cellular cement

cellular cement

a type I collagen hard tissue, housing cementocytes in lacunae; covers the apical one third to one half of the root of the tooth; usually is absent in incisors and canines.
See also: acellular cement, secondary cement.
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The first external structure is made of reinforced concrete treated with wax, whereas the second is made of cellular cement and pierced with rays of light from different sources.