Flashcards in 3rd Quarter Restorative Art ALL CARDS Deck (425)
requires a long period of time, is extensive, or requires technical skill
types of major restorations
full head of hair
deep wound preparation and care of deep lacerations
repair or reconstruction of multiple fractures
buck-teeth (dental prognathism)
3rd degree burns
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
time-table of RA treatment layout
These are examples of what type of treatment?Setting featuresSuturing clean cuts, skin flaps, positioning skin, muscle, features, etc.Resetting fracturesPuncture blistersSupport surface tissuesMinor buck teeth issues
Buck teeth are also called...
These are examples of what type of treatment?Internal (active) dyeMaintaining feature corrections/alignmentLimiting swelling
Concurrent Embalming Treatments
These are examples of what type of treatment?
Excise diseased or mutilated tissues
Suture incisions, lacerations
Reduce swellings (it has already occurred)
Reduce tissue swelling (using gravity, compress- ace bandage, channeling-small incisions, electric spatula,Be sure to use large amounts of massage cream to protect the skin
Deep wound preparation and waxing
External coloring and cosmetics (not always to cover something)
Attach dismembered parts
Post Embalming Treatments
lack of symmetry or proportiondifferences in paired features
it is natural to be ________
correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts that are on opposite sides of the face.
anterior view of the face or features
side view of the human head
in reference to a photograph; a view that reveals the fullness of the cheeks
What should the restorative artist not conceal?
external shape; a mold for casting; produce a certain shape; to constitute existing elementsrefers to the shape of a surface structure, which is recognized by its outline and surface movement.
the process of chemically treating the dead human body to reduce the presence and growth of microorganisms, to temporarily inhibit organic decomposition, and to restore an acceptable physical appearance.
dissimilarities existing in the two sides or halves of an object.
the bilateral view; an inferior or superior viewpoint which permits the comparison of the two sides or halves of an object or facial feature.
a visual sensation perceived by the eye and the mind due to the activity and vibration of light
hollow space or area
The body is erect, facing the observer, feet together, palms facing forward, and thumbs pointed away from body.
a prominence or projection of a bone
a state or degree of being deep
near to the mid-line; opposite of lateral direction
a position or direction away from mid-line; to the side
more elevated in place or position; higher; upper; anatomically towards the head
beneath; lower in plane or position; the under surface of an organ or indicating a structure below another structure; toward the feet