Principles and practice of operative dentistry . 195.—Transverse section of jaw through alveolar process, showing tissues of root and alveolus in situ.(F. B. Noyes.) X 30. E, epithelium ; F, subepithelial connective tissue ; B, point where pericementum fibresare lost in fibrous mat of gum ; F, fibres extending from tooth to tooth (Sharpeys fibres); P, pulp.. ^ -:tr f/. wm 7 1 wi Uc /? n v? ^ Fig. 196.—Longitudinal section of root of tooth in situ, showing relation of the tissues and Sharpeysfibres in the alveolar process. (F. B. Noyes.) 2), dentin ; N, Nasmyths membrane ; C, C, cementum ; F,fi

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Principles and practice of operative dentistry . 195.—Transverse section of jaw through alveolar process, showing tissues of root and alveolus in situ.(F. B. Noyes.) X 30. E, epithelium ; F, subepithelial connective tissue ; B, point where pericementum fibresare lost in fibrous mat of gum ; F, fibres extending from tooth to tooth (Sharpeys fibres); P, pulp.. ^ -:tr f/. wm 7 1 wi Uc /? n v? ^ Fig. 196.—Longitudinal section of root of tooth in situ, showing relation of the tissues and Sharpeysfibres in the alveolar process. (F. B. Noyes.) 2), dentin ; N, Nasmyths membrane ; C, C, cementum ; F,fi Stock Photo
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Principles and practice of operative dentistry . 195.—Transverse section of jaw through alveolar process, showing tissues of root and alveolus in situ.(F. B. Noyes.) X 30. E, epithelium ; F, subepithelial connective tissue ; B, point where pericementum fibresare lost in fibrous mat of gum ; F, fibres extending from tooth to tooth (Sharpeys fibres); P, pulp.. ^ -:tr f/. wm 7 1 wi Uc /? n v? ^ Fig. 196.—Longitudinal section of root of tooth in situ, showing relation of the tissues and Sharpeysfibres in the alveolar process. (F. B. Noyes.) 2), dentin ; N, Nasmyths membrane ; C, C, cementum ; F,fi
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Principles and practice of operative dentistry . 195.—Transverse section of jaw through alveolar process, showing tissues of root and alveolus in situ.(F. B. Noyes.) X 30. E, epithelium ; F, subepithelial connective tissue ; B, point where pericementum fibresare lost in fibrous mat of gum ; F, fibres extending from tooth to tooth (Sharpeys fibres); P, pulp.. ^ -:tr f/. wm 7 1 wi Uc /? n v? ^ Fig. 196.—Longitudinal section of root of tooth in situ, showing relation of the tissues and Sharpeysfibres in the alveolar process. (F. B. Noyes.) 2), dentin ; N, Nasmyths membrane ; C, C, cementum ; F,fibres supporting gingivus ; F1, fibres joining the outer layer of periosteum over the alveolar process(Sharpeys fibres) ; F-, fibres running from cementum to bone ; B, bone or alveolar process. 1 Turning under ofthe base of theenamel-organ