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Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthet Dent 1991; 3 (01) 14-19 ; 21 Senna P, Del Bel Cury A, Rösing C. Non-carious cervical lesions and occlusion: a systematic review of clinical studies. J Oral Rehabil 2012; 39 (06) 450-462 ; 22 Wood ID, Kassir AS, Brunton PA.

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Chart teeth. Understand basics of cariology, its prevention and conservative management. ... the most voluminous mineralized connective tissue of the tooth, forms the hard tissue portion of the ... The Bacteria Time Period CLASSIFICATION OF DENTAL CARIES According to their Anatomical Site According to Whether it is a New Lesion or Recurrent ...

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May 15, 2018·First premolars were found to be the most affected teeth (bar chart no.1), and crosstab results between the premolars showed that if there was a lesion in the maxillary first premolar, the mandibular first premolar of the same side was also involved (table no.5a & 5b). …

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Grippo 6) proposed a new classification of tooth structure loss called abfraction (from the Latin words ab - away, and fraction - breaking). He defined this as the pathologic loss of tooth substance primarily caused by biomechanical loading forces resulting in flexure and failure of enamel and dentin at a …

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Jan 01, 2003·Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. Grippo JO. J Esthet Dent, (1) ... Possible role of tensile stress in the etiology of cervical erosive lesions of teeth. Lee WC, Eakle WS. J Prosthet Dent, (3):374-380 1984 ... Lesions and abfractions. Staninec M. J Am Dent Assoc, 134(11):1438; author reply 1442, ...

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Vertical root fractures associated with endodontically treated teeth and less commonly in vital teeth represent one of the most difficult clinical problems to diagnose and treat. ... This is because it is not possible to predict the thermal changes in the target tissue. ... Abfractions: A new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth…

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Aug 01, 2005·Abfractions: A new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esth Dent 1991 3: 14–19. 16 Bartlett D. Smith BGN Definition, classification, and clinical assessment of attrition, erosion and abrasion of enamel and dentine Addy M. Embery G. Edgar WM Orchardson R Tooth Wear and Sensitivity 2000 Martin Dunitz London 87 92 Bartlett D ...

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These abfractive lesions are caused by flexure and ultimate material fatigue of susceptible teeth at locations away from the point of loading. Grippo J. Abfractions: A new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthetic Dent. Jan/Feb 1991:14-18 B41 B - Traumatic forces.

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These abfractive lesions are caused by flexure and ultimate material fatigue of susceptible teeth at locations away from the point of loading. Clinical observation …

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Grippo JO. Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthet Dent 1991;3:14-9. Grippo JO. Noncarious cervical lesions: the decision to ignore or restore. J Esthet Dent 1992;4(Suppl):55-64. Hacker CH, Wagner WC, Razzoog ME. An in vitro investigation of the wear of enamel on porcelain and gold in saliva.

Noncarious Cervical Lesions and Their Association With ...

Nov 01, 2011·A noncarious cervical lesion (NCCL) is the loss of dental hard tissue near the cementoenamel junction without the development of caries. It is a common pathology that confronts dentists with a complex etiology and treatment plan. Abrasion, erosion, and abfraction have been cited as …

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Dec 01, 2005·In 1991, Grippo 2 introduced a new category—abfraction—to the classification of noncarious cervical lesions to refer to the pathological loss of dental hard tissue caused by biomechanical forces. He concluded that such lesions occurred owing to flexure of the tooth caused by occlusal forces and the consequent fatigue of enamel and dentin ...

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Jun 07, 2010·Smith and Knight^ described a method for measuring tooth wear using an index to record the loss of tooth tissue on the lingual/palatal, buccal, cervical, and occlusal/incisal surfaces of teeth.

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Lee WC, Eakle WS. Possible role of tensile stress in the etiology of cervical erosive lesions of teeth. J Prosthet Dent. 1984;52(3):374–380. 4. Grippo JO. Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthet Dent. 1991;3(1):14–19. 5. Michael JA, Townsend GC, …

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Apr 07, 2017·Lee WC, Eakle WS. Possible role of tensile stress in the etiology of cervical erosive lesions of teeth. J Prosthet Dent. 1984;52:374–380. Grippo JO. Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthet Restor Dent. 1991;3:14–19. Braem M, Lambrechts P, Vanherle G. Stress-induced cervical lesions. J Prosthet Dent. 1992 ...

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Mar 16, 2017·Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthet Restor Dent . 1991;3(1):14–19. Braem M, Lambrechts P, Vanherle G. Stress-induced cervical lesions.

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Jun 21, 2018·Non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs) involve loss of hard tissue at the cervical third of the crown and subjacent root surface, through processes unrelated to caries. 8 Gingival recession is defined as location of the gingival margin apical to the cemento-enamel junction. 4 NCCLs are usually accompanied by gingival recession. 9 NCCLs are a group of lesions and the etiology is multifactorial ...

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Mar 14, 2014·Possible role of tensile stress in the etiology of cervical erosive lesions of teeth. J Prosthet Dent. 1984 Sep;52(3):374-80. Grippo JO. Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthet Dent. 1991 Jan-Feb;3(1):14-9. Khan F, Young WG, Shahabi S, Daley TJ. Dental cervical lesions associated with occlusal erosion and ...

Noncarious Cervical Lesions and the Abfractive Process

Abfraction is a type of noncarious cervical lesion (NCCL) characterized by loss of tooth tissues with different clinical appearances. Evidence supports that …

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Aug 14, 2020·Grippo JO. Abfractions: a new classification of hard tissue lesions of teeth. J Esthet Dent. 1991;3(1):14–9. PubMed Google Scholar 15. Smith RG. Gingival recession. Reappraisal of an enigmatic condition and a new index for monitoring. J Clin Periodontol. 1997;24(3):201–5. PubMed Google Scholar 16.

Non‐carious cervical lesions on permanent anterior teeth ...

May 21, 2010·Introduction. Non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs) involve loss of hard tissue at the cervical third of the dental crown and subjacent root surface, through processes unrelated to caries. 1 The prevalence of NCCLs reported in epidemiological studies varies from 0% to 85%, with the wide range of estimates being attributed to different study design parameters, such as the methodology used for ...

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Dec 13, 2019·Introduction Abfraction is a theoretical term used that has been classified as a type of non-carious cervical lesion (NCCL) and characterised by the microstructural loss of hard dental tissue in ...