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2002 33
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The interactions between attrition, abrasion and erosion in tooth wear.
Shellis RP and Addy M. Monogr Oral Sci 2014 - Review. PMID 24993256
Tooth wear is the result of three processes: abrasion (wear produced by interaction between teeth and other materials), attrition (wear through tooth-tooth contact) and erosion (dissolution of hard tissue by acidic substances). ...The available evidence is insufficient to establish whether abfraction is an important contributor to tooth wear in vivo. Saliva can modulate erosive/abrasive tooth wear, especially through formation of pellicle, but cannot prevent it....
Tooth wear is the result of three processes: abrasion (wear produced by interaction between teeth and other materials), attrition (we
Invasive Cervical Resorption: Clinical Management in the Anterior Zone
Espona J, et al. J Endod 2018. PMID 30243659
According to the high number of articles published on invasive cervical resorption (ICR), this pathology, as commonly believed, is a more frequent form of cervical resorption. ICR is often misdiagnosed as internal resorption or caries, which leads to inappropriate treatment and even unnecessary tooth loss. ...
According to the high number of articles published on invasive cervical resorption (ICR), this pathology, as commonly believed, is a …
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
Abfraction, representing the microstructural loss of tooth substance in areas of stress concentration, should not be used to designate all NCCLs because these lesions are commonly multifactorial in origin. ...Modifying factors, such as saliva, tongue action, and tooth form, composition, microstructure, mobility, and positional prominence are elucidated. ...
Abfraction, representing the microstructural loss of tooth substance in areas of stress concentration, should not be used to designat …
Clinical effectiveness of contemporary adhesives for the restoration of non-carious cervical lesions. A systematic review
Peumans M, et al. Dent Mater 2014 - Review. PMID 25091726
The first four can bond restorative composite to tooth tissue. Both 2SEa and 1SEa were further sub-divided in 'mild' and 'intermediately strong (1/2SEa_m), with a pH≥1.5, and 'strong' (1/2SEa_s), with a pH<1.5. ...
The first four can bond restorative composite to tooth tissue. Both 2SEa and 1SEa were further sub-divided in 'mild' and 'intermediat …
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