primary dentin


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pri·mar·y den·'tin

dentin formed during normal tooth development until the root is completed.

pri·mar·y den·tin

(prī'mar-ē den'tin)
Dentin that forms until the root is completed.

pri·mar·y den·tin

(prī'mar-ē den'tin)
Dentin formed during normal tooth development until root is completed.
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Initially, the pulp is responsible for the formation of the primary dentin, and in the fully formed tooth for the formation of secondary dentin.
This indicates that primary dentin is more reactive to acid etching due to the lower mineral content.
(4) studied adhesion of self-conditioning systems in primary dentin by the microtensile bond strength test and SEM, and observed that the hybrid layer formed had optimal, uniform, and continuous adaptation.
Bond strength of different adhesives to caries-affected primary dentin. Dtsch Zahnarztl Z 1999b;54:455-458.