Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Zone Of Weil

Zone of Weil is present below the odontoblastic zone.
  • Its a layer of 40um.
  • It is also known as the sub-odontoblastic layer.
  • It doesn't consist of cells.
  • This zone is prominently seen in the coronal pulp.
  • Cell-free zone decreases in size when dentin formation occurs at a rapid rate.
  • The cell-free zone consists of a network of nerve fibres which lost their myelin sheath. This is known as Plexus of Rashkow.
Written by Anisha Valli

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