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Tooth preparations affect the adjacent teeth, soft tissues and tooth pulp. This may lead to inadequate fit, crown contour and plaque control. Thus, impeding with the long term maintenance of a fixed restoration and ultimately leading to the failure of the restoration.
2018-02-12 12:20
1. M3 PROGOLD ROTARY FILES: The files are available in assorted and individual sizes.  It has advanced memory alloy technology. Time of resistance to cyclic fatigue is upto 720 second… Read More
2018-01-27 05:40
Pathologic changes in gingiva occur due to the presence of microbes in the gingival sulcus Clinical Features: Acute gingivitis → diffuse softening, vesicle formation Chronic ging… Read More
2018-01-02 10:28
Successful root canal treatment is based on: establishing an accurate diagnosis and developing an appropriate treatment plan; applying knowledge of tooth anatomy and morphology (shape); and… Read More
2017-12-18 06:30
Interappointment flare-up is a true emergency and is so severe that an unscheduled patient visit is required and treatment performed. It usually commences within a few hours or days after t… Read More
2017-12-06 04:42
Intra canal medicaments are used primarily for their antibacterial actions. The functions of intra canal medicaments are elimination of micro organisms, control of post operative pain… Read More
2017-11-20 09:31
Gutta-percha is derived from two words: “GETAH”-meaning gum and “PERTJA”- name of the tree. It was initially used as a restorative material. It was later developed i… Read More
2017-09-26 00:00
Dental Composite is an aesthetic filling material used for anterior and posterior restorations. Composite is basically a mixture of synthetic polymers, ceramic reinforcing filler particles… Read More
2017-09-18 11:15
A root canal sealer is mainly used to attain a fluid tight seal. A sealer prevents peri-apical exudates from diffusing into the unfilled part of the canal so as to avoid reentry and recolon… Read More

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