1. The area where two teeth are touching is known as the ____________ surface.
  1. The surface of the teeth that is referred to as the cheek side.
  1. How many teeth are in the primary dentition?
  1. The relationship between the maxillary and mandibular teeth, when the teeth are touching and the mouth is gently closed, is known as what?
  1. Which teeth are responsible for tearing food?
  1. If a demineralization area (white spot lesion) on the enamel of a tooth is not treated, it will develop into a cavity.
  1. Gingivitis involves the gum tissue and bone loss around the tooth.
  1. Periodontal disease is irreversible and involves bone loss around the tooth.
  1. Initial periodontal therapy includes which of the following procedures?
  1. Extrinsic stains on the teeth can be due to which of the following?
  1. What are the tiny bundle of fibers that hold the tooth in the socket?
  1. The space between the gingiva and the tooth that is not attached to the tooth is called?
  1. Which are clinical signs of gingivitis?
  1. Culturing bacteria from the oral cavity in a dish in the laboratory is an example of what type of study?
  1. Which of the following restorations is the strongest?
  1. Bridges can be made of gold or porcelain and are connected to what?
  1. Which of the following crystals are the most resistant to demineralization and decay?
  1. Tooth whitening or bleaching can be accomplished through which of the following method(s)?
  1. Which clinical signs are associated with periodontitis?
  1. Starting anterior and moving posterior, which order of teeth is correct?
  1. Primary dentition does not include which type of tooth?
  1. Which tooth surface is closest to the midline?
  1. Which tooth surface of the anterior teeth is nearest the lips?
  1. Which tooth surface of the posterior teeth is closest to the cheek?
  1. Which of the following types of fluoride are typically used in the dental office?