DEN 101-CH 13 & 14 TESSST!!!

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DEN 101-CH 13 & 14 TESSST!!!
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  1. What restoration would be charted as outlined with swervy lines?
    Stainless Steel Crown
  2. Which system is denoted by 1 for the upper right quadrant?
    ISO
  3. What has wings on the pontic, and they are attached to the lingual sides of the abutment teeth?
    Maryland bridge
  4. What is the name of the prosthetic device to replace missing teeth and it has metal framework and artificial teeth?
    Partial denture
  5. The abbreviation for MODBL stands for what? Write it out.
    Mesio-occluso-disto-bucco-lingual
  6. Identify Universal & FDI

    PERMANENT MAXILLARY LEFT 1st MOLAR
    UN: 14 FDI: #26
  7. What has metal on the framework and clasps that grasp the existing teeth. It is also made with acrylic teeth?
    Cast partial
  8. A numbering system is used to indicate how many millimeters the tooth moves and is recorded in Roman numerals or _____ to ______
    0 to 4
  9. What would a dentist do for the patient if they had an incipient lesion?
    Just watch it and chart that they are "watching it"
  10. What is a healthy sulcus depth?
    1 to 3 millimeters
  11. Gold crowns are charted ???
    Diagonal lines
  12. Restorations that need to be charted are in what color?
    Red
  13. TRUE OR FALSE

    A MOD restoration is a compound cavity restoration?
    FALSE--

    A MOD restoration is a complex cavity restoration.
  14. Class Six (VI) is on the ____________ surface of a mandibular molar due to abrasion.
    occlusal
  15. Class _____ could be a lingual pit near the cingulum of the maxillary incisor.
    1
  16. In the Universal system, the mandibular left second deciduous molar is K or __________?
    D-11
  17. If a tooth is fractured but caused no discomfort to the patient or not affecting the patient's performance, the dentist may decide not to restore it, How would you notate this on the chart?
    By marking it as a fracture in blue
  18. Identify Universal, & FDI

    PERMANENT MAXILLARY RIGHT CENTRAL INCISOR
    UN: 8 FDI: #11
  19. The examination technique in which the examiner uses his or her fingers and hands to feel for size, texture, and consistency of hard and soft tissue is called???
    Palpation
  20. All existing restorations are charted in _________.
    Blue
  21. The _________ surface refers to the surface that is toward the midline.
    Mesial
  22. The sharp, biting edge of the anterior teeth is referred to as?
    Incisal
  23. Vitals do not include __________.
    weight
  24. What does FGC stand for?
    Full gold crown
  25. Name the three things that the software programs used for charting can card for perio conditions.
    *Dentition

    *Occlusion

    *Tissue
  26. Certain patients may be identified for "premedication".
    Name an example.
    Prophylactic Antibiotic (Heart)
  27. The medical history contains questions about ???

    Name examples.
    Past surgeries, systemic diseases, injuries, and/or allergies
  28. The allergies that are a main concern are related to
    _____________, ___________, and/or ____________.
    anesthetics, latex, antibiotics
  29. Looking at the patient's face for symmetry is the _______ ________ in the oral inspection.
    first step
  30. Why are should you examine a patient's lips?
    For cracking & dryness
  31. What is the smile line?
    where the lips are when the patient smiles
  32. How would you examine the floor of the patient's mouth?
    You would examine the floor of the patient's mouth while it is closed.
  33. What is the vermillion border?
    The line around the lip
  34. What does TMJ stand for?
    Temporomandibular joint
  35. What are the commissures?
    The corners of the lips
  36. What numbering system am i....

    Each permanent tooth has its own number, starting from the maxillary right third molar as #1 and moving clockwise to the max. left 3rd molar as #16.
    Universal/National System for numbering
  37. What does M stand for?
    Mesial
  38. What does LI stand for?
    Linguo-incisal
  39. What does DL stand for?
    Disto-lingual
  40. How would Occlusal amalgam restoration look....
    OPENED or CLOSED?

    BLUE or RED?
    • CLOSED
    • BLUE
  41. What does a Porcelain Veneer look if it is charted?
    The tooth is outlined in blue.
  42. If a tooth is "partially impacted and must be removed" what would it look like on a chart?
    • Circled around the whole tooth and root in BLUE
    • Also, a single red line around the tooth and ROOT
  43. A gap is also known as a ____________.
    diastema
  44. How many original standard classifications of the cavities were first developed by G.V. Black?
    Five
  45. In this numbering system, the permanent teeth are numbered 1-8 in each quadrant.
    Palmer
  46. Name the class.....

    Caries in pit and fissures
    Class One
  47. Numbering system that has 1 for the upper right quadrant.
    FDI
  48. Name the class....

    Two or more surfaces posterior
    Class 2
  49. Name the class....

    Interproximal surface of anterior
    Class 3
  50. What numbering system uses brackets?
    Palmer
  51. What does furcation look like on a chart?
    a dot
  52. What two things can dentures be made of?
    • *Acrylic
    • *Porcelain
  53. What is a clasp?
    little hook
  54. What are cast partials?
    Metal framework mainly on the lingual.
  55. TRUE OR FALSE

    The geometric chart shows the teeth as circles?
    TRUE
  56. Class 6 is due abrasion because of __________.
    bruxism
  57. What is a flipper?
    A retainer with one tooth that fits in the pallate.
  58. This posterior & hooks to both adjacent teeth?
    Nesbit
  59. Where would a sealant be placed?
    On the occlusal surface--pits & fissure--

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