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vt16b term 3 final
a dog should have all of its permiinant teeth by what age?
the buccal side of the teeth is the side closest to the?
the size of the gingival sulcus in the dog should be no more then?
according to the rule of 4 and 9, teeth ending in the number 4 are?
the instrument that is used to measure the depth of the gingival sulcus is the?
the carnassial teeth are?
upper 4th premolar and lower first molar
the numbers of perminant teeth in the feline is?
the periodontal ligament is defined as the?
layer of tissue that attaches the tooth to the alveolar bone
the canine dental formula for permimant teeth is?
2(I3/3, C1/1, P4/4, M2/3)
the hard outer layer that covers the dentin subgingivally is called?
Why is it necessary to wear a face mask and goggles while performing a dental prophylaxis?
to prevent bacteria contamination.
so you dont get chips of plaque in your eyes.
so you dont get your face wet.
which part of the tooth contains the blood vessels and nerves?
which deciduous tooth is most commonly retained in the dog?
inflammation of the supporting tissues of the teeth is called?
prognathism would be seen most commonly in which type of animal?
the mandible does not have any three rooted teeth.(T/F)
the crown of the tooth is located above the gumline and is covered by cementum.(T/F)
dentin is a porous material that is responsible for the majority of the weight of the tooth.(T/F)
Enamel is the hardest substance in the body.(T/F)
established periodontitis, gingivitis grade III, is reversible.(T/F)
in anatomical shorthand woul indicate the upper left fourth premolar.(T/F)
the four types of teeth are: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars.(T/F)
canines have 26 deciduous teeth and 30 permanent teeth.(T/F)
How would the right lower first incisor be designated using the modified triadan charting system?
how would the left upper second premolar be designated when using the anatomical shorthand charting system?