TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «DENTINAL»
The term «dentinal» is regularly used and occupies the 106.355
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DENTINAL»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to dentinal
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Textbook of Endodontics
Endodontics is the prevention, diagnosis and management of diseases of the tooth pulp and the tissues surrounding the root of a tooth. This new edition brings trainees up to date with the most recent advances in the field.
Nisha Garg, Amit Garg, 2013
Textbook of Operative Dentistry (with MCQs)
So, more dentinal tubules are involved by caries and show an inverted V-shape
in cross- section of dentin in which base is towards dentino- enamel junction and
apex is towards the pulp of tooth (Fig. 4.2). Caries in dentin spreads more rapidly
Satish Chandra, Shaleen Chandra, Girish Chandra, 2008
Textbook of Dental and Oral Histology and Embryology with MCQs
Chandra. dentin. The ratio between the outer and the inner surfaces of dentin on
an average is 5:1. Therefore, the tubules are farther apart in the outer layers and
closer together near the pulp (Fig. 4.4). Straight dentinal tubule Enamel "S" ...
Dental Caries: The Disease and Its Clinical Management
Initial tubular sclerosis is seen before the advancing front of the enamel lesion
reaches the enamel–dentinal junction. When contact between the enamel lesion
and the enamel–dentinal junction is established the first sign of dentin ...
Ole Fejerskov, Edwina Kidd, 2008
Clinical Endodontics: A Textbook
dentinal tubules. There is at present little evidence that the more peripheral parts
of the dentin are innervated so that a mechanism may have to exist whereby
stimuli are transferred from the root surface to afferent nerves in the inner dentin
After treatment with acids (especially with dilute hydrochloric acid) a material,
dentinal cartilage, is obtained which is precisely similar to ossein, except that it is
of somewhat firmer consistence. The dentinal fibres constitute the soft parts of ...
Endodontics: Principles and Practice
Dentinal tubules traverse the entire width of the dentin and have a conformation
of inverted cones, with the smallest diameter in the periphery, near to enamel or
cementum (mean of 0.9 μm).5 The smallest tubule diameter is entirely compatible
Mahmoud Torabinejad, Richard E. Walton, 2009
The sensitivity of dentin is attributed to the mechanical activation of A fibers by
various stimuli that cause the movement of fluid in the dentinal tubules. The
hydrodynamic theory of activation of pulpal nociceptors is well described.20'35'
120 The ...
John Ide Ingle, Leif K. Bakland, J. Craig Baumgartner, 2008
Textbook of Operative Dentistry
Advanced Dentinal Changes In advanced lesion, decalcification of the wall of the
individual tubules takes place, resulting in confluence of the dentinal tubules.
Sometimes the sheath of Neumann shows swelling and thickening at irregular ...
Nisha Garg, Amit Garg, 2013
British Journal of Dental Science and Prosthetics
in caustic alkalies, they constitute the only perfectly indestructible residue of the
tooth. They form the white finely fibrous felt which still remains after treatment with
the above-mentioned reagents. The dentinal sheaths, it is highly probable, ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DENTINAL»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
Three-dimensional endodontic obturation the safest and easiest way …
Dentinal defects before and after rotary root canal instrumentation with three different obturation techniques and two obturating materials. «Dentistry IQ, Jun 15»
Oakbrook Terrace Dentist, Dr. Berley, Offers Relief for Patients with …
This contains compounds that help block off the dentinal tubules so that the nerves don't get stimulated. Use fluoridated dental products. «Digital Journal, Jun 15»
Deliver what they want: Dental patients disengage when we don't …
ProArgin contains arginine, bicarbonate, and calcium carbonate, which have been proven to occlude open dentinal tubules. Occluding dentinal ... «RDH, Jun 15»
Arginine Bicarbonate-Calcium Carbonate Soft Chews Seal Open …
Dentinal hypersensitivity is a common problem among adults that manifests as sharp pain in teeth upon exposure to thermal, evaporative, ... «PR Newswire, Jun 15»
Using smart technology to outsmart patient challenges
Erosion, classified as the loss of hard tooth structure that does not involve bacterial activity, is considered the leading cause of dentinal ... «RDH, May 15»
Obtura Spartan Endodontics expands product line with One Endo File
The One Endo File's Self-Piloting Cut Flip Tip effectively forms dentinal chips, while an opposing curved area pilots the tip into the canal. «Dentistry IQ, Mar 15»
Premier Dental Products offers Enamelon Preventive Treatment Gel
... calcium, and phosphate salts, a physical barrier is created that covers open dentinal tubules to prevent external stimuli from causing pain or ... «Dentistry IQ, Mar 15»
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If a tooth had both a white spot and dentinal lesion, the tooth was classified by the latter condition. Children with severe decay were compared ... «BMC Blogs Network, Mar 15»
Root Canals not associated with cancer risk
... root canal treated teeth caused many ailments, from heart disease to arthritis, because some bacteria remain inside a tooth's dentinal tubules ... «Burlington County Times, Feb 15»
Fluoride-free products that patients will love
Picture being able to offer an OTC toothpaste that can resolve Cindy's dentinal hypersensitivity without tasting bad. And imagine being able to ... «RDH, Feb 15»