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In a normal dentition in the- intercuspal


position, the mesiolingual cusp of the
permanent maxillary first molar opposes
the mandibular first molar in the

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1-

1. cen tral fossa.


2. distal fossa.
3. mesi al fossa.
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2.
3.
4.
5.

Viewed occlusally, the lingual portion of the


crown outline is generally greater than the
facial portion of the crown outline for the
permanent

1.
2.
3.
4.

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maxillary first molar..


mandibular first molar.
maxillary second molar.
mandibular second molar.

2.

3.

maxilla, just anterior to the malar


process.
temporal bone, just anterior to the
auditory canal.
mandible, just posterior to the

1-

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In an ideal centric occlusion, the mesiofaciaJ


cusp of the permanent maxillary first molar
opposes the
molar.

2. mesial fossa of the mandibular first


When in its proper position relative to the
plane of occlusion, the crown of the
mandibular second molar inclines

1.
2.
3.
4.
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central incisors.
lateral incisors.
canines.
first molars.
second molars.

1. central fossa of the mandibular first

internalobliqueridge.

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infrahyoidmuscles. .
masticatory muscles.
anterior cervical muscles.
posterior cervical muscles.
muscles of facial expression.

The primary teeth that present the most


outstanding morphologic deviations from
permanent teeth are the

2.
3.
4.
5.

The glenoid fossa is an oval cavity or a


depression in the
1-

At the same time as the suprahyoid muscles


contract during swallowing, a downward
displacement of the mandible is prevented
by con trac tion of the

3.
4.

distally and facially.


mesially and facially.
mesially and lingually.
distally and lingually.

When two proximal surfaces diverge from


an area of contact, an embrasure is formed

5.

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Lingual cusps of mandibular molars oppose

1.
2..
3.
4.
5.

1- lingually only.
2. lingually and facially only.
3. lingually and occ/usally only.

4. Iinguall Y facially, oee!usalJy and


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molar.
facial embrasure between mandibular
second premolar and first molar.
sulcus of the distofacial groove of
the mandibular first molar.
sulcus of the mesiofacial groove of
the mandibular first molar.

grooves only.
marginal ridges only.
grooves and embrasures only.
marginal ridges and embrasures only.
grooves, embrasures and marginal ridges.

cervically.

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As the teeth are closed into the intercuspal


position, the final movement of the mandible
is directed by the

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

height of the free way space.


strength of the muscles of mastication.
cusp-fossa relationship of opposing teeth.
ligaments that extend from the skull to
the mandible.
shape of the articular eminence of the
temporomandibular joint.

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The free gingivamay be described as

1. filling the interproximal area.


2. forming the wall of the gingivalsulcus.
3. marking the opening of the gingival
4.
5.

sulcus.
being attached to the cementum and the
alveolar bone.
extending from the free marginal groove
to the alveolar mucosa.