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The Human EYE
Parts of The Eye Definitions
Tell Me About The Eye/ Teeth
What Am I Suffering From?
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The part of the eye that flips the image right side up after Entering your eye?
The type of doctor You would visit If you had a specific Eye problem.
The part of the retina That allows you to see Images as black and White.
The part of the Retina that allows To see images in color
The 3 different color Of cones that identify Color are…..
Red, Green and Blue
The color part Of the eye that we Get from Heredity.
The clear section Of the eye that lets Light in
The part of the Eye that focuses Light on the retina
The dark part of The eye that Controls the amount Of light that enters
The white of the Eye that covers the Whole eye except The front
What piece of Military Equipment was Created by the study of the rods in a persons retina
Night Vision Goggles
What disorder would A person be suffering From if they were both Near and far sighted.
Explain Farsighted To the class
Person can see far but Has problems seeing Near objects or they Are blurry.
Explain to the class Nearsighted.
Person can see near But images appear Blurry from far.
Explain to the class The 3 set process Of a cavity forming.
1.Bacteria causes a build up of plaque 2. Plaque acid attacks the tooth. 3. Tooth eventually rots creating a cavity.
How many teeth Does the average Baby have?
How many teeth does The average adult Have?
The strongest substance In the human body
What material are your teeth made up of?
Mineral used by Dentists to help fight Tooth decay by Strengthening the enamel
Surface directly beneath The enamel that acts As a shock absorber.
Inner most part of the Tooth that houses The nerves and blood Supply.
Corner of the mouth Teeth used for grasping And tearing food. Vampire teeth.
The part of the tooth That is below the Gum line.
Name the 4 different Types of teeth in Your mouth.
Incisors, Canine, Premolars, Molars
I have a sticky film On my teeth that if I would just brush, I Would be able to Remove.
I have inflamed gums And bleeding everytime I brush.
I have plaque that Has hardened to my Teeth that I need to Go to the dentist to Remove.
I can see many different Colors but have problems With blue
I just got my tooth Knocked out playing Football. What should I do? (3 things)
1.Find an adult 2.Pick up by crown 3.Rinse in milk (water) 4.Put back in mouth 5.Get to the dentist
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