Test 2 Part 2

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  1. What is the sequence for practice positioning
    • Operator Clock Position
    • Patient Positioning
    • Equipment Position (light)
    • Operator Non-Dominant Hand
    • Operator Dominant Hand
  2. Eyes should be approximately _____ from the patients mouth
    15 to 22 inches
  3. What is Adaptation
    Position the first 1 to 2 mm of the working end against the tooth surface
  4. What is angulation
    • Correct angulation is achieved by tilting the lower shank toward the tooth surface
    • This creates a face-to-tooth surface angulation of 70 to 80-degrees
  5. What is pivoting
    rolling of instruments
  6. Direct vision
    The clinician looks directly at the tooth without the aid of a mouth mirror
  7. Indirect vision
    The clinician uses a mouth mirror to view a tooth surface or intraoral structure that cannot be seen directly
  8. Fulcrum
    A stationary support or rest that is placed on hard or soft tissue
  9. The goal of a neutral neck is a head tilt of ___ to ___ degrees
    0 to 20
  10. The ideal diameter of an instrument for comfort and best tactile sensitivity
    3/8
  11. What is the design number of an instrument
    identifies the working-ends (example: 1 and 2)
  12. Simple shank will appear to be
    straight
  13. The terminal shank is also called the
    lower shank
  14. The functional shank begins _______ and extends to the ______ in the shank ________ the handle
    • below the working end
    • last bend
    • nearest
  15. Where is the terminal shank on an instrument
    Below the working end to the first bend
  16. Where are the thumb and the index finger positioned with a modified pen grasp
    opposite each other near the junction of the handle and shank
  17. What indicates that a grasp is too tight
    blanched fingers
  18. What is the function of the middle finger
    To rest lightly on the shank
  19. What instrument is the H6/7
    Anterior scaler
  20. What instrument is the gracey 1/2
    Anterior currette
  21. What instrument is the gracey 7/8 and where is it used
    • Currette
    • Buccal, lingual surfaces of posterior teeth
  22. What instrument is the gracey 11/12 and where is it used
    • Posterior curet
    • distal line angle to the mesial surface
  23. What instrument is the gracey 13/14 and what is it used for
    • Posterior curet
    • distal line angle to the distal
  24. What instrument is the barnhart 5/6 and where is it used
    • Universal curet
    • Anterior and posterior teeth
  25. What instrument is the 204S and where is it used
    • Posterior sickle
    • Posterior teeth mesial/distal supra
  26. What is wrist activation
    Rotating the hand and wrist as a unit to create an instrument stroke
  27. Which instruments do we place at the distal line angle to determine the correct end
    • 11/12 Explorer
    • 204S scaler
    • 13/14 gracey
    • place the instrument so that the distal surface of the tooth is located on the inside surface of the V-shaped bend in the instrument
  28. Where are the supraclavicular lymph nodes located
    Above the clavicle
  29. Where are the preauricular lymph nodes located
    In front of the ears
  30. Where are the postauricular lymph nodes located
    Behind the ears
  31. How many lymph nodes are in the neck
    170-200
  32. We record the extra/intra findings under what tab in the computer
    Head
  33. Occlusion findings are recorded in what tab in the computer
    Other

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Test 2 Part 2
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2016-10-06 15:07:26
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