The Biology of Tooth Movement

The Biology of Tooth Movement

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:Written by a broad spectrum of dental, medical and basic science researchers from around the world, this book presents state-of-the-art knowledge concerning the biology of connective tissues and their response to exogenous mechanical stimulation at the cell biology level. The text goes well beyond the traditional morphologic descriptions of tooth movement, covering the cell biology of the connective tissues involved, the various in vitro and in vivo research models, possible pharmacological means of influencing tissue responses, and biophysical considerations. Many cellular events that occur during tooth movement are discussed, as well as the exciting challenges, unanswered questions and possibilities in the future. This publication is extremely relevant to the work of dental specialists in orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, and periodontics plus orthopeadists and basic scientists working in connective tissue research.Louis A. Norton, Charles J. Burstone ... Stiles, C. D., Pledger, W. J., Tuclah, R. W., Martin, R. G., and Scher, C. D., Regulation of the Balb/c 3T3 cell cycle-effects of growth factors, J. Supramol. ... Simpson, D. M. and Ross, R., The neutrophilic leukocyte in wound repair. ... Invest., 51, 2009, 1959. ... Clark, R. A., Stone, R. D., Leung, D. Y. K., Silver, I., Hohn, D.C., and Hunt, T. K., Role of macrophages in woundanbsp;...

Title:The Biology of Tooth Movement
Author:Louis A. Norton, Charles J. Burstone
Publisher:CRC Press - 1988-11-30


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