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Is tooth consider as a bone?
a tooth is concidered a bone!
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Answer Tooth is bone....
Get the translation page from the roof of the ruins, and spell "open" to enter the underground door. The bone is beneath the spiked walls, so you will have to climb back up pa…st the fast-moving worm. (The bat character will also tell you about the creature bone.) (There is a sign that says "Dinosaur Bones Found Here". You will come to a bone which you collect.) (see related question)
The bone is in the middle chamber of the underground ruins. It is at the bottom of the hole with spikes down the sides, and just left of the statue with the giant centipede. (…see related question) It's in the temple. There's a huge shark statue inside with a big bug crawling on it (you have to avoid the bug). Get on top of the statue and fall down on the left side. There's lots of dirty water and rotten logs. On your left side you will see land. Get on the land and keep going to the left. You will see lots of bones but the one you want is in the giant skull's mouth. Pick it up and you've got it. Continue left to find the Key Ingredient and the exit.
A common complication of tooth extraction is something called a 'sequestrum'. This is a small sliver of bone that has died and sheared off of the wall of the tooth socke…t. The body generally reacts to the sliver of dead bone as it would a splinter. It slowly works its way to the surface and pokes through the gum tissue. At this point, it is best to return to the dentist who extracted the tooth. He/she is trained to manage this minor complication properly. Once the sequestrum is removed, the pain goes away quickly and the healing will follow.
It is best to let your dentist remove these fragments. It is most likely pieces of a tooth rather than bone. Rinsing with warm salt water will help the healing of your g…ums. After a tooth removal, as the inflammation goes away and your gums shrink, some fragments may push their way through the gum. This is usually related to a tooth that was broken during its removal. Follow up with your dentist any time you experience something unusual after a procedure.
Bones are defined by the presence of osteoblasts and osteoclasts, the two types of cells that produce and dissolve BONE in the body. Teeth are made by odontoblasts and amelobl…asts, which are totally distinct and different from osteoblasts.
these are two different elements, thigh bone is "bone" and a tooth is enamel
The pisiform bone (also called pisiforme or lentiform bone) is a small knobbly, pea-shaped wrist bone. It forms the ulnar border of the carpal tunnel. The pisiform bone is fou…nd in the proximal row of the carpus. It is located where the ulna (inner bone of the forearm when in anatomical position) joins the carpus (wrist). It articulates only with the triquetral. It is a sesamoid bone. The pisiform bone may be known by its small size, and by its presenting a single articular facet. It is situated on a plane anterior to the other carpal bones and is spheroidal in form. The etymology derives from the Latin pīsum which means "pea".
No, but you often have bits of hard material surfacing in the socket which you can pick out. You would be forgiven for thinking it's bone. Your tooth is actually sort of cemen…ted into the bone, for want of a better description, and it's bits of this material that you are seeing. I have personally had bits surfacing for a week after.
The root ot a tooth is attached to an alevouls (socket in the jaw bone) as follows: Dentin (from the tooth) attaches to a substance called cementum; cementum attaches to a per…iodontal ligament; the ligament attaches to the jaw bone
Patella Talus Calcaneus Carpals Tarsals
Yes. Bone powder is used in many toothpaste barring herbal ones.