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1

The greatest width of the face is approximately equal to how many widths of the mouth:

Two and one-half

2

A protrusion of the jaw behind the upper part of the face is called:

Prognathism

3

Yellow-green is a hue composed of which of the following:

* Green
* Yellow

4

The lightness or darkness of a color is referred to as its:

Value

5

Removal of scabs is usually recommended because of which of the following:

Waxing over a scab can destroy normal contour and proportion

6

The proper condition of tissue necessary for a successful wax restoration is:

* Firm
* Dry

7

The term physiognomy refers to the study of:

* Face
* Features

8

The furrow which starts at the superior border of the nasal wing and extends to the side of the mouth is known as the:

Nasolabial sulcus

9

Two colors which when placed side by side enrich each other are said to be:

Complementary

10

The breaking up of white light into its many colors is referred to as:

Dispersion

11

The value of cosmetizing an abrasion before waxing is that this procedure will:

Cover darkened areas of the abrasion

12

The color scheme utilizing one color with its tints, shades, and tones is:

Monochromatic

13

Where the lower lip and the chin meet is called the:

Labiomental sulcus

14

A type of suture which is used predominantly on exposed areas of tissues is:

Intradermal

15

The head shape described as widest at the zygomatic bones, tapering toward the forehead and jawline is which geometric form:

Diamond

16

The incisive fossa is a depression associated with:

Mandible

17

The general shape of the skull is:

Oval

18

The zygomatic arch can be used to locate which of the following:

Widest part of the face

19

The mixture of a small amount of a cool color with a large amount of a warm color creates which color:

Tertiary

20

The color scheme which utilizes four hues, two separated hues and their complements, is referred to as:

Tetrad

21

The general effect, or purpose, of cavity fluid packs is:

To dehydrate and bleach tissues

22

The three primary colors and the three secondary colors are referred to as:

Standard colors

23

Acquired facial markings include the:

* Nasolabial fold
* Dimples
* Mandibular sulcus
* Angulus oris sulcus
* Philtrum

Mandibular sulcus

24

The addition of a small amount of green to a large amount of red creates:

Tone of red

25

The brightness or dullness of a hue is its:

Intensity

26

Another term for skin slip is:

Desquamation

27

One precaution to take in using the electric spatula is:

Always keep the skin liberally coated with massage cream or Vaseline

28

Two pigmentary hues are said to be complementary if their mixture will produce:

Gray

29

A profile form in which both the forehead and chin protrude beyond the projection of the upper lip is called:

Concave

30

The ramus forms a part of what bone:

Mandible

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