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AIM The aim of this in vitro study was to compare the marginal adaptation achieved by two obturation techniques (lateral condensation and Thermafil) using human teeth prepared by continuous rotation with the HERO 642(R) system. METHOD The percentages of gaps and sealer on the root canal surface were determined by analysing the images of 12 sections per(More)
The aim of this study is the histological characterisation of angiogenesis in a macroporous biomaterial with quantification techniques used in oncology. Porous tricalcium phosphate implants were seated in the tibias of 12 rabbits. This work allows (1) morphological study with photonic microscopy, transmission electron microscopic and immunohistochemistry(More)
Orthodontics is the planned movement of teeth that can be carried thanks to the provoked resorption and apposition of osseous tissue. From the standpoint of the periodontium orthodontists should always be cognizant of the risk of iatrogenically weakening soft tissue status but at the same time they should consider that an improved character of the(More)
Before any orthodontic treatment can begin, it is essential that the patient's periodontium be in sound condition, capable of responding to the movement of teeth in a healthy fashion. Inspection of the dentition, palpation of tissues, and careful study of adequate X-Rays are all necessary for establishing a diagnosis, but review of the depth of gingival(More)
The Er:YAG laser is used in periodontal surgery to remove excess tissue formations and to clean periodontal pockets. Combined with ultrasonic procedures lasers have significantly advanced the parameters of periodontal surgery. The goal of this article is to review the working mechanisms of the Er:YAG laser in the wide variety of its applications in complex(More)
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