Flashcards in Restorative Art: Sample Questions Deck (36)
The care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color is the definition of:
The zygomatic process is a feature of the _____ bones
Which of the following is a bone of the face?
The large muscle which covers the top and sides of the skull from occipital bone to eyebrows
A crevice in the skin accompanied by adjacent elevations
The Vertex of the cranium and the base of the chin are examples of:
Imaginary horizontal lines
This is of value to the restorative artist associated with the three-quarter view photograph for restorative art purposes
Reveals the degree of fullness of the cheeks
Which one of the following is one of the basic linear forms of facial profiles?
Which of the following is one of the geometric head forms (frontal view)?
The comparison of the two sides of the face to observe the similarities and differences is referred to as:
What is a means of softening wax to alter the wax consistency for restorative art procedures?
Mixing with cream cosmetics
What are generally involved in positioning of the ear?
* Zygomatic arch
* Mandibular fossa
* External auditory meatus
A general profile classification for the nose from the root to the tip?
A type of prognathism:
The eyelids in natural repose:
Abut, do not overlap
The use of an oxidizing chemical to remove stain or discoloration is called:
The original scientific standard of color is:
One of the pigment cosmetics necessary to match all skin colors:
Facial restoration is required due to trauma. Accurate dimensions for facial restoration can be established by means of:
* A photograph
* Classic proportions
* Mathematical calculations
The width of the face is proportionally equal to the distance between the base of the nose and the:
A substance that would remove nicotine stains:
This anatomical structure cannot be used for accurate location of the ear:
The hue sequence pink, rose, cherry is indicated of red that has been:
This condition requiring restorative art is classified as traumatic:
A characteristic of first degree burns is:
The tiny prominence on the midline of the superior mucous membrane is the:
The determinative pigment of all races is:
Complementary hues found on the color wheel in this position:
Opposite each other
The hand may be restored if missing or completely mutilated by:
Making a plaster cast