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Impression Agar Agar in Dentistry Part Three

In this part three of series Agar Agar in Dentistry we will learn about different Impression techniques of Agar-Agar, its Advantages and Disadvantages In Part One post we learnt about Hydrocolloids, Sol-Gel Transformation, Uses of Agar – Agar in Dentistry, Composition, Commercial Brands, Supplied As, Preparation and Types of Agar. If you haven’t read that, …

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Manipulation Agar – Agar in Dentistry Part Two

In this post we will learn about Manipulation of Agar, Conditioning Unit and Properties of Agar In previous post we learnt about Hydrocolloids, Sol-Gel Transformation, Uses of Agar – Agar in Dentistry, Composition, Commercial Brands, Supplied As, Preparation and Types of Agar. If you haven’t read that, we suggest you read that first by clicking …

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Agar – Agar in Dentistry Part One

In this post we will learn about Hydrocolloids, Sol-Gel Transformation, Uses of Agar – Agar in Dentistry, Composition, Commercial Brands, Supplied As, Preparation and Types of Agar Hydrocolloids Agar is a hydrocolloid, which basically consists of gelatin particles suspended in water and water is the dispersion medium. Solution – uniformly dispersed solute and solvent eg …

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Types of Gingiva

In few days we shall cover the whole of Gingiva in multiple posts. We shall start with Types of Gingiva in this post. Gingiva is a masticatory mucosa and covers the alveolar process of the jaw and surround the neck of the teeth. The gingiva extends from the dentogingival junction to the alveolar mucosa. It …

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Access Opening in maxillary Central Incisor

Access Opening in Maxillary Central Incisor

Before we begin with the details of access opening of Maxillary Central Incisor, lets see a few terminologies. Pulp Cavity Present in the tooth, surrounded by dentin except at the apical foramina or the tip of the root. The coronal portion is called pulp chamber and the radicular portion is called root canal. Pulp Chamber …

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