Questions list : The Oral Anatomy (Part II) Quiz.
Here's the questions list from Part II of our Oral Anatomy quiz. You can learn more about the items you'll be tested on by looking at our
Oral Anatomy lesson - Terms and definitions page.
During the exam, each quiz question will show an arrow that points to a mouth structure or landmark. You'll be asked to identify it. The choices that will be given as possible answers include: Pharengeal 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 band of tissue attaches the underside of the tongue to the floor of the mouth.
- Question #2: A complete set of teeth contains eight of these, right in the center of the mouth. Their primary purpose is to bite food into pieces.
- Question #3: This portion of the roof of the mouth is not supported by bone.
- Question #4: This type of tissue surrounds the teeth and covers the jaw bones.
- Question #5: This series of bony ridges is located on the roof of the mouth behind the upper front teeth.
- Question #6: A complete set of teeth contains eight of these. They are also known as bicuspids.
- Question #7: This fissure divides the surface of the tongue into two fairly equal halves.
- Question #8: These soft tissue structures surround the opening of the mouth.
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