The tooth was cleaned with a wet cotton pellet to remove debris and plaque, dental caries was then removed using sharp spoon excavators (Darby-Perry #220/221, #17 DE, Hu-Friedy, Chicago, USA), followed by cleaning the cavity using a small wet cotton pellet and finally dried with a dry cotton pellet. The cavity was considered caries-free when a leather-hard texture was reached and the excavator did not stick anymore [14]. The GIC was used to restore the cavity using the same technique described for the other group [33].

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