"A particular emphasis of this new edition is the role that the dental pulp plays in both local and systemic disease. A current "hot topic" in the field of endodontics is stem cells and the regeneration of the pulpodentin complex. This text provides the astute clinician with the scientific background required to perform such therapies."
Adam J. Grossman, DDS (Alpha Omegan; August 2012)
"Seltzer and Bender's Dental Pulp, Second Edition is an update of the classic text that provides the reader with an exceptional insight into the biology, interactions and responses of the dental pulp. This latest edition comprehensively reviews a broad range of subject matter and introduces stimulating new chapters, such as regenerative endodontics, to its audience. This text would be highly recommended to postgraduates, dental practitioners, and registrars interested in restorative dentistry who aim to deliver accurate diagnoses and clinical management of patients with pulpal conditions."
R. S. Virdi (British Dental Journal; August 2012)
"Overall, Seltzer and Bender's Dental Pulp, 2nd Edition, is an outstanding 10-year anniversary edition of a classic textbook. It is an excellent resource for students, residents, and clinicians alike to use to develop and build on clinical protocols for restorative and endodontic procedures that are founded on evidence-based biological principles."
Christine Sedgley, MDS, MDSc, FRACDS, MRACDS (ENDO), PhD (Journal of Endodontics; May 2012)