Dentin

the hard, yellowish tissue underlying the enamel and cementum; it makes up the major bulk of the tooth.
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Dentin

Layer of tooth structure under the enamel. Exposed dentine is the main cause of tooth sensitivity.
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Dentin

Dentin: Dentin is the hard tissue of the tooth surrounding the central core of nerves and blood vessels (pulp).
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dentin

<dentistry> The calcified tissue below the enamel, enclosing the cavity of the tooth containing the pulp chamber and root canals. ... (08 Jan 1998) ...
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dentin

(denĀ“tin) the chief substance of the teeth, surrounding the tooth pulp and covered by the enamel on the crown and by cementum on the roots. adj., denĀ“tinal., adj.
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Dentin

That part of the tooth that is beneath enamel and cementum.
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Dentin

The part of the tooth that is under both the enamel which covers the crown and the cemented which covers the root
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dentin

Type: Term Pronunciation: den′tin Definitions: 1. The ivory forming the mass of the tooth. About 20% is organic matrix, mostly type I collagen, with some elastin and a small amount of mucopolysaccharide; the inorganic fraction (70%) is mainly hydroxyapatite, with some carbonate, magnesium, and fluoride. The dentin is traversed by a large numb...
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DENTIN

The tooth layer lying between the inner pulp (containing the tooth's blood and nerve supply) and the overlying enamel.
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Dentin

The calcium part of a tooth below the enamel containing the pulp chamber and root canals.
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Dentin

Layer of tooth structure under the enamel. Exposed dentine is the main cause of tooth sensitivity.
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Dentin

Dentin is the most abundant dental tissue determines the size and shape of teeth. Dentin is a bone-like substance that is formed by odontoblast cell which make up most of the structure the tooth. Dentin is found just under the enamel in the crown and under the cementum in the root. The unique structure and composition of dentin allows it to functio...
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dentin

(den;tin) The main substance of a tooth, covered by enamel over the crown of the tooth and by cementum on the root.
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dentin

(den;tin) The main substance of a tooth, covered by enamel over the crown of the tooth and by cementum on the root.
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Dentin

Dentin (n) (American English) or dentine (n or n) (UK English) (substantia eburnea) is a calcified tissue of the body, and along with enamel, cementum, and pulp is one of the four major components of teeth. It is usually covered by enamel on the crown and cementum on the root and surrounds the entire pulp. By weight, 70% of dentin consists of the ...
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dentin

Hard tissue which forms the bulk of the tooth and develops from the dental papilla and dental pulp, and in the mature state is mineralized.
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DENTIN

the hard, yellowish tissue underlying the enamel and cementum; it makes up the major bulk of the tooth.
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Dentin

The layer of tooth structure under the enamel. This layer is highly sensitive.
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Dentin

The part of the tooth that is under both the enamel which covers the crown and the cemented which co
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Dentin

The part of the tooth that is under both the enamel which covers the crown and the cemented which co
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