Pulp capping treatment aims to maintain the vitality of the pulp so that dental function is maintained. Calcium hydroxide (CH) and Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) were used to maintain pulp vitality by forming a dentinal bridge formation without toxic effects. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of CH as pulp capping material in comparison with MTA. Clinical trials conducted searches in PubMed journals and Wiley for articles published in the last ten years to evaluate the effects of pulp capping material CH and MTA. Journals that met the inclusion criteria received, and the information does not need to put in exclusion criteria - Journal of the difference effectiveness of the material included in the systematic review. Three studies that did not meet the inclusion criteria and journals that could not be opened were excluded from the research study. The MTA treatment group showed a much higher success rate than the calcium hydroxide group. From this review, it was concluded that MTA is superior to CH in the absence of an inflammatory response and dentinal bridge formation.
Calcium hydroxide, Mineral trioxide aggregate, Pulp capping.
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