Dentine sentence example

dentine
  • c, cement; d, dentine; e, enamel.
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  • The third or last molar tooth of both jaws is of great size, and presents a structure at first sight unlike that of any other mammal, being composed of numerous (22-25) parallel cylinders or columns, each with pulp-cavity, dentine and enamel-covering, and packed together with cement.
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  • by which the age of d, Dentine or ivory.
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  • The uncoloured portions are the dentine or ivory, the shaded parts the cement filling the cavities and surrounding the exterior.
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  • Sugar substitutes Chewing gums containing sugar substitutes have been found to be effective in retarding or arresting rampant dentine caries.
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  • caries into dentine ).
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  • WHO examination criteria with the addition of visible, non-cavitated dentine caries were used for recording caries.
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  • carious dentine was left overlying the pulpal floor prior to Ozone treatment.
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  • Table 4 Skewed distribution of decay (decay defined as decay into dentine ).
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  • enamel prisms radiate out, at right angles to the dentine core.
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  • SECM image of ion fluxes through human dentine tubules.
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  • The more specialized of the two species is the Indian or Asiatic elephant, Elephas maximus, specially characterized by the extreme complexity of the structure of its molar teeth, which are composed of a great number of tall and thin plates of enamel and dentine, with the intervals filled by cement (see Proboscidea, fig.
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  • The ridges on the crown are due to the arrangement of the vertical layers of hard dentine (fig.
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  • As the teeth wear, the folded enamel, being harder than the other constituents, the dentine and cement, forms projecting ridges on the surface arranged in a definite pattern, which give it great efficiency as a grinding instrument (see fig.
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  • When the summits of these are worn by mastication their surfaces present circles of dentine surrounded by a border of enamel, and as attrition proceeds different patterns are produced by the union of the bases of the cusps, a trefoil form being characteristic of some species.
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  • the crown it becomes obliterated as the latter wears away, and then the tooth assumes the character of that of an ordinary incisor, consisting only of a core of dentine, surrounded by the external enamel layer.
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