NBE Restorative 5

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Section 1

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SeptumVertical cartilage dividing nasal cavity into two chambers, responsible for asymmetry of nose; the right chamber is slightly larger
Serrated Notched on the edge like a saw
SeverTo cut or break open or apart; disjoin
ShadeA hue into which various quantities of black are mixed; the darkened hue, as contrasted with a whitened hue
ShadowSurfaces that do not lie at right angles to the source of illumination or are obscured by other surfaces and which reflect little or no light

Section 2

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SheenShine; as of the reflection of natural oils of the skin
ShampooA preparation to be used for cleansing the hair; the act of cleansing hair
Sides of NoseLateral walls of the nose
Simple FractureOne in which the broken bone does not pierce the skin
SingeTo burn superficially, as the hair that shows partial destruction from scorching heat

Section 3

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Soft WaxSurface restorer
SolventA substance (usually liquid) capable of, or used in, dissolving something
SpatulaA flat, blunt, knife-like instrument used for mixing cosmetics and modeling; a palette knife
SpectrumVisible band; the original standard of color; the progressive arrangement of colors (ROYGBIV) seen when a beam of white light is broken down into component colors
SplintAn appliance as of wood, metal, etc..used to keep in place or protect a displaced or moveable part

Section 4

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Spray CosmeticA liquid cosmetic compounded so that it can be atomized to provide a rapid means of application
SpongeAn elastic, pourous mass of interlacing fibers that are permanently attached; remarkable for its power of absorbing water and being soft without losing strength
Squamaa recession in the temporal cavity
SquareA frontal head form in which the head is broad and exhibits very little curvature; the forehead is wid and the angles of the mandible are usually low
StainTo discolor with foreign matter; an area so discolred

Section 5

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Stain removerAny substance or agent that will cause an external discoloration to be removed or lessened
Starch (corn starch)Used as a dusting powder and an absorbent; used to form wax
SternocleidomastoidMuscle that rotates and depresses the neck
Stipple BrushA small, rounded, stiff brush, all bristles are the same length, used to stimulate pores on wax; a stencil brush
Straight Nasal Profile (Grecian)A nasal profile in which the dorsum exhibits a straight line from root to the tip; the most common nasal profile

Section 6

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SubcutaneousSituated or occurring beneath the skin
SubduedLowered in intensity or strength; reduced in fullness or color; muted
SubmandibularDescribing those portion which lie immediately inferior to the mandible
Submental SulcusThe junction of the base of the chin and the submandibular area, which may appear as a furrow
Subtractive MethodMethod of diminishing the wave lengths of light by superimposing two or more color transparencies over the same light source; the light is gradually by absorption of colors in the light

Section 7

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SulcusA furrow, wrinkle, or groove
SunkenSituated as a depression; concave
Supercilliary ArchesThe inferior part of the forehead just superior to the median ends of the eyebrows
Supercilium (superalea)Eyebrow
SuperiorAnatomically towards the head

Section 8

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Superior Integumentary LipThe portion between the base of the nose and the superior margin of the superior mucous membrane
Superior Palpebral SulcusThe furrow of the superior border of the eyelid
Supraorbital MarginsThe superior rim of the eye sockets
Surface FillerA material used to fill shallow depressions; which is softer and more pliable than wound filler
Surface RestorerA wax used to fill shallow depressions; which is softer and more pliable than wound filler

Section 9

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Surgical ReductionA treatment for swellings by which sub-surface tissues are removed, either in whole or in part by excision
SuspensionA substance in which particles of ground pigments are mixed with a fluid but are undissolved
SustainTo provide support for; to hold in a fixed position
SutureAct of sewing; also the completed stich
SwabA bit of cotton or cloth used for removing moisture or discharges from mucous membranes as well as for applying bleaches or liquid disinfectants

Section 10

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SwarthyA dark-colored complexion, as a face made swarthy by the tropical sun
SymmetryCorrespondence in size, shape, and relative position of parts that are on opposite sides of the face
TaperA form which recedes away from a given point; a form which becomes gradually smaller toward one end; to reduce gradually from the center
Temporal BoneInferior portion of the sides and base of the cranium, inferior to the parietal bones and anterior to the occipital bone
Temporal CavityThe concave surface of the head overlying the temporal bone
Temporalis MuscleCloses the mandible; controls the mastication and is the strongest chewing muscle

Section 11

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TenacityProperty of holding fast; adhesiveness
Terminationlimit; end
Tertiary hueThe color of two secondary colors or an unbalanced portion of complements with warm hue predominating, and being of the range of brown, grayed hues
Texturizing BrushA brush with relatively large tuft of good quality, fine bristles, such as black sable or finch; used to blend and stipple cosmetics or powder into the applied (cream) cosmetic and to clean out deposits impacted in pores
Third degree burnDestruction of cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues; seared, charred, or roasted tissues

