Tooth substance loss resulting from mechanical, sonic and ultrasonic root instrumentation assessed by liquid scintillation.

@article{Schmidlin2001ToothSL,
  title={Tooth substance loss resulting from mechanical, sonic and ultrasonic root instrumentation assessed by liquid scintillation.},
  author={Patrick R Schmidlin and M Beuchat and Andreas Busslinger and Bernhard Lehmann and Felix Dipl Phys Lutz},
  journal={Journal of clinical periodontology},
  year={2001},
  volume={28 11},
  pages={
          1058-66
        }
}
AIMS This study investigated the loss of tooth substance (microg) by means of liquid scintillation in combination with profilometric and SEM analyses in order to evaluate the roughness and morphological changes of the root surface before and after instrumentation. METHOD 40 polished and irradiated bovine root surfaces were scaled in vitro while covered with 50 ml distilled water using a sonic prototype (Periosonic 1/2), a magnetostrictive ultrasonic (Cavitron with Slimline inserts) scaler and… CONTINUE READING
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