Published: Dr. Edward Lynch

Dr. Edward Lynch (Dental) co-authored with mentee and doctoral student Divya P Kumari “Development of a new atraumatic restorative treatment material incorporated with Azadirachta indica (Neem) as an antibacterial agent,” which concluded the newly developed treatment material had properties acceptable for clinical use, was non-mutagenic, and could be used as one of the safer atraumatic restorative clinical treatment materials. Kumari completed her doctorate at the K.S. Hegde Medical Academy in Mangalore India’s Nitte University.

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