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Kharkov National Medical University

Kharkov National Medical University

Kharkov National Medical University. LECTURE for dentistry students. Department of Histology, cytology and embryology. TEETH AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT. TOOTH HAS 4 PARTS:. WABeresford. 1. ENAMEL. GINGIVA. 2. DENTINE. 4. PULP. 3. CEMENTUM. PERIODONTAL LIGAMENT/ PDL.

By johana
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Dental Terminology Part 2

Dental Terminology Part 2

Dental Terminology Part 2. Class Exercises. Topics. Tooth Structure & Support Clinic Crown & Root Anatomical Crown & Root Proximal Contact Areas Embrasures Interproximal Space. Class Exercises. Tooth Structure & Support. Page 12-17 of your text book. Class Exercise.

By maddox
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Chemical Composition of The Teeth

Chemical Composition of The Teeth

Chemical Composition of The Teeth. The main dental tissues:. Teeth are made of: Enamel – Dentine – Cementum Enamel and dentine have different composition Cementum and dentine are very similar in composition. The relations of the main dental tissues. Composition of dental tissues .

By anise
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Crocker Art Museum

Crocker Art Museum

Crocker Art Museum. Make-up assignment worth two 2 classes (2 attendances) and 10 points averaged into your quiz score. Kao Yang with In the Artist’s Studio by Edouard-Antoine Marsal,1889 , oil on canvas. Daijah Thomas with Ballerina by Moses Soyer, n/d .

By mizell
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The Radiology of Oral and Perioral Cysts

The Radiology of Oral and Perioral Cysts

The Radiology of Oral and Perioral Cysts. Juan F. Yepes, DDS, MD, MPH Assistant Professor Division of OD, OM, OMFR Department of Oral Health Practice UKCD ODM 820 Spring 2009. Cyst. Pathologic cavity filled with fluid, lined by epithelium, and surrounded by a connective tissue wall.

By azize
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Dental Terminology

Dental Terminology

Dental Terminology. Typodonts. a model of each arch that contains all of the teeth in the jaw. You will work with maxillary (upper) and mandibular (lower) typodonts in the Tooth Preparation class. Maxillary. Mandibular. Tooth Types. Anterior – incisors and canines

By malina
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Accessory Organs of Digestion & Teeth

Accessory Organs of Digestion & Teeth

Anatomy & Physiology Mrs. Halkuff. Accessory Organs of Digestion & Teeth. What is an accessory organ?. Accessory organs produce secretions that aid the organs of the alimentary canal. Include: Salivary Glands Pancreas Liver Gall Bladder. Salivary Glands. Located in the mouth

By benny
(142 views)

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM. ORAL CAVITY. Oral cavity consists of the mouth and its structures, which include the tongue, teeth and their supporting structures ( periodontium ), major and minor salivary glands, and tonsils. Divided into vestibule and oral cavity proper . MUCOSA.

By fraley
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Reactions to female disfigurement from smallpox in texts from the Eighteenth Century

Reactions to female disfigurement from smallpox in texts from the Eighteenth Century

Reactions to female disfigurement from smallpox in texts from the Eighteenth Century. with particular reference to the response of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Child suffering from smallpox. The effects of smallpox.

By zudora
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The bulk of a tooth is formed of dentine, which is sensitive to ternperature

The bulk of a tooth is formed of dentine, which is sensitive to ternperature

The bulk of a tooth is formed of dentine, which is sensitive to ternperature change and other stimuli. In the centre of the tooth crown, and down the root to the tooth apex, is a hollow space occupied by the pulp, which is soft tissue containing nerves and vessels. The

By temira
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The tooth and surrounding structures

The tooth and surrounding structures

The tooth and surrounding structures. UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF. Objectives. Identify the divisions of the tooth, surfaces of the tooth, tissues of the tooth, and tissues of the periodontium .

By harken
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23

23

23 . The Digestive System: Part A. Gastrointestinal Tract Activities. There are six essential activities: Ingestion – taking food into the digestive tract Propulsion – swallowing and peristalsis Peristalsis – waves of contraction and relaxation of muscles in the organ walls

By louisa
(114 views)

Anatomical Landmarks

Anatomical Landmarks

Anatomical Landmarks. Enamel, Dentin, pulp, Cementum , bone, PDL. Maxillary Molars. Max Molar. Max Molar. Max Cuspid. Max Cuspid. Max Incisors. Max Incisors. Mandibular premolar. Mand Incisor. Mand Incisors. Misc.

By galia
(181 views)

Chapter 17 – Part I

Chapter 17 – Part I

Chapter 17 – Part I. Alimentary canal Mouth Pharynx Esophagus. Carbohydrates, proteins and fats are all made up of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. Fats are made up of smaller units called amino acids. Starch is a large carbohydrate molecule.

By chul
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Chapter 22 – The Digestive System

Chapter 22 – The Digestive System

Chapter 22 – The Digestive System . 2 main components. Alimentary canal Continuous passageway from mouth to anus Accessory organs/structures Assists with the physical and/or chemical breakdown of food Teeth, salivary glands, pancreas, liver . Digestive processes. Ingestion

By samson
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Gastrointestinal Tract Activities

Gastrointestinal Tract Activities

Gastrointestinal Tract Activities. There are six essential activities: Ingestion – taking food into the digestive tract Propulsion – swallowing and peristalsis Peristalsis – waves of contraction and relaxation of muscles in the organ walls

By cai
(284 views)

Dental Anomalies

Dental Anomalies

Dental Anomalies. Definition of anomaly- Noticeably different or deviates from norm. Results from:. Heredity Tooth Development Defeat. Physical, chemical trauma Nutritional deficiencies Stress, habits, environmental. Hereditary- occurs because of individual genetic makeup

By hugh
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Welcome			2/2/2011

Welcome 2/2/2011

Welcome 2/2/2011. Do Now: Describe the technique used on the Bayeux Tapestry. Objective – SWBAT: Identify and analyze the different aspects of Gothic Art. . Office Hours. Tuesday and Thursday – 3:00 – 4:00 from now until May 3 rd .

By gezana
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Equine Dental Abnormalities & Dentistry Brendan Kraus, DVM Photos courtesy Leon Scrutchfield,DVM

Equine Dental Abnormalities & Dentistry Brendan Kraus, DVM Photos courtesy Leon Scrutchfield,DVM

Equine Dental Abnormalities & Dentistry Brendan Kraus, DVM Photos courtesy Leon Scrutchfield,DVM. Equine Teeth. Horses evolved as a continuously grazing animal Free range horses graze 10-12 hours per day. Dental problems have been made worse by man altering the horse ’ s natural lifestyle

By roy
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Day 1

Day 1

Day 1. TEETH !. Listen to answer your exit slip ???. https://www.mycapstonelibrary.com/runtimelogin.aspx. Day 2. 3. 1. 4. 5. 2. 6. Humans have two sets of teeth, the baby teeth (also called the primary teeth) and the permanent teeth. Children have 20 primary teeth; they are replaced

By nia
(351 views)

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