dentine

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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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introduced an age estimation method by indirectly measuring secondary dentine deposition on radiographs and proposed a number of length and width measurements of teeth and pulp.
1978, Cheater 2006), and 2) two cementum lines per year plus one year, as deposition of secondary dentine in mammals south of the equator may occur at a rate of two lines per year (Spinage 1976).
In most mammal species the dentine is exposed with wear, providing a proliferation of secondary dentine, of darker color than the initial dentine.