Medical Dictionary


noun ce·men·tum \si-ˈment-əm\

Definition of CEMENTUM

:  a specialized external bony layer covering the dentin of the part of a tooth normally within the gum—called also cement; compare dentin, enamel

Illustration of CEMENTUM

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