Enamel membrane



enamel membrane n.
The internal layer of the enamel organ formed by the enamel cells.

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    enamelogenesis e·nam·e·lo·gen·e·sis (ĭ-nām’ə-lō-jěn’ĭ-sĭs) n. See amelogenesis.

  • Enameloma

    enameloma e·nam·e·lo·ma (ĭ-nām’ə-lō’mə) n. pl. e·nam·e·lo·mas or e·nam·e·lo·ma·ta (-mə-tə) A developmental anomaly in which a small nodule of enamel is below the cementoenamel junction, usually at the bifurcation of molar teeth.



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    enamel organ n. A mass of ectodermal cells budded from the dental lamina. It develops the ameloblast layer of cells which produce the enamel cap of a developing tooth.

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