I Rölling

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  • I Rölling
  • Scandinavian journal of dental research
  • 1981
The state of pulp tissue and periodontal root surface of 90 non-carious human primary teeth during the process of resorption and shedding was assessed by histomorphometric means. The teeth were classified into preshedding, shedding and delayed-shedding groups according to age of the child at the time of extraction. The root surface length measured from the(More)
The state of the pulp of twenty-seven primary teeth treated by formocresol pulpotomy (clinically and radiographically successful) was assessed 3 to 5 years after treatment. A wide variation was found in the pulpal condition, from normal pulp tissue to total necrosis. Resorption and apposition of hard tissue were common findings. Five teeth were(More)
The purpose of the present investigation was to evaluate the prognosis of primary molars treated with pulpotomy employing formocresol. The material consisted of 98 primary molars. The study included clinical and radiographic observations 3, 12, 24 and 36 months after treatment. The survival rate at the 3-month follow-up was 91%, whereas the rate was 83%,(More)
One hundred and twenty-eight children in the age range 5-14 years with formocresol pulpotomized teeth were tested for sensitivity againist formaldehyde, eugenol, and cresol using the patch test. The number of treated teeth on each child varied from one to six and the time between the pulpotomy and patch test varied from 2 months to 8 years. None of the(More)
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