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den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl),
Relating to dentin.
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den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl)
Relating to dentin.
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den·ti·nal

(den'ti-năl)
Relating to dentin.
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Choosing an appropriate root canal irrigation solutions during endodontic therapy is crucial to disinfection of root canals and an increase in the permeability of dentinal tubules, permitting a proper adaptation of filling materials to canal walls (6, 7).
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the ability of three current desensitizing agents Pro-Argin (Colgate Sensitive Pro-relief), NaF with tricalcium phosphate (Clinpro), Nanohydroxyapatite (Aclaim), on dentinal tubule occlusion using Scanning Electron Microscope.
(37) affirmed that addition of CHX to CH lowers its contact angle and improves the wettability of the medication on the root canal, favoring the penetration of ions into the dentinal tubules.
Within the etiological entities and procedures related to DH, it is notorious the high incidence of scaling and root planning therapy with or without surgical technique; as a result of the apical migration of the gingival margin and the consequent root exposure accompanied by the removal of dental tissue subsequent to the periodontal therapy, where dentinal tubules possibly get exposed, so that the patients generally show acute and localized pain in response to mechanical, thermal ,osmotic and chemical stimuli (4).
The CBCT imaging demonstrated to show the formation of dentinal bridges in groups MTA and BiodentineA at a rate higher than the other two groups (Ca(OH)2 and adhesive).
The introduction of laser beams in the field of endodontics increased the effectiveness and success rate of root canal treatment because the laser beam delivers the fiber optic effect to the dentinal tubules (12, 13).
Indeed, gingival recessions were recognized as one factor related to dentinal hypersensitivity [3, 12], the formation of carious or noncarious cervical lesions, difficulties in maintaining oral hygiene, and aesthetic impairment [13].
Caption: Figure 2: Coronal view showing the presence of dentinal caries on the contralateral side.
Hypermineralization of dentinal lesions adjacent to glass-ionomer cement restorations.
Because of its low solubility and diffusibility, Ca[(OH).sub.2] reveals a reduced effect against bacteria located in pulpal remnants, crevices, and isthmi in the canal system and the dentinal tubules especially against E.