By Arnold Hohmann, Werner Hielscher
Dental technicians should have a complete wisdom of dental anatomy, body structure and pathology so that it will paintings with dentists to supply winning dental prostheses. a lot education for dental technicians is spent on honing sound technical abilities, yet this textbook lays out the theoretical beginning that's prerequisite for reproducing useful and esthetic the teeth and substitute tissues for person dentitions. via offering the scientific and technical context for dental expertise paintings and concentrating on sensible interrelation one of the anatomical elements, the authors determine the variables and standards for measuring luck. This e-book offers the high-level technical wisdom essential to boost profession-specific competence and innovation in dental know-how.
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The dental papilla is an accumulation of cells arising from embryonic connective tissue and migrated nerve fibers, which is enclosed by the epithelial bell. A thin layer of connective tissue known as the follicle surrounds the dental papilla and enamel organ. The cells of the dental papilla control formation of the root and the tooth shape. The enamelforming cells differentiate from the cells of the in ternal enamel epithelium, while the dentin-forming cells are differentiated from the peripheral cells of the dental papilla.
This means that pigments, water, and alcohol can flow relatively freely through enamel (water penetrates enamel to a depth of about 4 mm within 24 hours). This is why chemical changes that help to maintain or alter the composition of the enamel can be initiated in enamel. Formation of enamel (amelogenesis) Dental enamel is a complex product of differentiated cell activities of ameloblasts (Fig 3-7). It arises during three processes taking place in the cells simultaneously, namely the formation of enamel matrix, mineralization of the matrix, and maturation of the crystalline structure.
The tooth. This is why the neck looks darker, while at the incisal edge the tooth appears to have a lighter, almost transparent consistency. Enamel is the hardest substance in the human body and extremely resistant to mechanical stresses and strains. Being composed of inorganic substances gives enamel very high resistance to chemical influences. However, this hardest dental substance is also the most brittle in the human body and, in line with its mineral density, is harder and more brittle at the surface than in the deeper layers.
Foundations of Dental Technology Anatomy and Physiology by Arnold Hohmann, Werner Hielscher