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Effect of a third application of toothpastes (1450 and 5000 ppm F), including a ‘massage’ method on fluoride retention and pH drop in plaque.

A third application of toothpaste is increasing the F retention and toothpaste as a ‘lotion’ and massaging the buccal surfaces with the fingertip may be a simple and inexpensive way of delivering F a third time during the day. Nordström A., Birkhed D. ; Effect of a third application of toothpastes (1450 and 5000 ppm […]

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Nitrous Oxide

Introduction: nitrous oxide, laughing gas, N2O introduces the patient into a state of relaxation, pleasant daze and separation from reality obtained from the inhalation of a mixture of nitrous oxide and oxygen in the right proportions using scented mask worn over the nose. Unlike general anesthesia, the patient all the time during the procedure remains […]

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Single versus multiple visits for endodontic treatment of permanent teeth- Lara Figini, Giovanni Lodi, Fabio Gorni, Massimo Gagliani

No difference exists in the effectiveness of RoCT, in terms of radiological success, between single- and multiple-visit RoCT. Most short- and long-term complications are also similar in terms of frequency, although patients undergoing a single visit may experience a slightly higher frequency of swelling and are significatively more likely to take painkillers.

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Fluoride

A third application of toothpaste is increasing the F retention and toothpaste as a ‚lotion’ and massaging the buccal surfaces with the fingertip may be a simple and inexpensive way of delivering F a third time during the day.