Early Tooth Development
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This is a short animation that illustrates the early stages of tooth development including the dental lamina, bud, cap, and bell stage. It allows the student to visualize the three-dimensional organization of different components of the tooth germ and understand the spatial interaction between them.
Elsalanty M. Early Tooth Development. MedEdPORTAL Publications; 2012. Available from: https://www.mededportal.org/adea/publication/9169 http://dx.doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.9169
Contains Information Suitable for Patient Education
- To learn the stages of early tooth development.
- To learn the different components of the tooth germ.
- To learn the spatial interaction between different components of the tooth germ.
- Bud Stage, Cap Stage, Bell Stage, Enamel, Dentin (MeSH), Ameloblasts (MeSH), Odontoblasts (MeSH)
Basic Sciences Assessment
Intro to Clinical Dentistry
- Basic Sciences Assessment
Knowledge for Practice
Human Development/ Lifecycle
Embryology & Developmental Biology
- Embryology & Developmental Biology
- Dental Student
Authors & Co-Authors
Mohammed Elsalanty, MD, PhD
Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University
Effectiveness and Significance
I have been using this animation to teach odontogenesis for 1st year dental students. The reviews I have been getting were outstanding, from students and peers alike. We have modified the animation based on feedback received on the early versions and we think it will be helpful to dental students worldwide in studying the challenging topic of odontogenesis.
This information is made available under the Creative Commons license.
This publication has been formally peer reviewed elsewhere
Early stages of the animation have been reviewed by faculty of the College of Dental Medicine. Modifications were made accordingly.