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dentine

, dentin
the calcified tissue surrounding the pulp cavity of a tooth and comprising the bulk of the tooth
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A major reason for the use of GICs in a variety of clinical applications is their capacity to bond chemically to different surfaces such as enamel, dentine, and composite resin.
5 or below and dentine (the yellow substance beneath enamel) at 6.
Small chunks of bone and dentine were superficially cleaned, then soaked in dilute (1-5%) hydrochloric acid in order to extract the acid-insoluble protein residue, loosely referred to as 'collagen'.
Coronal resorption is manifested histologically by degeneration of the enamel and dentine of the coronal portion of the tooth, which is ultimately replaced by vascular connective tissue it occurs because of a defect in the enamel organ of an unerupted tooth [Stafne and Austin, 1945; Blackwood, 1958; Owens et al.
Stable carbon and nitrogen isotope variations in tooth dentine serial sections from Wharram Percy.
Kierdorf K, H Kierdorf and O Fejerskov: Fluoride-induced developmental changes in enamel and dentine of European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus L.
Determination of some compressive properties of human enamel and dentine.
The enamel is worn in this area and the more sensitive dentine underneath is exposed.
There is a loss of anatomical shape and definition in molar teeth and increased sensitivity as dentine is exposed.
Despite a drill's proven efficacy in removing carious tissue, the conventional drilling technique presents negative experiences to the patient, such as tooth vibration, noise, heat and pressure on the pulp, dentine sensitivity, the possibility of overextending the cavity and healthy tissue removal.
Lacarieest une lesion qui attaque au fur et a mesure les tissus durs de la dent, que sont la dentine et l'email.
The toothpaste, which is designed to be used every day, contains the patented NovaMin technology that, GSK says, is scientifically proven to repair teeth by forming a "tooth-like layer" over the exposed dentine.