FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF SOME OF THE PROBLEMS OF TREATMENT OF PULPLESS TEETH, INCLUDING REMARKS ON RECENT CRITICISMS BY OTTOLENGUI
- The effect of a manual instrumentation technique on five types of premolar root canal geometry assessed by microcomputed tomography and three-dimensional reconstruction. Ke-Zeng Li; Yuan Gao; Ru Zhang; Tao Hu; Bin Guo // BMC Medical Imaging;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p14
Background: Together with diagnosis and treatment planning, a good knowledge of the root canal system and its frequent variations is a necessity for successful root canal therapy. The selection of instrumentation techniques for variants in internal anatomy of teeth has significant effects on the...
- Desensitizing Agents May Improve Root Surface Remineralization. // Biological Therapies in Dentistry;Apr/May2006, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p24
Provides information on a study that evaluated the effects of three different desensitizing agents on initial demineralization of human root dentin in vitro. Methodology of the study; Results of the study.
- Influence of tubule orientation on cone-shaped texture development in laser-ablated dentin. Sivakumar, M.; Oliveira, V.; Oliveira, S.; Leitão, J.; Vilar, R. // Lasers in Medical Science;Sep2006, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p160
In the present paper, the influence of tubule orientation on surface texture development was studied. Specimens of dentin with a wide range of tubule orientations were extracted from caries-free human teeth, processed using KrF laser radiation, and analyzed by scanning electron microscopy. When...
- Uso de novos materiais para o capeamento pulpar (hidroxiapatita - HAp e fosfato tricÃ¡lcico - Î²-TCP). Delfino, S.; Ribeiro, C.; Vieira, G. F.; Bressiani, A. H. A.; Turbino, M. L. // Ceramica;dic2010, Vol. 56 Issue 340, p381
No abstract available.
- All-ceramic crowns: bonding or cementing? Pospiech, Peter // Clinical Oral Investigations;Dec2002, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p189
- Intra-pulpal temperature rises in power bleaching. Al-Salehi, S. K. // British Dental Journal;7/9/2005, Vol. 199 Issue 1, p32
ObjectiveTo measure the surface and intra-pulpal temperature increases in vitro on upper and lower anterior teeth during tooth whitening procedures.MethodA thermocouple was used to measure the temperature increase on the surface of an extracted upper central incisor tooth. Intra-pulpal...
- Dentin Optical Density in Molars Subjected to Partial Carious Dentin Removal. Léda, L.; Azevedo, T. D.; Pimentel, P. A.; de Toledo, O. A.; Bezerra, A. C. // Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry;2015, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p452
Aim: This study aimed to evaluate changes in the optical density of dentin in primary molars with deep caries three to six months after they were subjected to partial carious dentin removal. Study design: This was a blind controlled, clinical therapy study. Standardized digitalized bitewing...
- The Management of the Deep Carious Lesion and Maintenance of Pulp Vitality (III). Santini, Ario // Quintessence International;May1980, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p21
The article analyses the response of tooth to caries, cavity preparation and pulpal exposure. The pulp will defend itself against carious lesion, and reacts by increase in peritubular dentine, gradual calcification of the tubules of the primary dentine and formation of reparative dentine by...
- Adhesive Resin Induces Apoptosis and Cell-cycle Arrest of Pulp Cells. Mantellini, M.G.; Botero, T.M.; Yaman, P.; Dennison, J.B.; Hanks, C.T.; Nör, J.E. // Journal of Dental Research;Aug2003, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p592
The application of an adhesive resin near or directly over the pulp was shown to induce pulp inflammation and lack of dentin regeneration. We hypothesize that the absence of dentin bridging is due to adhesive-resin-induced apoptosis of cells responsible for pulp healing and dentin regeneration....