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If we don't have good Arch Alignment what are the results?

1. masticatory efficiency
2. excessive attrition
3. interference w/protective function (e.g. anterior protecting posterior and posterior protecting anterior)

2

What are the clinical considerations for lip closure?

1. complete
2. incomplete

3

other clinical considerations w/teeth

1. attrition
2. abrasion/abfraction
3. erosion
4. decalcification
5. fractures
6. sensitivity
7. fremitis

4

the clinical consideration that is tooth to tooth is called?

attrition

5

the clinical consideration that has enamel breaks and dentin breaks

fractures

6

clinical consideration where 10% population's cementum does not cover all the dentin/acute pulpitis is called?

sensitivity

7

clinical consideration that is mechanical wear at gum line w/toothbrush is called?

abrasion

8

clinical consideration where a process that occurs in the same part of the tooth that abrasion occurs in EXCEPT the person did not scrub their teeth (from occlusal force) you can flex soo much you break out the cervical enamel is called?

abfraction

9

clinical consideration where chemical eroding away tooth structure (eating disorder, lemon, etc.) is called?

erosion

10

clinical consideration when the removal or loss of calcium is called?

decalcification

11

clinical consideration of abnormality of developmental and mineralization of teeth occurs is called? (reduced QUANTITY of enamel)

enamel hypoplasia

12

clinical consideration when there is mobility of a tooth is called?

fremitis