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Biology of selective caries removal: a systematic scoping review protocol

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10.5283/epub.51816
Widbiller, Matthias ; Weiler, Rita ; Knüttel, Helge ; Galler, Kerstin M. ; Buchalla, Wolfgang ; Scholz, Konstantin J.
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Abstract

Primary goal of restorative caries therapy is to preserve pulp vitality and the dentition. Whereas the conventional approach of complete caries removal aims at the elimination of all affected substances without regard to losses of hard tissue or pulp vitality, the innovative concept of selective caries removal (SCR) is characterised by a targeted and non-invasive excavation. It presents a lower ...

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