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furcate

[′fər‚kāt]
(biology)
Forked.
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[9] The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the sealing ability of ProRoot MTA, biodentine, and bone cement as furcation repair materials in molar teeth using dye penetration method analyzed under the stereomicroscope.
Lin, Experimental Research of Tube Furcation's Influence on Flame Transmission Speed in Gas Explosion, Jiangsu Coal, Jiangsu, China, 2004.
Nishida et al., "Characterization and evaluation of graphene oxide scaffold for periodontal wound healing of class II furcation defects in dog," International journal of nanomedicine, vol.
Extraction of teeth presenting taurodontism is usually complicated because of the change in furcation and volume of the tooth [3] and could lead to a risk of mandibular fracture, especially in cases with tooth length extending to the basilar as in the current case.
Keywords: Keywords: Collagen; Keywords: Furcation Bibliometrics; Dental implants; defects; Periodontal Dentistry; Peru; Esthetics.
Sealing ability-The majority of the dye and fluid filtration studies suggestthat MTA materials overall allow less microleakage than traditionalmaterials when used as an apical restoration whileproviding equivalent protection as a ZOE preparation whenused to repair furcation perforations.
Key words: Biocompatible Materials; Root Canal Filling Materials; Root Canal Preparation; Furcation Defects; Endodontics; Silicates; Calcium Phosphates; Treatment Outcome
It integrates 4K QuattronTM Pro panel and the world's first X8 Master Engine Pro processor technologies to achieve the capability to upgrade image quality through pixel furcation. This allows it to convert images to 8K resolution.
Periodontal attachment loss around multi-rooted teeth has been shown to lead to progressive exposure of the furcation area.
An evaluation of bovine derived xenograft with and without a bioabsorbable collagen membrane in the treatment of mandibular Class II furcation defects.
The type of ultrasonic instruments, in either the student kits or the dispensary, varied and included traditional thick, straight inserts along with more contemporary designs such as slim straight, slim curved left/right, ultrathin, and specialty (implant, furcation) designs (Figure 4).