Relationship between dentine hydraulic conductance and the cytotoxicity of four dentine bonding resins in vitro.

@article{Hashieh1998RelationshipBD,
  title={Relationship between dentine hydraulic conductance and the cytotoxicity of four dentine bonding resins in vitro.},
  author={I Abou Hashieh and Jean Claude Franquin and Anne Cosset and Jaques D{\'e}jou and Jean J Camps},
  journal={Journal of dentistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={26 5-6},
  pages={473-7}
}
OBJECTIVES Dentine modifies pulpward diffusion of monomers leaching from restorative materials. Thus, remaining dentine thickness must be taken into account during in vitro cytotoxicity tests. This in vitro study was designed to determine the influence of dentine permeability on the outcome of a cytotoxicity test. METHODS Dentine slices were made from 36 human third permanent molar teeth. The 36 dentine slices were divided into two groups according to their hydraulic conductance: high or low… CONTINUE READING

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