PMID: 108322May 1, 1979

Compatibility of various materials with oral tissues. II: Pulp responses to composite ingredients

Journal of Dental Research
H R StanleyJ Folio

Abstract

Eight ingredients of composite materials were evaluated individually for pulp irritation. None caused significant inflammation as evidenced by its average response. No abscess formations or lesions predominating in leukocytes occurred.

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