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224 terms
Restorative Arts (Seminar: Mortuary Science)
Restorative Art
Physiognamy
Minor Restorations
Major Restorations
Care of the deceased to recreate natural and color
The study of the structures and surface markings of the face…
Those restorative techniques requiring a minimum effort, skil…
Restorative techniques that require a long period of time, ar…
Restorative Art
Care of the deceased to recreate natural and color
Physiognamy
The study of the structures and surface markings of the face…
571 terms
Mortuary Science Professional Review Restorative Art Terms In Progress
Abrasion -
Abscess -
Absorption -
Abut -
Antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin again…
A localized collection of pus.
Process of taking in; a color object absorbs certain rays of…
Bluntly adjoin another structure.
Abrasion -
Antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin again…
Abscess -
A localized collection of pus.
74 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Restorative Art Exam
Restorative art wax maybe?
Soft restorative art wax is sometimes…
Medium restorative art wax is sometime…
Hard restorative art wax is sometimes…
Soft, Medium, Hard
Surface Restorer
Derma-Surgery Wax
Wound Filler
Restorative art wax maybe?
Soft, Medium, Hard
Soft restorative art wax is sometimes…
Surface Restorer
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MCC Mortuary Science Restorative Art Exam
Soft, Medium, Hard
Surface Restorer
Derma-Surgery Wax
Wound Filler
Restorative art wax maybe?
Soft restorative art wax is sometimes referred to as?
Medium restorative art wax is sometimes referred to as
Hard restorative art wax is sometimes referred to
Soft, Medium, Hard
Restorative art wax maybe?
Surface Restorer
Soft restorative art wax is sometimes referred to as?
177 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Restorative Art Test 1
Restorative art defined:
Types of restorations:
Minor restoration defined:
Major restoration defined:
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
Minor and Major
Short time, little skill
Longer, more skill needed
Restorative art defined:
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
Types of restorations:
Minor and Major
20 terms
Mortuary Restorative Art- Face Features
Philtrum
Nasolabial Fold
Nasal Sulcus
Oblique Palpebral Sulcus
Natural
Natural
Natural
Natural
Philtrum
Natural
Nasolabial Fold
Natural
20 terms
Mortuary Restorative Art- Face Features
Philtrum
Nasolabial Fold
Nasal Sulcus
Oblique Palpebral Sulcus
Natural
Natural
Natural
Natural
Philtrum
Natural
Nasolabial Fold
Natural
91 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Restorative Art Pgs. 1-20
Restorative Art
Minor Restoration
Major Restoration
It is good for the psychological effec…
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
What type of Restoration takes a short time, and little skill?
What type of Restoration takes a long time, and lots of skill?
What are some incentives for achieving proficiency?
Restorative Art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color.
Minor Restoration
What type of Restoration takes a short time, and little skill?
56 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Restorative Art Pgs. 21-35
A photograph or painting in which the…
What are the values of the three quart…
What is the value of the profile view?
Looking at the photograph upside down…
Professional Portraits
Suggest form of the profile and Reveal the degree of fullness…
Better able to view the ear and the length of the nose
Inversion
A photograph or painting in which the…
Professional Portraits
What are the values of the three quart…
Suggest form of the profile and Reveal the degree of fullness…
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MCC Mortuary Science Restorative Art Pgs. 21-35
Professional Portraits
Suggest form of the profile and Reveal…
Better able to view the ear and the le…
Inversion
A photograph or painting in which the subject has been posed…
What are the values of the three quarter view photograph?
What is the value of the profile view?
Looking at the photograph upside down allows one to detect as…
Professional Portraits
A photograph or painting in which the subject has been posed…
Suggest form of the profile and Reveal…
What are the values of the three quarter view photograph?
20 terms
Mortuary Restorative Art- Face Features
Philtrum
Nasolabial Fold
Nasal Sulcus
Oblique Palpebral Sulcus
Natural
Natural
Natural
Natural
Philtrum
Natural
Nasolabial Fold
Natural
20 terms
Mortuary Restorative Art- Face Features
Philtrum
Nasolabial Fold
Nasal Sulcus
Oblique Palpebral Sulcus
Natural
Natural
Natural
Natural
Philtrum
Natural
Nasolabial Fold
Natural
20 terms
Mortuary Restorative Art- Face Features
Philtrum
Nasolabial Fold
Nasal Sulcus
Oblique Palpebral Sulcus
Natural
Natural
Natural
Natural
Philtrum
Natural
Nasolabial Fold
Natural
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MCC Mortuary Restorative Art - Cosmetic
Not only is the color of an object dep…
Colored illumination may ___ of the ob…
The natural light entering a room from…
The study of materials and techniques…
illumination it receives
completely change the hue
north
Cosmetology
Not only is the color of an object dep…
illumination it receives
Colored illumination may ___ of the ob…
completely change the hue
58 terms
Mortuary Science Professional Review Restorative Art Study Guide
How many hues are in a tetrad?
