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In the editorial of this issue of the journal, it is conceded that there is only 'some evidence-base' for the management of this dental emergency.
Invasive cervical resorption is a relatively uncommon form of external root resorption. There may be no external signs, and the resorptive condition is often detected by routine radiographic… (More)
A correct diagnosis and an understanding of the aetiology and dynamics of the processes involved in tooth resorption is critical to effective management. Tooth resorptions can be classified as: (1)… (More)
The root canals of 30 extracted human teeth with single canals were prepared biomechanically with hand instruments using a flaring technique. Three different irrigation regimes were used, with and… (More)
The release of corticosteroid and antibiotic tracer molecules in Ledermix® paste from the pulp space to the external environment of human tooth roots was determined in vitro. For demeclocycline… (More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to carry out a clinical evaluation of the treatment of invasive cervical resorption. METHOD AND MATERIALS Topical application of a 90% aqueous solution of… (More)
Avulsion of permanent teeth is one of the most serious dental injuries, and a prompt and correct emergency management is very important for the prognosis. The International Association of Dental… (More)
Time is a critical factor in successful replantation. The avulsed tooth is simply washed and replaced immediately. Where contamination with soil occurs anti-tetanus prophylaxis is given and some form… (More)
A 50:50 mixture of a corticosteroid/antibiotic paste and calcium hydroxide has been used clinically as a root canal dressing agent. This study investigated the effect on the release and diffusion of… (More)
Invasive cervical resorption is an insidious and often aggressively destructive form of external root resorption which may occur as a late complication following dental trauma particularly where it… (More)