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Advances in Pulp Capping Agents *

@inproceedings{Solete2014AdvancesIP,
  title={Advances in Pulp Capping Agents *},
  author={Pradeep Solete and P. Vijaya},
  year={2014}
}
The procedure of pulp capping relies primarily on the ability of the pulpal health. Various factors affect this process namely: age, health of periodontium, root formation, size of exposure, nature of injury and microbial contamination all these only can decide the success of pulp capping. A wide range of materials has been tried to achieve the success. In this review recent advances of the pulp capping materials are been emphasized. 
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