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Periodontal ligament fibres

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periodontal ligament fibres

The collagen fibre's, running from the cementum to the alveolar bone, that suspend a tooth in its socket; they include apical, oblique, horizontal, and alveolar crest fibre's, indicating that the orientation of the fibre's varies at different levels.