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Restorative Art W1
Restorative Art Definition
Three obligations
Physiognomy
Asymmetry
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
1. The psychological affect on families and friends... 2. Profes…
Study of the face and features, dealing only with the surface…
Not symmetrical - both sides are different.
Restorative Art Definition
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
Three obligations
1. The psychological affect on families and friends... 2. Profes…
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Restorative Arts - Chapter 1
Restoration art
First group of people to practice rest…
Egyptians - Eye
Egyptians - Missing Limbs
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Egyptians
onions placed in sockets to give form to the eye
missing limbs were reproduced with moss and straw and wrapped…
Restoration art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
First group of people to practice rest…
Egyptians
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Restorative Art Quiz #1
Male Skull
Female Skull
Gender differences begin to appear
Dental Prognathism
Sharp Nose Angle... Rough concave cheekbone... squarer chin... large s…
Smooth, curved nasal angle... smooth, flat cheekbone... pointed man…
after puberty
Projection of the jaws beyond the upper part of the face... "Buc…
Male Skull
Sharp Nose Angle... Rough concave cheekbone... squarer chin... large s…
Female Skull
Smooth, curved nasal angle... smooth, flat cheekbone... pointed man…
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Restorative Art 1.1
1 . Give 3 examples of Minor Restorati…
2. Give 3 examples of major restorativ…
3. Differentiate between medial and la…
4. Give 3 examples of Pre-embalming re…
-Feature alignment... -Simple sutures to close incisions and min…
-Feature reconstruction... -Attachment of dismembered parts ... -De…
Medial- towards the midline... Lateral- Towards the side- away f…
-Feature alignment... -Temporary sutures ... -Suturing of clean cut…
1 . Give 3 examples of Minor Restorati…
-Feature alignment... -Simple sutures to close incisions and min…
2. Give 3 examples of major restorativ…
-Feature reconstruction... -Attachment of dismembered parts ... -De…
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Restorative Arts Ch. 1
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.
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Restorative Art Q1
Abut
Alveolar Process
Alveolar Prognathism
Anatomical Position
bluntly adjoin another structure.
the ridge projecting from the inferior surface of the maxilla…
sockets of the teeth protrude.
the position of the body standing erect, arms to the side of…
Abut
bluntly adjoin another structure.
Alveolar Process
the ridge projecting from the inferior surface of the maxilla…
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Restorative Art 1.2
1. Describe where the Frontal eminence…
2. The bony structure which projects a…
3. The two bones which lie directly in…
4. The bony landmarks of the frontal b…
The intersection of the vertical and horizontal divisions of…
Zygomatic Arch
Nasal Bones
Superciliary Arches
1. Describe where the Frontal eminence…
The intersection of the vertical and horizontal divisions of…
2. The bony structure which projects a…
Zygomatic Arch
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Restorative Art 1.3
1. The muscle which forms the exterior…
2. The lateral head of the Quadratus L…
3. The broad sphincter muscle that sur…
4. The muscle of the mouth which is lo…
Masseter
Zygomaticus Minor
Orbicularis Oculi
Levator Anguli Oris
1. The muscle which forms the exterior…
Masseter
2. The lateral head of the Quadratus L…
Zygomaticus Minor
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Restorative Arts Week 1
Asymmetry
Physiognomy
Major Restorations
Minor Restoration
Differences of paired features, the two sides of a feature of…
The study of the face and features
1. Require long period of time to complete... 2. Extensive... 3. Re…
requires minimal effort, skill or time to complete
Asymmetry
Differences of paired features, the two sides of a feature of…
Physiognomy
The study of the face and features
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Restorative Art 1.6
1. The value of a professional portrai…
2. What are some disadvantages of usin…
3. What are the advantages of using sn…
4. This snapshot view is valuable beca…
The size
Pictures may have alterations or lighting filters (instagram)…
They can reveal several different views... They are extremely be…
3/4 view
1. The value of a professional portrai…
The size
2. What are some disadvantages of usin…
Pictures may have alterations or lighting filters (instagram)…
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Restorative arts part 1
How many Occipial bones?
How many parietal bones?
How many Temporal bones?
How many frontal bones?
1
2
2
1
How many Occipial bones?
1
How many parietal bones?
