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what is another word for maximum intercuspation?
centric occlusion
What is another word for mandibular movements?
excursive or eccentric movements
In general, which max and mand cusps are supporting cusps?
-max ling
-mand bucc
what is another word for supporting cusp?
centric holding, functional, stamp cusp
In general which max and mand cusps are the guiding cusps?
-max buccal
-mand ling
What is another word for guiding cusps?
non-functional and shear cusps
In the normal alignment of teeth, where are mand teeth positioned in relation to the max teeth?
each mand tooth is positioned both lingual and mesial to its maxillary couterpart
What are the two primary forms of occlusion?
-cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion

-cusp-to-fossa occlusion
In cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion, where does the mand first premolar buccal cusp contact?
the marginal ridges of the maxillary canine and maxillary first premolar
In cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion,where does the mandibular second premolar buccal cusp contact?
the marginal ridges of the maxillary first premolar and the max second premolar
In cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion,where does the mandibular first molar contact?
the marginal ridges of the max second premolar and the max first molar
In cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion,where does the distobuccal cusp of the mandibular first molar contact?
the central fossa of the max first molar
In cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion, where does the mesiobuccal cusp of the mandibular second molar contact?
the marginal ridges of the maxillary first and second molars
In cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion,where does the distobuccal cusp of the mandibular second molar contact?
the central fossa of the maxillary second molar
When drawing cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion, what is the pattern?
-Max, all marginal ridges (except the distal last molar) and two central fossas of molars

-mand,all marginal ridges starting between the premolars and two central fossas of molars
In cusp-to-fossa and cusp to marginal ridge occlusion, a corespondin cusp to marginal ridge pattern occurs except for where?
-the mesiolingual cusp of the maxillary first molar contacts in the central fossa of the mandibular first molar

-the mesiolingual cusp of the maxillary second molar contacts the central fossa of teh mandibular second molar
In cusp-to-fossa,where does the buccal cusp of the mandibular first premolar contact?
the mesial fossa of the maxillary first premolar
In cusp-to-fossa occlusion, where does the buccal cusp of the mandibular second premolar contact?
the mesial fossa of the maxillary second premolar
In cusp-to-fossa occlusion, where does the mesiobuccal cusp of the mandibular first molar contact?
the mesial fossa of the maxillary first molar
In cusp-to-fossa occlusion, where does the distobuccal cusp of the mandibular first molar contact?
the central fossa of the maxillary first molar
In cusp-to-fossa occlusion, where does the mesiobuccal cusp of the mandibular second molar contact?
the mesial fossa of the maxillary second molar
In cusp-to-fossa occlusion, where does the distobuccal cusp of the mandibular second molar contact?
the central fossa of the maxillary second molar
What are border movements?
the maximal extent the mandible can move in any direction
What are functional movements?
normal functions of the mandible
What are the two primary movements that the TMJ is capable of making?
rotation and translation
What is rotation?
hinge movement
What is translation?
sliding movement
If you thrust your jaw forward as far as it will go, what is that called? (A)
maximum protrusive
If your teeth are together normally, what is it called? (B)
-maximum intercuspation
-maximun intercuspation position
-centric occlusion
If your teeth are end to end, what is it called? (C)
-retruded contact position
-centric relation contact
If your jaw is slightly open and pulled back towards your head, what is it called? (C-F)
-hinge axis movement
-rotation in centric relation (CR)
If your jaw is open as wide as it will go, what is it called? (D)
maximum opening
If your jaw is open normally, what is it called? (E)
normal opening and closing
As the mandible moves to the right, what type of position is the rt and lft side of the mandible in?
-rt= laterotrusion
-lft= mediotrusion
As the mandible moves to the right, what type of movement is the rt and lft side of the mandible doing?
rt= laterotrusive movement
lft= mediotrusive movement
What is the laterotrusive side of the mandible known as when chewing?
working side, because when chewing the mandible moves to the side of the food
What is the mediotrusive side of the mandible known as when chewing?
-non-working side
-balancing side