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Cards (37)

Section 1

(37 cards)

HVE

Front

High Volume Evacuator use: to aspirate blood, saliva, and debris

Back

Topical Anesthetic

Front

Applied to the surface of the mucous membrane and numbs only the mucous membrane before an injection

Back

Spatula

Front

used for mixing materials

Back

Mirror, Explorer and Cotton Pliers

Front

basic setup

Back

Cotton Rolls

Front

Back

Anesthetic Carpule

Front

glass cartridge containing anesthetic, goes in barrel of aspirating syringe

Back

Air water Syringe tip

Front

A disposable tip that Controls air/ water

Back

Shade Guide

Front

Dental item used to match color of tooth/teeth for dental laboratory

Back

Dycal

Front

Another name for calcium hydroxide liner. Put on deepest part of the floor. Promotes growth of secondary dentin

Back

composite capsule

Front

Single doe unit of white filling material

Back

Amaglam Capsule

Front

Contains amalgam components

Back

Electric Hand piece

Front

200,000 RPM more torque less friction

Back

Slow speed Handpiece

Front

25,000 RPM used for finishing, polishing, and decay removal

Back

Composite Gun

Front

Holds composite

Back

Aspirating Syringe

Front

type of syringe used in dentistry, can "drawback" to see if in a blood vessel

Back

Dycal Instument

Front

used for mixing and placing Dycal

Back

2x2 gauze

Front

Back

Burnishers

Front

hand instrument with a smooth rounded head that comes in various shapes; used to smooth out restorative materials or other metal surfaces such as a matrix strip

Back

Bonding agent

Front

A low-viscosity resin that penetrates porosities (voids) and irregularities in the surface of the tooth or restoration created by acid etching for the purpose of facilitating bonding

Back

Spoon Excavator

Front

Removes carious dentin.

Back

Microbrush

Front

Back

Wedges

Front

Used for adapting a matrix band to the proximal part of a cavity

Back

Matrix band and holder

Front

Provides a temporary wall for tooth structure during a restorative procedure

Back

Articulating Paper

Front

Check patient's occlusion (bite) at the end of a restorative procedure.

Back

Curing light

Front

to harden light-cured materials: bonding, composite, sealants, build-up material

Back

Amalgam Carrier

Front

an instrument for carrying small masses of freshly mixed amalgam to place in a prepared cavity.

Back

High Speed Handpiece

Front

450,000 RPM. Removes bulk of tooth structure during restorative procedures uses friction grip burs

Back

Articulating Forceps

Front

Hold the articulating paper and help place it in the mouth.

Back

Amalgam Well

Front

Holds freshly mixed amalgam

Back

Dry Angle

Front

A thin, triangle-shaped piece of moisture-absorbing cellulose that is placed over the buccal mucosa. It absorbs saliva

Back

Matrix band

Front

Strip or band placed so as to serve as a retaining outer wall that supports the tooth restoration to recreate proper form and function.

Back

Saliva Ejector

Front

Slow speed suction to help keep a dry field.

Back

Amalgamator

Front

Device used to mix alloy and mercury

Back

acid etch

Front

Use of an acidic chemical substance to prepare the enamel or dentin surface to provide retention for bonding

Back

Cleiod Discoid

Front

used for carving and shaping amalgam

Back

Condensor

Front

To pack condense amalgam into cavity prep

Back

Mylar Strip

Front

Clear plastic strip used as a matrix for anterior teeth

Back