Comparison of operative procedure variables on pulpal viability in an ex vivo model.
Murray, P E; Smith, A J; Garcia-Godoy, F; Lumley, P J.
Int Endod J
; 41(5): 389-400, 2008 May.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-18298576
Cervicofacial and mediastinal emphysema complicating a dental procedure.
Micro-cracking of tooth structure.
Subcutaneous emphysema to the head and neck resulting from a dental crown preparation.
Temperature rise in the pulp chamber during different stripping procedures.
An in vitro investigation of the effectiveness of bioactive glass air-abrasion in the 'selective' removal of orthodontic resin adhesive.
Histopathologic effects of kinetic cavity preparation for the removal of enamel and dentin. An in vivo animal study.
Interesting case: cervicofacial emphysema and mediastinitis following restorative dental treatment--a case report.
Bacterial aerosols in dental practice - a potential hospital infection problem?
Effect of rotary instrumentation on composite bond strength with simulated pulpal pressure.
Perda de corte da lima protaper quanto a esterilização e número de uso