This study evaluated the pulp biocompatability of a new light-cured composite resin which was placed in etched glass-ionomer-lined cavities of monkey teeth. The pulpal response to this material was less than that to zinc-oxide eugenol cement in each observation period. Therefore this material seems to meet acceptable biocompatability standards in nonhuman primates.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 1 1991|
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