Flashcards in Costley Module 11 ch 17 Deck (69)
Production and development of enamel
The tearing away or forcible separation of a structure
A carious lesion that has become stationary and does not show a tendency to progress further is termed
Primary caries occurs on a surface ______
not previously affected
Recurrent Caries occurs?
On a surface adjacent to a restoration
Under development of a tissue or organ is termed
Condition of unknown cause
An early lesion can be referred to as _____ caries
The PH at which demineralization occurs is termed _________
what is the value for enamel?
what is the value for cementum?
Mixed Dentition occurs between ages __ and ____
Roots are normally completely formed how long after eruption?
A Hereditary disorder of the enamel is_____ the enamel may have a _____color
Systemic causes for enamel malformation are also called ______ or "--------"
A Systemic Enamel Malformation that is "single narrow zone" last a _____ period of time
The teeth most frequently affected by Systemic Enamel Malformations are?
What STD can cause enamel malformations
Wearing away of the tooth due to occlsion
Attrition can be found on what surfaces of the teeth
Predisposing factors to Bruxism include
Initial VS Advanced Attrition Signs
slight flattening - on cusp tip/ridge
Gradual reduction in cusp height: flattening of incisal or occlusal plane
Erosion is the loss of tooth structure by what process?
Erosion is typically seen on what surfaces of the teeth
Lingual or Facial
______ _______ (Erosion) affects the lingual surfaces of anterior teeth
What are some examples of Extrinsic sources of enamel erosion
The appearance of enamel erosion can vary from shallow _______ depressions to deep ______ grooves.
Abrasion is caused by
mechanical wearing by forces other than chewing.
Enamel Abrasion typically occurs at what surfaces
Exposed root surfaces
Incisal edge or occlusal surface