circumpulpal

circumpulpal

/cir·cum·pul·pal/ (-pul´p'l) surrounding the pulp.
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As an extra precaution, all circumpulpal dentine was removed by reaming prior to demineralisation (Beaumont et al.
It is possible that lead exposure early in life disrupts this system and results in obesity, an outcome suggested by one previous epidemiologic study in which higher circumpulpal dentine lead levels in shed deciduous teeth were found to prospectively predict, 13 years later, higher body mass index (Kim et al.
The lower central portion of the incisal section was reamed to ensure removal of any later-formed circumpulpal dentin.