Journal of Bioengineering & Biomedical Science

ISSN: 2155-9538

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Biodentine: A Revolutionary Biomaterial for Pulp Capping and Restorative Dentistry


Garolla Emilio*

Biodentine is a remarkable biomaterial that has garnered significant attention in the field of dentistry due to its versatility and numerous clinical applications. This article explores Biodentine's evolution, composition, properties, and its diverse roles in pulp capping and restorative dentistry. With a focus on its clinical significance, this comprehensive review discusses the advantages, drawbacks, and future prospects of Biodentine as an essential tool in modern dental practice. Biodentine's journey from its early development to its current status as a game-changer in dental materials has been traced. Its unique composition, which includes calcium silicates, radiopacifiers and a hydrophilic resin, contributes to its exceptional properties. These properties, such as high compressive strength, excellent sealing ability, and bioactivity, make Biodentine suitable for various clinical applications.


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