2
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Restorative arts lesson 1
Cranium bones are
Female head shapes
White head shaped
Black head shapes
Thin and flat or convex. These bones are held together by sut…
Jaws and teeth are smaller, facial bones are smoother and rou…
Have high Cranial Vertex dome like skull, nose long and nar…
Long narrow head with Low Cranial Vertex. They have flat br…
Cranium bones are
Thin and flat or convex. These bones are held together by sut…
Female head shapes
Jaws and teeth are smaller, facial bones are smoother and rou…
RESTORATIVE ART COMPEND 1
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
Protrusion of the jaws
The most common frontal view head shape
Restorative Art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
Physiognomy
The study of the face and its features
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Restorative Arts Module 1
The male skull has a greater cranial c…
The glabella is an pronounced eminence…
Which of these is not a landmark of th…
The widest part of the head is found b…
True
True
Squama
Parietal
The male skull has a greater cranial c…
True
The glabella is an pronounced eminence…
True
Restorative Art Compend #1
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
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Restorative Arts: Facial Proportions
Convex Profile (Basic Linear Form)
Concave Profile ( Basic Linear From)
Vertical/Balanced Profile (Basic Linea…
The forehead recedes posteriorly from the eyebrows, while the…
The forehead protrudes beyond the eyebrows, and the chin prot…
The chin, forehead, and upper lip all project to an imaginary…
Convex Profile (Basic Linear Form)
The forehead recedes posteriorly from the eyebrows, while the…
Concave Profile ( Basic Linear From)
The forehead protrudes beyond the eyebrows, and the chin prot…
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Restorative arts 1.4
1. Those facial markings which may dev…
2. What are the two forms of dimples
3. List the natural facial markings
4. The furrow which may develop along…
Acquired Facial Markings
Rounded or vertical in form
Philtrum ~Nasolabial Fold ~Nasal Sulcus ~Oblique Palpebral Su…
Nasolabial Sulcus
1. Those facial markings which may dev…
Acquired Facial Markings
2. What are the two forms of dimples
Rounded or vertical in form
Advanced Restorative Art 1
The act of sewing.
Under the skin.
Basket weave Suture is commonly used to
A number of hairs grouped for use as a…
suture
subcutaneous
anchor wax
hair patch
The act of sewing.
suture
Under the skin.
subcutaneous
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Restorative Art Exam 1
Rule # 1 of absorption & reflection
Rule # 2 of absorption & reflection
Rule # 3 of absorption & reflection
Rule # 4 of absorption & reflection
The color of an object is identified by the wave lengths of l…
All objects absorb some light and reflect some light.
White is a combination of all spectral colors when white ligh…
Black is the absence of all spectral colors when white light…
Rule # 1 of absorption & reflection
The color of an object is identified by the wave lengths of l…
Rule # 2 of absorption & reflection
All objects absorb some light and reflect some light.
