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Figure 7: Morphological and radiographic changes in sample specimen from Group A at temperature 1000°C. (a) Preheating photograph (b) postheating photograph showing dark grayish discoloration of crown and showing pinkish white discoloration of root. The enamel layer is detached from the coronal dentin. (c) Preheating radiograph (d) postheating radiograph showing increased number of fracture lines. The enamel was still attached to the dentin morphologically, but the width of separation between enamel and dentin in the radiograph increased

Figure 7: Morphological and radiographic changes in sample specimen from Group A at temperature 1000°C. (a) Preheating photograph (b) postheating photograph showing dark grayish discoloration of crown and showing pinkish white discoloration of root. The enamel layer is detached from the coronal dentin. (c) Preheating radiograph (d) postheating radiograph showing increased number of fracture lines. The enamel was still attached to the dentin morphologically, but the width of separation between enamel and dentin in the radiograph increased