The density and branching of dentinal tubules in human teeth.

@article{Mjr1996TheDA,
  title={The density and branching of dentinal tubules in human teeth.},
  author={Ivar Andreas Mj{\"o}r and Inger Nordahl},
  journal={Archives of oral biology},
  year={1996},
  volume={41 5},
  pages={401-12}
}
Detailed knowledge of dentine structure, and especially that of the dentinal tubules, is essential in order to understand dentine permeability and to interpret data from investigations on dentine adhesive materials. The aim here was to examine the density and branching of dentinal tubules in human teeth by light and scanning electron microscopy. Stained and unstained demineralized sections and undemineralized fractured specimens were studied. Statistically significant differences in the density… CONTINUE READING

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