dentinogenesis


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dentinogenesis

[den¦tēn·ə¦jen·ə·səs]
(physiology)
The formation of dentin.
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prosthodontic rehabilitation of dentinogenesis imperfect.
La colagena fue un agente que se investigo dado que es una proteina existente en dentina y hueso pensando en que podria ser un agente importante en la dentinogenesis reparativa, los resultados de pulpotomias con colagena en mandriles (73) no fueron satisfactorios.
Dentinogenesis imperfecta is a hereditary abnormality of dentin in the absence of systemic disease.
When a tooth injury, dental pulp is involved in reparative dentinogenesis and deposits a new dentin matrix to repair the injured site (Renjen et al.
3) Research involving animal dental tissues in initial stages of development has been conducted to determine the role of biglycan and decorin in dentinogenesis.
La dentinogenesis reparativa se obtiene claramente a las tres semanas del recubrimiento, asociada con una matriz fibrodentinal.
However, the genes regulating enamel and dentine formation are highly specific for teeth, and their mutations are associated with dental disorders such as amelogenesis imperfecta, dentinogenesis imperfecta, dentine dysplasia and isolated anomalies of tooth number and size [Bailleul-Forestier et al.
Comparison of Stem-cell-mediated Osteogenesis and Dentinogenesis.
They describe a 19-year-old Soldier's presentation with a condition known as dentinogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder that affects the majority of the teeth, which, without treatment, ultimately results in serious deterioration and tooth loss.
Los tubulos dentinarios se extienden a traves de todo el espesor de la dentina desde la union amelodentinaria hasta la pulpa y su configuracion indica el curso tomado por el odontoblasto durante la dentinogenesis (Ten Cate 1986).