dentin


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a calcareous material harder and denser than bone that comprises the bulk of a tooth

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bone (calcified tissue) surrounding the pulp cavity of a tooth

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They come to the clinic with the complaint that they have caries, but actually, the problem is caused by dentin exposure due to improper brushing with [a] very abrasive toothpaste, for example, combined with frequent consumption of large amounts of acidic foods and beverages," said Professor Ana Cecilia Correa Aranha, Joao-Souza's supervisor and a co-author of the article.
They tested the drink on extracted wisdom teeth and found that the formula plugged the dentin tubules.
They tested this on extracted wisdom teeth and found that the formula plugged the dentin tubules.
Dentists specializing in implants and restorative dentistry explain how to determine the cause of cervical dentin hypersensitivity and loss of hard tooth substance at the cemento-enamic junction--noncarious cervical lesions (NCCLs)--rather than just treating the symptoms with various modalities as most dentists do.
Forty extracted human molars without any defects were collected, mounted in plastic rings of 1-inch diameter with cold cure acrylic resin, and the occlusal surfaces were ground flat using a diamond disc with a water coolant at slow speed to expose the dentin.
In conclusion remaining dentin thickness must be an important consideration, because it plays a very important role during abutment tooth preparation for final partial denture such as bridge work and crown.
It has been confirmed that after the primary dentin has been completely formed, the odontoblasts found in the dental pulp lose their activity and need to be replaced by newly differentiated progenitor cells originating from the perivascular niche of the dental pulp [16].
As it does not have the ability to bond to dentin, it is mostly used in combination with sealers or cements that fill the space gap between the gutta-percha and the root canal wall, and between the gutta-percha and the dentin walls [4].
found significant change in dentin hypersensitivity after periodontal treatment i.
Subjects were required to have at least two teeth with dentin hypersensitivity.
Using a silicone stopper on drills, post space was prepared to 10mm depth from coronal dentin.
Dentin primer and adhesive were applied as the preparation reached dentin structure (Clearfil, Kuraray).
The islands also contained primitive enamel and dentin.
Systematic reviews of clinical trials in children and elderly adults provide evidence for the effectiveness of silver diamine fluoride in arresting dentin caries when applied every 6 months for a period of 2 to 3 years.