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Differentiation of new odontoblasts and dentine bridge formation in rat molar teeth after tooth grinding.
Abstract The cusp tips of the molar teeth of the right side of the jaws of 58 male Sprague-Dawley rats were ground producing an area of damage in the pulp horn which corresponded to the area belowExpand
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Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 1: normal structure and physiology.
Considerable knowledge has accumulated over the years on the structure and function of the dental pulp and dentin. Some of this knowledge has important clinical implications. This review, which isExpand
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Dielectric properties of some keratinised tissues. Part 1:Stratum corneum and nailin situ
Blister-skin and warts have been studied as possible sources of ‘pure’ stratum corneum without sweat ducts. The purpose of the study was to assess whether the DC electrical conductance measured onExpand
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Pulp-dentin biology in restorative dentistry. Part 3: Pulpal inflammation and its sequelae.
Physiologic and histopathologic experimental studies over the last 30 to 40 years have demonstrated that the healing of the dental pulp is comparable to that of connective tissue elsewhere, despiteExpand
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Pulp capping of primary teeth with zinc oxide eugenol.
  • O. Sveen
  • Medicine
  • Odontologisk tidskrift
  • 1969
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A new methodology for study of plaque formation in natural human fissures.
— A model system has been developed to study the formation of plaque in natural, human, enamel fissures. Surgically removed, fully impacted third molars were used. The occlusal two-thirds of theExpand
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A microbiologic study of human fissure plaque.
— The purpose of this investigation was to study colonization and sequencing of oral microorganisms in human tooth fissures. Five human subjects carried a total of 45 crowns of extracted,Expand
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Weekly rinsing with a fluoride mouthrinse in an unfluoridated community: results after seven years.
In the fall of 1975, 1,915 children in grades K through eight began a school-based program of supervised weekly rinsing with 0.2 percent aqueous solution of sodium fluoride in an unfluoridatedExpand
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Efficacy of using benzocaine for temporary relief of toothache.
The purpose of this investigation was to determine the efficacy of benzocaine for temporary relief of toothache. The agent used is available at drug counters; it contains 7.5 percent benzocaine inExpand
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