Card Set Information
Excessive lip protrusion is most often seen in
Class II Malocclusion
Indications for Orthodontic treatment include
Susceptibility to decay
The arch wire is
A pattern that gives the dental arch its shape
Elastomeric ties can be removed by using
An orthodontic scaler
Dentofacial proportions and the anatomical basis of malocclusion are most effectively evaluated on
The use of orthodontic separators is necessary before the placement of
When maxillary fist molars require stabilization or distal movement, "blank" is used.
Cervical traction on the head gear
Damage to a tooth bud during development may be a "blank" cause of malocclusion.
No vertical overlap of the teeth is seen in a patient with an
If periodontal problems are present, they are treated "blank" orthodontic treatment is started.
On a cephalometric tracing, the "blank" is the bottom of the chin.
In preparation for the bonding of brackets, the
teeth are conditioned, rinsed and dried
Buccal arch wire tubes are located on
maxillary first molar bands
mandibular first molar bands
Once the arch wire is positioned in the brackets, it is "blank" into place
To retain the teeth in their position following the removal of fixed orthodontics, the patient will wear a "blank" for 6 to 10 months.
During the final stages of treatment, a "blank" arch wire is used to position the crown and root in the correct maxillary and mandibular realationship.
When placing steel separating springs, the spring is slipped into place with the helix positioned to the "blank" side of the tooth.
Intraoral photographs for orthodontics patients include the
Maxillary occlusal view
Right buccal view
An orthodontic scaler is used to
Aid in direct bracket placement
Remove elastomeric rings
Remove excessive cement from banding
When there is insurance coverage for orthodontic treatment, it is the responsibility of the "blank" to submit periodic progress claims for reimbursemnt.