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Évaluation in vitro des propriétés antibactériennes des biomatériaux de restauration en dentisterie mini-invasive

Abstract : Concerning the minimally invasive dentistry approach, the management of deep cavities involves the removal of infected tissue while preserving the affected dentin. The indirect pulp capping material is placed directly on the reactive dentin to neutralize bacterial growth, protect the pulp from the potential toxicity of the restorative materials, and stimulate tertiary dentin production. Biodentine appears to be the most suitable indirect pulp capping material for this type of cavity restoration related to TheraCal, IRM and CVI.
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Sophie Perzinsky. Évaluation in vitro des propriétés antibactériennes des biomatériaux de restauration en dentisterie mini-invasive. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02479871⟩

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