← Dentin Pulp Ch 13 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- How does dentin appear on a radiograph compared to enamel?
- What is another name for an afferent axon?
- Does the odontoblastic process run the entire length of the dentinal tubule?
- During what stage does dentinogenesis begin?
- What can be contained inside the dentinal tubule?
- a sensory axon
- b the apposition stage
- c it is more radiolucent
- d hollow space, dentinal fluid, an odontoblastic process, and possibly an afferent axon
- e it may or may not extend the full length to the DEJ or DCJ
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- small delicate curves noted in the primary curvature, noting smaller daily changes in odontoblast direction
- fills in along the outer pulpal wall
- a long cellular extension located within the dentinal tubule and still attached to the cell body of the odontoblast within the pulp
- moving away from the DEJ
5 True/False Questions
How do the crystals of dentin compare to those of enamel? → circumpulpal dentin
What is the description of peritubular and intertubular dentin? → highly calcified
What is another name for the dentin matrix? → pre-dentin
What structure comes from the outer cells of the dental papilla? → odontoblast
About how much pre-dentin is laid down daily by the odontoblasts? → nonmineralized collagen fibers