Dental Assistant: PREP : Program Review & Exam Preparation
A new book in A&L's PREP series, this is comprehensive in coverage and prepares students for the Dental Assistant National Board Certification Exam. Hundreds of exam-type questions cover all the key subjects on th e exam. Each chapter presents a brief synopsis of the subject, exam-type questions, answers with paragraph length explanations, and a bibliography for additional current reference sources. Dental assistant and students preparing to cert ify in any of the six certification exams.
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The crowns are shorter than the canines but are similar in appearance to canines
from the buccal aspect. The mesial surfaces of the teeth at the junction of the
crown and root have a concavity. These are the only premolars with two roots. 2.
Oral evacuator tip may be used for retraction of the tongue and buccal mucosa.
Oral evacuator tip should be positioned before the operator places the handpiece
or mouth mirror. Preset trays decrease operatory prep time. Instruments and ...
Classification of Occlusion Class I occlusion — mesiobuccal cusp of maxillary
permanent first molar occludes in buccal groove of mandibular first molar Class II
occlusion — mandibular molars are in a distal relationship to the maxillary molars
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