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Stucture of a tooth

Pretty much what the name said

Enamel does what? Protects teeth
Dentin is what? The main section of the tooth (Like Tisue)
Dental Pulp is what? A healing lining, that forms the inner structure
Cementum is what? Holds tooth in place with a rough covering
The Roots are what? The part of the tooth embedded in the jaw
Root Foramen is what? the opening at the apex of the root of a tooth that gives passage to the nerve and blood vessels
Gingva does what? Protects the jaw bones and roots of teeth
Mucosa does what? This is the soft pinkish-to-purplish tissue covering the inside of the mouth. Its primary function is to prevent irritants and infectious agents from entering the body
The Periodontal does what? commonly abbreviated as the PDL is a group of specialized connective tissue fibers that essentially attach a tooth to the alveolar bone within which it sits
The Vessels do what? they give blood to the nerves in the teeth
Created by: useme13