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what is cementum in teeth

What is Cementum in Teeth? With Classification

Cementum is a bone-like mineralized tissue lining the dentin of the root that protects the root and also serves as an attachment surface to anchor the periodontal ligament to the tooth.

Baby Teeth Fall Out – Know What to Expect

Your child will start to lose their baby teeth by the age of 5 years. Baby teeth fall to make room for the permanent teeth to erupt.

Do You Know Tooth Pulp? – The Heart of Your Tooth

The pulp is the neurovascular bundle central to each tooth, permanent or primary. It comprises a central pulp chamber, pulp horns, and radicular canals.
Adult with Baby Teeth

Adult with Baby Teeth – Cause & Treatment Options

A primary tooth is considered over retained when the eruption of the corresponding permanent tooth is delayed for more than a year from the expected date.
Primary Dentition

Know Everything About Primary Dentition or Baby Teeth

Primary teeth are the first set of dentition that erupts in a person's mouth. It comprises of 20 teeth- 4 central incisors, 4 lateral incisors, 4 canines, and 8 molars.

Tongue – Its Anatomy, Structure, and Functions

The tongue is a fleshy, muscular organ in the mouth. A moist, pink oral mucosa covers it. The surface of the tongue looks rough due to the presence of papillae.

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