Penetration of dentinal tubules by endodontic sealer cements in extracted teeth and in vivo.
- Published Article
International endodontic journal
- Publication Date
Nov 01, 2007
The depth and consistency of dentinal tubule penetration of sealer cements appears to be influenced by the chemical and physical characteristics of the materials. Resin-based sealers displayed deeper and more consistent penetration. Penetration depths observed for the epoxy resin-based sealer in vivo were consistent with that found in the experimental model.
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