Final Review

  1. MIP (formerly called _______) is the position of the mandible  when the teeth are _______. It is a _______ generated position
    • centric occlusion
    • interdigitating
    • tooth
  2. _______ is the position of the mandible when the condyles and articular disc (on both sides) are in proper alignment and they are at the most ______ and ______ position on the eminence.
    • Centric relation
    • posterior and superior
  3. The balancing side is the side the
    jaw moves away from
  4. Incisal guidance- In a protrusive move, the mandibular anterior teeth's incisal edges slide on the lingual surfaces of the maxillary anterior teeth while all the posterior teeth _______.
    disclude
  5. On the temporary, the marks should be on buccal cusps of ______ and the lingual cusps of the ________
    lower teeth

    upper teeth

    **No Bull
  6. Rotation- ________of opening, the condyles __________
    first 20 mm. millimeters (approx.)  

    remain up in mandibular fossa (condyle rotates on the disc)
  7. Gliding or _______ is ________
    • translation
    • opening wide 35 to 4mm
  8. The original formula of perio packs all contain
    ZOE
  9. The smaller the suture the _______ the number
    larger
  10. Needles are usually ______ and don't have an ________
    • stainless steel
    • eye
  11. Image Upload 1
    Palpation: biting pressure
  12. Reversible pulpitis typically hurts to ______ but not to ______
    cold

    hot
  13. Irreversible pulpitis is sensitive to _____
    hot
  14. The canals of the root are flushed with
    sodium hypochlorite
  15. Obturation
    completely filling canal space to prevent the regrowth of bacteria and reinfection of the tooth
  16. Nitrous oxide is a _______ gas
    non-halogenated
  17. The blood-gas solubility coefficient of N2O is ______, which means that 100 mL of blood dissolves ___ mL of N2O
    0.47

    47
  18. The average patient requires ___% of nitrous oxide in oxygen with a range of ______%.
    35

    10 to 50
  19. With nitrous oxide time seems to pass
    quickly
  20. Maximum allowable contamination in health care environment is ___ ppm
    50
  21. Oxygen cannot be lowered to less than _____ L at all times in most units and the flowmeter limits the concentration of N2O to ____%.
    2 to 3

    70
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Final Review
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Final Review
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