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Loss of tooth substance during root planing with various periodontal instruments: an in vitro study.

Bibliographic reference Obeid, Patrick ; Bercy, Pierre. Loss of tooth substance during root planing with various periodontal instruments: an in vitro study.. In: Clinical oral investigations, Vol. 9, no. 2, p. 118-23 (2005)
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