Flashcards in Oral Surgery Deck (21):
Which angulation of impacted teeth is the easiest to remove?
Which angulation of impacted teeth is the hardest to remove?
What are the three classifications of the Pell and Gregory classification system?
1. Class I - Normal position anterior to the ramus, 2. Class II - 1/2 crown within the ramus, 3. Class III - Entire crown embedded in ramus
What should be done to manage an oral-antral communication?
Figure-eight suture, antibiotics and nasal spray
What is the correct medical term for dry socket?
What are the 3 most common sites of fracture in the mandible?
1. Condyle, 2. Angle, and 3. Symphysis
What is a class two occlusal relationship also known as?
What word describes an anterior open bite?
What term describes posterior crossbite?
Horizontal Transverse Discrepancy
What word describes a small chin?
What disease is a recurrent herpetic infection that targets CN VII and VIII and leads to facial paralysis, vertigo, deafness and cutaneous eruption of the external auditory canal?
Ramsay Hunt syndrome
What syndrome is common in post menopausal women and causes pain in the mouth and usually resolves itself without treatment within two years?
Burning Mouth Syndrome
Delaying diagnosis for which headache-causing disease results in ipsilateral blindness?
Temporal Arteritis (Giant Cell Arteritis)
What disorder is the most common cause of masticatory pain and compromised function?
Myofascial Pain Disorder (MPD)
What disorders cause limited range of motion and ipsilateral deviation on opening?
Non-reduction Disc Displacement Disorders
What term describes placing needles into the TMJ space and injecting saline solution to aid in TMD?
What procedure attempts to correct TMD via the placement of two cannulas to allow access for intracapsular instrumentation into the superior joint space?
What is the preferred antibiotic against large abscesses?
What should biopsy specimens be placed in?
10% formalin with a volume at least 20x that of the specimen
What is the order that sensation appears/disappears with anesthetic?
1. Pain, 2. Temperature, 3. Touch and 4. Pressure