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Esthetical dental materials in primary dentition

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  • 140 Nombre de pages
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Restoration of decayed primary teeth is very important and significant not only for healthy development and psychics of the child ... Lire la suite
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Restoration of decayed primary teeth is very important and significant not only for healthy development and psychics of the child but also for physiological development of the permanent dentition. The choice of restorative materials for primary teeth is large at the present time. Whereas the only possibility several years ago was amalgam, today there are various alternatives at dentist's disposal. The aims of the study were to verify cytotolerance of dental materials used in paediatric dentistry and to evaluate the character of hybride layer after application of different dentinal adhesives in primary teeth. The relation between dentinal adhesives and enamel and the interface between GIC based materials and hard dental tissues was studied too. On the basis of the present study, the investigated materials can be recommended for primary teeth restoration. The findings should be useful to professionals in the field of pediatric dentistry.

Auteur

Eiman Yoonis Mostafa, MUDr., PhD.: Studied Dentistry at Faculty of Stomatology, Mosul-Iraq, PGS at MU Brno AleS MatouSek, Ing.: Studied Materials Engeneering at Brno University of Technology, PGS student at BUT Brno Martina Kukletová, Prof. MUDr.: Studied Dentistry at Medical Faculty Masaryk University, Brno. Professor of Dentistry MU Brno

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Esthetical dental materials in primary dentition
Sous-titre: Morphological study
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Code EAN: 9783843392587
ISBN: 978-3-8433-9258-7
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Médecine
nombre de pages: 140
Année: 2011