The width of the base of the nose is h…
The distance from the auxiliary pit to…
Give an example of a monochrome color…
4
1 eye wide
The distance from the bend of the elbow to the bend of the wr…
Using Yellow, Mustard, and Ivory or Using Red, Pink, and Burg…
How many hues are in a tetrad?
4
The width of the base of the nose is h…
1 eye wide
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Mortuary Science Professional Review Restorative Art Facial Markings
Furrow a.k.a. Wrinkles -
Groove -
Fold a.k.a. Eminence -
Common transverse sulcus -
a crevice in the skin accompanied by adjacent... elevation (sulc…
an elongated depression in a relatively level plane or surfac…
an elongated prominence adjoining a surface
furrow of the upper eyelid found... approximately 1/8" - 1/4" fr…
Furrow a.k.a. Wrinkles -
a crevice in the skin accompanied by adjacent... elevation (sulc…
Groove -
an elongated depression in a relatively level plane or surfac…
19 terms
Mortuary Science Professional Review Restorative Art Facial Muscles
A. Occipital Frontalis (Epicranius) -
Orbicularis oculi -
Corrugator a.k.a. Frowning muscle -
Levator Palpebrae Superioris -
large singular muscle which covers the... top and sides of the c…
sphincter muscle which encircles the eye
small, narrow, pyramid shaped muscle located at the medial en…
restraining muscle of the upper eyelid
A. Occipital Frontalis (Epicranius) -
large singular muscle which covers the... top and sides of the c…
Orbicularis oculi -
sphincter muscle which encircles the eye
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DIFS ~ Restorative Art III ~ Mortuary Cosmetology
Mortuary Cosmetology
Ornamental Cosmetology
The Goal of Cosmetology
A Purpose of Post Mortem Cosmetology
What is the study of materials and techniques of applying col…
What is the embellishment of men or women (of any age) who we…
What is the achievement of a natural, non-cosmetic effect whi…
To compensate for the effects of funeral lighting is what?
Mortuary Cosmetology
What is the study of materials and techniques of applying col…
Ornamental Cosmetology
What is the embellishment of men or women (of any age) who we…
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NBE Restorative Art & Science
Helix
Scapha
Antihelix
Crura of the antihelix
The outer rim of the ear has the general shape of a question…
The fossa between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
The inner rim of the ear. It starts at the superior border of…
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 between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
49 terms
Restorative Arts Terms
Hope
Waypower
Willpower
Restorative Arts
The expectation that something good will happen in the future
A belief in one's capabilities to find pathways to a goal
A belief in one's ability to initiate and sustain movement to…
Arts-based creative processes designed to heal relationships,…
Hope
The expectation that something good will happen in the future
Waypower
A belief in one's capabilities to find pathways to a goal
75 terms
NBE Restorative Art & Science
Helix
Scapha
Antihelix
Crura of the antihelix
The outer rim of the ear has the general shape of a question…
The fossa between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
The inner rim of the ear. It starts at the superior border of…
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 between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
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Important Terms for 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 terms refers to the soaking up of certain rays of light…
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…
75 terms
NBE Restorative Art & Science
Helix
Scapha
Antihelix
Crura of the antihelix
The outer rim of the ear has the general shape of a question…
The fossa between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
The inner rim of the ear. It starts at the superior border of…
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 between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
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Restorative Art Additional Terms
Acetone
Achromatic Color
Additive Method
After-Image
dimethylketone; a colorless liquid which is used to soften an…
a color not found in the visible spectrum; a neutral color su…
a process of mixing colored lights on a surface in which wave…
psychological; a visual impression remaining after the stimul…
Acetone
dimethylketone; a colorless liquid which is used to soften an…
Achromatic Color
a color not found in the visible spectrum; a neutral color su…
50 terms
MCC Mortuary Science Art Cosmetic Application
illumination it receives
completely change the hue
north
Cosmetology
Not only is the color of an object dependent upon the hue it…
Colored illumination may ___ of the object or make it appear…
The natural light entering a room from the ____ is unchanging…
The study of materials and techniques of applying colorants t…
illumination it receives
Not only is the color of an object dependent upon the hue it…
completely change the hue
Colored illumination may ___ of the object or make it appear…
366 terms
Restorative Art terms
Burns
first-degree burn
second-degree burn
third-degree burn
to oxidize or be oxidized by fire or equivalent means: the ti…
any injury caused by heat, which produces redness of the skin
those resulting in acute inflammation of the skin and blisters
burns that result in destruction of cutaneous and subcuntaneo…
Burns
to oxidize or be oxidized by fire or equivalent means: the ti…
first-degree burn
any injury caused by heat, which produces redness of the skin
136 terms
Restorative Art and Science 090620130020
restorative art
temporal
zygomatic
occipitofrontalis
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
The zygomatic process is a feature of which of the following…
Which of the following is a bone of the face ?
