Cemental

Ce`ment´al


a.1.Of or pertaining to cement, as of a tooth; as, cemental tubes.
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Cemental deposition, tooth succession, and horn development as criteria of age in Dali sheep.
Objective: The present study aimed to determine the prevalence of cemental tears and evaluate its relation with patient gender, age and tooth type in a population of adult dental patients applied to the university hospital in the center Black Sea Region of Turkey.
Another function of the cemental layer is related to its ability to inhibit the movement of toxins if present in the root canal space into the surrounding periodontal tissues.
Fig 4: Photomicrograph of sagittal section of animal No 4 of group A showing distorted attachment of periodontal ligament fibers with loss of cells in between (double arrow) and cemental erosion (single arrow).
bone-pathology-related, including peripheral ossifying fibroma, periapical cemental dysplasia, and traumatic bone cyst.
It is interesting to note that cemental abrasion increases exponentially as rotational speed is increased.
Benign cementoblastoma is one of 4 World Health Organization recognized cemental neoplasms.
Fukazawa E, Nishimura K: Superficial cemental curettage: its efficacy in promoting improved cellular attachment on human root surfaces previously damaged by periodontitis.
Differential diagnosis for lesions in the periapical region of the mandibular incisors includes periapical cemental dysplasia (PCD), which typically is found in middle-aged African-American females, (5) and lesions resulting from non-vitality of the teeth.
A FRIEND OF MINE AND I RECENTLY COMPLETED A CROSS COUNTRY DRIVE FROM RHODE ISLAND TO WASHINGTON, IT WAS FOUR WEEKS OF PURE CEMENTAL SICKNESS.