Tudor Alexandru Hănţoiu

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Aim of study. To evaluate the outcome of direct pulp capping procedures in permanent teeth performed by postgraduate students during their training program in Endodontics. Material and Methods. 39 patients with dental pulp exposures were evaluated clinically and radiologically after direct pulp capping procedure and followed for at least 24 months. The(More)
EDWIN SEVER BECHIR1, MARIANA PACURAR1, TUDOR ALEXANDRU HANTOIU1, ANAMARIA BECHIR2*, OANA SMATREA2, ALEXANDRU BURCEA2, CHERANA GIOGA2, MONICA MONEA1 1 Medicine and Pharmacy University of Tirgu-Mures, Faculty of Dentistry, 38 Gheorghe Marinescu Str., 540142,Tirgu-Mures, Romania 2 Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of(More)
Oral clefts are commonly associated with dental anomalies of number, size, shape, structure, position and eruption affecting both dentitions. Dental malformations may affect the development, growth and functions of the dento-maxillary apparatus (chewing, aesthetics, speech). The purpose of this paper was to assess the dental morphological variations in a(More)
External root resorption was recognized as a late complication of traumatic injuries to the teeth, which usually occurs after orthodontic treatment, orthognatic or dentoalveolar surgery, bleaching techniques or other similar conditions. The purpose of our paper is to discuss the predisposing factors and to present treatment options for teeth with cervical(More)
The aim of the study was to conduct a histological evaluation of gingival condition in patients under orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances, according to different oral hygiene maintenance programs. We performed a randomized prospective study on 36 patients with fixed orthodontic appliances (17-25 years of age) divided in three study groups. The(More)
Background: Desquamative gingivitis (DG) is a non-plaque-induced, blistering and painful condition occurring most frequently on the labial aspect of the attached gingiva of anterior teeth. The incidence of DG is highest around 50 years of age, and usually indicates the presence of oral or systemic diseases. The purpose of our study was to determine the(More)
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