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Guinea pigs were immunized with autologous serum exposed to chlorhexidine gluconate. Injections were given every second day for one week. After four weeks the animals were given a booster-dose and were tested for antibodies using the cutaneous anaphylaxis test. The titre of chlorhexidine-treated...
The size of maximal active movements of the mandible were studied in children in two age groups. The younger group consisted of 33 children, aged 1-2 years, in whom mouth opening was recorded using an indirect method. Highly significant differences were found between 3 recordings with the third...
A twin investigation was carried out to elucidate the influence of heredity in the development of bruxism. The material consisted of 117 pairs of twins of four age classes, average age 12.1 years, in the county of Västerbotten. Zygosity was determined using blood group serological methods....
This study describes the frequency of hypodontia among all the children of the same age group in a Norwegian municipality and reports variations of some dimensions of the dentition associated with hypodontia. Congenitally missing permanent teeth, not including third molars, were found in 7.1 per...
Prosthodontic appliances, especially two types of fixed bridge-work, were simulated by means of 7 series of bar elements, cast in a gold alloy. Elastic deformation studies were made in a bench installation. Double exposure holographic interferometry was performed using a continuous helium-neon...
Thermal percolation has been considered a cause of a number of the flaws occurring in connection with resin fillings. However, in fillings expanded against the cavity walls by water absorption, elastic stresses counteract the formation of marginal gaps. The purpose of the present work was 1) to...
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