Idiopathic cervical lesions: in vivo investigation by oral microendoscopy and scanning electron microscopy. A pilot study.

@article{Bevenius1993IdiopathicCL,
  title={Idiopathic cervical lesions: in vivo investigation by oral microendoscopy and scanning electron microscopy. A pilot study.},
  author={J Bevenius and P R L'Estrange and Stig Karlsson and Gunnar E. Carlsson},
  journal={Journal of oral rehabilitation},
  year={1993},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={1-9}
}
The development and progression of cervical lesions have not been thoroughly documented. Clinically, two morphologically distinct forms, saucer-or wedge-shaped, have been described. In this study, the micromorphology of manifest cervical lesions was documented in six subjects, by SEM replication and microendoscopy. Optoelectronic recordings were made of extreme mandibular lateral excursions. Salivary parameters were evaluated and a detailed case history, including oral hygiene and dietary… CONTINUE READING