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Features of the face

Canthus
Ala
Philtrum
Targus
Nasion
Glabella
Root
Septum
Anterior naris
Mental protuberance
Angle of the mandible
Zygomatic arch

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Forehead

Extending from the eyebrows to the hairline

3

Temples

Posterior to the eyes

4

Orbital area

Containing the eye & covered by the eyelids

5

Zygomatic

The prominence of the cheek

6

Attached vs unattached gingiva

Attached:
Is firmly bond to the periosteum & the dentition

Unattached:
Free gingiva around the cervical region of the tooth

7

Anterior & posterior teeth

Anterior teeth: are the incisors & canines

Posterior teeth: premolars & molars

Each tooth has 5 surfaces:
-facial
-lingual
-occlusal
-mesial
-distal

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Tooth types & functions

Permanent:
-Incisors: to cut
-Canines: to cut & tear
-Premolars: to hold food & chew/grind
-Molars: to chew/grind

Primary:
- incisors
- canines
- molars

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Anatomic features of teeth

Contours ( shape)
Contacts ( touch)
Embrasures ( space)
Height of contour

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Difference between succedaneous & non-succedaneous

Succedaneous: permanent teeth that replace the primary teeth

Non-succedaneous: molars are non-succedaneous because premolars replace the primary molars

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Curve of spee

Occlusal surfaces of the posterior teeth do not form a flat plane

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Curve of Wilson

Cross-arch curvature of the posterior occlusal plane

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Difference between line & point angle

Line: formed by the junction of two surfaces

Point angle: angle formed by the junction of three surfaces at one point

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Angies classification

Class 1 neutroclusion: normal

Class 2 distoclusion; buck teeth

Class 3 mesioclusion: bulldog

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Name the 2 regions of the oral cavity

Vestibule
Oral cavity proper

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What term is defined as the natural teeth in the jaw bones

Dentition

17

Name the three dentitions

Primary dentition
Permanent dentition
Mixed dentition

18

Identify using the correct terminology the dental arches

The maxillary & mandibular

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How many teeth are in each dentitions

Primary: 20

Permanent: 32

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How many surfaces on a tooth

5

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Contact of the teeth during biting & chewing movements

Functional occlusion

22

List 5 functions of the tongue

Speaking
Tasting & tactile sensations
Positioning food while eating
Swallowing
Cleansing the oral cavity

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The soft hanging projection at the posterior portion of the soft palate is called

Uvula

24

Contact with membranes at the back of our mouth can trigger the

Gag reflex

25

The pear shaped pad found behind the max incisors is named the

Incisive papilla

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Extending laterally from the incisive papilla are irregular ridges or folds of the masticatory mucosa

Palatial Rugae

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What is the narrow band of tissue that connects two structures called

Frenum

28

The free posterior border of the soft palate

Posterior faucial pillar

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What dust is also called parotid duct

Stensens duct

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What is the point where the attached gingival meets the lining mucosa

Mucogingival junction