cementogenesis


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cementogenesis

 [se-men″to-jen´ĕ-sis]
development of cementum on the root dentin of a tooth.

ce·men·to·gen·e·sis

(sē-men'to-jen'ĕ-sis),
The development of the cementum over the root dentin of a tooth.
[cementum + G. genesis, production]

cementogenesis

/ce·men·to·gen·e·sis/ (-jen´ĕ-sis) development of cementum on the root dentin of a tooth.

ce·men·to·gen·e·sis

(sē-men'to-jen'ĕ-sis)
The development of the cementum over the root dentin of a tooth.
[cementum + G. genesis, production]

ce·men·to·gen·e·sis

(sē-men'to-jen'ĕ-sis)
Development of cementum over tooth root dentin.
[cementum + G. genesis, production]

cementogenesis (sēmen´tōjen´əsis),

n the formation of cementum, the calcified connective tissue that covers the roots of teeth, from the epithelial root sheath. See also cementoblast.

cementogenesis

development of cementum on the root dentine of a tooth.
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Budig stated that when water comes in contact with set MTA, calcium hydroxide is released which initiates cementogenesis.
13) A medida que se van formando las raices, la vaina epitelial de Hertwig se desintegra por la cementogenesis, quedando la dentina radicular cubierta por el cemento desde el esmalte cervical.
Various nomenclature are given for the POF by different authors, such as peripheral cementifying fibroma, ossifying fibro-epithelial polyp, peripheral fibroma with cementogenesis, peripheral fibroma with osteogenesis, peripheral fibroma with calcification, calcifying fibroblastic granuloma and calcifying or ossifying fibrous epulis.
POF has also been described by various synonyms such as peripheral cemento ossifying fibroma periph- eral fibroma with osteogenesis peripheral odontogenic fibroma with cementogenesis fibrous epulis etc.
El alto contenido de calcio y fosforo del MTA determina su gran biocompatibilidad, al inducir la cementogenesis con la formacion de tejido conectivo fibroso y escasa inflamacion; ademas, se han reportado ventajas adicionales, como su capacidad antibacteriana y la facilidad de la remocion de excesos (9,11).
The ideal requisite of Biomaterials should be Noncarcinogenic, Bacteriostatic, Should not discolor tooth, Promote Cementogenesis, Osteogenesis & healing [2].
Because their loss promotes cementogenesis, these factors may be good targets for therapies to promote cementum regeneration.
These authors have observed that periodontal defects treated with homogenous bone showed a greater bone filling and cementogenesis when compared to the defects that were only scaled.
In vitro, superior cementoblast adhesion to MTA compared with amalgam and IRM[TM], and expression of genes for cementogenesis, led investigators to label MTA as cemento-conductive [Thomson et al.
Immunolocalization of osteopontin, osteocalcin, and dentin sialoprotein during dental root formation and early cementogenesis in the rat.
Del mismo modo, la amelogenesis puede ser descrita a traves de la participacion de las diferentes proteinas que regulan geneticamente la mineralizacion a partir del deposito de cristales de hidroxiapatita de calcio en la matriz extracelular de los tejidos bio-mineralizados durante los procesos de amelogenesis (esmalte), dentinogenesis (dentina), cementogenesis (cemento) y osteogenesis (hueso alveolar), mediada por ameloblastos, odontoblastos, cementoblastos y osteoblastos respectivamente (30).