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In a Class I occlusion the mesiobuccal cusp of which tooth functions in the __ groove of which tooth?
the maxillary 1st molar
buccal cusp
the mandibular 1st molar
What teeth do you look at to classify a patients occlusion if the molars are missing?
the max and mand canines
If the patient is missing the 1st molars and you need to look at the canines to determine the occlusal class what are you looking for?
the cusp tip of the max canine occludes in the embrasure between the mand canine and the mand 1st premolar
Normal Oclusion demonstrates a ____ganthic profile
Orthoganthic
The mandible is pused back in this distocclusal class
Class II
Distocclusion demonstrates a ___ganthic profile
retroganthic
In a Class II distocclusion the ___of the mand/max 1st molar is distal to the ___ cusp of the mand/max 1st permanent molar by at least the width of a ___ tooth.
buccal cusp
mandibular
mesiobuccal
maxillary
premolar
A __occlusion or Class __, the mandible is pushed forward
mesio
III
the ___ of the mand/max 1st permanent molar is mesial to the __ cusp of the mand/max 1st molar by the width of a __tooth
buccal cusp
mandibular
mesiobuccal
maxillary
Mesiocclusion demonstrates a __ganthic profile
Proganthic
if the occlusion is not the width of a full permolar, but is not completely in line how would we write it?
you would circle the occlusal class then draw an arrow to the next class to show that the mandible has tendencies of the next class
Class II is divided into __ categories
II
In this div of class II distocclusion the incisal edges of the max cen and lat incisors are lined up OR the laterals are behind the centrals
Division I
in this div of Class II distocclusion the max lat incisors are facial to the max central incisors
Division II
primary maxilary molars have _ roots
3
the most frequently missing teeth
# 7 and # 10
maxilary
the 2nd most frequently missing teeth
# 20 and # 29
In this div of class II distocclusion the incisal edges of the max cen and lat incisors are lined up OR the laterals are behind the centrals
Division I
in this div of Class II distocclusion the max lat incisors are facial to the max central incisors
Division II
primary maxilary molars have _ roots
3
the most frequently missing teeth
# 7 and # 10
maxilary
the 2nd most frequently missing teeth
# 20 and # 29
which type of bite usually occurs in Class III mesiocclusions?
underbite

anterior crossbite
incisal edgees occlude
edge to edge bite
molars in cusp to cusp occlusion as viewed from a buccal surface
end to end bite
posterior teeth are in normal occlusion but the anterior teeth do not meet incisally.
open bite

thumb suckers
position of incisal edge within the incisal third of the facial surface of the mandibular incisor
normal overbite
the incisal edge of the maxillary tooth is within the cervical third of the facial surface of the mandibular incisor
deep anterior overbite