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Figure 1: (Left) periroot sheet layer of a permanent tooth illustrating the inner innervation layer (yellow dots), the median mesodermal layer (green crosses), the other ectodermal layer (oblong dark red structures), and vessels (pink). (right) schematic drawing of the periroot sheet of a permanent tooth from a patient with ectodermal dysplasia. The outermost layer is less pronounced. Formerly published

Figure 1: (Left) periroot sheet layer of a permanent tooth illustrating the inner innervation layer (yellow dots), the median mesodermal layer (green crosses), the other ectodermal layer (oblong dark red structures), and vessels (pink). (right) schematic drawing of the periroot sheet of a permanent tooth from a patient with ectodermal dysplasia. The outermost layer is less pronounced. Formerly published