A comparative scanning electron microscopic study on the characteristics of demineralized dentin root surface using different tetracycline HCl concentrations and application times.

@article{Ik2000ACS,
  title={A comparative scanning electron microscopic study on the characteristics of demineralized dentin root surface using different tetracycline HCl concentrations and application times.},
  author={A. Işık and B. Tarım and A. Hafez and F. Yalçin and U. Onan and C. Cox},
  journal={Journal of periodontology},
  year={2000},
  volume={71 2},
  pages={
          219-25
        }
}
BACKGROUND The use of demineralizing agents has been reported to enhance the degree of connective tissue attachment to denuded roots. Of the agents used, tetracycline HCI has received the most attention. METHODS The purpose of this study was to evaluate and compare the SEM surface morphology of human root dentin following various concentrations and application times of tetracycline HCl. The surface characteristics were compared and the width of dentin tubule orifices were measured and… Expand
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