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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.
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This may indicate that the addition of n-HAp was effective in reducing dentinal permeability. In the (L-) group dye penetration inside the dentin was 49%.
The intra-examiner intraclass correlation coefficients (ICC) were 0.98 for dentinal permeability, 0.99 for tubule quantity, 0.97 for tubule diameter and 0.99 for tubule area (good reliability).
During the third generation by the late 70's, partial acid etching of the dentine was introduced to partially modify the smear layer, increasing dentinal permeability. Two other components were introduced: the primer, with molecules of bifunctional monomers containing a hydrophilic end and a hydrophobic end (carboxylic end), which have the capacity of transporting hydrophobic molecules, such adhesive monomers, to a tissue with relative humidity such as the dentine, with the capacity of adhering to hydrophobic monomers by its hydrophilic end and to the hydrophobic monomers by its carboxylic end, significantly increasing the capacity of adhering the dentine, between 8 and 15 MPa.