[ UK /dˈɛntiːn/ ]
[ US /ˈdɛntin/ ]
  1. a calcareous material harder and denser than bone that comprises the bulk of a tooth
  2. bone (calcified tissue) surrounding the pulp cavity of a tooth
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How To Use dentine In A Sentence

  • Even in the Tridentine world which demanded strict claustration of all solemnly professed religious women, these women monitored the finances of their families and insisted upon the prompt payment of various sums.
  • The mineral component of dentine may be any of several materials.
  • If the sensitive dentine of the root is exposed, the tooth can become sensitive.
  • Further, X-rays showed there was no deposit of secondary dentine as would have been expected if the abrasion had been due to natural attrition before death.
  • The fibres of the periodontal ligament attach through cementum to the dentine surface.
  • You'll have to ask the experts, but as I understand it, it is a general permission or liberalization for the Tridentine Mass to be offered anywhere by any priest without an indult - in other words, the old Mass is more or less restored and is on equal footing with the Novus Ordo - not that it needs restoration, but some progressive Church people wanted it suppressed and would not permit it in their diocese, and so on - it's a big deal. Archive 2006-12-10
  • The other could be filled to cap off the tooth and protect the dentine for 80. The Sun
  • The teeth are only slightly worn; the dentine is exposed on one mesial cusp on the first right and left permanent molars.
  • Emergency care consists of placing a suitable dentine lining material on to the fractured dentine, and so prompt treatment by a dentist within the same working day or at least by the following morning is required.
  • Among armadillos, some groups reduced their dentition in response to myrmecophagy and some acquired lobate teeth and accentuated differences in hardness of dentine types.
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