BRAZILIAN DENTAL JOURNAL

Dental Foundation of Ribeirão Preto

PRINTED VERSION ISSN 0103-6440
ONLINE VERSION ISSN 1806-4760


Contents

Editorial

Pre- and Post-Natal Protein Deficiency in Albino Rats. I. Weight Progression Analysis  (pdf version)
A. B. Novaes, A. B. Novaes Jr, G. Maia Campos, A. C. R. Feitosa and K. Maddil
 Key Words: nutrition, weight progression, protein defeciency

In Vitro Study of Root Canal Anatomy of Maxillary Second Premolars (pdf version)
J. D. Pécora, M. D. Sousa Neto, P. C. Saquy and J. B. Woelfel  
Key Words: maxillary second premolars, root canal, anatomy

Photopolymerized Resins: Surface Hardness Variation in Relation to Time of Polymerization and Setting  (pdf version)
M. L. Turbino, D. Vinha, A. L. B. Centola and G. Maia Campos
Key Words: light-cured resins, surperficial hardness, polymerization and storage time.

The Use of Histoacryl in Endodontics  (pdf version)
J. L. Lage-Marques, R. Conti and J. H. Antoniazzi
Key Words: tissue adhesive, cyanoacrylates, Histoacryl

Guided Tissue Regeneration versus Hemisection in the Treatment of Furcation Lesions. A Clinical Analysis (pdf version)
A. B. Novaes Jr and A. B. Noaves
Key Words: guided tissue regeneration, hemisection, furcation

Complications in Exodontia - Accidental Dislodgment to Adjacent Anatomical Areas (pdf version)
S. A. Grandini, V. M. da R. Barros, L. A. Salata, A. L. Rosa and U. N. Soares
Key Words: exodontia, complications, accidental dislodgment of teeth

Three-Rooted Mandibular Molars in Patients of Mongolian, Caucasian and Negro Origin  (pdf version)
J. A. B. Ferraz and J. D. Pécora
Key Words: three-rooted mandibular molars, anatomy


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