Ch11

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Ch11
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  1. Natural teeth in the dental arch are the
    dentition
  2. Baby or primary teeth are called
    deciduous
  3. The natural contact of the maxillary and mandibular teeth in all positions is termed
    occlusion
  4. Permanent teeth that replace primary teeth are
    succedaneous teeth
  5. The teeth in the front of the mouth are called the
    anterior
  6. The upper jaw is the
    maxilla
  7. The lower jaw is the
    mandible
  8. A "blank" is one fourth of the dentition
    quadrant
  9. A "blank" is one sixth of the dentition
    sextant
  10. The "blank" is the surface of the tooth toward the midline.
    mesial surface
  11. The "blank" is the surface of the tooth distant from the midline
    distal surface
  12. The chewing surface of the teeth is the
    masticatory surface
  13. The "blank" is the area between adjacent tooth surfaces
    interproximal space
  14. An "blank" is a triangular space in the gingival direction between the proximal surfaces of the two adjoining teeth in contact
    embrasure
  15. Teeth are in "blank" when there is maximum contact between the occluding surfaces of the maxillary and mandibular teeth.
    centric occlusion
  16. Teeth are in "blank" when the teeth contact during bitting and chewing movements.
    functional occlusion
  17. "blank" is an abnormal or malpositioned relationship of the maxillary teeth to the mandibular teeth when they are in centric occlusion.
    malocclusion
  18. The "blank" is the curvature formed by the maxillary and mandibular arches in occlusion.
    Curve of Spee

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