The anatomical landmark that is important when administering local anesthesia

The anatomical landmark that is important when

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The anatomical landmark that is important when administering local anesthesia on the mandibular nerve is the o Mandibular foramina The narrow portion of the tooth where the crown and the root join is commonly called o Cervix Which body system contains sensory receptors for heat, cold, touch and pain o Integumentary There are _____ bones in the face o 14 Which facial bone forms the lower and outer edges of the orbit and joins the maxilla at its anterior edge o Zygomatic Bones A channel for the veins within the skull is called the o Cavernous sinus There are ____ bones in the adult human skeleton o 206 The organ that filters urinary wastes from the bloodstream is the: o Kidney Each crown is divided into horizontal thirds, select the appropriate terminology for anterior teeth o Occlusal, middle and cervical Gingival tissue between the proximal surfaces of adjacent teeth is referred to as: o Interproximal space The articular disc of the temporomandibular joint is attached (in front) to the: o Posterior (articular) tubercle The nerve that supplies the maxillary incisors and cuspid is the o Anterior superior alveolar nerve Which of the following is not a part of the ramus of the mandible? o Mental foramen The horizontal of the overbite of the teeth is called:
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o Overjet When discussing the maxillary first molar, the terms “mesiolingual cusp” and “distolingual cusp” were used. To what do these terms refer? o Oblique groove A _____ is a “fault occurring along developmental groove.” o Fissure The tissues which form the upper and lower boundaries of the oral vestibule comprise the: o Mucobuccal folds A tooth is suspended in its socket by fibrous connective tissue called the: o Periodontal ligament Which of the following is the larger tooth? o Mandibular first molar Mandibular molars generally have _____ roots o Two The _____ normally erupt at age 6 or 7 and contain many pits and fissures o First molar Select the tooth ridge that is most important for charting and for operative dentistry o Oblique ridge Select the molar with a distal cusp (a fifth cusp) on the occlusal surface. It has developmental grooves not found on other molars. o Mandibular first molar Blood vessels and nerves enter the pulp of a tooth through the: o Apical foramen The digestion process is completed in the: o Small intestine Which salivary gland has an opening that is easily noted because of a high elevation of mucous membrane o Parotid
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Exam 2 - Dental Materials Which of the following dental materials is the result of gypsum being subjected to heat in an open vat? o Plaster of Paris Select the process that relieves stresses and strains caused by cold working and restores slipped atoms to their regular arrangement.
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