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  1. The oral healthcare providers who must be licensed to practice are the dentist and the _______________.
  1. The individual who fabricates dentures for patients who have lost all their teeth is a description of a primary duty of what oral healthcare occupation?
  1. Should a patient require specialized diagnosis and treatment for a disease of the supporting and surrounding tissues of the teeth, to which dental specialist would she or he likely be referred?
  1. A dentist, dental hygienist, dental assistant, office support staff and dental laboratory technician who work together to meet the many varied dental and orally-related needs of a dental patient are collectively called ____________.
  1. Which of the following designates a dentist educated to a higher level and capable of a higher level of practice?
  1. Who has total responsibility for determining what functions and services may be legally performed by a dental hygienist?
  1. Ms. Sue Smith was referred to a pediatric dentist by her dentist.  Which of the following would most likely be true about Ms. Smith?
  1. A specialty of dentistry that uses imaging and associated technology for the diagnosis and management of a range of diseases affecting the mouth, jaws and related areas of the head and neck is called ____________.
  1. The body responsible for accreditation of dental hygiene education programs is the _______________.
  1. If someone is said to be practicing dentistry, the most correct interpretation would be that he or she _______________.
  1. The space or crevice between the surface of a tooth and the epithelium lining the free gingiva would be called the ____________.
  1. On the facial side of a tooth, a line where the attached gingiva and the alveolar mucosa come together is termed ____________.
  1. Iatrogenic indicates ____________.
  1. A synonym for swelling is ____________.
  1. Labial indicates the ____________.
  1. The distal portion of a tooth would be toward the ____________.
  1. A polite word for pus is ____________.
  1. If a person has a tooth removed, he or she has had a (an) ____________.
  1. If a man ate a candy bar, he is eating something that is ____________.
  1. From the anatomic structures below, identify which is (are) moveable.
  1. Neopathy would most likely mean:
  1. The most accurate meaning of mucoma would be:
  1. Lingulogy would refer to ____________.
  1. Aitis could possibly mean:
  1. Erythodont refers to a tooth of what color?
  1. Glycophilia would best describe the condition of someone who loves ____________.
  1. Sialoscope would be an instrument that would allow one to view ____________.
  1. Xerodont would indicate a tooth that is ____________.
  1. Odontectomy would indicate a procedure in which a tooth had been ____________.
  1. Peristomia would indicate a position ____________.