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1

The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color is the definition of:

Restorative art

2

The zygomatic process is a feature of the _____ bones

Temporal

3

Which of the following is a bone of the face?

* Parietal
* Occipital
* Temporal
* Zygomatic

Zygomatic

4

The large muscle which covers the top and sides of the skull from occipital bone to eyebrows

Occipitofrontalis

5

A crevice in the skin accompanied by adjacent elevations

Furrow

6

The Vertex of the cranium and the base of the chin are examples of:

Imaginary horizontal lines

7

This is of value to the restorative artist associated with the three-quarter view photograph for restorative art purposes

Reveals the degree of fullness of the cheeks

8

Which one of the following is one of the basic linear forms of facial profiles?

* Oval
* Round
* Vertical
* Convex-concave

Vertical

9

Which of the following is one of the geometric head forms (frontal view)?

* Oval
* Convex
* Vertical
* Concave

Oval

10

The comparison of the two sides of the face to observe the similarities and differences is referred to as:

Bilateral

11

What is a means of softening wax to alter the wax consistency for restorative art procedures?

Mixing with cream cosmetics

12

What are generally involved in positioning of the ear?

* Zygomatic arch
* Mandibular fossa
* External auditory meatus

13

A general profile classification for the nose from the root to the tip?

Grecian

14

A type of prognathism:

Maxillary

15

The eyelids in natural repose:

Abut, do not overlap

16

The use of an oxidizing chemical to remove stain or discoloration is called:

Bleaching

17

The original scientific standard of color is:

The spectrum

18

One of the pigment cosmetics necessary to match all skin colors:

Yellow

19

Facial restoration is required due to trauma. Accurate dimensions for facial restoration can be established by means of:

* A photograph
* Classic proportions
* Mathematical calculations

20

The width of the face is proportionally equal to the distance between the base of the nose and the:

Normal hairline

21

A substance that would remove nicotine stains:

Lemon juice

22

This anatomical structure cannot be used for accurate location of the ear:

Supraorbital margins

23

The hue sequence pink, rose, cherry is indicated of red that has been:

Tinted

24

This condition requiring restorative art is classified as traumatic:

Laceration

25

A characteristic of first degree burns is:

Redness

26

The tiny prominence on the midline of the superior mucous membrane is the:

Medial lobe

27

The determinative pigment of all races is:

Melanin

28

Complementary hues found on the color wheel in this position:

Opposite each other

29

The hand may be restored if missing or completely mutilated by:

Making a plaster cast

30

The best method of repair for a dehydrated hand is:

Hypodermic injection of tissue builder

31

The method of affixing hair depends upon:

Length

32

Major or minor restoration can be:

Legally described as mutilation

33

The general procedure for effective hypodermic tissue building is:

Directing needle to the most distant point

34

In order to begin the modeling of a mutilated or destroyed eye, one must:

Start with the margins of the eye socket

35

To restore a traumatized or missing forearm:

Reattach by drilling through bones and wiring

36

The most hazardous chemical to mix with a bleach solution is:

Ammonia

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