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Non-carious cervical lesions (NCCL) result from the loss of tooth structure at the level of the cementum-cementum junction caused by various wear processes unrelated to dental caries. Their...


When in 1993 a Professor like Mahmoud Torabinejad brought to everyone's attention a cement with miraculous properties for sealing the endodontium, endodontics changed direction. 


Literature studies report that the blood vessels in different organs or even in different tissues are not all the same but are heterogeneous, classifiable into various subtypes 


Various strategies have been proposed over time to manage defective teeth in challenging situations like deep subgingival defects. Among the different techniques, cervical marginal relocation,...


Internal root resorption originates from an inflammatory reaction, initiated by damage to the odontoblast layer and non-mineralized predentin, which results in exposure of mineralized dentin to the...


Recent literature studies have shown that vital pulp treatments (VPT) can be effective both in deciduous teeth but also in mature permanent teeth with irreversible pulpitis (Lin et al., 2020). One...


Successful endodontic treatment is achieved through correct shaping and disinfection of the root canal system, however anatomical variations of the canals, the angle of canal curvature, the radius of...


Infective endocarditis is an infection of the endocardium, usually of bacterial origin (frequently due to streptococci or staphylococci) and sometimes fungal. 


A vertical root fracture (VRF) is defined as a longitudinal fracture along the axis of the root, which may appear as incomplete (involving only part of the root) or complete (extending from one side...


In a growing child, preservation of traumatized immature permanent upper incisors is challenging. This study aimed to evaluate the long-term outcome of endodontically treated traumatized immature...


The authors previously demonstrated that auxiliary metformin therapy promotes healing of apical periodontitis. Here, the team aimed to investigate the effects of metformin on osteoblast...


Maintaining apical patency has been advocated to minimize canal transportation, ledge formation, and loss of working length, despite increasing debris extrusion. A previous study in 1997 by...


With an increasing number of anterior traumatized teeth treated with regenerative endodontic procedures nowadays, orthodontic movement of such teeth is expected to become a common scenario in...


Previous studies on the prevalence of vertical root fractures were based on extracted teeth, or teeth referred for apical surgery. This study examined teeth with an isolated periodontal probing depth...


The goal of this study was to compare the levels of the human nucleotide-binding domain, leucine-rich repeat, and pyrin domain-containing-3 protein in the saliva and gingival crevicular fluid of...


The aim of the study was to assess the presence and extent of sclerotic dentin and to study its impact on the direction of fracture lines in extracted mandibular first molars of young (20 to 44...


This study aimed to evaluate the influence of field of view and voxel size on the accuracy of dynamic navigation–assisted endodontic microsurgery.


Patient-centered outcomes identified in this study may supplement treatment outcomes and help develop a core outcome set related to endodontic treatments.


CBCT assessment of a ledge could be useful to a clinician, however, utilizing this information effectively during a treatment procedure can be challenging. 


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