Faculty mentor: Krista Carlson
Current pulp capping procedures’ success rates vary, as the materials used have consequences (challenging manipulation and degradation). A new glass composite is proposed to make pulp caps more effective. The work time, set time, and crystalline process is compared to current pulp capping materials. The new material is found to have suitable times and is chemically stable.
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