Biometric study of the width, length and depth of the root trunk groove of human lower second molars.

@article{Rios2002BiometricSO,
  title={Biometric study of the width, length and depth of the root trunk groove of human lower second molars.},
  author={Constanza Marin de los Rios and Francisco Em{\'i}lio Pustiglioni and Giuseppe A Romito},
  journal={Pesquisa odontologica brasileira = Brazilian oral research},
  year={2002},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={26-30}
}
One hundred human lower second molars, 51 from the left side and 49 from the right side, extracted due to their poor clinical and radiographic conditions were utilized in this study. Using a Contracer apparatus, the profiles of the buccal and lingual root surfaces of these teeth were traced on a millimeter-scaled paper. The profiles were registered from the… CONTINUE READING