odontoblastic


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odontoblastic

emanating from or pertaining to odontoblast.

odontoblastic layer
the epithelioid layer of odontoblasts in contact with the dentine of teeth.
odontoblastic processes
see dentinal fibers.
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Neither odontoblastic alterations have been noticed nor inflammatory response in pulp chamber beneath the preparation observed.
Up to the present, we've known that PC is able to facilitate odontoblastic differentiation on dental pulp cells, [sup][18] encourage hard tissue deposition [sup][24] and show good biocompatibility.
As a pulp capping or pulpotomy medicament in both animals and humans, MTA preserved normal pulp architecture, caused little or no inflammation and maintained an intact odontoblastic layer in almost all samples (Table 1) [Dominguez et al.
Additionally, the odontoblasts, which are the dentin-producing cells, are located near the pulp with the odontoblastic processes being restricted to the inner one-third of the dentinal tubules.
Smear layer contains inorganic and organic substances that include fragments of odontoblastic process, micro organisms and necrotic debris.
The organic component comprises heated coagulated protein, necrotic or viable pulp tissue and odontoblastic processes, saliva, blood cells and micro organisms.
In this system, the cutting process occurs by means of kinetic energy and consequently no odontoblastic extensions are eliminated as happens with high speed rotary handpieces, which may result in pain.