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Figure 5

From: Intra-pulp temperature increase of equine cheek teeth during treatment with motorized grinding systems: influence of grinding head position and rotational speed

Figure 5

Comparison of planar grinding of mandibular and maxillary CT at varying rotational speeds. Intra-dental temperature rise after planar grinding of the occlusal surface. The mean values of the individual pulp positions are displayed in maxillary CT: pulp position 1: n = 20, pulp position 2: n = 20, pulp position 3: n = 16, pulp position 4: n = 20, pulp position 5: n = 19. In mandibular CT: pulp position 1: n = 18, pulp position 2: n = 18, pulp position 3: n = 17, pulp position 4: n = 16, pulp position 5: n = 17. a) Grinding of maxillary CT (group 2) at 6,000 rpm. b) Grinding of maxillary CT (group 2) at 12,000 rpm. c) Grinding of mandibular CT (group 3) at 6,000 rpm. d) Grinding of mandibular CT (group 3) at 12,000 rpm

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