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Figure 3: (a) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 2 months showing the capping material on the exposure site (Biodentin), newly formed reparative dentin bridge (dentin bridge) and continuous reparative dentin extending along the lateral walls of the dentin (arrows) and completely closing the exposure site. P: Pulp tissue (H and E, ×40). (b) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 2 months showing layers of well-arranged odontoblasts layer, a line of demarcation (blue arrow) between the primary dentin (D) and a thick layer of reparative dentin (yellow arrow). Notice the predentin layer (red arrow, H and E, ×200)

Figure 3: (a) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 2 months showing the capping material on the exposure site (Biodentin), newly formed reparative dentin bridge (dentin bridge) and continuous reparative dentin extending along the lateral walls of the dentin (arrows) and completely closing the exposure site. P: Pulp tissue (H and E, ×40). (b) A photomicrograph of the Biodentin group after 2 months showing layers of well-arranged odontoblasts layer, a line of demarcation (blue arrow) between the primary dentin (D) and a thick layer of reparative dentin (yellow arrow). Notice the predentin layer (red arrow, H and E, ×200)