Bone Growth in Oral Physiology

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  Bone Growth Presented to you by  Armil O. Purificacion  Bone Resorption Osteoclasts    resorb bone How? 1.Anchor themselves to surface of bone 2.Create a sealed zone and within zone create acidic environment which dissolve mineral content from bone 3.Enzymes are released from osteoclasts which remove collagenous bone matrix  Bone Formation - osteoblasts  refill cavities created by osteoclasts osteoblasts move into the resorption space and produce and deposit organic matrix called osteoid - osteoid  made mostly of collagen, build a scaffold which minerals (calcium and phosphate) crystalize  Bone Formationn -Some active osteoblast get trapped in the matrix they secrete and become osteocytes -other osteocytes will undergo apoptosis or revert back to lining cells which cover surface of bone
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