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1

Identify the portion of the equine tooth labeled 'A'

Enamel

2

Identify the portion of the equine tooth labeled 'B'

Dentin

3

Identify the portion of the equine tooth labeled 'C'

Cementum

4

Identify the portion of the equine tooth labeled 'A'

Infundibulum

5

Identify the portion of the equine tooth labeled 'B'

Enamel

6

Identify the portion of the equine tooth labeled 'C'

Dentin

7

Identify the portion of the equine tooth labeled 'D'

Cementum

8

How many incisors are in the upper left arcade in the equine?

3 incisors

9

How many canines are in the upper left arcade in the equine?

1 canine*

*sometimes horses don't have this tooth

10

How many premolars are in the upper left arcade in the equine? 

3 premolars (sometimes 4)

The 1st premolar is rudimentary... Adult horses usually do not have a 1st premolar

11

How many molars are in the upper left arcade in the equine?

3 molars

12

How many permanent teeth do we expect in the equine?

36

(38 if canines are present)

13

What is the name for the surface where the teeth grind on each other?

occlusal surface

14

What is the name for the surface of the teeth touching the cheek?

buccal surface

15

In which arcade do the tooth numbers start with 4?

right lower arcade

16

Which row is more narrow: Maxillary or Mandible?

The mandible is more narrow.

The maxillary row is wider.

17

What is the curve of spee?

Where the teeth curve upward in the back

18

Are foals born with incisors?

No, Elliott

19

Are foals born with premolars?

Yes.

20

Are foals born with molars?

No.

1st molar appears at about 1 year of age

21

How many roots are present in upper arcade P4 in the dog?

3 roots!

22

Describe the differences in the upper arcade between equines and ruminants

Ruminants have no upper incisors or canines

23

Where do we find enamel points in the equine mouth?

The buccal side of maxillary teeth and the lingual edge of mandibular teeth

24

Describe the differences in the lower arcade between equines and ruminants

The lower canine in the ruminant appears as a 4th incisor

25

How many incisors are present in the left maxillary arcade in the canine?

3

26

How many canines are present in the left maxillary arcade in the canine?

1

27

How many premolars are present in the left maxillary arcade in the canine?

4

28

How many molars are present in the left maxillary arcade in the canine?

2

29

How many molars are present in the left mandibular arcade in the canine?

3 molars

30

How many incisors are present in the left maxillary arcade in the feline?

3 incisors