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study guide (test is 50 questions)

Question Answer
What is the pediatric numbering name for the first bicuspidTrick question- premolars are not primary teeth and so do not have a pediatric number
Which pediatric numbering system uses letters A-J on the Maxillary & K-T on the mandibular teeth?Universal system
Which pediatric numbering system uses the first number to denote the quadrant and the second number to denote normal position of that tooth from the midline?International system
What is the normal number of primary teeth total?20 (5 in each quadrant)
Pediculosis capitii is aka as what condition?lice (the bugs)
If rubber dam holes pull away from teeth causing leakage then you know what was the error?Holes punched too close together
If the rubber dam bunches up between the teeth then you know what was the error?holes punched too far apart
if dam covers patient's eyes or nose then you know what was the error?holes punched too low
if dam does not extend over upper lip then you know what was the error?Holes punched too high
By what age should an infant have their oral health screened (and have a pediatric dentist)?12 months of age
when seeing an infant who puts their knees together... what is the appropriate actionprivate consultation with dentist and parent
what is the Single most critical measure for reducing transmission of bacteriaproper hand hygiene
how long should floss placed on the tooth clamp be?18 inches (minimum) (prevent aspiration)
If parents report that a kid has a swollen hamburger meat lip after getting two fillings... what is the cause?lip biting post-anesthesia
Permanent ____ develop from the buds of their primary predecessorsincisors, canines, & premolars (NOT MOLARS)
Most beneficial way/best action of absorption of fluoride is what type of application?topical
Behavior ____ is the phrase to describe the process of leading a child through a dental appointmentGuidance
According to age related psychosocial skills, relinquish comfort objects at age ___5
What is the major #1 cause of child to be scared of dentistmaternal anxiety
Which technique for behavior modification/guidance is most acceptedtell-show-do
T/F: dentist should use "you" messages when talking to childrenFalse (instead, "I can't do ____ when you ____")
Fluoride rinses should not be used for children under the age of _________ years according to the FDA6yo
how long does it take for a tooth to go from crown completion to fully in occlusion for permanent teeth?5 years
normal eruption sequence of primary teethupper and lower is the same- central, lateral, first primary molar, cuspids, second primary molars
t/f: pdl membrane is not present in primary teethtrue
Incisor alignment and arch dimensions are established by what age?8 yo
what famous bacteria is transferred from mom to kids?S. Mutans
what is the range of fluoride conc in water in us? and the avg?0.7 ppm - 1.2 ppm; avg = 1.0 ppm
list 5 contraindications for rubber dam1) upper respiratory tract infection, congestion of nasal passage or nasal obstruction 2) Presence of some fixed orthodontic appliances 3) Recently erupted tooth (partially erupted) 4) allergy to latex 5) Grossly carious teeth
What age do you see the embryonic development of teeth?6 weeks
Middle mixed dentition to late mixed dentition- see 12 erupted primary and 12 erupted permanent teeth8.5 years old
what is the normal Fluoride concentration of toothpaste1000 ppm
what is the term for The space difference between primary and secondary teethleeway space
what rubber dam thickness is used in the school's pediatric clinic?0.2 mm
which rubber dam frame is made of plastic, is easier to use and exerts less tension on the dam?Nygard-Ostby frame
which rubber dam frame is made of metal, and u-shaped?Yung frame
1 mg f ion = ____ mg NaF2.2 mg NaF
smear or rice sized tooth paste doses are recommended for what ages?up to 3
pea size toothpaste doses are recommended for what ages?3 - 6
where is primary spacing in the maxillary arch?located between the lateral incisors and canines
where is primary spacing in the mandibular arch?between the canines and first molars
inter-digitation of the primary teeth occurs by age ____3 yo
t/f: primary dentiotion develops into a stable cusp-fossa relationshipFalse
Which baume type has spaces between teeth?type 1
which brume type has no space between teeth and 50% of this type develop into a crowded adult dentitionType 2
what is the average amount of spacing between maxillary primary teeth? mandibular?4mm max; 3 mm man
what is the average overbite of the primary dentition?2mm
what is the average overjet of the primary dentition? (_________-_________ mm)1-2 mm
what is the most common tooth to be ankylose and therefore have difficulty erupting?Man 1st primary molar
the incisor liability refers to the difference in size of primary to permanent incisors... what is the difference for max? man?7.6 mm max; 6 mm man
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eruption --- at what age do these teeth erupt

Question Answer
primary incisors6-9 months
primary first molars12-14 months
primary canines16-18 months
primary second molars20-24 months
man 1st permanent molar6-7 yrs
max 1st permanent molar6-7 yrs
man perm central incisor6-7 yrs
max perm central incisor7-8 yrs
man perm lateral incisor8-9 yrs
max perm lateral incisor8-9 yrs
man perm Canine( 9-10 years)
Max 1st Premolar(10-11 years)
Man 1st Premolar(10-12 years)
Max 2nd Premolar(10-12 years)
Man 2nd Premolar(11-12 years)
Max perm Canine(11-12 years)
Man 2nd Molar(11-13 years)
Max 2nd Molar(12-13 years)
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matching clamps with ped teeth

Question Answer
2nd primary molars (despite position)W8A
max left 2nd primary molars and man right 2nd primary molars12A
max right 2nd primary molars and man left 2nd primary molars13A
1st primary molars2A
fully erupted permanent molars14
partially erupted permanent molars14A
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Fluoride chart (matching)

Question Answer
6 mo-3 yr & water fluoride 0-<0.30.25 mg F/day
6 mo-3 yr & water fluoride 0.3-0.6none
6 mo-3 yr & water fluoride >0.6none
3 yr to < 6 yo & water fluoride 0-<0.30.5 mg F/day
3 yr to < 6 yo & water fluoride 0.3-0.60.25 mg F/day
3 yr to < 6 yo & water fluoride >0.6none
6 yr -16+ & water fluoride 0-<0.31 mg F/day
6 yr -16+ & water fluoride 0.3-0.60.5 mg F/day
6 yr -16+ & water fluoride >0.6none
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