chapter 14,45, 50

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  1. what are considered normal probing depths
    3 or less
  2. what is the name between the space between the free gingiva and tooth
  3. what type of x-ray is used in orthodontics to show a lateral view of patients head teeth and jaw
  4. what type of seating would you expect to see in an orthodontic office
    open bay
  5. what is the most common cause of malocclusion
  6. when there is bleeding upon probing what is this a sign of
  7. what are the two most common used  x-rays in an orthodontic office
    panoramic and cephalometric
  8. what instruments working end is placed in the sulcus to check for gingival health
    periodontal probe
  9. which instrument assists in band seating with the aid of the patients biting force
    bite stick
  10. which instrument can be used to remove calculus, dental plaque, or biofilm and for smoothing rough root surfaces
  11. which instrument is used to seat and position the band on the tooth with the operators force
    band pusher
  12. which instrument cuts and holds the distal ends to the arch wire
    distal end cutting pliers
  13. which instrument tucks twisted ligature wires into interproximal spaces
    ligature director
  14. what is a contoured metal wire that provides force by guiding teeth and movement during orthodontic treatment
    arch wire
  15. how many periodontal diseases are there
  16. what is it called when a patient has inflamed gingiva most often causing bleeding
  17. what is the sticky tooth colored film present on teeth that forms from bacteria and its by product
  18. what is the inflammatory disease of the gingival tissue that involves the loss of supporting bone
  19. which class of furcation involvement shows the entrance of furcation being clinically visible due to recession of the gingiva
    class IV (4)
  20. what are the two most common sights for calculus to form
    the buccal of the maxillary molars and the lingual of the anterior of the mandibular
  21. what can the premature loss of a primary tooth cause
  22. what are supernumerary teeth
    extra teeth
  23. which radiograph shows both the upper and lower arches, the jaw, roots of the teeth, and the sinuses
  24. name 3 things that a case presentation will include
    radiographs (x-rays), diagnostic models, photographs
  25. what does congenitally missing mean
    missing since birth
  26. the use of acrylic aligners instead of metal braces is a part of what orthodontic system
  27. what class occlusion of the mesial buccal cusp of the maxillary first permanent molar occludes with a mesial buccal groove of the mandibular first molar
    class I
  28. a community of microorganisms that accumulates on surfaces inside moist environments such as dental unit waterlines, allowing bacteria, fungi, and viruses to multiply,  which can increase a patients susceptibility to transmissible diseases
  29. combination of calcium and phosphate salts from saliva that mix with plaque to form hard deposits on tooth surfaces (also known as tartar)
  30. a fluid type substance that forms as a result of the inflammatory process
  31. loss of interradicular bone between multirooted teeth as a result of periodontal infection
    furcation involvement
  32. surgical removing of gingival tissue
  33. inflammation of the gingival with bleeding
  34. surgical reshaping of the gingival tissue
  35. the removal of calculus, plaque, and its by products from the coronal and root surfaces and tissue wall and pocket to promote healing
    periodontal debridement
  36. a sulcus that has deepened beyond three millimeters due to some type of pathology
    periodontal pocket
  37. apical migration of the gingival margin leading to exposure of the cementoenamel junction
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chapter 14,45, 50
2015-12-14 17:42:06
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