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restorative arts - unit 1
restorative art
purpose of restorative art
incentives for proficiency
physiognomy
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
to help families cope with death to create a pleasant memory…
psychological affect on families and friends... professional obl…
study of the face and features, dealing only with the surface…
restorative art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
purpose of restorative art
to help families cope with death to create a pleasant memory…
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Restorative art test 1
Restorative art
What five things did Egyptians do to r…
Pre 19th century Europeans used what t…
What 5 things did 19th century embalme…
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
1. Sutured incisions... 2. Replaced missing body parts... 3. Filled…
Death masks
1. Plastic surgery... 2. Plaster of paris... 3. Sculptors clay... 4. W…
Restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
What five things did Egyptians do to r…
1. Sutured incisions... 2. Replaced missing body parts... 3. Filled…
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Restorative Art 1.5
1. According to the Canon of Beauty, w…
2. According to the Canon of Beauty, w…
3. The measurements which are equal to…
4. The distance from the manubrium of…
Normal Hairline to the Eyebrows
Base of the nose ... Base of the chin... Line of mouth closure... Supe…
Distance from normal hairline to the eyebrows... Distance from t…
From the articulation of the pubic symphysis to the manubrium…
1. According to the Canon of Beauty, w…
Normal Hairline to the Eyebrows
2. According to the Canon of Beauty, w…
Base of the nose ... Base of the chin... Line of mouth closure... Supe…
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Restorative Art 1.4
1. Those facial markings which may dev…
2. What are the two forms of dimples?
3. List the natural facial markings.
4. The furrow which may develop along…
Acquired Facial Markings
-Rounded ... -Vertical
-Philtrum... -Nasolabial Fold ... -Nasal Sulcus ... -Oblique Palpebral…
Nasolabial Sulcus
1. Those facial markings which may dev…
Acquired Facial Markings
2. What are the two forms of dimples?
-Rounded ... -Vertical
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Restorative Art Chapter 1
Restorative Art
Form
color
Mechanical Injuries
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
shape of a surface structure
rays of light reflected from the surface of the face
Laceration--> tear of tissue... Incision--> cut of tissue... Punctu…
Restorative Art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Form
shape of a surface structure
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Restorative Art Quiz 1
pre-embalming
during embamling
post embalming
post embalming
alignment of features
limiting distension
masking discoloration
removal of scabs
pre-embalming
alignment of features
during embamling
limiting distension
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RESTORATIVE ART COMPEND 1
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
Protrusion of the jaws
The most common frontal view head shape
Restorative Art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
Physiognomy
The study of the face and its features
Restorative art 1
Effigy
Joseph crandall
Embalming
Modern day restorative art
Created with wax to resemble the deceased
Founder of restorative our develop special waxes and cosmetic…
Foundation for restorative art
The care of the deceased to re-create natural form and color
Effigy
Created with wax to resemble the deceased
Joseph crandall
Founder of restorative our develop special waxes and cosmetic…
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Restorative Art Glossary 1
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
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Restorative Arts - Exam 1 Review [Types of Restorations]
Minor
Minor
Minor
Minor
Classified as restorations requiring minimal effort, time, or…
Correcting a misaligned fracture
Hypodermic tissue building
Reduction of [minor] swelling
Minor
Classified as restorations requiring minimal effort, time, or…
Minor
Correcting a misaligned fracture
Restorative Art Quiz #1
Restorative art
Joel E. Crandall
Dermi-Surgery
Early 20th century
The care of the deceased to recreate a natural form and color
(1878-1942) invented the modern art & science of RA
The art of building or recreating part of the body which have…
Embalming chemicals were invented with Formaldehyde
Restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate a natural form and color
Joel E. Crandall
(1878-1942) invented the modern art & science of RA
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Restorative Art 1
Restorative Art
Form
The three dimensions are
color
care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
the shape and structure which is recognizable by it's outline…
length, width, and projection
light reflected from the surface
Restorative Art
care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Form
the shape and structure which is recognizable by it's outline…
(Restorative Art) Chapter 1
Physiognomy
Morphology
craniofacial morphology
Male VS. Female Craniofacial Morphology
the study of the structures and surface markings of the face…
means shape, the study of
study of different shapes of the face, cranium and facial fea…
Generalizations only, always exceptions to the rules... -female…
Physiognomy
the study of the structures and surface markings of the face…
Morphology
means shape, the study of
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Restorative Art- 1
1. What are some techniques that can b…
2. List 2 qualities that are sought in…
3. What are some techniques that can b…
4. List the 3 types of wax, as separat…
-Warm in hands ... -Mix with massage cream or white petroleum je…
-Should not be effected by embalming chemicals ... -Should retai…
-Cool the wax... -Add drying or pigment powder or starch
-Ivory- white... -Straw wax- yellowish... -Pigment wax- colorless
1. What are some techniques that can b…
-Warm in hands ... -Mix with massage cream or white petroleum je…
2. List 2 qualities that are sought in…
-Should not be effected by embalming chemicals ... -Should retai…
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Restorative Art Test 1
Furrow/Sulcus/Wrinkle
Gauze
Extraction
Eye socket
a crevice in the skin accompanied by adjacent elevations
a light, open mesh variety of muslin
drawn or pulled out
(orbit) the bony region containing the eyeball; the orbital c…
Furrow/Sulcus/Wrinkle
a crevice in the skin accompanied by adjacent elevations
Gauze
a light, open mesh variety of muslin
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Restorative Art | Chapter 1
Anatomical position
Superior
Anterior (ventral)
Posterior (dorsal)
the body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper…
towards the head; the eyes are superior to the mouth
towards the front. The frontal bone is anterior (ventral) to…
towards the rear or caudal end The occipital bone is posterio…
Anatomical position
the body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper…
Superior
towards the head; the eyes are superior to the mouth
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Restorative Art Test 1
Restorative Art
Objectives of Restorative Art
What were some early day materials use…
Minor Restoration
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
-Presentation of a loved one for viewing in a natural, unmark…
-Egyptians: colored stones and onions to replace eyes; moss a…
classified as those requiring the minimal effort, skill, or t…
Restorative Art
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Objectives of Restorative Art
-Presentation of a loved one for viewing in a natural, unmark…
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Restorative Art exam 1
1912
Joseph Crandall
frontal bone
parietals
demi-surgery or post morte surgery begins in this year in U.S
founder of modern practices
large major bone that makes up whole front of cranium
the side wings
1912
demi-surgery or post morte surgery begins in this year in U.S
Joseph Crandall
founder of modern practices
Restorative Art Lecture Exam 1
Restorative Art
Form
Color
Color is determined by:
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Refers to the shape or a surface (or head) which is recognize…
1. Refers to those rays of light reflected from the surface.…
Spectral Composition
Restorative Art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Form
Refers to the shape or a surface (or head) which is recognize…
Restorative Art Exam 1-Lab
Anatomical Position
Superior
Inferior
Anterior (Ventral)
The body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper…
Towards the head; the eyes are superior to the mouth.
