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  1. what is the function of cementum
    attaches teeth to alveolar process by anchoring the PDL
  2. the alveolar process that seperates two neighboring teeth is the
    interdental septum
  3. the alveolar process that separates the roots of the same tooth is the
    interradicular septum
  4. part that makes up the lining of the tooth socket or alveolus also called the cribiform plate
    alveolar bone proper ABP
  5. tooth sockets of teeth
    alveolus
  6. the part of the jaw that contains the roots of the teeth
    alveolar bone
  7. the part of the jaw apical to the roots of the teeth
    basal bone
  8. Part of the periodontium that provides the attachment of the teeth and the surrounding ABP by the root cementum
    PDL
  9. what are the 5 subgroups of the gingival fiber group
    • alveolar crest group
    • horizontal group
    • oblique group
    • apical group
    • interradicular group (multirooted )
  10. gingival subgroup to resist tilting, intrusive, extrusive and rotational forces
    alveolar crest group
  11. alveolodental ligament fiber subgroup to resist tilting forces and rotatinal forces just apical to alveolar crest group
    horizontal group
  12. gingival subgroup to resist intrusive and rotational forces that runs from cementum to insert in to alveolar bone coronally
    oblique group
  13. alveolodental ligament fiber subgroup that is to resist intrusive, extrusive, tilting and rotational forces, runs along cementum from one root to another
    interradicular group
  14. this sub fiber group runs from cementum of one root to cementum of other roots superficial to interradicular septum and thus has no bony attachement superficial to
    interradicular group
  15. additonal pulp openings to the PDL (can be lateral)
    accessory canal
  16. calcium hydroxyapatite
    CA10 (PO4)6 (OH)2
  17. CA10 (PO4)6 (OH)2
    calcium hydroxyapatite
  18. these are mineralized masses of dentin complete with dentinal tubules and odontoblstic processes
    pulp stones
  19. what cells produce enamel
    ameloblasts
  20. the crystalline structural unit of enamel
    enamel rods
  21. the incremental lines that appear in a microscopic section of mature enamel in concentric rings on transverse sections
    lines of retzius
  22. a pronounced incremental line of retzius. marks the trauma experienced during birth
    neonatal lines
  23. what is the difference between the endocrine and the exocrine glands
    exocrine contains ducts
  24. a gland having a duct associated with it
    exocrine
  25. a ductless gland with its secretions conveyed directly into the blood
    endocrine
  26. what are the three main goals of saliva
    lubricates, cleanses, digests food
  27. a decreased production of saliva
    hyposalivation
  28. a deeper extension of the SE which lines the floor of the gingival  sulcus and is attached to the tooth surface
    junctional epithelium
  29. turn over time for hard palate
    24 days
  30. turn over floor of mouth
    20 DAYS
  31. TURN OVER FOR BUCCAL AND LABIAL MUCOSA
    14 DAYS
  32. TURN OVER FOR ATTACHED GINGIVA
    10 DAYS
  33. TURN OVER FOR TASTE BUDS
    10 DAYS
  34. TURN OVER FOR JUNCTIONAL EPITHELIUM
    4-6 DAYS

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