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The Dental Pulp
Functions of the Dental Pulp 1.Inductive 2.Formative 3.Protective 4.Sensory
1.Odontoblastic Layer 2.Cell Free Zone 3.Cell Rich Zone 4.Pulp Core A.Odontoblasts B.“Reticular Fibers” C.Capillaries D.Nerves E.Mesenchymal Cells F.Dentin G.Subodontic Nerve Plexus Zones of the Pulp Avery: Oral Histology
Nerves in Teeth 1.A Mechanoreceptors 2.A Thermoreceptors Nociceptors 3.C fibers Nociceptors
Hydrodynamic Mechanism of Dental Pain A.Odontoblast B.Predentin C.Dentin D.Odontoblastic Process E.Subodontoblastic Nerve Plexus F.A Fiber G.Axon Terminal in Tubule
1. Secondary Dentin Reduction is size 2. Tertiary Dentin Reparative dentin Reactive dentin 3. Calcification Pulp stones Age Changes in the Dental Pulp
Response to Injury
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Hand out has most everything I want you to know on it
Tissue of the teeth Dr Jamal Naim PhD in Orthodontics Dentin.
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Dentin forms the main bulk of the tooth ☻In crown it is covered by enamel ☻In root it is covered by cementum.
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INTRODUCTION Dentin is a hard bone-like tissue that is present in the crown as well as in the root of teeth. In the crown, dentin is covered by enamel.
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ISTOLOGY Ma. Concepcion B. Medina, DDM. Oral Medicine Section College of Dentistry, University of the Philippines Manila Taft Avenue corner Pedro Gil St.,
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