Dentistry Cementum

Lectures in periodontics 4Lectures in periodontics 4
The cementum is a specialized calcified avascular mesenchymal tissue that forms the outer covering of the anatomic root. The two main types of cementum are acellular (primary) and cellular (secondary) cementum. Cementum
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Embryology of Dental Structures Embryonic StagesEmbryology of Dental Structures Embryonic Stages
Ectoderm: nasal cavity, enamel, nervous system, appendage of skin, hait and nails and glands. Cementum
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Anatomical Characteristics of the PeriodontiumAnatomical Characteristics of the Periodontium
The attachment apparatus consists of the pdl, cementum, alveolar and supporting bone. Cementum
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A clinicopathologic review with special emphasis on Hypercementosis vs Cementoblastoma introductionA clinicopathologic review with special emphasis on Hypercementosis vs Cementoblastoma introduction
Hypercementosis is defined as an idiopathic, non-neoplastic condition characterized by excessive buildup of normal cementum (calcified tissue) on the roots of one or more teeth.[2]. Cementum
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Andrea Twarowski periodontal reviewAndrea Twarowski periodontal review
How much percentage is localized periodontitis and how much of a percentage is generalized?. Cementum
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What percentage of ortho patients gets root resorption?What percentage of ortho patients gets root resorption?
What I am going to present is exerpts from a Seattle Study Club presentation by Dr. Kovich and his son on Resorption. Cementum
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Karnataka, bangalore. Annexure II proforma for registration of subject for dissertationKarnataka, bangalore. Annexure II proforma for registration of subject for dissertation
Title of the topic – comparative evaluation of physical properties of tooth cementum amongst type 2 diabetic and non-diabetic patients – an scanning electron microscopy study. Cementum
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Cementum is a thin layer of hard, mineralized tissue that covers the surface of the tooth rootCementum is a thin layer of hard, mineralized tissue that covers the surface of the tooth root
Ant characteristic of cementum that makes it possible for the teeth to be moved during orthodontic treatment. The high resistance of cementum to resorption allows the pressure ap­plied during orthodontics to cause resorption of alveolar. Cementum
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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka BangaloreRajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka Bangalore
An analysis of the mineral content, hardness, and modulus of elasticity of root cementum in periodontally diseased teeth from healthy and diabetic subjects. Cementum
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A previously undescribed demonstrable pathologic conditionA previously undescribed demonstrable pathologic condition
Neither has it been found in the periodical dental literature which I have read. Cementum
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Equine TeethEquine Teeth
The embedded part of the tooth is the root, which is covered with a bonelike substance, the cementum, that is united to the wall of alveolar bone chiefly by collagenous fibers. This collagenous connective tissue forms the periodontium. Cementum
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Variable amounts of plaque (the thin, “sticky” film that builds up on the teeth; composed of bacteria, white-blood cells, food particles, and components of saliva) and tartar or calculus. Cementum
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