Dental Product Report

Dental Product Report-Bisco-ebook-2017

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When pulp is at risk of necrosis— either the pulp is fully exposed or nearly exposed— clinicians can preserve it through the process of pulp capping. There are two types of pulp caps—direct and indirect—and when done properly and under the right circumstances, pulp can not only be preserved, but dentin can be regrown. ARE MAKING PATIENTS'— AND DENTISTS'— LIVES BETTER Pulp Ways 3 Cap Breakthroughs S P O N S O R E D B Y : AN INTRODUCTION TO PULP CAPPING

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