The Oral Anatomy quiz – Part 1.
Creating a web page or blog post that contains links to dental health activities for students? If so, please include this quiz.
Questions list for The Oral Anatomy Quiz – Part 1.
Here’s a listing of the questions you’ll be asked when you take our “Oral Anatomy” quiz. If you want to “study up” before you take the exam, you can find the information you need here on our
Oral Anatomy lesson – Terms and definitions page.
For each question of the quiz, an arrow in the picture shown will point to a structure or landmark found inside the mouth. When answering the question you have some of these choices to choose from:
Palatine Tonsils, Uvula, Tongue, Median Sulcus, Floor of Mouth, Upper Lip Frenulum, Lingual Frenulum, Hard Palate, Soft Palate, Rugae, Gingiva, Incisors, Canines, Eye Teeth, Cuspids, Bicuspids, Premolars, Molars, Deciduous Teeth, Baby Teeth. Good luck when taking your test!
You’ll be asked: What mouth structure does the arrow point to?
- Question #1: This small piece of soft tissue hangs down from the middle of the soft palate.
- Question #2: These masses of lymphoid tissue are found at the opening to the throat.
- Question #3: This organ is composed mostly of muscle tissue. Its functions include assisting with chewing and swallowing, and tasting food.
- Question #4: A complete set of teeth contains twelve of these. Their primary purpose is to crush and grind food.
- Question #5: This small band of tissue attaches the inside of the lip to the gums.
- Question #6: This portion of the roof of the mouth is supported by bone tissue.
- Question #7: This is the soft tissue that lies underneath the tongue.
- Question #8: A complete set of teeth contains four of these. They are also known as the eye teeth.