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Chapter 4 / Exercise 19
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18. Continuous heavy forces employed in moving teeth may cause 1. resorption of cementum 2. resorption of dentin 3. resorption of enamel 4. devitalization of teeth 5. undermining resorption of alveolar bone A. 1,2,3 B. 1,2,4,5*** C. 1,4,5 D. 2,4,5 E. All of the above
19. Which of the following state the correct sequence of eruption of the permanent dentition? 1. Maxillary canines usually erupt afterpremolars 2. Mandibular canines usually erupt beforepremolars 3. Mandibular central incisors may erupt at about the same time as first molars 4. Mandibular teeth usually erupt before maxillary teeth
20. Which of the following orthodontic problems should be treated in a preschool-age child? 1. Midline diastema 2. Severe bimaxillary protrusion 3. Habits that affect occlusion 4. Anterior crossbite 5. Maxillary arch constriction
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521. Cephalometric studies show that, on the average, 1. the mandible grows more slowly than the maxilla 2. the maxilla, during growth, is translated in a downward and forward direction 3. cranial base growth determines mandibular growth 4. mandibular growth continues after completion of maxillary growth
22. Which of the following kinds of measurements are used in cephalometric analysis? A. Linear (mm) B. Angular C. Proportions/ratios D. A and B only E. A, B and C **
23. Which of the following methods are used to study craniofacial growth?
24. Which of the following are sites of cartilaginous growth postnatally? 1. Spheno-occipital synchondrosis 2. mandibular condyle 3. frontomaxillary suture 4. nasal septum 5. alveolar process
25. At what age do children generally experience the most rapid growth?
626. An individual had well-aligned lower incisors at age 11. What might you expect to see when this person was age 39 (with or without orthodontic treatment)? A. No change in the alignment of the lower incisors B. Mild to moderate crowding of the lower incisors *** C. Severe crowding of the lower incisors D. Spacing of the lower incisors

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