Chapter 1 dental assisting Flashcards


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Name these teeth

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Name these teeth.

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Number all the teeth

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1-central
2-tonsil
3-gingiva
4-labial frenum
5-buccal vestibule
6-lingual frenum
7-uvula
8-soft palate
9-hard palate

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1-orbit
2-nasal passage
3-maxilla
4-mandible
5-tmj
6-ear canal

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Identify the numbers

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1-mental foramen
2- body
3- army's
4- condyles
5- mandibular foramen

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Identify labels

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1- apex
2- bone, bone
3- root
4- crown
5- enamel
6- dentin
7- pulp chamber
8- gingival margin
9- sulcus
10- pulp canal
11- cementum
2- bone, bone

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Identify the labels and what they mean.

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1. Facial- refers to the outer surface (next to the cheeks and lips) of any tooth, sometimes further subdivided into
2. Labial- outer surface of ANTERIOR teeth only
3. Buccal- outer surface of POSTERIOR teeth only

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Identify the labels and define.

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1. Occlusal- the chewing surface or the posterior teeth only( the biting or cutting edge of anterior teeth in known as incisal)
2. Facial- refers to the outer surface (next to the cheeks and lips) of any tooth.
3. Distal- the surface of any tooth facing the back or posterior of the mouth.
4. Mesial- the surface of the tooth facing forward, towards the anterior if the mouth.

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What numbers are the four canines?

6, 11, 22, 27.

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What numbers are the first molars?

3, 14, 19, 30

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What are the anterior teeth?

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6-11 and 22-27

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What are the posterior teeth?

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1-5 12-21. 28-32

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Name the views

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The area of the tooth where the nerves and blood vessels enter and exit the tooth, usually located at the very end of the root tip.

Apex

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The hard tissue which all teeth securely reside within.

Bone

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The junction line between the enamel layer and the cementum layer of the tooth.

Cementoenamel junction.