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A controlled clinical study of 137 teeth was conducted to determine the histologic pulp response to different restorative resins. The protective effects of remaining dentin and preoperative irregular… Continue Reading
A PREVIOUS report' from this laboratory was concerned with a quantitative measurement of water change in reversible hydrocolloid when stored in various media. The data indicated that the magnitude of… Continue Reading
Abstract 1.Any restorative material or reduction procedure can produce a pulp response which should be converted to stimulation rather than irritation. Proper cavity design and selection of a… Continue Reading
R EVERSIBLE hydrocolloid is unexcelled as an impression material in the construction of inlays, crowns, and partial dentures.'-4 Its use, particularly for indirect work, is ever increasing. Although… Continue Reading
In this study, the accepted gold foil procedure was used to reproduce the conditions of clinical practice. Results show that condensation of gold foil into sound teeth produced a moderate response… Continue Reading