Fluorosed fibroblast attachment on fluorosed and nonfluorosed teeth after SRP and EDTA root biomodification

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BACKGROUND Fluorosis causes mineralization changes in the tooth and can lead to morphologic alterations of fibroblasts. To understand the effect of fluorosis on periodontal healing, the initial step during healing, such as fibroblast attachment to the root surface, needs to be evaluated. Hence, the objective of the present study was to study the attachment… (More)
DOI: 10.4103/0972-124X.128195

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@inproceedings{Girotra2014FluorosedFA, title={Fluorosed fibroblast attachment on fluorosed and nonfluorosed teeth after SRP and EDTA root biomodification}, author={Neha Girotra and K. L. Vandana}, booktitle={Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology}, year={2014} }