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Definition of the noun dentine
What does dentine mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: dentines
- a calcareous material harder and denser than bone that comprises the bulk of a tooth
- bone (calcified tissue) surrounding the pulp cavity of a tooth
Alternative definition of the noun dentine
- See dentin.
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Dentine is a mineralized connective tissue that surrounds and encloses pulp. It provides the...
by Barry K B Berkovitz
Unlike enamel, dentine is a living tissue and has a layer of cells on its inner surface that continues to be active...
by Simon Hillson
Dentine Composition and structural components of dentine Dentine is a mineral/organic composite: 72% inorganic by dry weight, 1 8 % collagen and ...
by Barry D. Webby, Florentin Paris, Mary L. Droser, Ian G. Percival
Dentine is a mineralized tissue formed by cells called odontoblasts, which leave behind fine, simple, or complex tubuli, thought to be a derivative of the neural crest of embryos and typical (an apomorphic character) for vertebrates. 3. Lamelline ...
With Medical Case Studies Investigation by Y.F. Al-Obaid, F.N. Bangash, T. Bangash
Dentine is a collagen mineralized with calcium phosphate but it contains cell bodies. The other significant tissue mineralized with calcium phosphate as opposed to calcium carbonate is enamel and this is very different in that it has virtually no ...
Pathogenesis and Management by R.M. Francis
BOne mineral The specific feature distinguishing bone from all other tissues except dentine is the presence of bone mineral. This is a calcium phosphate complex with the overall composition of hydroxyapatite. Although initially present in ...
by Andrew Davies, Joel Epstein
The dentine is a living mineralized tissue, and the cells (odontoblasts) reside at the bottom of each tubule within the dental pulp. The dental pulp is the soft-tissue component of the tooth, and contains the blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerves.
by Irfan Ahmad
revealing the underlying dentine strata. The multi-layered enamel/ dentine is a major obstacle for instrumental reading of tooth colour, since the ...
by Deborah Reeder, Sheri Miller, DeeAnn Wilfong, Midge Leitch, Dana Zimmel
Dentine is the main mineralized tissue within a tooth. The crown can be identified by its characteristic enamel encasement making it hard, whereas the root is encased in cement. Pulp is the connective tissue within the hard encasement of a ...
What Science Knows (2009)
And How It Knows It by James Franklin
Having exposed dentine is a very painful 1 Preface.
by Caroline Arnold
(Dentine is the hard material underneath the enamel of your teeth.) Elephants are not the descendants of mammoths, but because they are so closely related, our knowledge of these living animals is helping us to learn about the ancient ...
by Avijit Banerjee, Timothy F. Watson
Dentine is a vital tissue containing the cytoplasmic extensions of odoutoblasts and must be considered together with the pulp since the two tissues are so intimately connected. The dentine—pulp complex, like any other vital tissue in the body, ...
Master Dentistry (2008)
Volume 2: Restorative Dentistry, Paediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics by Peter Heasman
Reactionary dentine is a response to a mild noxious stimulus whereas reparative dentine is deposited directly beneath the path of injured dentinal tubules as a response to strong noxious stimuli. Treatment is dependent upon the pulpal ...
Vertebrate Biology (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Dentine is a calcified tissue ...
Items of Interest (1890)
Tho this is a step higher in the scale, no more is known of its development than osteo-dentine. Hard dentine is the prevailing kind. It varies much in structure, tho it all contains the characteristic of having a central pulp from which fibrils radiate ...
by Bernard Wood
The dentine core of a tooth is continuous between the crown and root. Coronal dentine underlies the enamel cap and root dentine, which is covered by cementum, supports the crown and anchors the tooth within its bony alveolus or socket.
by Bernard Wood
dentine The hard tissue that forms the bulk of a tooth crown and nearly all of a tooth root. Dentine is one of the three dental hard tissues (the others are enamel and cementum). Unlike bone, dentine (or ivory, which is the same thing) contains ...
by Laurence Urdang
dentine (dentin) n. a hard tissue that fomis caused by the metabolism of the bacteria in ”'plaque attached to the surface of the tooth. Acid formed by bacterial breakdown of sugar in the diet causes demineralization of the enamel ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1893)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge
entine,' which forms the body of the tooth, and 'cement,' which forms its outer crust , are always present; the third tissue, the 'enamel,' when present, being situated between the dentine and cement. The dentine, which is divided by Owen into ...
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Scrabble value of D2E1N1T1I1N1E1
The value of this 7-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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