Dental Anatomy review for Final

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Dental Anatomy review for Final
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  1. The process of shedding the deciduous teeth and replacement by the permanent teeth is called
    exfoliation
  2. How many years after does exfoliation begin after the deciduous root is formed
    2 or 3 years
  3. what is the term used when the deciduous root begins to absorb
    resorption
  4. how many primary teeth
    20
  5. when do the first deciduous teeth erupt after birth?
    8 months after
  6. how old when the deciduous centrals erupt
    6-12 months
  7. how old when the deciduous laterals erupt
    7-13 months
  8. how old when the deciduous first molars erupt
    12 to 19 months
  9. how old when the deciduous canines erupt
    16 to 12 months
  10. how old when the deciduous second molars erupt
    21 to 33 months
  11. deciduous molars are wider ________ than the permanent premolars
    mesiodistally
  12. the pulp horns of deciduous teeth extend rather high occlusally, placing them much closer to the enamel that the pulp horns in permanent teeth
    T
  13. the enamel of deciduous teeth is relatively then and has a consistent depth
    t
  14. the dentin thickness between the pulp chambers and the enamel is much thinner than in permanent teeth
    t
  15. the pulp chambers of deciduous teeth are relatively large in comparison with the crowns that envelop them
    t
  16. the deicuous teeth are usually lighter in colorĀ  than the permanent teeth
    t
  17. the roots of the deciduous molars when compared to permanent molars are also proportionately longer and more narrow because the deciduous crowns are so short
    t
  18. the buccal and lingual surfaces of deciduous molars taper occlusally above the cervical curvatures much more than the permanent buccal and lingual surfaces
    t
  19. the buccocervical ridges on the decidous molars are much more pronounced, especially on first molars
    t
  20. the cervical prominences give deciduous crowns a bulbous appearance and axxentuatue the narrow cervical portion of deciduous roots
    t
  21. The deciduous teeth maintain a place for the permanent teeth. as the bone continues to grow, the deciduous teeth develop spaces between them called
    primate spaces
  22. the spaces betweeen the deciduous canines and first molars and those between the first and second molars are called
    leeway spaces
  23. what is missing from the deciduous lateral incisors
    lingual pit

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