Towards the feet, lower in position; the chest in inferior to…
Towards the front. The frontal bone is anterior (ventral) to…
Anatomical Position
The body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper…
Superior
Towards the head; the eyes are superior to the mouth.
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Restorative Art Exam 1
Minor Restoration
Major Restoration
Joseph Crandall
Physiognomy
takes minimum effort, skill and time, i.e. a shaving knick
extensive work, advanced skill, sometimes written permission,…
founder of restorative art
study of structures and surface marking of the face and featu…
Minor Restoration
takes minimum effort, skill and time, i.e. a shaving knick
Major Restoration
extensive work, advanced skill, sometimes written permission,…
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Restorative Art - Test 1
Anatomical position
superior
inferior
anterior (ventral)
the body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper…
towards the head
towards the feet
towards the front
Anatomical position
the body is erect, feet together, palms facing forward, upper…
superior
towards the head
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Restorative Art Exam 1
Post-Embalming Treatment
Pre-Embalming Treatment
Post-Embalming Treatment
Pre-Embalming Treatment
Deep-would preparation and filling
Corrective posturing of the eyes, mouth or cheeks
Reduction of distentions
Corrective alignment of the nose or lower jaw
Post-Embalming Treatment
Deep-would preparation and filling
Pre-Embalming Treatment
Corrective posturing of the eyes, mouth or cheeks
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Restorative art test 1
What is Restorative art?
What requires short time and little sk…
What requires more skill and takes lon…
Why should we obtain written permissio…
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Minor restoration
Major restoration
Lawsuits
What is Restorative art?
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
What requires short time and little sk…
Minor restoration
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Restorative Art Exam 1
Minor Restoration
Major Restoration
Joseph Crandall
Physiognomy
takes minimum effort, skill and time, i.e. a shaving knick
extensive work, advanced skill, sometimes written permission,…
founder of restorative art
study of structures and surface marking of the face and featu…
Minor Restoration
takes minimum effort, skill and time, i.e. a shaving knick
Major Restoration
extensive work, advanced skill, sometimes written permission,…
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Restorative Art Test 1
Types of restoration
Minor Restoration
Major Restoration
Incentives for achieving proficiency
Major restoration... Minor restoration
requires minimum effort, skill or time ... examples... - mis-angled…
long period of time, extensive technical skill ... examples... - fu…
psychological effect on family and friends... professional respo…
Types of restoration
Major restoration... Minor restoration
Minor Restoration
requires minimum effort, skill or time ... examples... - mis-angled…
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Restorative Art Exam 1
Restorative Art
Form
Color
Skin color
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.
Determined by its spectral composition.
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 Exam 1
Parietal Bones (2)
Parietal Eminences... (parietal bones)
Temporal Bones (2)
Squama... (temporal bones)
creates greater part of the cranium... superior portion of the s…
smooth and convex in curvature... marked near it's center... locate…
create lower portion of the sides and base of the cranium. ... l…
vertical portion of the temporal bone... scale like, thin and tr…
Parietal Bones (2)
creates greater part of the cranium... superior portion of the s…
Parietal Eminences... (parietal bones)
smooth and convex in curvature... marked near it's center... locate…
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Restorative Art Jeopardy Review 1
A skull is generally what shape?
Absorption of the alveolar process is…
What is the most inferior and posterio…
What is the thin portion of the tempor…
Oval
Elderly
Occipital
Squama
A skull is generally what shape?
Oval
Absorption of the alveolar process is…
Elderly
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Restorative Art test 1
Restorative Art
Minor Restoration
Major Restoration
Incentives for Achieving Proficiency
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
short time, little skill
longer time, more skill needed
It is good for the psychological effect on the immediate fami…
Restorative Art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
Minor Restoration
short time, little skill
Restorative Art Exam 1 review
1-2
1920s
glabella
zygomatic process
Restoration of a limited portion of ________ features is well…
Restorative waxes and cosmetics were made available in the mi…
The ______ is the small, smooth elevation which lies between…
The _______ is a small, elongated, roughly TRIANGULAR structu…
1-2
Restoration of a limited portion of ________ features is well…
1920s
Restorative waxes and cosmetics were made available in the mi…
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