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Residual Dentin Thickness   Annil Dhingra,Satyabrat Banerjee and Nidhi Malik

Residual Dentin Thickness

124 страниц. 2014 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Residual dentine is the dentine left during and after instrumentation. Dentine has excellent buffering capability to neutralise the effects of cariogenic acids. The remaining dentine thickness, from the base of the cavity preparation and the pulp, is one of the most important factors in protecting the pulp against numerous types of insults. The remaining dentine thickness affects pulp vitality and the outcome of restorative procedures. Restorative dentistry rests on the hypothesis that bacterial infection of demineralised dentine should prompt operative intervention. One of the concepts of practical dentistry is to create a favourable environment for caries arrest with minimal operative intervention. Remaining dentine thickness approximately 2 mm of dentine or an equivalent thickness of materials should exist to protect the pulp against injury or inflammation has changed over the years. Root canal preparation has been considered the most important step in endodontic therapy for...
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