Derived forms of dentinedentinal, adjective
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The enamel organs and dentine bulb for the permanent teeth form just before birth (Fig. 51) in like manner with the temporary set.
Teeth-enamel is formed from the epiblast, and dentine, cementum, pulp (except as to nerve tissue) from the mesoblast.
The enamel organs of the first set appear during the seventh week of fœtal life; the dentine bulb during the ninth week.
Finally, enamel itself and dentine are developed, and the embryonic tooth remains covered under the gums until it cuts them.Embryology|Gerald R. Leighton
As long as growth continues the outer layers of this pulp become successively calcified and added to the substance of the dentine.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds