Which of the following bones form the forehead?
The midline depression above the upper lip is known as?
C. Labiomental Groove
D. Tubercle of the Lip
What is the non-bony portion of the palate known as?
A. Hard Palate
D. Soft Palate
The ___________ is a non-bony muscular projection that hangs from the midline at the posterior of the soft palate.
The top surface of the tongue is known as the _____________ surface.
Which arch in the mouth contains 16 teeth?
D. A and B
The area from the CEJ to the cusp tips is known as _______________.
A. clinical crown
B. anatomical crown
C. root canal
D. apex of the crown
What is the hardest substance in the body?
Which type of substance in the tooth continues to grow throughout the lifetime of the tooth?
C. Secondary Dentin
D. Nerves and Blood Vessels
Which one of the tooth components has an equivalent hardness to bone?
D. Dentin tubules
Which teeth have a cutting edge?
Which tooth appears in the permanent dentition but not in the primary dentition?
B. Lateral incisors
C. Central incisors
Which teeth are responsible for grinding food?
A. Primary incisors
Which surface is known as the chewing surface of posterior teeth?
How many teeth comprise the primary dentition?
A dentition that is not aligned in a normal functional relationship is termed as in ________________.
C. mass occlusion
D. dominant occlusion
Which tissue in the periodontium is not attached to the tooth and forms a collar around the tooth?
A. Attached gingiva
B. Marginal gingiva
C. Free gingiva
D. Gingival ligament
The tooth is attached to the underlying bone through which of the following?
A. Periodontal fibers
B. Attached gingiva
C. Cementum fibers
D. Bone projections
The inter and outer surfaces of the alveolar bone are made up of ___________.
A. Spongy bone
B. Cortical plates
D. Oblique fibers
The wall of the tooth socket is lined by what type of bone?
C. Lamina dura