Dental Assisting Module 110

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Dental Assisting Module 110
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  1. Cavity within the alveolar process that surrounds the root of a tooth.
    Alveolar Socket
  2. Portion of the tooth that is covered with enamel.
    Anatomic Crown
  3. Study of the shape and structure of the human body.
    Anatomy
  4. Natural opening in the root.
    Apical Foramen
  5. Internal surface of a cavity preparation positioned in the same vertical direction as the pulp within the tooth.
    Axial
  6. Specialized, calcified connective tissue that covers the anatomic root of a tooth.
    Cementum
  7. The major support materal of the body
    Connective Tissue
  8. Hard portion of the rootthat surrounds the pulp and is covered by enamel on the crown and by cementum on the root.
    Dentin
  9. The process by which the body adds new bone.
    Deposition
  10. Term for the specialization function on cells
    Defferentiation
  11. Farther away from the trunk of the body; opposite of proximal.
    Distal
  12. Cavity located in the back of the body.
    Dorsa Cavity
  13. Type of tissue thaat forms the covering of all body surfaces.
    Epithelial
  14. Thin, compact bone that lines yhe alveolar socket; also known as the cribriform plate.
    Lamina Dura
  15. Imaginary line that divides the patient's face into equal right and left sides.
    Midsagittal Plane
  16. A calcified column or rod.
    Prisma
  17. Closer to the trunk of the body; opposite of distal
    Proximal
  18. The body's processes of eliminating existing bone or hard tissue structure.
    Resorption
  19. Dentin that forms after eruption and continues at a very slow rate throughout the life of the tooth.
    Secondary dentin
  20. The primitive mouth
    Stomodeum

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