Post-operative Hyper-sensitivity Assessment After Immediate Versus Delayed Dentine Sealing in Teeth for Indirect Tooth Colored Restorations

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PICOT elements:P: Teeth restored with indirect tooth colored restoration I: Immediate dentin sealing using universal adhesive C: Delayed dentin sealing O: Post-operative Hypersensitivity T: -Hypersensitivity assessment one week during provisionalization period and post-cementation S: Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial

Study Design


Hypersensitivity Dentin


Immediate dentin sealing protocol, Delayed dentin sealing protocol


Faculty of dentistry cairo university


Not yet recruiting


Cairo University

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