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Sensitive teeth: sources and notes

Author: Elide Achille.
Expert Consultant: Dr. Vianney Descroix, MCU-PH, Department of Odontology GHPS - Paris.

Sources:

- ADF website, 2013.

- ADDY M Dentine hyeprsensitivity: new perspectives on an old problem Int. Tooth. J., 2002; 52: 367-375.

- West NX. The dentin hypersensitivity patient - a total management package. Int Dent, J 2007; 57: 411-419.

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