Effects of Bioactive Agents on Dentin Mineralization Kinetics After Dentin Bleaching.

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Summary of "Effects of Bioactive Agents on Dentin Mineralization Kinetics After Dentin Bleaching."

This study evaluated effects of Bioglass 45S5 (BG) and Biosilicate (BS) remineralization on the chemical composition and bond strength of control dentin (CD) and bleached dentin (BD) surfaces.


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Name: Operative dentistry
ISSN: 1559-2863


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