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restorative art
restorative art
LABORATORY PROCEDURES
Minor Restoration
Examples of Minor restoration
Care of the deceased to recreate natural form & color
Dr. Carest: Analyze the situation Excise & clear damage area…
Requires minimum effort, skill or time
Mis-aligned fracture, hypodermic tissue building, reduction o…
restorative art
Care of the deceased to recreate natural form & color
LABORATORY PROCEDURES
Dr. Carest: Analyze the situation Excise & clear damage area…
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Restorative Art
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
Antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
A localized accumulation of pus
The process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example line of eye…
Abrasion
Antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
A localized accumulation of pus
Restorative Art
Restorative Art
Physiognomy
How embalming began in America
First systematic Restorative Artist
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
the anatomical study of the face and features, usually eyes,…
Civil War, transporting of officers back to their home for bu…
Joel E. Crandall
Restorative Art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
Physiognomy
the anatomical study of the face and features, usually eyes,…
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Restorative Art Muscles
Muscles of the Cranium
Occiptofrontalis
Auricular
Temporalis
1. Occipitofrontalis... 2. Auricular... 3. Temporalis
AKA epicranius, it is a very large muscle covering the top an…
Three thin muscles in the region of the ear. Though close to…
Broad, radiating muscle shaped like a fan. Its origin is in t…
Muscles of the Cranium
1. Occipitofrontalis... 2. Auricular... 3. Temporalis
Occiptofrontalis
AKA epicranius, it is a very large muscle covering the top an…
Restorative Art
Beginning of RA
Definition of RA
minor restoration
major restoration
20th century in U.S., then called demi-surgeryy
"the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color"
those requiring minimum effort, skill or time to complete. bl…
procedures to repair or reconstruct, modeling body features a…
Beginning of RA
20th century in U.S., then called demi-surgeryy
Definition of RA
"the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color"
Restorative Art
Restorative Art
Form
Color
Demi-Surgery
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Refers to the shape of a surface structure (or head) which is…
Refers to those rays of light reflected from the surface
The art of building or creating parts of the body which had b…
Restorative Art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Form
Refers to the shape of a surface structure (or head) which is…
Restorative Art
Abrasions
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
This term refers to the scrapes which cause skin to be remove…
This term refers to the collection of pus in one area deep un…
This term refers to the soaking up of certain rays of light o…
This term refers to when one object is connected to another o…
Abrasions
This term refers to the scrapes which cause skin to be remove…
Abscess
This term refers to the collection of pus in one area deep un…
563 terms
Restorative Art
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
a localized accumulation of pus.
the process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
Abrasion
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
a localized accumulation of pus.
Restorative Art
Letporrhine ... High root... Thin tip
Horizontal closure... Inner canthus super…
Mesorrhine ... Low root... Concave... Flared wi…
Outer canthus superior to inner
European nose
European eye
Asian nose
Asian eye
Letporrhine ... High root... Thin tip
European nose
Horizontal closure... Inner canthus super…
European eye
565 terms
Restorative Art
Absorption
Abut
Acetone - dimethylketone
Achromatic color
The process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
To bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
a colorless liquid which is used to soften and remove scabs;…
A color not found in the visible spectrum; a neutral color su…
Absorption
The process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
Abut
To bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
173 terms
Restorative Art
Restorative Art
Form
Length
Width
-the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color;…
the external shape and appearance apart from color
vertical measurement of a facial feature
horizontal measurement of a facial feature
Restorative Art
-the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color;…
Form
the external shape and appearance apart from color
74 terms
Restorative art
Frontal Bone
Frontal Eminences (2)
Supraorbital margin (2)
Supercilliary arches (2)
Anterior 1/3 of the cranium. Articulates with parietal bones…
Rounded prominences on either side of the median line and a l…
The superior rim of the eye socket
The inferior part of the forehead just superior to the medial…
Frontal Bone
Anterior 1/3 of the cranium. Articulates with parietal bones…
Frontal Eminences (2)
Rounded prominences on either side of the median line and a l…
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restorative art
what are the objective of a restoration?
two types of restoration
minor restoration
major restoration
to restore the natural condition of the decease, comforting p…
minor and major
requiring the minimum effort, skill or time to complete
requires a long period of time, are extensive, require techni…
what are the objective of a restoration?
to restore the natural condition of the decease, comforting p…
two types of restoration
minor and major
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Restorative Art
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
Antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
A localized accumulation of pus
The process of taking in, as in colored objects which absorbs…
To bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line if…
Abrasion
Antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
A localized accumulation of pus
248 terms
Restorative Art
restorative art
physiognomy
prognathism
Oval
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
The study of the face and its features is called
Protrusion of the jaws is called
The most common frontal view head shape is
restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
physiognomy
The study of the face and its features is called
359 terms
Restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate n…
The study of the face and it's feature…
Protrusion of the jaws is called
The most common frontal view head shape
Restorative art
Physiognomy
Prognathism
Oval
The care of the deceased to recreate n…
Restorative art
The study of the face and it's feature…
Physiognomy
*Restorative Art
Abrasions
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
Antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin again…
A localized collection of pus.
