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T or F:

the canines are the longest teeth in the mouth

true

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what is "canine guidance"?

shapes of canines provide guidance for teeth

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middle labial lobes of canines are the most developed, giving rise to what?

strong, well formed cusps

4

the shapes of canine crowns contribute to what?

self cleaning

5

what is the canine eminence?

bone ridge over the roots

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what is the significance in the location of the canines between incisors and premolars? 

provides support

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the maxillary canine's mesial and distal contact areas are ____

at different heights

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the maxillary canine is a transition between ___ and ___

lateral incisor and first premolar

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the maxillary canine's incisal portion is ___ labiolingually than any of the incisors

thicker

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the maxillary canine's labiolingual measurement is 1mm ___ than the central, and mesiodistal is about 1mm ___.

  • greater
  • less

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the ___ of the maxillary canine shows greater development than that of the ___

  • cingulum
  • central

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the maxillary canine's root is thick ____ with developmental depressions that help ___

  • labiolingual
  • anchor into bone

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, the crown and root are ___ than the central

narrower

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, mesially, the crown is ___, and the contact area is at the junction of the ___ and ___ thirds

  • convex
  • middle and incisal thirds

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, distally, the crown outline is ___ from the cervical line to the distal contact area, which is at the center of the ___ 1/3

  • concave
  • middle

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, the cusp tip is on line with ___

the center of the root

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, the mesial cusp slope is ___ than the distal cusp slope, and both will show ___ before wear 

  • shorter
  • concavity

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, the labial surface is ___ and ___

smooth and convex

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, the middle lobe shows ___ development

greater

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, distal to the labial ridge may have a concavity at ___ third

cervical

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, the root appears ___ and is conical with a ___ pointed apex

  • slender
  • bluntly

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from the labial aspect of the maxillary canine, the geometric shape is ___

pentagonal

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the crown and root are ____ lingually than labially

narrower

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the cervical line may be ___ for a short distance

straight

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the cingulum is ___ and may be ___, as in a small ___.

  • large
  • pointed
  • cusp

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the is usually a lingual ridge from ___ to ___ with distal and mesial fossae, but sometimes these don't show at all

  • cusp tip
  • near cingulum

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, there will be heavy ____ before wear takes place

marginal ridges

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, because of the narrow root lingually, one can see parts of the ___ and ___ surfaces of the root

mesial and distal

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from the mesial aspect of the maxillary canine, you can see the greater ___ and greater ___ measurement than any of the other anterior teeth

  • bulk
  • labiolingual

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the outline is ___ shaped, and is widest at the ___

  • wedge
  • cervical area

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the labial outline is ___, more so than the central incisor

convex

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the cervical line curves about __mm from the CEJ

2.5mm

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the outline of the root is ___ with a tapered or ___ pointed apex

  • conical
  • bluntly

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the labial outline of the root is almost ___, with most of the taper on the ____

  • perpendicular
  • lingual outline

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, a line bisecting the ___ is labial to a line bisecting the ___

  • cusp
  • root

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from the lingual aspect of the maxillary canine, the mesial surface of the root is broad with a _____ for partway-help to anchor the ___

  • shallow depression
  • root

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from the distal aspect of the maxillary canine, the cervical line has a curvature of ___mm, which is ___ than the curvature of the mesial

  • 1.5mm
  • less

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from the distal aspect of the maxillary canine, the distal marginal ridge is ___ with an ___ outline

  • heavier
  • irregular

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from the distal aspect of the maxillary canine, there will be more ___ above the contact area

concavity

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from the distal aspect of the maxillary canine, it has a more pronounced developmental depression on the ___ side of the root

distal

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from the incisal aspect of the maxillary canine, the labiolingual dimension is ___ than the mesiodistal

greater

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from the incisal aspect of the maxillary canine, the tip of the cusp is ___ to the center of the crown labiolingually, and ___ to the center mesiodistally

  • labial
  • mesial

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from the incisal aspect of the maxillary canine, the mesial section is ___ than the distal section, and is stretched to the ___ to contact the ___

  • wider
  • distal
  • first premolar

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from the incisal aspect of the maxillary canine, the ridge of the ___ lobe stands out

middle

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from the incisal aspect of the maxillary canine, the cingulum is a ___ arc than the labial outline

shorter

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from the incisal aspect of the maxillary canine, the whole outline is a series of arcs similar to a ___

French curve

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the mandibular canine is ___ mesiodistally than the maxillary

narrower

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the mandibular canine may be longer than the maxillary canine by ___mm

0.5-1mm

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the mandibular canine root may be as long but is usually ___

shorter

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the mandibular canine's labiolingual dimension may be just slightly ___ than the maxillary

less

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the mandibular canine's lingual surface is ___ with ___ cingulum development than the maxillary canine

  • smoother
  • less

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the mandibular canine's cusp is not as well ___ as the maxillary, and has thinner cusp ridges ____

  • developed
  • labiolingual

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the mandibular canine may or may not have a ___ root

bifurcated

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from the labial aspect of the mandibular canine, the mesiodistal dimension is ___ than the maxillary by about __mm

  • less
  • 1mm

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from the labial aspect of the mandibular canine, it is ___ mesiodistally than the mandibular incisors

wider

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect:

crowns on the mandibular appear ___ due to narrowness and ___ contact areas

  • longer
  • higher

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect:

the mesial outline of the mandibular canine is nearly ___

straight

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect:

the mesial cusp ridge of the mandibular canine is ___

shorter

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect:

the distal contact area of the mandibular canine is more ___, but not as much as the mesial contact area

incisal

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect: 

the cervical line of the mandibular canine is ___ and curves ___

  • semicircular
  • apically

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect:

a lot of mandibular canines appear to be bent ___ on the root base

distally

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect:

the mandibular root is ___ by 1-2mm

shorter

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comparing the mandibular canine and maxillary canine from the labial aspect:

if there is curvature at the root end, it is most often curved ___

mesially

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from the lingual aspect of the mandibular canine, the lingual surface is ___ than the maxillary

flatter

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from the lingual aspect of the mandibular canine, the cingulum is ___ and ___ developed

  • smoother
  • poorly

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from the lingual aspect of the mandibular canine, the marginal ridges are ___ distinct than the maxillary

less

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from the lingual aspect of the mandibular canine, the lingual portion of the root is ___; it is ___ that of the maxillary

  • narrow
  • less than 1/2

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from the mesial aspect of the mandibular canine, there is less of a curvature ___ on the crown, and ___ at the cervical line

  • labially
  • very little

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from the mesial aspect of the mandibular canine, the cingulum is ___ pronounced

less

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from the mesial aspect of the mandibular canine, the incisal is ___, and cusp appears ___ pointed with a slender ridge

  • thinner
  • more

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from the mesial aspect of the mandibular canine, the tip of the cusp is more ___ over the root

centered

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from the mesial aspect of the mandibular canine, the cervical line is more toward the ___ than the maxillary

incisal

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from the distal aspect, is there a difference between the mandibular and maxillary canines?

very little difference

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from the incisal aspect of the mandibular canine, the mesiodistal dimension is ___ than labiolingual dimension compared to the maxillary canine

less