Research Article| Volume 14, ISSUE 9, P1130-1137, September 1961

The effect of calcium hydroxide on deep carious lesions

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      After two years, 76 per cent of all deciduous and young permanent teeth with deep carious lesions proved to be clinically and roentgenographically sound subsequent to procedures involving application of a calcium hydroxide paste over residual caries for a six-month period, followed by complete excavation and restoration by conventional methods.
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