Louis J. Baume

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Appropriate definitions, history and success rates of direct pulp capping procedures are reviewed. Two of the disadvantages of this form of treatment are infection of the pulp, either preoperatively or postoperatively due to a non-sterile procedure or bacterial leakage at the capping site. Past results of directly capping potential inflamed pulps have been(More)
50 microradiographs taken in a standardized manner of midsagittal ground sections of teeth of individuals aged 18 to 56 years were densitometrically evaluated along a track passing through enamel, dentine and an aluminium stepwedge. Semi-quantitative analysis of mineral density uniformly showed an irregular platform representing circumpulpal dentine and a(More)