lunes, 22 de junio de 2020

Development of tooth (Odontogenesis) Part I - II

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The development of teeth, also known as odontogenesis, is the process by which not only teeth are formed, but also the supporting tissues, the jaws, and the circulatory and nervous systems of the oral cavity.

Cells are derived from the ectoderm that give rise to the dental germ and 3 parts are identified: enamel organ, dental papilla and dental follicle. This process begins between the sixth and eighth week of prenatal development.

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We share with you two videos in which he clearly explains the tooth formation process and its stages, thanks to the Hack Dentistry channel.

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Source: Youtube/ Hack Dentistry


Source: Youtube/ Hack Dentistry

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