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Name the surfaces
Surface of individual tooth closest to midline point on arch.
Surface of individual tooth farthest from midline point on arch between central incisors.
Surface of a tooth that could come in contact with the buccal wall.
Surface of a tooth that could come in contact with the tongue.
The contact surface between teeth of the upper and lower arches.
Name the development
- Intraosseous eruption
- Clinical eruption-
- Successional teeth-
- Superadded teeth-
Eruption of teeth through the alveolar process.
Eruption of teeth into the oral cavity.
Teeth that replace deciduous teeth.
Teeth in the adult arch not present within the deciduous arch.
Teeth in excess of the normal number for an arch.
Name the types of dental occlusion:
- Class I occlusal Relationship-
- Class I malocclusion
- Class II malocclusion-
- Class III malocclusion-
- Relative micrognathia-
Normal projection of upper incisors beyond lower incisors in the transverse plane.
Normal overlap of upper incisors relative to lower incisors.
Class I occlusal Relationship-
Relationship between upper and lower teeth in which the first molar of the mandibular arch is one-half tooth advanced of the maxillary molar.
Class I malocclusion-
Occlusal relationship in which there is a normal orientation of the molars, but an abnormal orientation of the incisors.
Class II malocclusion
Relationship of the upper and lower arches in which the first mandibular molars are retracted at least one tooth from the maxillary molars.
Class III malocclusion
Relationship of the upper and lower arches in which the first mandibular molar is advanced more than one tooth beyond the first maxillary molar.
Condition in which the mandible is small in relation to the maxillae.
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