What kind of stains originate within the tooth as a result of developmental & Systemic disturbances?
__________ must be used to hold your instrument or handpiece steady.
________ stains are stains that originate outside of the tooth in response to environmental agents.
Do you floss before or after a coronal polish?
The most ideal positioning when flossing is at the _______ o'clock position
There are ____ types of polishing agents.
Use a _______ _____ to brush the surface that you are polishing, before you use a rubber cup.
Use ____ speed handpiece to polish teeth.
What teeth should use 3 strokes when polishing?
What procedure only polishes specific surfaces with stains?
__________ units are sometimes used by dentists before a sealant is applied to open fissures, remove any slight decay, and prepare the site for a placement of sealant.
You must use care and cution when placing an ______ so that it does not contact adjacent teeth or soft tissue!
Too much sealant material interproximally can result in blocked ______.
Fillers are available in two resins, the ______ resin wears down on its own.
Sealants act as a physical _______ that prevents decay.
Pits and fissures are especially useful during the ages ___ to 15 years.
Self-cured sealants polymerize to final set within approximately ____ minutes from the start of mixing!
Bacteria ______ survive beneath a properly placed sealant because the carbs that they need to survive cannot reach them.
True or False: You cannot store sealant material near eugenol-containing products.
True or False : Applying enchant material is an expanded function.
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