Variations in human DEJ scallop size with tooth type.

@article{Brauer2010VariationsIH,
  title={Variations in human DEJ scallop size with tooth type.},
  author={Delia S. Brauer and G W Marshall and Sally Jean Marshall},
  journal={Journal of dentistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={38 7},
  pages={
          597-601
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Recent literature suggests that the scalloped structure of the dentino-enamel junction (DEJ) is critical for DEJ stability. Aim of our study was to see if there are differences in scallop size and shape with tooth type. METHODS Enamel of extracted permanent human teeth was demineralised using EDTA. After fixation and dehydration the scallops of the DEJ were investigated in a scanning electron microscope. Scallop area and shape (circularity) were measured for molars, premolars… CONTINUE READING
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