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1998 64
1999 43
2000 69
2001 59
2002 69
2003 60
2004 64
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2008 102
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Real-time observations of tooth demineralization in 3 dimensions using X-ray microtomography.
Davis GR, et al. J Dent 2018. PMID 29198851
METHODS: For demineralization studies, the tooth is mounted in a plastic container through which the demineralizing solution is circulated during simultaneous repeated scanning. ...CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE: Observation of the dynamics of demineralization and remineralization will aid in the development of therapies to treat and prevent dental caries....
METHODS: For demineralization studies, the tooth is mounted in a plastic container through which the demineralizing sol …
Stepwise Excavation
Bjørndal L. Monogr Oral Sci 2018. PMID 29794419
Recent clinical high evidence data from randomised clinical trials significantly favour the stepwise approach as a predictable and reliable treatment for well-defined deep carious lesions located in the pulpal quarter of the dentine in terms of avoiding pulp exposure, keeping the tooth vital and without the development of apical pathosis....
Recent clinical high evidence data from randomised clinical trials significantly favour the stepwise approach as a predictable and reliable …
Objective and quantitative assessment of caries lesion activity
Ando M, et al. J Dent 2018. PMID 30134154
RESULTS: Reflection decreased from sound to demineralized groups (p < 0.0001); remineralized groups were higher than demineralized groups (p < 0.001), but not different from sound (p > 0.32). ...CONCLUSIONS: Reflection, roughness and ΔQ could distinguish between sound and demineralized enamel. Reflection and ΔQ were able to distinguish between demineralized and remineralized enamel. ...
RESULTS: Reflection decreased from sound to demineralized groups (p < 0.0001); remineralized groups were higher than deminerali
Frail elder caries
MacEntee MI. Gerodontology 2015. PMID 25980514
A panorama of tooth wear during the medieval period.
Esclassan R, et al. Anthropol Anz 2015. PMID 25807388
Tooth wear is a natural phenomenon and a universal occurrence that has existed from the origin of humankind and depends on the way of life, especially diet. Tooth wear was very serious in ancient populations up to the medieval period. The aim of this paper is to present a global view of tooth wear in medieval times in Europe through different parameters: scoring systems, quantity and direction of wear, gender, differences between maxilla and mandible, relations with diet, caries, tooth malpositions and age....
Tooth wear is a natural phenomenon and a universal occurrence that has existed from the origin of humankind and depends on the way of
The dentin substrate: structure and properties related to bonding
Marshall GW, et al. J Dent 1997 - Review. PMID 9604576
Recent progress in methods available to study dentin and its demineralization are emphasized with their promise to increase our understanding of dentin properties and structure. ...STUDY SELECTION AND CONCLUSIONS: Emphasis in this work was placed on the major structural components of the tissue, including the collagen based organic matrix and its mineral reinforcement, the distribution of these components and their microstructural organization as related to mechanical properties and response to demineralization. ...
Recent progress in methods available to study dentin and its demineralization are emphasized with their promise to increase our under …
Removing or Controlling? How Caries Management Impacts on the Lifetime of Teeth
Schwendicke F, et al. Monogr Oral Sci 2018. PMID 29794420
The surgical removal of any sign of a carious lesion was prioritised with little, or no, consideration to pulp vitality, loss of tooth structure, or caries disease management. ...The choice of lesion management depends on: whether a primary or permanent tooth is involved; which tooth surface(s) is/are involved; whether the lesion is confined to enamel or extends into dentine; the lesion depth, and lesion cleansability. ...
The surgical removal of any sign of a carious lesion was prioritised with little, or no, consideration to pulp vitality, loss of tooth
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