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MATUROGÉNESIS EXITOSA POR EXCAVACIÓN PROGRESIVA CON CEMENTO CEM

El tratamiento indirecto de la pulpa, en la pulpa expuesta, con material biológico regenerativo, como el cemento CEM, debería evaluarse en estudios futuros.
Autor
Saeed Asgary
Columnista Experto de SIIC
Institución del autor
Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Teherán, Irán
Coautores
Laleh A Marvasti*   
MFDS DDS, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Teherán, Irán*

Palabras clave
apexogénesis, molar inmaduro, tratamiento progresivo, mezcla de cemento enriquecido con calcio, recubrimiento pulpar

Key words
apexogenesis, immature molar tooth, stepwise treatment, calcium enriched, mixture cement, pulp capping

Clasificación en siicsalud
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Especialidades
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Primera edición
18 de enero, 2017
Segunda edición, ampliada y corregida
9 de marzo, 2018

Bibliografía del caso clínico
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6. Mozayeni MA, Milani AS, Marvasti LA, Asgary S. Cytotoxicity of calcium enriched mixture cement compared with mineral trioxide aggregate and intermediate restorative material. Aust Endod J 38(2):70-75, 2012.
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