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Physical properties of root cementum:Part 25. Extent of root resorption after the application of light and heavy buccopalatal jiggling forces for 12 weeks:A microcomputed tomography study. Edina Eross, Tamer Turk, Selma Elekdag-Turk, Fethiye Cakmak, Allan S. Jones, András Végh, Alexandra K. Papadopoulou, M. Ali Darendeliler PRIME PubMed Physical properties of root cementum:part PubMed journal article:Physical properties of root cementum:part 14. The amount of root resorption after force application for 12 weeks on maxillary and mandibular premolars:a microcomputed-tomography study. Download Prime PubMed App to iPhone, iPad, or Android

Physical properties of root cementum:Part 10. Comparison

Feb 01, 2008 · Physical properties of root cementum:Part 18. The extent of root resorption after the application of light and heavy controlled rotational orthodontic forces for 4 weeks:a microcomputed tomography study. Wu AT, Turk T, Colak C, Elekda-Turk S, Jones AS, Petocz P, Darendeliler MA Physical properties of root cementum:Part 16. Physical properties of root cementum:Part 16. Comparisons of root resorption and resorption craters after the application of light and heavy continuous and controlled orthodontic forces for 4, 8, and 12 weeks Anchalee Paetyang, kulTamer, TürkSelma Elekda-Türk, Allan S. Jones, Peter Petocz, Lam L. Cheng, M. Ali Darendeliler Physical properties of root cementum:Part 26. Effects of Feb 01, 2018 · Orthodontically induced inflammatory root resorption (OIIRR) is an undesirable consequence of orthodontic tooth movement that occurs to some extent in all patients. 1 Several studies have attempted to identify its causative factors. The extent of OIIRR appears to be influenced by the complex interplay between individual susceptibility, 2 specific dental predispositions, 3 and a number

Physical properties of root cementum:part 16. Comparisons

Physical properties of root cementum:part 16. Comparisons of root resorption and resorption craters after the application of light and heavy continuous and controlled orthodontic forces for 4, 8, and 12 weeks A light buccally directed orthodontic force of 25 g was applied to the experimental tooth on 1 side, while a heavy orthodontic force Physical properties of root cementum:part 2. Effect of Nov 01, 2003 · Physical properties of root cementum:Part 25. Extent of root resorption after the application of light and heavy buccopalatal jiggling forces for 12 weeks:A microcomputed tomography study. Eross E, Turk T, Elekdag-Turk S, Cakmak F, Jones AS, The past and present research at the University of Sydney Jul 09, 2021 · Eross E, Turk T, Elekdag-Turk S, Cakmak F, Jones AS, Végh A, et al. Physical properties of root cementum:Part 25. Extent of root resorption after the application of light and heavy buccopalatal jiggling forces for 12 weeks:A microcomputed tomography study. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2015;147:738-46. [Google Scholar]

Physical properties of root cementum:part 7. Extent of

Introduction:The aim of this article was to quantify the extent of root resorption in areas of compression or tension under light and heavy buccal tipping orthodontic forces. Methods:The sample consisted of 36 premolars in 16 patients. On 1 side, light (25 g) or heavy (225 g) buccal tipping orthodontic forces were activated for 28 days.