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OVERVIEW:1.This tooth surface is toward the midline.A) facial B) lingual C) distal D) mesial2.This is a large, rounded elevation of enamel. 3.Another term for primary teeth is the: 4.This tooth surface is toward the face. 5.How many erupted primary teeth does a 3-year-old child usually have?A) 10 B) 12 C) 16 D)20 6.The maxilla is an immovable arch. True False 7.Which portion of the tooth is covered by enamel and remains constant even if the patient undergoes gingival recession? 8.This is the innermost tissue of the tooth that contains blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerves. 9.The shallow, broad depression shown here is call a: 10.The period of time, approximately from 6 to 12 year of age, is the ___ dentition period.A) mixed B) primary C) permanent D) secondary 11.The biting surface of an anterior tooth is called12.This tissue is the hardest calcified tissue of the tooth.
13.Which of the following divides each dental arch into quadrants? 14.The chewing surface of a posterior tooth is call the:A) incisal B) mesial C) distal D) occlusal ORAL CAVITY & PHARYNX 1.A midline depression on the dorsal surface of the tongue is called the2.Which of the following folds or grooves of tissue are located on the floor of the mouth?3.The root of the mature and fully erupted tooth is composed of4.The line of demarcation between the attached gingiva and the alveolar mucosa is theA) mucogingival junction B) mucobuccal fold C) interdental gingiva D) marginal gingiva 5.Which of the following orofacial structures contains the alveolus of a tooth?