Process of taking in; a colored object absorbs certain rays o…
Bluntly adjoin another structure.
Abrasions
Antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin again…
Abscess
A localized collection of pus.
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NBE RESTORATIVE ART GLOSSARY
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
Scraping or wearing away of the skin by friction; irritation
localized collection of pus
the process in which incident radiated energy is retained wit…
To bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
Abrasion
Scraping or wearing away of the skin by friction; irritation
Abscess
localized collection of pus
3rd Quarter Restorative Art
Firm Wax
Medium Wax
Soft Wax
Lip Wax
Wound filler; this wax is used to fill large cavities or mode…
Derma surgery; this medium-firm wax is used as a restorative…
Surface restorer; this soft, pliable wax is used to fill shal…
It is a soft wax that is usually tinted. This is used to corr…
Firm Wax
Wound filler; this wax is used to fill large cavities or mode…
Medium Wax
Derma surgery; this medium-firm wax is used as a restorative…
124 terms
Restorative Art
nasal cavity
mandibular fossa
parietal eminences
one half
The vomer is located in the
Directly anterior to the ear passage lies the
The widest part of the cranium lies between the
Where is the superior border of the chin found when measures…
nasal cavity
The vomer is located in the
mandibular fossa
Directly anterior to the ear passage lies the
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Restorative Art Quiz 1
Physical Anthropology
leptorrhine mesorrhine platyrrhine
eye socket
force
the study of humans as a biological species with interest in…
the three nasal indexes mentioned in class and on the PPT - m…
the bony region containing the eyeball; the orbital cavity
the quality of a color to draw attention by means of its inte…
Physical Anthropology
the study of humans as a biological species with interest in…
leptorrhine mesorrhine platyrrhine
the three nasal indexes mentioned in class and on the PPT - m…
Restorative Art, Ch 6,
Helix
Scapha
Antihelix
Crura
The outer rim of the ear has the general shape of a question…
The fossa btwn the inner and outer rims of the ear. Shallow e…
Inner rim of the ear. It starts at the superior border if the…
The superior and anterior bifurcating branches of the antihel…
Helix
The outer rim of the ear has the general shape of a question…
Scapha
The fossa btwn the inner and outer rims of the ear. Shallow e…
205 terms
Restorative Art
Name of the color
Lightness or darkness of a color
Brightness or dullness of a color
Color Theories
Hue
Value
Intensity a.k.a. Chroma
Spectral, Prang, Colored Illumination
Name of the color
Hue
Lightness or darkness of a color
Value
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Restorative Art
The care of the deceased to recreate n…
Shape of a surface structure (or head)
Length, width, projection
Rays of light reflected from the surface
Restorative art is defined as...
Form refers to
3 dimensions of form
"Colour"
The care of the deceased to recreate n…
Restorative art is defined as...
Shape of a surface structure (or head)
Form refers to
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RESTORATIVE ART
BONES OF CRANIUM
CRANIUM
FACE
HEAD
17
8 BONES
12 BONES
skull with fleshy parts added
BONES OF CRANIUM
17
CRANIUM
8 BONES
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Restorative Art - Facial Markings
Nasal Sulci
Philtrum
Nasolabial Folds
Anguli Oris Eminence
The angular area between the posterior margin of the wing of…
The Vertical groove located medially on the upper lip located…
The eminence or projection on the cheek adjacent to the corne…
The small convex prominence (eminence) lateral to the end of…
Nasal Sulci
The angular area between the posterior margin of the wing of…
Philtrum
The Vertical groove located medially on the upper lip located…
172 terms
Restorative Art
Squama is the vertical surface of the
A major restoration may include
An oblique plane
Restorative art began in the United St…
TEMPORAL BONE
Modeling of a facial feature
Is inclined
20th Century
Squama is the vertical surface of the
TEMPORAL BONE
A major restoration may include
Modeling of a facial feature
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Restorative Art Color Theory
Light colors
Dark colors
Clear tones
Mute tones
soft and quiet
Serious
energetic and youthful
Seriousness, Sophistication
Light colors
soft and quiet
Dark colors
Serious
173 terms
Restorative Art
Restorative Art
Form
Length
Width
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color;…
the external shape and appearance apart from color
vertical measurement of a facial feature
horizontal measurement of a facial feature
Restorative Art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color;…
Form
the external shape and appearance apart from color
77 terms
Restorative art
A localized collection of pus
Dimethyl ketone, a colorless liquid wh…
A color not found in the visible spect…
Those developed throughout your lifeti…
Abscess
Acetone
Achromatic color
Acquired facial markings
A localized collection of pus
Abscess
Dimethyl ketone, a colorless liquid wh…
Acetone
Restorative Art
restorative art
physiognomy
prognathism
Oval
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
The study of the face and its features is called
Protrusion of the jaws is called
The most common frontal view head shape is
restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
physiognomy
The study of the face and its features is called
514 terms
Restorative art
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
a localized accumulation of pus
the process of taking in, as in colored object which absorbs…
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the lien of…
Abrasion
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
a localized accumulation of pus
91 terms
Restorative art
Physiognomy
Asymmetry
Norm
Restorative art
Study of the face and features, dealing only with the surface…
Not symmetrical- both sides are different. The difference of…
The most common characteristics of each part of a feature or…
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Physiognomy
Study of the face and features, dealing only with the surface…
Asymmetry
Not symmetrical- both sides are different. The difference of…
477 terms
Restorative ART !!!!!!!
