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OIL BASED
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GREEN
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ANTERIOR
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Dental Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Decay occurring on the exposed cementum of a tooth. Root caries
Another name for premolars. Bicuspids
Posterior tooth with a broad working surface used for grinding solid pieces of food which require the use of heavy force. Molars
Surface of a prepared cavity which is toward the gingival surface surface. gingival wall
Anterior tooth with a heavy point designed to cut and tear. Canine
Where 2 fissures cross. Pit
How many tooth Numbering Systems are there? Three
What is the upper arch called? Maxillary Arch
What system for counting teeth is most commonly used in the US? Universal
What numbering system uses numbers 1-8 only? Palmer Notation
What class of cavities include the pit and fissure? Class 1
Anterior interproximal cavities involving the incisal angle. Class 4
Cavities on the smooth surface of a tooth. Class5
An MOD is an example of a _______________cavity? Class 2
How many different type of teeth are there in a permanent dentition? four

Dental Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

this mineral makes teeth healthy and strong fluoride
it's what you put on your toothbrush paste
the kind of teeth you lose baby
long string that gets plaque out from between the teeth floss
how many of your teeth should you brush? all
the dentist says "__________ ___________"! (2 words) openwide
another word for decay cavity
you should do this often, especially after sugary snacks brush
mineralized plaque calculus
the kind of tooth for cutting food incisor
the color your teeth will become if you smoke yellow
the sticky, bacteria filled film that collects on your teeth plaque
also known as halitosis badbreath
the part of the tooth you can see is called the ____________. crown
proper brushing can remove plaque _____________ the gumline. under
the hardest substance in your body enamel
the type of tooth used for grinding molar
contains the tooth's blood vessels and nerves pulp
the tooth surface where sealants are placed occlusal
this means "tongue" lingual
this means "cheek" buccal
this classification of cavity is found on the anterior interproximals three
the tooth numbering system most often used universal

Dental word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Snacking
Smiling
Talking
Chewing
Acid
Sugar
Vegetables
Fruit
Fluoride
floss
toothpaste
Toothbrush
Calculus
Gingivitis
Cavities
Plaque
Gingiva
Pulp
Root
Dentine
Crown
Enamel
Permolars
Molars
Incisors
Canine
tooth

Dental Assisting Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

explorer
quadrant 4
pre-molar
mouth prop
bicuspids
etchant
condenser
molar
cotton tipped applicator
dental dam clamp
IRM
operatory
carver
lateral incisors
perio probe
anterior
articulating forceps
dental dam
gypsum
amalgam well
Alginate
amalgam
ronguers
central incisors

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Dental health Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Acidic drinks and foods have a _____ ph level. Low
Brushing and flossing help prevent ___________. Cavities
When flossing, you want the floss to _______ around the tooth. Curve
You should brush your teeth ______ a day. Twice
When brushing your teeth, it is also important to brush your _______. Tongue
When flossing, the floss goes ___________ the teeth. between
Food and drinks high in _______, can help cause cavities. Sugar
What is the soft material that starts to build up on your teeth after you eat, and will harden if you do not get it off by brushing and flossing? Plaque
What is the outermost layer of a tooth? Enamel
The area inside the tooth that contains the nerves and blood vessels is called what? Pulp
Plaque will harden if not brushed or flossed, plaque that becomes hard is called calculus, which is also known as _______. Tartar
What dental profession(job position) is allowed to remove calculus? Dental hygienist

Ch 36 Moisture Control Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What is the name of the slow speed suction? Saliva ejector
What is the name of the High speed suction? HVE
What is the name of the suction tip we use during oral surgery? Surgical Suction
What do we use to fully isolate one tooth? Dental Dam
What is the term used to create moistue control? Isolation
What do we use to isolate the postiror end of the oral cavity Dry angle
What is the device used to hold the rubber dam? Youngs frame
What do we use to go around the tooth to hold the rubber dam in place? Rubber Dam Clamp
What do we tie on to the rubber dam clamp to help us retrive it if it were to pop off the tooth? Floss
What do we use to isolate the tongue and buccal area ? Cotton rolls
What is the name of Chapter 36? Moisture control

Dental Bingo

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Floss
Tooth
Toothpaste
Plaque
Gums
Toothbrush
Twice
Once
Mouthwash
Molar
Cuspid
Lateral
Anterior
Mirror
Explorer
Calculus
Tongue
Bass technique
Dental assistant
Dentist
Dental hygienist
Bicuspid
Fluoride
Cavities

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Welding Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ofc
fcaw
slag
chipping hammer
argon
oxygen
gmaw
fuel
plasma cutter
ppe
safety glasses
safety
liner
electrode lead
ground clamp
lap joint
tee joint
mixing chamber
twin hose
regulator
acetylene
electrode holder
electrode
defuser
blue prints
welding symbols
mig gun
contact tip
cutting torch
smaw

Dental Health Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Acid
Decay
Film
Plaque
Tongue
Gum Disease
Loose
Brush
Brushing
Check-ups
Dentist
Dental Health
Biggest
Bone
Cavity
Damage
Floss
Flossing
Healthier
Least
Remove
Hygienist
Rinse
Spit

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Surgical Instruments Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The most common clamp used in surgery Hemostat
Larger than a hemostat and used for occluding larger vessels Kelly
Another name for a Kelly clamp. Pean
Another name for a Hemostat. Crile
Fine dissecting scissors. Metzenbaum
Scissors to cut through tough tissue. Mayo
Fine forceps used to close skin. Adson
An instrument used to grasp breast tissue. Allis
An instrument that goes around structures, tubes, etc. Babcock
Usually double-ended for exposing. Richardson
A malleable hand held retractor Ribbon
A self-retaining finger ringed retractor. Weitlaner
A heavy toothed forcep used in gyn surgery. Bonney
An atraumatic forcep named after heart surgeon. Debakey
The big ugly. Ferris-Smith
Thoracic tissue forcep. Singley
A star-burst pattern forcep found in most standard sets. Russian
Medium sized hand-held retractor, military. Army Navy
Small retractor with blade on one end and rake on other. Senn
Used with copious irrigation. Poole