gutta-percha


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a whitish rubber derived from the coagulated milky latex of gutta-percha trees

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Pins gutta-percha (additional) i marked assorted, individual taper sizes 0.
Finally, obturation of the middle and coronal third was completed with the gutta-percha injection system Obtura II up to 10 mm of root length.
Postponement of final obturation with gutta-percha after initial extraoral biomechanical preparation serves in performing better obturation and delaying root resorption.
In 1978, Johnson introduced a technique in which alpha phase gutta-percha was placed on a metal carrier, heated, and used to obturate the root canal.
The root canals were filled with AH Plus sealer, gutta-percha points (F5 and accessories) were inserted using the lateral condensation technique, and the roots were stored at 37[degrees]C and 95% humidity for 7 days.
The root canals were filled using lateral condensation technique with AH+ and gutta-percha (Dentsply Maillefer, Ballaigues, Switzerland).
The canals were dried with sterile paper and a gutta-percha master cone coated with AH-26 sealer (Dentsply De Tray, Konstanz, Germany) was condensed into the canal.
While latex rubbers are amorphous in molecular structure, gutta-percha crystallizes, increasing rigidity.
Comparative analysis of microleakage and seal for 2 obturation materials: Resilon/epiphany and gutta-percha.
He also specified nickel-plating and gutta-percha "handles".
The strike against Silver's India-Rubber, Gutta-Percha, and Telegraph Company was a bitter and grinding defeat for New Unionism, which perhaps is why it has been less studied by labour historians.
Tjipetir is the name of an early 20th century rubber plantation and the tablets are made from the sap of the gutta-percha tree, a tropical tree native to Asia and northern Australia," she said.
If gutta-percha and the sealers contact saliva, the sealer is dissolved and bacterial penetration and microleakage of toxins and chemical agents takes place into and around gutta-percha.