calcified dentin

calcified dentin
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  • Dentin — is the hard tissue of the tooth surrounding the central core of nerves and blood vessels (pulp). * * * SYN: dentine. [L. dens, tooth] hereditary opalescent d. 1. SYN: dentinogenesis imperfecta. 2. SYN: opalescent d.. hypersensitive d. exposed d …   Medical dictionary

  • Dentin — Parts of a tooth, including dentine Dentine (AE: dentin) is a calcified tissue of the body, and along with enamel, cementum, and pulp is one of the four major components of teeth. Usually, it is covered by enamel on the crown and cementum on the… …   Wikipedia

  • dentin — noun 1. a calcareous material harder and denser than bone that comprises the bulk of a tooth • Syn: ↑dentine • Hypernyms: ↑animal material • Hyponyms: ↑ivory, ↑tusk 2. bone (calcified tissue) surrounding the pulp cavity of a tooth …   Useful english dictionary

  • transparent dentin — dentin in which some dentinal tubules have become sclerotic or calcified (dental sclerosis), producing the appearance of translucency, usually resulting from injury, abrasion, or normal aging processes. Called also calcified d. and sclerotic d …   Medical dictionary

  • interglobular dentin — imperfectly calcified dentinal matrix situated between the calcified globules near the periphery of the dentin …   Medical dictionary

  • incremental lines — n pl lines seen in a tooth in section showing the periodic depositions of dentin, enamel, and cementum occurring during the tooth s growth * * * lines showing the successive layers deposited in a tissue. In the enamel, they are brown striations… …   Medical dictionary

  • granular layer of Tomes — a layer of imperfectly calcified dentin made of small interglobular spaces immediately beneath the dentinocemental junction in the root of a tooth. Called also Tomes granular l …   Medical dictionary

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  • Tooth (human) — For other uses of tooth or teeth , see Tooth (disambiguation). Teeth An adult human s teeth …   Wikipedia

  • Mineralized tissues — Mineralized tissues: sea sponge, sea shells, conch, dentin, radiolarian, antler, bone Mineralized tissues are biological tissues that incorporate minerals into soft matrices. Typically these tissues form a protective shield or structural… …   Wikipedia

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