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Figure 2: (a) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 1 month showing the exposure site with the pulp capping material (Biodentin), a thick newly formed reparative dentin bridge completely closing the exposure site (dentin bridge), cell inclusions inside the dentin bridge (blue arrow), and multiple blood vessels (yellow arrows). P: Pulp tissue (H and E, ×100). (b) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 1 month showing multiple successive layers of proliferating odontoblasts layer and numerous collagen fibers (C). Notice the predentin (red arrow), primary dentin (D), reparative dentin (blue arrow), and the line of demarcation (black arrow, H and E, ×200)

Figure 2: (a) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 1 month showing the exposure site with the pulp capping material (Biodentin), a thick newly formed reparative dentin bridge completely closing the exposure site (dentin bridge), cell inclusions inside the dentin bridge (blue arrow), and multiple blood vessels (yellow arrows). P: Pulp tissue (H and E, ×100). (b) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 1 month showing multiple successive layers of proliferating odontoblasts layer and numerous collagen fibers (C). Notice the predentin (red arrow), primary dentin (D), reparative dentin (blue arrow), and the line of demarcation (black arrow, H and E, ×200)