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If there are V-shaped defects on the teeth, supracontacts are revealed and there is an overload of individual teeth and groups of clarinex, then it is more logical in this case to talk about abfraction.

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Wedge-shaped defects are formed more often in the cervical region, on the bare part of clarinex and quickly increase in size (in depth), because dentin has a low microhardness.

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A special place among the cervical lesions of hard tissues of teeth is occupied by cervical stress damage to teeth or abfraction.

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An analysis of the literature data on abfractional defects of teeth indicates that this pathology, namely, issues related to its etiology, pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, are a matter of controversy, despite the numerous hypotheses of domestic and foreign scientists.

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The lack of common views on the mechanisms of abfraction development reduces the effectiveness of the treatment of cervical defects of hard dental tissues in a clinical setting.

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A special place among the cervical lesions of hard tissues of teeth is occupied by cervical stress damage to teeth or abfraction.

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An analysis of the literature data on abfractional defects of teeth indicates that this pathology, namely, issues related to its etiology, pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, are a matter of controversy, despite the numerous hypotheses of domestic and foreign scientists. The lack of common views on the mechanisms of abfraction development reduces the effectiveness of the treatment of cervical defects of hard dental tissues in a clinical setting.

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Complicating the classification of abfractional lesions is the absence of a diagnosis in the ICD-10, this is a consequence of controversial questions about the etiology.

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