incremental lines

in·cre·men·tal lines

1. in the enamel, calcification lines of Retzius;
2. in the dentin, Owen lines or imbrication lines of von Ebner.

in·cre·men·tal lines

(inkrĕ-mentăl līnz)
1. In dental enamel, calcification lines of Retzius.
2. In dentin, Owen lines or imbrication lines of von Ebner.

incremental lines

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