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Oral Histology Lecture 6

Oral Histology Lecture 6

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Published by: Mohamed Harun B. Sanoh on Mar 26, 2011
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ميحرلا نحرلا هلا مسب
Last time we started a new topic which is
Development of the tooth & its supporting structures; 
we will continue this lecture and start a new topic.The hall was going to be occupied by the faculty of science so the Dr. told us thathe was going to release us early “yotleq sara7na”…We said that we have different stages of tooth development, the first stage isthe
Bud stage 
when we see the tooth as a spherical invagination at this stage wecannot identify anything related to the enamel organ or any structure.After the bell stage we have the
Cap stage 
like in slide #10 and invagination inthe oral Epithelium into the mesenchymal tissue,It has actually developed a concavity there that is why it is called Cap stage, andthis tissue that invagenates and goes down from the dental lamina into themesenchymal tissue we call it Enamel organ, and it will lead to the formation ofEnamel.As they find it is very important in the formation of dentine but it will not formdentine! It is there to send the signal that is responsible for the formation ofdentine <so it has nothing to do with the actual formation of dentine, it hassomething to do with the actual formation of Enamel; that is why it is calledEnamel Organ>.Enamel Organ: is an epithelial structure that arises from the dental lamina, finallyit will give the enamel of the tooth.
Slide (10) so the whole structure is called enamel organ it has a concavity thatlooks like a cap so it is called Cap stage of enamel organ, at this stage we canidentify different groups of cells, we can identify the border line/ or the
Peripheral cells 
and the
, -like the outer cells and the inside cells-.So there are:
Central portion & Peripheral cells.
The peripheral cells are divided into:
External enamel epithelium EEE
; outside &
Internal enamel epithelium IEE
; and the IEE are very important, because theywill finally differentiate to become the ameloblasts and secrete enamel! (Ya3ne elcells el mawjoden fe manteqet el concavity).

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