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1989 43
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1998 52
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2001 89
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2003 78
2004 67
2005 74
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2007 61
2008 103
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Pathophysiology of Dental Caries
Conrads G and About I. Monogr Oral Sci 2018. PMID 29794423
Deformation behaviour of aged coronal dentin.
Montoya C, et al. Gerodontology 2018. PMID 29368792
RESULTS: The viscous deformation behaviour of aged dentin followed a power-law response with a decrease in the stress exponent when compared to young dentin. ...CONCLUSION: A decrease in the deformation ability of aged dentin was found. This behaviour could be a result of a dissolution process and reprecipitation of the minerals present in intertubular dentin into the dentinal tubules....
RESULTS: The viscous deformation behaviour of aged dentin followed a power-law response with a decrease in the stress exponent when c …
Abfraction, abrasion, biocorrosion, and the enigma of noncarious cervical lesions: a 20-year perspective
Grippo JO, et al. J Esthet Restor Dent 2012 - Review. PMID 22296690
Biocorrosion embraces the chemical, biochemical, and electrochemical degradation of tooth substance caused by endogenous and exogenous acids, proteolytic agents, as well as the piezoelectric effects only on dentin. ...
Biocorrosion embraces the chemical, biochemical, and electrochemical degradation of tooth substance caused by endogenous and exogenous acids …
Restorative Thresholds for Carious Lesions: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Innes NPT and Schwendicke F. J Dent Res 2017 - Review. PMID 28195749
Current evidence supports noninvasive/nonrestorative treatment of "early" carious lesions: those confined to enamel or reaching the enamel-dentin junction. ...For occlusal lesions with enamel discoloration/cavitation but no clinical/radiographic dentin involvement, 12% (95% CI, 6%-22%) of dentists/therapists stated they would intervene, increasing to 74% (95% CI, 56%-86%) with dentin involvement. ...
Current evidence supports noninvasive/nonrestorative treatment of "early" carious lesions: those confined to enamel or reaching the enamel- …
Non-surgical treatment of dentin caries in preschool children--systematic review.
Duangthip D, et al. BMC Oral Health 2015 - Review. PMID 25888484 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Untreated dentin caries in primary teeth is commonly found in preschool children worldwide. Recently, the use of simple non-surgical approaches to manage the situation has been advocated. ...Three studies reported that topical applications of silver diammine fluoride (SDF) solution could arrest dentin caries in preschool children. ...
BACKGROUND: Untreated dentin caries in primary teeth is commonly found in preschool children worldwide. Recently, the use of simple n …
[Morphological study of enamel and dentin teeth with carious process and non-carious lesions].
Tkachenko IM, et al. Wiad Lek 2018. PMID 30176630 Russian.
The aim of the work is to study the condition of hard teeth tissues in carious and non-carious pathology for further rationale of the choice of filling material and adhesive system. ...The number of dentinal tubules characterized the density of dentin and the peculiarities of trophic processes that occur in dentin. ...
The aim of the work is to study the condition of hard teeth tissues in carious and non-carious pathology for further rationale of the …
Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Asymptomatic Vertical Enamel and Dentin Cracks.
Alassaad SS. Compend Contin Educ Dent 2017 - Review. PMID 29140093
Asymptomatic vertical enamel and dentin cracks can lead to multiple pathologic consequences ranging from caries to pulpal involvement, periodontal involvement, complete tooth fracture, and tooth loss if intervention is postponed. ...This article reviews the rationales and presents a systematic approach for early diagnosis and treatment of asymptomatic vertical enamel and dentin cracks based on current evidence....
Asymptomatic vertical enamel and dentin cracks can lead to multiple pathologic consequences ranging from caries to pulpal involvement …
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