Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Stabilization



European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2000-2005

The ultimate goal in successful management of mobile teeth is to restore function and comfort by establishing a stable occlusion that promotes tooth retention and the maintenance of periodontal health. The clinical management of mobile teeth can be a perplexing problem, especially if the underlying causes for mobility have not been properly diagnosed. In some cases, mobile teeth are retained because patients decline multidisciplinary treatment that might otherwise also include strategic extractions. Some mobile teeth can be treated through occlusal equilibration alone whereas mobile teeth with a compromised periodontium can be stabilized with the aid of provisional and/or definitive splinting. Tooth splinting have been accomplished since ancient civilizations to decrease tooth mobility, to replace missing teeth & to improve form, function, and esthetics. Still splinting remains one of the poorly understood & controversial areas of dental therapy. This article discusses splinting…its, rationale, basic principles, indications, contraindications, limitations and classifications.

Rising the liberated Compressive Strength in Cement for Black Cotton Soil using Shredder Rubber

Piyush Singhal; Manoj Agrawal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 279-284

The soil stabilization wealth modification of the soil assets by the addition of further material to meet the particular engineering necessities. Techniques for the stabilization would compaction and utilization of admixtures. Utilization of ragged rubber tires in geotechnical engineering for upgrading the soil properties has gained excessive consideration in the present times. The goal of the study might have been to utilize the dissipate material for stabilization of soil to decrease the natural effect. A few reinforcement methods are nearby for stabilizing soils. In the current examination, the ragged rubber from dissipate tires is picked as the strengthening substance and cement of 2% and 4%as binding agent. The binding agent that might have been haphazardly incorporated into the soil at 3 diverse ratios of shredded rubber satisfied, i.e., 5%, 10%, and 15% by influence of soil the examination is concentrated on the performance of soil reinforced by haphazardly incorporated ragged rubber. The examples are subjected to California attitude ratio (soaked and unsoaked) and released density tests. The tests have unmistakably indicated a critical development in the shear power and behavior ability limitation of the soil.