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Title: Scanning electron microscopy of the root surface texture of extracted periodontally diseased teeth following various etching and chelating regimens
Authors: Bergenholtz, A .
Babay, N.
Keywords: SEM; root surface texture; periodontally diseased; various etching
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing Co.
Citation: International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry; 18(2): 171-179
Abstract: Scanning electron microscopy of root surfaces that had been ultrasonically scaled and subjected to various conditioning regimens revealed the presence of two distinct types of cracks: extensive cracks, presumed to have been caused by drying before and during sputter-coating procedures; and smaller cracks that reflected the pattern of the irregular underlying dentin. Both etching and chelating agents appear to cause demineralization of the interfacial layer between cementum and dentin, causing a "peeling off" of cementum and exposure of the underlying dentin. The results suggest that burnishing the scaled root surface with either saline or any of the etching or chelating agents for at least 10 seconds, followed by soaking the cementum in 8% ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid for about 40 seconds, achieved a root surface that might be regarded as optimal for regeneration of periodontal tissues.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/16189
ISSN: 0198-7569
Appears in Collections:College of Dentistry

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