Functions of dental lamina
connection of the tooth bud to oral epithelium
formation of permanent teeth
formation of supernumerary teeth
The origin of enamel
The largest component of a tooth
What's incorrect about epithelial diaphragm?
its plane remains horizontal
it keeps a fixed distance from the basal part of the adjacent eolar bone
its growing tip is located apically
it's responsible for multi-root formation
What's not a function of tooth movement in the phase III of eruption?
accommodate the growth of jaws
compensate for tooth attrition
maintain the proximal tooth contact
create room for additional enamel production
What's Dr. Galil's definition of Nasmyth's membrane?
primary enamel cuticle
reduced enamel epithelium
primary enamel cuticle and reduced enamel epithelium
The dental pulp can sense
The function of stratum intermedium in tooth formation
induce the formation of ameloblasts
not well understood