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2011-04-28 01:35:05
MDT Dental

Dental MDT
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  1. Is formed by epithelial cells and lose thier functional ability when the crown of the tooth is complete
  2. What protects the dentin
  3. WHat is the primary constituent of the teeth
  4. A calcified connective tissue that has the ability for constant growth and repair and reacts to physiologic and pathologic stimuli
  5. Portion of the tooth that faces towards the lips or cheek
  6. Term used to describe the surface of the anterior tooth that faces the lips
  7. Refers to the proximal surface closest to the midline of the arch
  8. Horizontal surfaces of the premolars and molars
    Occusal surfaces
  9. A common complication associated with needle anestesia
    Possible needle breakage
  10. What is the IDC dental responsibility to the commanding officer
    • Coordinating annual oral exams for all active duty personnel
    • Coordinate dental appointments for those who do not meet standards
    • training crew on dental hygiene and appropriate diet
  11. Patients requiring emergent, urgent treatment, not ususally worldwide deployable
    Class 3
  12. What are the two basic techniques for anesthetic injection
    • infiltration
    • mandibular block
  13. What is the abnormal loosening of a tooth without displacement
  14. What is displacement of a tooth
  15. Displacement of the tooth deeper into the alvelor bone
    Intrusive luxation
  16. Partial displacement of the tooth out of the socket
    Extrusive Luxation
  17. displacement of a tooth directly in a direction other than axially
    Lateral luxation
  18. Complete removal of a tooth from its socket
  19. A fracture to a tooth that involves dentin and enamel but no pulp
    Uncomplicated Crown fracture
  20. Fractures that involve the enamel, dentin and pulp
    Complicated fractures
  21. The technique used to reduce the dislocation
    bimanual distraction
  22. What is the tx for a dental avulsion
    clean and place the tooth back into the socket and splint it, refer them to dental
  23. S/Sx include sharp, intermittent pain caused by temperature changes, biting and other external stimuli
    Reversible pulpitis
  24. Apon examination you notice an abscess in which the uvula is displaced away from it is
  25. A condition peculiar to the mandibular molars, with pain refering to the ear, after removal of the tooth
    • Local alveolar osteitis
    • (Dry socket)
  26. A viral condition with lesions localized to gingival areas, primary lesions covering the soft tissue of oral cavity, lesions will be halo like, pt complaining of fever maliase
    Herpetic gingivostomatitis
  27. Exam may reveal white to yellow raised plaques in the mouth, that can be scraped off but may leave small wounds, tx is to treat underlying cause so it can respond to nystantin
  28. Ill defined, bluish-white linear lesions, may appear retculated or lacy and eventually coalesce and increase in size
    Lichen planus
  29. white plaque that does not rub off, usually hyperkeratotic
  30. Sx is clicking and popping sound when the mouth is open
    Internal Joint derangement of TMJ
  31. Results from a spasm in the masticator muscle, pt complaints of soreness with palpitation, and limit on opening mouth, also jaw may deviate upon opening
    Myofacial pain syndrome
  32. Patient complains of painful red gums, sometimes bleeding, notes that he/she does not brush thier teeth daily
  33. results from unresolved gingivitis
  34. contains the peridontal ligament, gingiva, cementum and aveolar bone
  35. Localized purulent inflammation of the peridontal tissue, a painful edematous, erythemic, shiny ovoid elevation of the gingival margin
    Periodontal abscess
  36. A regular minor injury to the tooth supporting structure without loosening or displacement of tooth
  37. A painful ulcer with a gray center and ereythemous halo found as seperate lesion or moveable mucosa
    Apthous Ulcers
  38. Placing triamcimolone is the treatment for
    Apthous ulcer
  39. bacterial infection of the gingiva that is characterized by a foul odor, painful bleeding gingivia and white psuedomembrane
    Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis (NUG)
  40. This structure is what holds the tooth in its socket
    peridontal ligament