The very large muscle which covers the top and sides of the s…
restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
temporal
The zygomatic process is a feature of which of the following…
136 terms
Restorative Art and Science 090620130020
restorative art
temporal
zygomatic
occipitofrontalis
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
The zygomatic process is a feature of which of the following…
Which of the following is a bone of the face ?
The very large muscle which covers the top and sides of the s…
restorative art
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color i…
temporal
The zygomatic process is a feature of which of the following…
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Restorative art- Photography terms
Asymmetry
Bilateral
Contour
Depressions
- Lack of symmetry, balance, or proportion
- Two sides
- The outline or surface form
- A hollow or shallow concave area in a surface
Asymmetry
- Lack of symmetry, balance, or proportion
Bilateral
- Two sides
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Restorative Art Terms (B)
Base
Basic pigment
Basket weave suture
Beard area
Cosmetology, the vehicle and a cosmetic (oil base); the initi…
White, yellow, red and brown; four hues which correspond to t…
(Cross stitch) a network of stitches which cross the borders…
Those areas of the fleshy lips, cheeks, chin, and neck which…
Base
Cosmetology, the vehicle and a cosmetic (oil base); the initi…
Basic pigment
White, yellow, red and brown; four hues which correspond to t…
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comps 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
155 terms
Restorative Art terms
acetone
achromatic color
additive method
analogous
dimethyl ketone
white gray black gold and silver
process of mixing colored lights on a surface whereby the wav…
in color two or more hues which have the same hue in common
acetone
dimethyl ketone
achromatic color
white gray black gold and silver
Restorative Art and Science Chapter 2
Cranium
Face
Purpose of Skull
Frontal
There are 8 bones... Occipital x 1... Parietal x 2... Temporal x 2... Fro…
There are 14 bones... Nasal x 2... Zygomatic x 2... Maxilla x 2... Mandib…
Protect the brain... Support the jaws... Serve as an attachment for…
The anterior 1/3 of the cranium forming the forehead and part…
Cranium
There are 8 bones... Occipital x 1... Parietal x 2... Temporal x 2... Fro…
Face
There are 14 bones... Nasal x 2... Zygomatic x 2... Maxilla x 2... Mandib…
39 terms
Restorative Art Terms (A)
Abrasion
Abscess
Absorption
Abut
Antemortem or postmortem injuries resulting from friction of…
A localized accumulation of pus
The process of taking in as in a colored object which absorbs…
To bluntly adjoin another structure for example the line of e…
Abrasion
Antemortem or postmortem injuries resulting from friction of…
Abscess
A localized accumulation of pus
523 terms
Restorative Art Terms
Surgical Reduction
Suspension
Sustain
Suture
A procedure which removes swelling by excision after chemical…
The substance which had minute particles floating at the top,…
That which is held in position by support
A stitch that holds two ends together
Surgical Reduction
A procedure which removes swelling by excision after chemical…
Suspension
The substance which had minute particles floating at the top,…
167 terms
Restorative Art General 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
10 terms
Restorative art add terms
Extraction
Eyesocket
Face
Firmness
Drawn or pulled out
(Orbit) the bony region containing the eyeball ; orbital cavity
Anatomically the region from the eyes to the base of the chin…
Degree of rigidity stability a condition of the tissues neces…
Extraction
Drawn or pulled out
Eyesocket
(Orbit) the bony region containing the eyeball ; orbital cavity
30 terms
Restorative Art Anatomy Terms
Frontal - Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Zygomaticus (minor)
Raises eyebrows (surprised look)
Closes Eyes (wink, blink, squint)
Draws Lips Together (kissing)
Elevates corners of mouth & lips (smiling muscle)
Frontal - Frontalis
Raises eyebrows (surprised look)
Orbicularis Oculi
Closes Eyes (wink, blink, squint)
565 terms
NBE - Sciences - Restorative Arts
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.
