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The sensitive, living tissue within the tooth is
pulp
Calculus is
hardened plaque
Untreated gingivitis can result in
periodontitis
Strabismus is
crossed eyes
The malleus, incus, add stapes are
bones of the ear
The external auditory canal helps you
hear
Rods are receptors that allow vision
in dim light
Myopia is
farsightedness
The most common nocommunicable disease in the United States is
tooth decay
Which of the following is NOT a cause of malocclusion
eating sugar
True or False
Binaural hearing is the ability to determan the direction sound comes from.
True
True or False
The cochlea resembles a sea shell.
True
True or False
A person with 20/200 vision is considered legally blind.
True
The vitreous humor concerns telling jokes.
False
True or False
When the pupil contracts, it gets smaller
True
If you eat sweets, it is better for your teeth if you eat themm all at once
True
More than 40 million Americans have already lost a tooth dur to disease
False
Only diamonds surpass enamel in hardness amoung natural substances
True
The pupil is the hole through which light passes
True
Conjunctivitis is similar to an earache
False
Stirrup-shaped bone
stapes
hereditary ear disease
otosclerosis
gives color to eye
iris
white of eyes
sclera
produce tears
lacrimal glands
bad breath
halitosis
most common cause of tooth loss
periodontal disease
covers crown of tooth
enamel
visible part of tooth
crown
area around tooth
periodontium