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[Prevalence and etiologic factors of non-carious cervical lesions. A study in a Senegalese population].
The non carious cervical lesion (NCCL) is a loss of tooth tissue at the neck of affected teeth that is unrelated to tooth decay. They are commonly encountered in clinical practice and present in aExpand
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[Taurodontism and the pyramidal tooth at the level of the molar. Prevalence in the Senegalese population 15 to 19 years of age].
This study was done to establish the prevalence of taurodontism and pyramidal molars in Senegalese people using the criteria of SCHIFFFMAN and CHANANNEL for taurodontism and the criteria of BRABANTExpand
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[Long term evaluation of results of endodontic treatments of dental pulp necrosis (74 cases obturated by the monoconal technique].
Various factors may affect the outcome of root canal therapy. In this study 74 endodontocally treated pulpless teeth were evaluated: (43 with periapical radiolucency and 31 without periapicalExpand
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[Prevalence of taurodontism at the level of the molar in the black Senegalese population 15 to 19 years of age].
This study was done to establish the prevalence of taurodontism using the criteria of SCHIFMAN and CHANANNEL, the first and second molars on the panoramic radiograph of 150 consecutive 15-19 year-oldExpand
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[Clinical study of alveolites and their treatment in multiple practice].
The alvéolite is an post-extractionnel accident, very frequent, unforeseeable, characterized by a deterioration of the physiological process of formation of the clot and occurring as well at theExpand
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[Incidence of postoperative pain in single session root canal therapy (study in black senegalese apropos of 96 cases)].
This prospective study was conducted during a period of 30 days in 96 patients to determine the incidence of postobturation pain after single-visit root canal treatment in black Senegalese people.Expand
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[Pain in intracanal treatment. A clinical study apropos of 150 cases].
This study was conducted to determine the incidence of pain during and after root canal treatment. Complete debridement and root canal preparation was performed in first visit. The frequency of painExpand
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Traditional tea drinking in Senegal. A real source of fluoride intake for the population.
  • A. Yam, A. Kane, +4 authors M. Faye
  • Medicine
  • Odonto-stomatologie tropicale = Tropical dental…
  • 1 September 1999
Tea drinking after meals is a traditional practice in Senegal where more than 80% of the population from 15 to 60 years old drink tea. According to the tradition, in one session, each tea consumerExpand
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[Importance of the number of treatment sessions in the success of root canal therapy].
Root canal therapy is usually performed in single or multiple-visit treatment. The choice of single or multiple visit depend on dentist and patient available time. In general dentistry,Expand
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[Radiographic study of the canal anatomy of mandibular premolars in a Senegalese population].
AIM The purpose of this study was to assess the canal anatomy of mandiblar premolars in Senegalese population. MATERIALS AND METHODS Retroalveolar radiographs of mandibular premolars of 208Expand
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