
projecting ridge along a bone
prominence or elevation in bone
projection or outgrowth from a bone
terms to describe convexies or bumps
crest... eminence... process... protuberabce... ridge... tubercle
crest
projecting ridge along a bone
156 terms
Oral Anatomy FINAL
Curve of Spee
Mandibular 1st premolar
Curve of Wilson
Anterior incisors
anterior to posterior curvature produced by planes on the mas…
Which tooth is characterized with a transverse ridge?
concave curvature produced when frontal section is taken thro…
Which teeth have a characteristic feature of the mesioincisal…
Curve of Spee
anterior to posterior curvature produced by planes on the mas…
Mandibular 1st premolar
Which tooth is characterized with a transverse ridge?
45 terms
Oral Anatomy Chapter 1
Set trait
Arch trait
Class trait
Type trait
Refers to dentition (permanent vs. primary)
Refers to maxillary vs. mandibular
Refers to incisors vs canines vs. premolars vs. molars
Refers to differences between incisors, centrals vs laterals,…
Set trait
Refers to dentition (permanent vs. primary)
Arch trait
Refers to maxillary vs. mandibular
28 terms
Oral Anatomy test 4
Dental caries
arrested caries
primary caries
incipient caries
disease of the mineralized structures of the teeth characteri…
caries lesion that has become stationary and does not show a…
occurs on a surface not previously affected; also called init…
early lesion, not visible by clinical observation, white area…
Dental caries
disease of the mineralized structures of the teeth characteri…
arrested caries
caries lesion that has become stationary and does not show a…
128 terms
Oral Anatomy Lecture 1
1
2
3
4
1
2
35 terms
oral anatomy for lab test (anteriors)
red- middle 1/3 of crown... blue- incisal…
red- mesiolinguoincisal point angle... b…
red- cervical 1/3 of root... blue- facial…
red- lingual fossa... blue- apical foramen
red- middle 1/3 of crown... blue- incisal…
red- mesiolinguoincisal point angle... b…
28 terms
Oral Anatomy: Exam 4
Dental caries
arrested caries
primary caries
incipient caries
disease of the mineralized structures of the teeth characteri…
caries lesion that has become stationary and does not show a…
occurs on a surface not previously affected; also called init…
early lesion, not visible by clinical observation, white area…
Dental caries
disease of the mineralized structures of the teeth characteri…
arrested caries
caries lesion that has become stationary and does not show a…
87 terms
Oral Anatomy - Midterm 1
enamel
dentin
cementum
pulp
white, hard substance, covering and protecting the dentin of…
chief substance of teeth surrounding the pulp... covered by ena…
bone-like connective tissue that covers the anatomical root
richly vascularized connective tissue inside pulp cavity
enamel
white, hard substance, covering and protecting the dentin of…
dentin
chief substance of teeth surrounding the pulp... covered by ena…
10 terms
anatomy oral
filiform papillae (description)
fungiform papillae (description)
circumvallate papillae
foliate papillae
slender, conical projections of the epithelium, with their ti…
relatively narrow base and hemispherical upper portion;... • wid…
• confined to the posterior portion of the tongue;... • surround…
• rudimentary in humans;... • located on sides of the tongue;... •…
filiform papillae (description)
slender, conical projections of the epithelium, with their ti…
fungiform papillae (description)
relatively narrow base and hemispherical upper portion;... • wid…
6 terms
Oral Anatomy
ICER of Mx 1st Molar
ICER of Mx 2nd Molar
ICER of Mx 3rd Molar
ICER of Mn 1st Molar
Initiation: at birth... Crown completion: 3-4... Eruption: 6 years…
Initiation: 2.5 years... Crown completion: 7-8 years... Eruption: 1…
Initiation: 7-9... Crown completion: 12-16... Eruption: 17-21 years…
Initiation: at birth... Crown completion: 2.5-3.5... Eruption: 6-7…
ICER of Mx 1st Molar
Initiation: at birth... Crown completion: 3-4... Eruption: 6 years…
ICER of Mx 2nd Molar
Initiation: 2.5 years... Crown completion: 7-8 years... Eruption: 1…
57 terms
Oral Anatomy
Dentition
Maxillary
Mandibular
Anterior
Pertaining to teeth
Teeth on upper jaw
Teeth on lower jaw
To the front
Dentition
Pertaining to teeth
Maxillary
Teeth on upper jaw
15 terms
Oral anatomy
Palatine rugae
Interdental papilla
Forehead
Vestibule
Folds of tissue on the hard palate behind the maxillary anter…
Another term for interdental gingiva
What region of the face extends from eyebrow to hairline
Besides oral cavity proper name the other region of the oral…
Palatine rugae
Folds of tissue on the hard palate behind the maxillary anter…
Interdental papilla
Another term for interdental gingiva
86 terms
Oral Anatomy
Dental
Anatomy
physiology
occlusion
tooth or teeth
classification and description of structures and organs of th…
study of processes and function of the human body
any contact between upper and lower teeth
Dental
tooth or teeth
Anatomy
classification and description of structures and organs of th…
13 terms
Oral anatomy
Gingiva
Saliva
Saliva functions
Salivary glands
(Gums) mucous membrane cobering the alveolar proccessing
Oral digestive fluid (2-3 pomts produced in 24hrs
Lubricate, cleanse, digestion of food, and formation of plaque
Parotid, submandibular, subligual
Gingiva
(Gums) mucous membrane cobering the alveolar proccessing
Saliva
Oral digestive fluid (2-3 pomts produced in 24hrs
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