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The proximal surface bear narrow grooves which are comparatively less in number and are curved and sinuous.
Strain gauges were fixed on the proximal surface, placed perpendicular to the long root axis, and used to measure the tensile strain of the proximal surface induced by the placement of the posts.
Carious lesions on proximal surfaces are challenging to both industrialized and developing countries.
For the frontal section of large otoliths of postjuvenile and adult fish, the otolith proximal surface was placed facing up, and OL was measured.
velata, the distal surfaces are densely echinate, but the proximal surface essentially lacks ornamentation (Fig.
Thus, the aim of this study was to correlate alveolar bone loss in buccal/palatal and proximal surfaces of upper molars in Wistar rats.
Multilevel analysis was employed because the caries detection methods are performed in each proximal surface (first level), but the spacing is associated with two surfaces (level 2).
Gingival bleeding was assessed after flossing all proximal surfaces and each tooth surface was classified for caries, including non-cavitated lesions.
Flexible blades (proxy shape) are also used to contour and smooth the reduced proximal surface with abrasive grain size of different dimensions.
The proximal surface of the carious lesion was etched for 20 s with a 35% phosphoric acid gel (3M ESPE, St.

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