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Cementum formation (cementogenesis)

Cementum formation (cementogenesis)

Cementum formation (cementogenesis) When root dentine has formed, Hertwig’s root sheath degenerates allowing adjacent cells from the dental follicle to come into contact with the root dentine. These cells differentiate into cementoblasts. Cementoblasts are cuboidal in shape and form a single layer on the surface of the root dentine. The cementoblasts secrete cementum matrix consisting […]

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