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Consensus Report
'Chairman. Consensus Group. Department of Endodontics. School of Dentistry. University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill. North Carolina 27514. USA; 2Co-chairman, Consensus Group. NIOM. ForskningsveienExpand
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Biofilms in endodontic infections
Bacterial biofilms are very prevalent in the apical root canals of teeth with primary and post-treatment apical periodontitis. These bacterial endodontic communities are often found adhered to or atExpand
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Diagnosis of the condition of the dental pulp: a systematic review.
The aim of this systematic review was to appraise the diagnostic accuracy of signs/symptoms and tests used to determine the condition of the pulp in teeth affected by deep caries, trauma or otherExpand
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Radiological diagnosis of periapical bone tissue lesions in endodontics: a systematic review.
This systematic review evaluates the diagnostic accuracy of radiographic methods employed to indicate presence/absence and changes over time of periapical bone lesions. Also investigated were theExpand
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Retreatment of endodontic fillings.
Effects of endodontic retreatment on quality of seal and periapical healing were assessed among 660 previously root-filled roots. The roots were divided into either of two groups according toExpand
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Immune defense mechanisms of the dental pulp.
Defense reactions of the dentin/pulp complex involve a variety of biological systems, in which the immune system plays a pivotal role. The knowledge of the organization and function of pulpalExpand
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Bacteria recovered from teeth with apical periodontitis after antimicrobial endodontic treatment.
UNLABELLED Chávez de Paz LE, Dahlén G, Molander A, Möller A, Bergenholtz G. Bacteria recovered from teeth with apical periodontitis after antimicrobial endodontic treatment. International EndodonticExpand
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Evidence for bacterial causation of adverse pulpal responses in resin-based dental restorations.
  • G. Bergenholtz
  • Medicine
  • Critical reviews in oral biology and medicine…
  • 2000
The widespread use of resin and resin-monomers for bonding of dental restorations to dentin has occurred because of a fundamental shift in the view that injury to the pulp is induced by restorativeExpand
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Pathogenic mechanisms in pulpal disease.
The unpredictable response of the dental pulp to clinical insults is frequently encountered in the daily practice of dentistry. Even though the pulp often shows remarkable capacity for recovery,Expand
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Incidence of pulp necrosis subsequent to pulp canal obliteration from trauma of permanent incisors.
Little long-term data are available on the frequency by which pulp canal obliteration (PCO) subsequent to trauma leads to pulp necrosis (PN). In this study, 82 concussed, subluxated, extruded,Expand
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