José Manuel Navajas Rodríguez de Mondelo

José Manuel Navajas Rodríguez de Mondelo
University of Granada | UGR · Department of Stomatology

Full Professor. MD. DDS. PhD

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Root resorption is the loss of hard dental tissue as a result of odontoclastic action involving vital and pulpless teeth. Cervical root resorption (CRR) is a type of external resorption which usually occurs immediately below the epithelial attachment of the tooth in the cervical region. The idiopathic cervical resorption (ICR) refers to a clinical...
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Clinical Relevance The use of an individualized wedge with resin allows proximal contours to be reproduced and an adequate contact point to be obtained in Class II composite esthetic restorations.
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The accuracy of three electronic apex locators (EALs) (Justy II, Root ZX, and Neosono Ultima EZ) is evaluated, together with the concordance of the measurements obtained by two different operators. Twenty single-root human teeth were used, sectioning the crown to gain access to the root canal. A first operator (A) determined the reference (or contr...
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A comparison was made of the apical leakage of three sealers. Fifty single-root human teeth were randomly divided into 5 groups (n = 10; 3 experimental and 2 control). The teeth of the positive-control and experimental groups were instrumented with K-type files to size 45. The experimental groups were obturated by laterally-vertically, condensed gu...
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Some clinical situations may require the repair of a secondary polymerized or aged composite. The higher indirect resin conversion rate may prove to be a disadvantage if a repair procedure based on covalent bonding from unreacted methacrylate groups is attempted. This study evaluated the effectiveness of different combinations of surface treatments...
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This study evaluated the in vitro microleakage of six dentin adhesive systems. Triangle-shaped Class V cavities with coronal margin in enamel and gingival margin in cementum or root dentin were cut in the buccal surfaces of 90 non-carious single-root human teeth. These teeth were randomly assigned into six groups (n = 15) for the evaluation of six...
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A case of amelogenesis imperfecta with hypoplasia, hypocalcification of the enamel, congenital absence of teeth 12 and 22, delayed eruption of tooth 23, edge-to-edge incisal relationship, open bite, and bilateral posterior cross bite at the level of the first and second premolars is presented. Lateral skull teleradiography indicated a Class III ske...
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Most of the composites and sealants used in dentistry are based on bisphenol A diglycidylether methacrylate (Bis-GMA). Reports revealed that in situ polymerization is not complete and that free monomers can be detected by different analytic methods. Concerns about the estrogenicity of bisphenol A (BPA) and other aromatic components leached from com...
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Recently, several adhesive systems have been introduced that combine the primer and bonding resin in a single bottle. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the bonding efficiency of these one-component adhesives under conditions of simulated pulpal pressure and to determine the influence of storage time on the shear bond strength. One hundred c...
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In this current piece of work we study the area of dentinal diffusion obtained with various irrigating agents which eliminate the smear layer: critic acid at concentrations of 10, 25 and 50%, 15% ethylene-diamino-tetraacetic acid (EDTA), and REDTA (compound of EDTA). All the agents proved their efficiency in eliminating the smear layer, which was c...
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The effectiveness of ultrasonic and sonic instrumentation in eliminating the smear layer from instrumented root channels. The results were examined with S.E.M. and the effective areas of dental diffusion were calculated using the computerized image analyzer. The agents used: citric acid at concentrations of 10, 25 and 50% as well as 15% EDTA, prove...
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It's been studied "in vitro" the influence of the "Smear Layer" on the cement adhesión of the glass ionomer to the dentin. Using phosphoric acid at 37% and poliacrylic in the dentin during short periods of time, the adhesion between the cement and the dentin is improved because the Smear Layer is removed totally in the case of phosphoric acid and p...
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Along this work, we study the salvage of resistance to pression of teeth with OM cavities and with an excavated top of the palate, when we obstruct it. We use composed resin or glass cement to fill up the excavated top in order to recover the outline of the OM cavity and we obstruct it with composed resin or combining glass cement with composed res...
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We have compared the endurance recuperation to the fracture of class II cavities, OM and MOD, filled with amalgam or composite resin. The composite resin recuperates the tooth endurance in the MOD cavities and in the OM cavities. The teeth with small OM cavities filled with amalgam recuperate their endurance to the original compression but the teet...
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It has been studied the gingival microleakage and the polymerization contraction gap in composites class II restorations. The influence of two different composites, a microparticle [Heliomolar (Vivadent)] and a high filled one [P-50 (3M)], has been compared with different adhesion systems: a) gingival enamel acid-etch technique. b) Dentinal adhesiv...

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