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den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl),
Relating to dentin.

den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl)
Relating to dentin.

den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl)
Relating to dentin.

dentinal

pertaining to dentin.

dentinal fibers
fibers contained in predentin but displaced by dentin as it is deposited, the fibers leaving apical processes of odontocytes behind, contained in dentinal tubules through which nerves also pass; called also odontoblastic processes.
dentinal tubules
see dentinal fibers (above).
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The group III specimens (File Eze-3 minutes) dentinal microhardness was reduced by 25 % compared to the Group IV specimens whose microhardness reduced by 23% (P= 0.
Micro-computed tomographic assessment on the effect of ProTaper Next and Twisted File adaptive systems on dentinal cracks.
According to Wachlarowicz, the different irrigation solutions have little effect on the dentinal adhesion of epiphany-based sealers.
Tyler et al used this technique by mixing 1% methylene blue staining in 100% ethanol with a given adhesive, seeking to evaluate, after hemisecting the teeth and taking photographs, the displacement of dentinal adhesive applied underneath amalgam fillings, as they were condensed.
The erbium laser has a number of useful attributes: bactericidal capacities, the ability to remove the smear layer and open the dentinal tubules, allowing hybrid layer formation, and then to seal and fuse them.
A quantitative overview of dentinal hypersensitivity in the private practice patient population of north India: A short study.
2) The smear layer consists of a superficial layer on the surface of the canal wall approximately 1 to 2 pm in thickness and a deeper layer packed into the dentinal tubules to a depth of 40 [micro]m.
The results of present study show that none of the medicaments were removed completely from the canals with calcium hydroxide leaving the most residues which may interact with the sealer effecting its penetration into the dentinal tubules and hence effecting its sealing ability by giving it a thick non homogenous appearance.
After the bacterial invasion, a group of enzymes called matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) are involved in the dentinal matrix degradation.
In hard tissue application, the laser is used for caries prevention, bleaching, restorative removal and curing, cavity preparation, dentinal hypersensitivity, growth modulation and for diagnostic purposes, whereas soft tissue application includes wound healing, removal of hyperplastic tissue to uncovering of impacted or partially erupted tooth, photodynamic therapy for malignancies, photo stimulation of herpetic lesion.
High pH causes organic tissue to disintegrate out of the dentinal tubule.