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Daily saliva?

1,500ml

2

Microorganisms per milliliter of saliva?

750 million

3

Most common lesions beneath mucosa?

Abscess, Cyst, Ulcers

4

Localized collection of pus, often bacterial infection?

Abscess

5

Sac containing fluid?

Cyst

6

Toothbrush injury may cause?

Ulcers

7

Two most common elevated lesions?

Vesicles, Hematoma

8

Elevation that contains fluid?

Vesicles

9

Two common non-elevated lesions?

Petechiae, Ecchymoses

10

Break on or in tooth?

Carious lesion

11

Process that destroys hard surface of tooth?

Decay

12

First step in decay process?

Bacterial plaque, acid (from food)

13

Dental caries appear first as?

Chalky white spot on enamel

14

Lesion that hasn't passed calcification stage?

Incipient

15

Common diseases of the pulp?

Pulpalgia, pulpitis, periapical abscess, necrosis

16

Pain in dental pulp?

Pulpagia

17

Inflammation of dental pulp caused by bacterial infection?

Pulpitis

18

Small pus-like abscess forms in the pulpal canal?

Periapical abscess

19

Patient may complain the tooth feels 'high' when biting?

Periapical abscess

20

Bone loss around apex cause radiolucency on x-ray the shape of?

Grape

21

Course pus drains into jaw bone and mouth?

Fistula

22

Death of tissue?

Necrosis

23

This disease MUST be treated?

Necrosis

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May or may not occur from necrosis?

Pain

25

Most prevalent chronic disease of humankind?

Periodontal disease

26

Types of gingivitis?

Marginal and NUG

27

Starts at the tips of papillae and extends to gingival margins?

Marginal gingivitis

28

NUG/Trenchmouth is also known as?

Vincent's infection

29

Condition that results in loss of bone that supports teeth?

Periodontitis

30

Tissue becomes bluish red as disease progresses?

Periodontitis