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dentine

, dentin
the calcified tissue surrounding the pulp cavity of a tooth and comprising the bulk of the tooth
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Teeth can naturally regenerate dentine without assistance, but only under certain circumstances.
No statistically significant difference was found in the remaining dentine thickness at 1mm, 4mm, 7mm and 10mm from the apex of the teeth prepared with in K-3 versus ProTapers system (p>0.
2###BLO###Enamel loss just exposing dentine < 1/3 of the surface
The calcium silicate cements, initially proposed as materials for retrograde obturation, have become the materials of choice for all kinds of dentine defects, including communication pathways between the root canal system and the periodontal ligament [1].
15] Apposition of reactionary dentine by odontoblast stimulation and reparative dentine by cell differentiation is increased.
The removal of carious dentine during cavity preparation flags the dentine pulp complex as the only vital tissue within the body without a front line deC.
The lasers used for the treatment of dentine hypersensitivity are divided into two groups:
Conclusion: Professionally applied 5% sodium fluoride varnish can remineralise early enamel caries and 38% silver diamine fluoride is effective in arresting dentine caries.
4,5) Irradiation of the enamel and dentine of the teeth can influence their nano-mechanical structure by decreasing their ultimate tensile strength (6,7) and fracture resistance; this is also true of restored teeth (8).
Dentine Hypersensitivity: Developing a Person-Centred Approach to Oral Health
Another sign was three or more teeth that had decayed so badly that the enamel had begun to wear away, exposing the softer, yellow dentine underneath.