Vital pulp capping: a worthwhile procedure.

Abstract:

:Despite the progress made in the field of pulp biology, the technique and philosophy of direct vital pulp capping remains a controversial subject. Clinicians are well aware of the immediate and long-term success rates after root canal therapy, but are less certain of the success of vital pulp capping. Researchers have demonstrated that exposed pulps will heal and form reparative dentin. It is realized now that the variable prognosis of vital pulp capping is predominately a restorative issue. The factors that can produce a successful vital pulp cap are discussed in conjunction with two popular techniques.

journal_name

J Can Dent Assoc

authors

Stockton LW

keywords:

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1999-06-01 00:00:00

pages

328-31

issue

6

eissn

0709-8936

issn

1488-2159

journal_volume

65

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