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karlap
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109426
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Ch54
Updated:
2011-10-16 18:21:03
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Ch54 Fill blank
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Ch54
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  1. An "blank" is the surgical removal of infectious material surrounding the apex of a root.
    apical curettage
  2. A "blank" is healthy tooth used as a standard to compare questionable teeth of similar size and structure during pulp vitality testing.
    control tooth
  3. An "blank" is a localized area of pus that originates from an infection.
    abscess
  4. "blank" is an examination technique that involves tapping on the incisal or occlusal surface of a tooth to determine vitality.
    percussion
  5. "blank" is a plastic type of filling material used in root canal theraphy.
    Gutta-percha
  6. The surgical separation of a multirooted tooth through the furcation area is a
    hemisection
  7. An "blank" is the placement of calcium hydroxide over a partially exposed pulp.
    Indirect pulp cap
  8. "blank" means not living.
    Nonvital
  9. "blank" is completed to remove or clean out the pulpal canal.
    Debridement
  10. "blank" is an examination technique of the soft tissues in which the examiner's hand or fingertips are used.
    palpation
  11. A "blank" is the removal of one or more roots without removal of the crown of the tooth.
    Root Amputation
  12. "blank" is the procedure of removing dental pulp and filling the canal with material.
    Root canal theraphy
  13. A "blank" is the application of calcium hydroxide to a cavity preparation that has an exposed or a nearly exposed dental pulp.
    pulp cap
  14. Tp break through and extend beyond the apex of the root is
    perforation
  15. Nerves, blood, vessels, and tissue that surrounds the root of a tooth are called
    periradicular
  16. A "blank" is the removal of a vital pulp from the coronal portion of a tooth.
    pulpotomy
  17. "blank" is inflammation of the dental pulp.
    pulpitis
  18. A small restoration placed at the apex of a root is
    retrograde restoration
  19. A dentist who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the dental pulp and periradicular tissues is an
    Endodontist
  20. "blank" occurs when there is a form of pulpal inflammation but the pulp may be salvageable.
    Reversible pulpitis