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Tooth Histology

tooth origin & formation

TermDefinition
deciduous baby or primary teeth
dentition the teeth in their place in the mouth
cementum tissue that covers the roots of the teeth
enamel tissue that covers the crown of the teeth
pulp living portion of the tooth where the blood vessels and nerves are located
dentin forms the bulk of the tooth
furcation where the roots of a tooth split
periodontium the complete attachment apparatus that holds a tooth in the socket
periodontal ligaments bands of tissue that attach the tooth to the bone, provides cushion for the tooth
eruption the process of the teeth coming into the mouth and into place
exfoliation the natural process of shedding the teeth
gingiva gum tissue
Created by: debothel