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
a localized accumulation of pus
the process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
Abrasion
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
a localized accumulation of pus
140 terms
Restorative Art
Restorative Art
Form
Length
Width
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color;…
the external shape and appearance apart from color
vertical measurement of a facial feature
horizontal measurement of a facial feature
Restorative Art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color;…
Form
the external shape and appearance apart from color
168 terms
RESTORATIVE ART
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
a localized accumulation of pus.
the process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
Abrasion
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
a localized accumulation of pus.
248 terms
Restorative Art
restorative art
physiognomy
prognathism
Oval
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
The study of the face and its features is called
Protrusion of the jaws is called
The most common frontal view head shape is
restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
physiognomy
The study of the face and its features is called
618 terms
Restorative Art
restorative art
physiognomy
prognathism
oval
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
study of the face and its features
protrusion of the jaws
most common frontal view head shape
restorative art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
physiognomy
study of the face and its features
Restorative Art
restorative art
physiognomy
prognathism
Oval
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
The study of the face and its features is called
Protrusion of the jaws is called
The most common frontal view head shape is
restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
physiognomy
The study of the face and its features is called
Restorative Art
restorative art
physiognomy
prognathism
Oval
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
The study of the face and its features is called
Protrusion of the jaws is called
The most common frontal view head shape is
restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
physiognomy
The study of the face and its features is called
Restorative Art
Abrasions
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
antemortem injuries resulting from frieciton of teh skin agai…
a localized collection of pus
process of taking in; a colored object absorbs certain rays o…
bluntly adjoing another structure
Abrasions
antemortem injuries resulting from frieciton of teh skin agai…
Abscess
a localized collection of pus
161 terms
Restorative Art
Abrasion
Absess
Absorption
Abut
Antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
A localized accumulation of pus
The process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
To bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
Abrasion
Antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Absess
A localized accumulation of pus
24 terms
Restorative Art
Abscess
Absorption
Acetone
Achromatic Color
Localized collection of pus.
process of taking in light
colorless liquid, used to soften and remove scabs.
Neutral color such a white, black, grey and silver. Not found…
Abscess
Localized collection of pus.
Absorption
process of taking in light
420 terms
Restorative Art
Abrasion
Abscess
Abut
Acetone
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
a localized accumulation of pus
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
dimethylketone; a colorless liquid which is used to soften an…
Abrasion
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
a localized accumulation of pus
Restorative Art
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
a localized accumulation of pus
the process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
Abrasion
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
Abscess
a localized accumulation of pus
Restorative Art
Anatomical Position
Superior
Inferior
Anterior (Ventral)
Errect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper limbs are…
Towards the head ; eyes are superior (Above) the mouth
Towards the feet, lower in position ; the chest is inferior t…
Towards the front
Anatomical Position
Errect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper limbs are…
Superior
Towards the head ; eyes are superior (Above) the mouth
245 terms
Restorative Art terms
abrasion
abscess
absorption
abut
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
a localized accumulation of pus
the process of taking in, as in a colored object which absorb…
to bluntly adjoin another structure; for example, the line of…
abrasion
antemortem and/or postmortem injuries resulting from friction…
abscess
a localized accumulation of pus
172 terms
Restorative Art
Squama is the vertical surface of the
A major restoration may include
An oblique plane
Restorative art began in the United St…
TEMPORAL BONE
Modeling of a facial feature
Is inclined
20th Century
Squama is the vertical surface of the
TEMPORAL BONE
A major restoration may include
Modeling of a facial feature
restorative art
restorative art
objective of restorative art
objective of restorative art
What were some early day materials use…
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
presentation of a loved one for viewing in a natural, unmarke…
Open viewing to leave the family with a good mental image and…
Egyptians: colored stones and onions to replace eyes; moss an…
restorative art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
objective of restorative art
presentation of a loved one for viewing in a natural, unmarke…
57 terms
Restorative Art
Face
Firmness
Fold
Force
Anatomically,, the region from the eyes to the base of the ch…
Degree of rigidity, stability; a condition of the tissues nec…
An elongated prominence adjoining a surface
The quality of a color to draw attention by means of its inte…
Face
Anatomically,, the region from the eyes to the base of the ch…
Firmness
Degree of rigidity, stability; a condition of the tissues nec…
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