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In the present study an examination was made of the effect that an increase in the vertical dimension in accordance with the usual principles of full denture work can have on the width of the intraarticular space in the temporomandibular joint. The series consisted of 27 subjects that had...
In order to characterize the ultrastructural alterations of cells, vasculature and fibrils that occur on the pressure side of the periodontal ligament when teeth are subjected to orthodontic forces of a magnitude generally used in clinical practice, eleven premolar teeth were moved buccally by...
The discharge of water from hydrated and dehydrating oral mucosa has been investigated in 10 young adults by analysing the change in weight in standardized discs of ash-free filter paper and membrane filter after mucosal contact in a non-ventilated sampling chamber. The rate of water loss was...
An investigation was made of the effect of tetracycline on socket healing when used as bone marker. The material consisted of 52 white rats, on which the first molars were extracted. The rats were divided in experimental groups given tetracycline in doses of 1 × 30 mg, 3 × 30 mg, 1 × 120 mg...
The area of the organic-inorganic interface of several kinds of dental enamel was determined by examining on a computer images based on electron micrographs of decalcified sections. The mean values varied between 0.1363 m 2 /mm 3 and 0.2229 m 2 /mm 3 . Assuming a specific gravity for dental...
The mean fluorine content of the bones and teeth of pregnant rats was in most cases lower than that of non-pregnant animals. This result was obtained when using distilled water and tap water (the latter containing approximately 0.3 ppm fluorine) as a constituent of the diet. It is suggested that...
The inflow of water through human oral mucosa during and after secretion block with scopolamine has been investigated in 9 young adults with healthy mucosae by analysing the changes of weight in water-saturated discs of ash-free filter paper during and after mucosal contact. Buccal and palatal...
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