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The Teeth and Supporting Structures

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Rest you cursor over the images for the answers.
erosion - chemical wear of the tooth

attrition - some attrition is normal over time

abrasion= mechanical (toothbrush)

Tooth Surface?

Incisal surface , Facial surface
Biting surface is called? Surface closest to lips is the?

Tooth surface?

Tooth surface?

Tooth surface?

A=quadrant #1  B=#2  C=#4  D=#3

A=crown, B= root, C= enamel, D= dentin
A,B,C, and D

E=pulp chamber,  F=cementum,  G=pulp canal
E, F, and G

H=alveolar bone and I=apical foramen
H and I

A-alveolar mucosa B=mucogingival junction
A and B

C=attached gingiva (this part is keratinized)

Click on image for answers, click back to return
Don't forget click "back" after viewing answers

Circular and transepptal (cementum to cementum)
What are these gingival fibers

A=pulp horns, B=pulp chamber, C= pulp canal
Name the parts of the pulp

A=alveolar crest, B=horizontal, C=interradicular
A, B and C (D&E next picture)

D=oblique and E=apical

I would love some feedback from you on this exercise.

Here is a pretty image I created.

See you in class! Mrs. P