Odontoword Puzzle #1 Across



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Odontoword Puzzle #1
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2. granular-appearing layer in root dentin covered by cementum (a name)

Granular Layer of Tomes

6. soda pop is a poor dietary choice because of low pH, sugar and its high content of

Caffeine


8. type of dentin especially prevalent in vitamin D deficiency or exposure to high levels of fluoride

Inerglobular Dentin

10. means within

Intra-


11. rests of Hertwig's epithelial root sheath (a name)

Cell Rests of Malassez

13. means between

Inter-


14. fibers at first sign of dentin formation (a name)

Von Korff’s Fibers

15. type II etching involves preferential removal of what type of enamel?

Interrod Enamel

18. origin of enamel

Ectoderm


19. most numerous cell in pulp

Fibroblast

22. cytoplasmic extension of ameloblast (2 words)

Tomes Process

24. S-shaped path of odontoblasts results from this

Cellular Crowding

25. type of insult that makes caries and dental erosion similar

Chemical


27. enlarged line (striae) of Retzius

Neonatal Line

28. type of dentin also referred to as reactive or reparative

Tertiary Dentin

29. influences color of enamel

Dentin


30. text term for additional foramina at root apex

Accessory

33. stage of tooth development when enamel forms

Crown


34. where striae of Retzius end

Perikymata

37. name for odontoblast process in enamel

Enamel Spindle

39. forms from cells of inner dental epithelium

Ameloblast

41. cyclic creation, loss, recreation of ruffle-ended apical surface on ameloblasts

Modulation

42. extend for varying depths from surface of enamel and filled with organic material

Lamellae


43. term used to indicate enamel defects due to fluoride

Fluorosis

45. phase of amelogenesis involving reduced dental epithelium

Protective

47. what often happens to odontoblastic processes during cavity preparation

Amputation

48. describes enamel over cusps

Gnarled


49. plexus of nerves in cell-free zone of Weil (a name)

Subodontoblastic Plexus of Raschkow

52. striae represent weekly rhythm of enamel production (a name)

Striae of Retzius

54. describes dentin tubules seen in hypersensitivity

Open


55. Five day incremental lines of dentin (a name)

Incremental Lines of von Ebner

57. example of a nonamelogenin

Ameloblastin

60. cell-free zone beneath odontoblasts (a name)

Cell Free Zone of Weil

61. theory of dentin hypersensitivity that involves movement of fluid in tubules

Hydrodynamic

63. contains distal portion of Tomes' process

Pit


64. home of the odontoblasts

Pulp


64. common antibiotic that can produce enamel defects \\67. describes component similar to osteoid in bone

Tetracycline

69. type of ameloblasts that permit exit of protein fragments and water

Smooth Ended


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1. refers to a group of enamel defects that have a genetic basis

Amelogenesis Imperfecta

3. describes dentinal tubules that have become occluded with calcified material

Sclerotic

4. common feature of systemic disease that may cause pattern of enamel defects

Fever


5. first primary dentin formed

Mantle


7. approximate pH at which enamel undergoes dissolution

Five to Five and one Half

9. substance that can interfere with amelogenesis

Fluoride


12. root formation begins here (2 words)

Cervical Loop

16. type of dentin deposited throughout life

Secondary

17. what makes caries destruction different from dental erosion

Bacteria


20. Tomes' processes produce this appearance when they jut into the enamel matrix

Picket Fence

21. zone in pulp containing major vessels and nerves

Core


23. boundary between rod and interrod enamel

Sheath


26. inorganic component of enamel, bone, cementum

Hydroxyapetite

31. describes appearance of DEJ in cross section

Scalloped

32. micro-structural feature of enamel that makes it susceptible to caries

Crystals (are susceptible to dissolution)

35. makes up 10% of mature dentin by weight

Water


36. term for collar of more highly calcified dentin matrix seen around tubules

Peritubular Dentin

38. Hunter-Schreger bands are produced by change in direction of these

Rods


40. constitutes 90% of enamel proteins in enamel

Amelogenins

44. can invade dentin tubules

Bacteria


46. origin of dentin

Ectomesenchyme

50. shape of enamel crystals

Hexagonal

51. black empty dentinal tubules (2 words)

Dead Tracts

53. another term for pulp stone

Denticle


56. describes type of enamel seen when fluoride interferes with amelogenesis

Mottled


58. neonatal contour line in dentin (a name)

Line of Owen

59. basic structural unit of dentin

Tubule


62. pH of stomach acid

One


65. internal resorption can give tooth this color

Pink


68. caries can spread along here (abreviation)

DEJ
Odontoword Puzzle #2


Across
1. structure that seals a joint space

Capsule


4. folds of synovial membrane protruding into joint cavity

Villi


5. fusion of tooth to jawbone

Ankylosis

6. dry socket results from a loss of this (2 words)

Blood Clot

10. cyclic demineralization of enamel crystals by bacterial acids with periods of remineralization is characteristic of

Caries


11. greater amounts of this are seen in red meat

Myoglobin

12. undersurface of the squamous part of temporal bone (2 words)

Glenoid Fossa

13. socket attachment of tooth to bone

Gomphosis

15. divides temporomandibular joint into two compartments

Disk


16. most abundant nerve ending in temporomandibular joint

Free Nerve Ending

18. type of cartilagenous joint seen in costochondral junction

Primary


20. healing intention type when wound infected

Tertiary Intention

24. one function of synovial fluid

Lubrication

26. functional designation for Ruffini's corpuscle

Posture


29. a scar that doesn't know when to stop

Keloid


30. initial response to wounding

Hemostasis

31. articulating surface of the mandible

Condyle


32. complete restoration of tissue architecture and function

Regeneration

33. lines nonarticular surfaces of temporomandibular joint (2 words)

Synovial Membrane


Down
2. type of joint between radius and ulna

Syndesmosis

3. type of tissue covering temporomandibular articulation

Fibrous


7. area of disk that is aneural and avascular

Center


8. type of dentin due to crystal reprecipitation within dentin tubules

Sclerotic

9. muscles acting on a joint have the same nerve supply as the joint (2 words)

Hilton’s Law

12. describes hinged nature of temporomandibular joint

Ginglymoid

14. encapsulated muscle proprioceptor that detects changes in length

Spindle Fiber

17. carotid supplying temporomandibular joint

External Carotid

19. fan-shaped muscle arising from the side of the skull

Temporalis

21. when tooth is completely detached from socket

Avulsion


22. cranial nerve that supplies the temporomandibular joint

Trigeminal

23. how cells exit intact blood vessels

Diapedesis

25. name of cartilage providing skeletal support for development of lower jaw

Meckel’s Cartilage

27. type of fibrous joint in skull separating expanding brain

Suture


28. restoration of function and tissue continuity but with distortion of normal architecture

Repair


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