Effect of Different Liners on Pulpal Outcome after Partial Caries Removal: A Preliminary 12 Months Randomised Controlled Trial.

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Summary of "Effect of Different Liners on Pulpal Outcome after Partial Caries Removal: A Preliminary 12 Months Randomised Controlled Trial."

The aim of this double-blinded parallel randomised controlled trial was to compare the effect of different liners on 12-month pulp health outcomes after partial caries removal (PCR) with composite restorations in permanent molars.


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Name: Caries research
ISSN: 1421-976X
Pages: 1-8


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