dentinal tubule


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dentinal tubule

One of the very small canals in the dentin. These extend from the pulp cavity of the tooth to the enamel and are occupied by odontoblastic processes and occasional nerve filaments.
See also: tubule
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In the present SEM study Group B samples (Pro-Argin) showed more number of dentinal tubule occlusions when compared with Group C (Clinpro) and Group A samples.
The aim of our study is to evaluate the ability of the Nd:YAP laser (1340 nm) to induce dentinal melting, to provoke the occlusion of the dentinal tubules, and to determine the safe irradiation conditions.
The effect of final irrigation on the penetrability of an epoxy resin-based sealer into dentinal tubules: a confocal microscopy study.
Demirci, "Observation of bacteria and fungi in infected root canals and dentinal tubules by SEM," Endodontics & Dental Traumatology, vol.
Yilmaz, "Effect of Er:YAG and C[O.sub.2] lasers with and without sodium fluoride gel on dentinal tubules: a scanning electron microscope examination," Photomedicine and Laser Surgery, vol.
The influence of the smear layer on dentinal tubule penetration depth by three different root canal sealers: an in vitro study.
But the dentin surface appeared smooth, not eroded and dentinal tubule orifices were regular and separated (Figure 3).
(11.) Cesar Augusto Galvao, Daniel Chi Ngai, Marcelo: Effects Of Desensitizing Agents On Dentinal Tubule Occlusion: J Appl Oral Sci 2004; 12(2):144-148.