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Related to dentinal permeability: pulp cavity, dentinal tubules, Dentine hypersensitivity, Enamel tufts

den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl),
Relating to dentin.

den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl)
Relating to dentin.

den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl)
Relating to dentin.

dentinal

(den´tənəl),
adj pertaining to the dentin.
dentinal dysplasia,
dentinal fluid,
n the tissue fluid in the dentinal tubule that surrounds the odontoblastic process.
dentinal permeability,
n the degree to which fluids can pass through intact dentin.
dentinal tubule,
n a microscopic tube within dentin that spreads outward from the tooth's center. It carries dentinal fluid.

dentinal

pertaining to dentin.

dentinal fibers
fibers contained in predentin but displaced by dentin as it is deposited, the fibers leaving apical processes of odontocytes behind, contained in dentinal tubules through which nerves also pass; called also odontoblastic processes.
dentinal tubules
see dentinal fibers (above).