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Comparative analysis of materials for dentino-pulp protection: varnishes, liners, ZOE cements, zinc oxyphosphate cements, zinc polycarboxylate cements, calcium hydroxide cements



Comparative analysis of materials for dentino-pulp protection: varnishes, liners, ZOE cements, zinc oxyphosphate cements, zinc polycarboxylate cements, calcium hydroxide cements



Archivio Stomatologico 31(2): 197-216



The Authors review the principal materials used for pulp and dentine protection. Them they examine the main characteristics of each materials about different clinical situations.

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