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22 Cards in this Set

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The portion of the tooth covered with enamel is known as the
The largest salivary glands are
The glands that lie on the floor of the mouth are the
The glands that lie on either side of the tongue are called
The frenum is
A narrow band of tissue that connects two structures
The gag reflex is the
Protective mechanism that prevents foreign objects from entering the throat
There are ________bones in the cranium
8 eight bones in the cranium
There are _________bones in the face
14 fourteen bones in the face
The duct that comes of the parotid gland is called
Stensen's duct
The duct that comes off the sublingual gland is called
Whartons duct
Spongy bone is called
cancellous bone
Muscle origin is the place where the
muscle begins
Muscle insertion is the place where the muscle
Compresses the cheeks against the teeth
Orbicularis orsis
Closes and puckers the lips and is also known as the kissing muscle
Zygomatic major
Draws the angles of the mouth upward and backward during laughing
The portion of the tooth covered with enamel is known as the
anatomical crown
The substance that covers the root of the tooth is called
Cementum covers the outside root of the tooth
Compresses the cheeks against the teeth
All existing restorations are charted in what color
Restorative work that need to be done is charted in what color
All of the following are true regarding abbreviations and symbols are true EXCEPT:
A. Abbreviations and symbols are used to record existing and needed treatment.

B. Abbreviations and symbols can vary among offices

C. Abbreviations and symbols are not universal throughout the dental field.

D. Abbreviations and symbols do not vary with different dentists.
C. Is wrong
Abbreviations and symbols ARE universal through-out the dental field.