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Intracoronal radiolucencies in unerupted teeth are an uncommon radiographic finding; but their early detection and classification allow the most appropriate management protocol to be developed. Early separation of lesions into those that are developmental and remain static and those that are reactive and aggressive is necessary for a controlled outcome. The(More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the incidence of pulpal floor damage caused by operator error in a standard pulpotomy exercise, and to determine if this damage produced significant changes in dentin morphology and thickness at the base of the pulp chamber. One hundred and fourteen primary molar teeth were utilized in this study, 61 having(More)
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