Provisional Crown Dislodgement during Scuba Diving: A Case of Barotrauma

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Gulve, Meenal Nitin; Gulve, Nitin Dilip;
(2013)

Changes in ambient pressure, for example, during flying, diving, or hyperbaric oxygen therapy, can lead to barotrauma. Although it may seem that this issue was neglected in dental education and research in recent decades, familiarity with and understanding of these fact... View more
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