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Human Primary Tooth Histology Six Months after Treatment with Silver Diamine Fluoride.

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Summary of "Human Primary Tooth Histology Six Months after Treatment with Silver Diamine Fluoride."

To describe the histological characteristics of a human primary tooth with deep caries next to the dental pulp 6 months after being treated with silver diamine fluoride (SDF).

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Name: The Journal of clinical pediatric dentistry
ISSN: 1053-4628
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