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Zone of Dentine Caries: Development of Dentine Caries

Zone of Dentine Caries: Development of Dentine Caries

Zone of Dentine Caries: Development of Dentine Caries Dentine differs from enamel in that it is a living tissue and as such can respond to caries attack. It also has a relatively high organic content, approximately 20 per cent by weight, which consists predominantly of collagen. In dentine caries it is, therefore, necessary to consider […]

November 15, 2012 | By | Reply More
Classification of Dental Caries

Classification of Dental Caries

Classification of Dental Caries Classification : Caries can be classified according to – 1. Affected hard tissue 2. Location (smooth surface and pits and fissures , GV Black classification is based according to the location on the tooth) 3. Rate of progression 4. Etiology 1. According to Affected Hard Tissues Depending on which hard tissues […]

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Dental Caries : Histology

Dental Caries : Histology

Dental Caries : Histology Histology Fig – A/B : Penetrating advanced dentin caries, with carious opening into the pulpal tissue and adjacent necrosis. Fig – C/D : Dilation of the dentinal tubules as ampullae and garlands (zones 1–3). Fig – E/F :  Bacterial expansion of dentinal tubules. Fig – G  : Bacteria can also penetrate […]

October 20, 2011 | By | Reply More
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