Primary dentine and attrition

an investigation into the anatomy of human dentine.
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ENDODONTICS The American Association of Endodontists Victor H. Dietz, Editor CLASSIFICATION OF DENTINE INTO PRIMARY, SECONDARY, AND TERTIARY* Yury Kuttler, D.D.S., M.D., Mexico, D. THE most important function of the dental pulp is the formation of dentine with which there exists such an intimate histologie and physiologic rela- tionship that some authors consider them as two parts of the Cited by: The aim of this study was to investigate fluid flow in dentin after restoration of carious teeth with resin composite bonded with a total-etching adhesive, with or without glass-ionomer cement lining.

Dentine primary and secondary curvature of tubules, primary and Primary dentine and attrition book dentine, dead tract. This is a ground longitudinal section of a tooth highlighting the coronal dentine (area 1) and root dentine (area 2).

The dentine can be divided into either primary or (regular) secondary dentine. Secondary dentin is dentin that is formed and deposited in response to a normal or slightly abnormal stimulus after the complete formation of the tooth.

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There is a considerable variation in the composition of primary and secondary dentin. The dentinal tubules that make up dentin are generally irregular. Dentine bonding. Dentine is a heterogeneous tissue composed of about 70% inorganics (hydroxyapatite, HA), 20% organics (collagen), and 10% water by weight.

This makes it much more difficult for bonding compared to enamel. Another problem is that it is a vital tissue and unlikely to create a dry dentine surface, and will damage the pulp if doing so. peritubular / intratubular dentine dentin that forms the wall of each tubule more mineral than intertubular dentin intertubular dentine dentine between the tubules Interglobular Dentin Inter- globuler dentin Dentinal Tubules Dentino Enamel Junction Dentin Cementum Granular layer of.

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If attrition is the only or most predominantly active mechanism occurring, any exposed dentine remains flat and shows no evidence of scooping as is observed with abrasion and by: 9. The microhardness of the enamel, primary dentine and regular secondary dentine of seven donkey and six horse incisors was determined with a Knoop indenter at the subocclusal and mid-tooth level.

The mean microhardnesses of the donkey incisor enamel, primary dentine and secondary dentine were 6 6300 and 536 Knoop Hardness Number. Primary dentin is of 2 types: Mantle and Circumpulpal. Mantle means anything that covers.

Hence it is the zone below the DE junction i.e. it is the outermost part of the part of primary dentin about 20 micro metre in diameter. Fibrils of this zone are perpendicular to DEJ.

Dentine is a biological composite consisting of peculiar micro dentinal tubules [1, 2]. A number of predisposing factors, for example, abrasion, erosion, gingival recession, periodontal disease. 12 Developmental alterations Number Size Shape Structure Developmental alterations Number Hypodontia Lack of development of one or more teeth Anodontia Total lack of tooth development Hyperdontia Development of an increased number of teeth Hypodontia Common dental anomaly %-8% (excluding third molars) Female predominance about Uncommon in primary dentition.

Secondary Curvature of Dentinal Tubules. This section of demineralized dentin is taken along the mid region of their S-shaped primary curva-ture. Look carefully at the course of the tubules and note that they are not a straight, smooth structure.

Instead, they exhibit minor spiral-like kinks or curvatures along the length of their primary. Unlike enamel, dentin continues to form throughout life and can be initiated in response to stimuli, such as tooth decay or attrition. The different stages of dentin formation result in different types of dentin: Mantle dentin, Primary dentin, Secondary dentin, and Tertiary dentin.

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You simply need to know the number of employees who have left the company and your average staff size for. Approximal surfaces have been pointed as a challenge regarding the control of caries lesions in primary teeth, specially due to the larger area of contact between adjacent teeth and limited salivary access [1, 2].In addition, children can present less dexterity to using dental floss and depend on parent’s collaboration to remove interproximal dental plaque [].Cited by: 2.

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With the economic downturn making it harder than ever to. Managing dental erosion. attrition and abfraction. Over time the interaction of all these factors may lead to the progressive loss of tooth tissue and there are often overlapping factors that Cited by: 2.

Calcified tubules, odontoblasts degenerate, response to recession, attrition or progressing caries beneath Tome's granular layer Sclerotic dentin More in crowns; usually at edge of mantle and circumpulpal dentin; hypocalcified dentin.

Currently, dental caries is the main reason of patient visits to dentists. A great deal of scientific work is dedicated to the study of enamel caries.

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The reason for this is the necessity for more detailed study of the pathogenesis of dental caries and other Cited by: Attrition and Abrasion-Erosion from acid-Frequency of acid consumption-Brushing immediately after acidic food or beverages-Gastric reflux, morning sickness or bulima -Secreted more slowly then primary dentin and created by odontoblasts-Creates a "walling off" affect between tubules and the pulp (insulation) when dentin fluid disturbances occur.

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This is an important adaptation because it allows teeth to be useful even if enamel is worn Size: 6MB. Attrition is a gradual process of wearing down, weakening, or destroying something.

Introduction. Tooth wear can be classified as attrition, erosion and abrasion. Attrition is defined as the loss of enamel, dentin, or restoration by tooth-to-tooth contact (Fig. (Fig.1). 1).Erosion is the loss of dental hard tissues by chemical action not involving bacteria ().It is further classified, according to the source of the acid, as either intrinsic or by:   Abstract.

The hereditary dentine disorders, dentinogenesis imperfecta (DGI) and dentine dysplasia (DD), comprise a group of autosomal dominant genetic conditions characterised by abnormal dentine structure affecting either the primary or both the primary and secondary by: A common attrition rate definition refers to employee or staff turnover, but in a broader sense, attrition rate is a calculation of the number of individuals or items that vacate or move out of a larger, collective group over a specified time frame.

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