Section 12

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Three Quarter ViewIn reference to a photo, a view which reveals the fullness of the cheeks
TintsA hue into which various quantities of white are mixed
Tinted PowdersA powder that is lightly colored with non-moisture absorbing pigemnts
TipThe termination of the forward projection of the nose
Tissue BuilderAny substance used to elevate sunken (emaciated) tissues to a normal level either by hypodermic injection or as a liquid modifier incorporated with the embalming fluid and injected arterially

Section 13

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TonesA hue mixed with either a small quantity of gray or the component of the hue, resulting in dulling the hue
ToupeeA small wig or patch of false hair covering a bald spot;a hairpiece
TragusElevation protecting the ear passage (external auditory meatus)
Transluscent Transmitting light but causing sufficient diffusion to eliminate perception of distinct images; somewhat transparent
TransparentHaving the property of transmitting rays of light through its substance so that bodies situated beyond or behind can be distinctly seen

Section 14

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Transverse Frontal SulciThe horizontal furrows of the forehead
Trauma A physical injury or wound caused by external force or violence
TriangleA figure formed by three lines and having three angles
TumorA spontaneous new growth of tissue forming an abnormal mass
TurbidIn liquids, muddy with particles of extraneous matter not clear or transparent

Section 15

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UltravioletInvisible rays of the spectrum lying outside the violet end of the visible spectrum
UndercoatA coloring (opaque) applied to an area which, when dry, will be covered with wax or another colorant
UndercutThe angled cut of the borders of an excision, made so that the skin surface will overhang deeper tissue
Unexposed AreaA part that is, or will be, hidden from view
ValueThe lightness or darkness of a hue

Section 16

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VariaitionsChanges in form, things somewhat different from another of the same kind
VehicleA material which binds pigments together as creams, liquids, or powders so they may be applied to a surface
VerticalPerpendicular to the plane of the horizon, balanced
Vertical-Concave ProfileOne in whcih the forehead and the eyebrows project equally to a vertical line and the chin protrudes from the upper lip
Vertical-Convex ProfileOne in which the forehead and the eyebrows project equally to a vertical line and the chin recedes from the projection of the lip
VitreousThe semi-fluid-, transparent substance which lies between the retina and lens of the eyeball

Section 17

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VividBrilliance; intensely bright colors
VividityThe degree of brilliance
Vomer BoneBone of the nasal cavity situated between the nasal passages on the median plane; it forms the inferior and posterior portion of the septum of the nose
Warm Color AreaOne of the areas of the skin surface which, during the life, is naturally reddened; a place where cosmetics will be applied to restore the warmth that red will give
Warm HueA color which appears in the spectral band, characterized by long wavelengths; a color which makes an object appear closer and larger; a color which reflects warmth (red, orange, yellow)

Section 18

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WaxA restorative modeling or surfacing material composed of beeswax, spermaceti, paraffin, starch etc. and a coloring pigment which will soften at body temp and will reflect light in a manner similar to normal skin
Weather LineThe line of color change at the junction of the wet and dry portions of the mucous membranes
WeightTe aspect of physical heaviness associated with different colors (warm, light or grayed hues)
WhiteThe color of pure snow; the color reflecting to the eye of all rays of the spectrum combined; opposite of black; an achromatic color; neutral color
White LightA ray of light which contains all the hues of the visible spectrum in such proportion that the light appears colorless or "natural" as daylight or sunlight

Section 19

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WidthThe dimension of an object measured across from side to side
Wings of the NoseLateral lobes of the nose
Wire BridgingLength of wire employed to connect two sutures that are undamaged, such as remaining parts of a bone; a wire mesh placed within an aperture to hold restorative fillers
Worm Suture (inversion, draw stitch)A method of sewing an incision along the edges without entering the opening whereby the suture becomes invisible and the line of suture becomes depressed, which lends it ease of concealment by waxing
Wound FillerThe firmest type of restorative wax; a putty-like material used to fill large cavities or to model features

Section 20

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Zygomatic ArchThe processes on the temporal and zygomatic bones; determines the widest part of the face
Zygomatic Arch DepressionOne of the lesser concavities of the face located on the lateral portion of the cheek inferior to the zygomatic arch
Zygomatic BonesDiamond-shaped surfaces; forms the cheekbones
Zygomaticfrontal ProcessThe lateral rim of the eye socket formed by a process of the frontal bone and process of the zygomatic bone
Zygmaticus Major MuscleDraws the superior lip posteriorly, superiorly, and anteriorly
Zygomaticus Minor MuscleDraws the superior lip superiorly and anteriorly

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