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Inflammatory Response Mechanisms of the Dentine-Pulp Complex and the Periapical Tissues

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Widbiller, Matthias ; Galler, Kerstin M. ; Weber, Manuel ; Korkmaz, Yüksel ; Feuerer, Markus
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The macroscopic and microscopic anatomy of the oral cavity is complex and unique in the human body. Soft-tissue structures are in close interaction with mineralized bone, but also dentine, cementum and enamel of our teeth. These are exposed to intense mechanical and chemical stress as well as to dense microbiologic colonization. Teeth are susceptible to damage, most commonly to caries, where ...


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