183 terms
NBE Restorative Art - Terms
alveolar process
alveolar prognathism
analogous
anatomical guide
the ridge projecting from the inferior surface of the maxilla…
sockets of the teeth protrude
in color, two or more hues which have the same hue in common
a descriptive reference for locating arteries and veins by me…
alveolar process
the ridge projecting from the inferior surface of the maxilla…
alveolar prognathism
sockets of the teeth protrude
64 terms
Restorative Art Terms (C)
Cake
Cancer
Carmine
Carotene
In cosmetology, compressed powder
Any malignant neoplasm, marked by uncontrolled growth and spr…
(Crimson) purple-red in coloration
The yellow pigment of skin
Cake
In cosmetology, compressed powder
Cancer
Any malignant neoplasm, marked by uncontrolled growth and spr…
18 terms
Comps Restorative Arts Terms
Ferrule
Spectrum
Absorption
Reflection
the ferrule is the metal part of a brush in which the hair is…
the progressive arrangement of colors when a bam of light is…
colored object absorbs rays of light, which illuminate it whi…
the return of light from a surface.
Ferrule
the ferrule is the metal part of a brush in which the hair is…
Spectrum
the progressive arrangement of colors when a bam of light is…
10 terms
Restorative art quiz 1 terms
Extraction
Eye socket (orbit)
Face
Firmness
Drawn or pulled out
The bony region containing the eyeball; the orbital cavity.
Anatomically, the region from the eyes to the base of the chi…
The degree of rigidity or stability; a condition of the tissu…
Extraction
Drawn or pulled out
Eye socket (orbit)
The bony region containing the eyeball; the orbital cavity.
47 terms
NBE Restorative Art Terms Continued
agonal algor
agonal fever
agonal period
air tray
decrease in body temp immediately before death
increase in body temp immediately before death
period immediately before somatic death
a transfer container consisting of a wooden tray with a hardb…
agonal algor
decrease in body temp immediately before death
agonal fever
increase in body temp immediately before death
10 terms
RESTORATIVE ART TERMS WEEK 3
constrict
decapitate
depress
depth
to contract or compress
separation of the head from the body; to decapitate is the ac…
to lower inferiorly or to reduce projection
a state or degree of being deep
constrict
to contract or compress
decapitate
separation of the head from the body; to decapitate is the ac…
105 terms
Restorative Art & Science Exam 1
Helix
Scapha
Antihelix
Crura of the antihelix
The outer rim of the ear has the general shape of a question…
The fossa between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
The inner rim of the ear. It starts at the superior border of…
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 between the inner and outer rims of the ear; the sh…
63 terms
Restorative Art Terms 427- 463
Superciliary arches
Supercilium
Superior
Superior Integumentary Lip
the inferior part of the forehead just superior to the median…
eyebrow
more elevated in place or position; higher; upper; anatomical…
the portion between the base of the nose and the superior mar…
Superciliary arches
the inferior part of the forehead just superior to the median…
Supercilium
eyebrow
63 terms
Restorative Art Terms 238-299
Labiomental sulcus
Laceration
Lanolin
Lanugo
the junction of the lower integumentary lip and the superior…
an irregularly torn or jagged wound, ranging from superficial…
oil from sheep wool
(peach fuzz) the downy hair of a fetus, children, or women
Labiomental sulcus
the junction of the lower integumentary lip and the superior…
Laceration
an irregularly torn or jagged wound, ranging from superficial…
63 terms
Restorative Art Terms 364-426
Projection
Prosthetic device
Proportions
Protruding lobe
the act of throwing forward; a part extending beyond the leve…
an artificial device used to replace a limb, appendage, or ot…
the relationships of the size of one feature as compared with…
the rounded, anterior projection of the tip of the nose
Projection
the act of throwing forward; a part extending beyond the leve…
Prosthetic device
an artificial device used to replace a limb, appendage, or ot…
55 terms
Restorative Art Terms 183-237
Frenulum
Frontal
Frontal bone
Frontal eminences
the vertical restraining fold of mucous membrane on the midli…
anterior: the anterior view of the face or features
the anterior third of the cranium, forming the forehead and t…
paired, rounded, unmargined prominence's of the frontal bone…
Frenulum
the vertical restraining fold of mucous membrane on the midli…
Frontal
anterior: the anterior view of the face or features
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