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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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there was only one pair of opposing posterior teeth in contact like the study done by Asawaworarit.9
Vertical root fractures of endodontically treated posterior teeth: A histologic analysis with clinical and radiographic correlates.
This situation was observed when people realized that the absent posterior teeth did not affect their chewing, aesthetics (the lack of them did not show) and that there was no tooth pain or decay in their mouth.
Crown and Post Free Adhesive Restorations for Endodontically Treated Posterior Teeth: From Direct Composite to Endocrowns.
A total of 200 cases were included in the study, of which 25 (12.5%) were anterior teeth, 159 (79.5%) were posterior teeth, and 16 (8%) cases were both anterior and posterior teeth extracted.
Correlation between curve of spee and vertical eruption of anterior or posterior teeth in class-II division I malocclusion.
Distribution of patients reporting pain at the anterior and posterior teeth regions through 8 days were showed in Table 3.
Featuring some 3,588 illustrations, "Shortcuts in Esthetic Dentistry" covers such issues as: Dental Bleaching: Concepts and Bleaching Substances; Composite Resins and Adhesive Systems: The Material; Esthetic Restorations and Anterior Makeovers; Esthetic Restorations and Sculpture in Posterior Teeth; Inlays and Onlays: Partial Restorations in Composites and Ceramics.
As stated by Biacchi et al., endocrowns procure adequate function and esthetics and preserve the biomechanical integrity of nonvital posterior teeth. The restoration is reported to be less exposed to the adverse effects of degradation of the hybrid layer [24].
The authors concluded that survival rates of endodontically treated posterior teeth restored with crowns or resin composites were not significantly different to teeth with minimum to moderate loss of tooth structure.
Reasons for replacement and the age of failed restorations in posterior teeth of young Finnish adults.

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