Flashcards in Restorative Art Exam 1 Deck (30)
adjust color rather than say use of make-up, no written permission required.
Minimum effort, skill, and time to complete
written permission required for restorative procedure.
Long period of time, are extensive, required advance technical skill, time to complete
the care of the deceased to recreate a natural form and color
external shape; a mold for casting; produce a certain shape; to constitute existing elements
a visual sensation perceived by the eye and the mind due to the activity and vibration of light
defined as the study of the structures and surface markings of the face and features.
Incentives for achieving proficiency in restorative art
Psychological effect on immediate family and friends.
the most common characteristic of each feature
before or in front of; refers to the ventral or abdominal side of the body
toward the rear caudal end, toward the back; dorsal
toward the head
beneath; lower; toward the feet
middle; near the middle plane
toward the side
refers to two sides (of face or feature).
a part extending beyond the level of its surroundings
the withdrawal of a part from its normal position
having a spiracle depressed or hollow surface (bowed in). glossary definition: exhibiting a depressed or hollow surface; a concavity
curved evenly resembling a segment of the outer edge of a sphere (Bowed-out).
a line which is neither horizontal nor vertical
Reason for seeking permission before undertaking a restoration
consumer’s right to informed consent.
Is a vertical plane which divides the head into left and right sides
Cut across the median plane right angle
Is slanted (inclined) it is neither vertical nor horizontal
a surface exhibiting a minimum curvature, but differing in direction from the adjacent surface
Correspondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts that are on opposite sides of the face (ears, eyes).
Refers to the difference of paired features; the two sides of a feature or both “halves” of the face. (Difference between the two ears). Glossary definition: lack of symmetry, balance, or proportion
A funeral director, during the arrangement conference, has two opportunities to encourage a family to hold a viewing with an open casket:
1. The first involves the funeral director discussing the help that viewing provides the bereaved in facing the reality of death.
2. The second arises when discussing the appearance of the body and the technical skill and care that the professional staff will provide to ensure a natural and pleasing appearance.
The basic form of the nose is