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dorsum of tongue
taste buds
specialized
nonkeratinized
specialized
free gingiva
attached
interdental
hard palate
masticatory
keritanized
masticatory mucosa
nonkeratinized
lining mucosa
sulcular epi
col
nonkeratinized
mucogingival jxn
lining mucosa
masticatory mucosa
prevent tipping
prevent dislocation
apical
type i collagen>
principle fibers of PDL
resist lateral forces
horizontal
middle 1/3 of root
oblique
resistant to forces along long axis of tooth
oblique
alveolar creat and fan out coronally

into gingival CT
alveologingival
CD-DAT
circumferential
dentoperiosteal
dentogingival
alveologing
transseptal
gingival fibers
resist rotation
cirumferential
sometimes classified as
principal fibers of PDL
transseptal fibers
support for marginal gingiva

ie
interdental papilla
gingival fibers
continuous with CT of PDL
part of ligament
gingival fibers
inner layer of cells of

jxnal epi
attaches to ging to tooth
epi attachment
epi collar that provides epi attachment to tooth surface
jxnal epi
unite epi cells of jxn epi to

tooth
epi attachment
hemidesmosomes
epi attachment
internal basal lamina
epi attachment
0.2mm wide
PDL
less that 60% of F-L width of tooth
occlusal table
15-20 degress
mand molar lingual inclination
PDL from
dental sac
tissue immediately adjacent to PDL
cementum
alveolar bone
found in PDL
remnants of hertwig's epi root sheath
rests of malassez
groups of epi cells
in PDl of fxnal tooth
rest of malassez
free gingiva=
gingival fibers
collagen fibers that support gingiva & attach it to
tooth
alveolar bone
gingival fibers
continuous with PDL
gingival fibers
PDL surrounds root
connects it with bone by
principal fibers
gingival fiber
CD-DAT
gingival fibers
epi attachment
gingival apparatus
dentogingival
alveologingival
circumferential

CD-DAT
gingival ligament
gingival unit
free gingiva
attached gingiva
alveolar mucosa
cementum
PDL
alveolar bone propter
attachment apparatus
extends from
mucogingival jxn
to
free gingival groove
attached gingiva
free gingival groove
gingival margin
free gingiva
gingival crest
to
crest of bone
free gingiva
separated free gingiva from attached gingiva
free ging groove
separates attached gingiva from alveolar mucosa
mucoging jxn