coronal pulp


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crown pulp

[TA]
that portion of the dental pulp contained within the pulp chamber or crown cavity of the tooth.
Synonym(s): pulpa coronalis [TA], coronal pulp

coronal pulp

The portion of the dental pulp in the pulp chamber or in the crown of the tooth.
See also: pulp

crown pulp

(krown pŭlp) [TA]
Portion of dental pulp contained within the pulp chamber or crown cavity of tooth.
Synonym(s): coronal pulp.
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The coronal pulp cavity index: A forensic tool for age determination in human adults.
After amputation of the inflamed coronal pulp (pulpotomy), recovery of the non-inflamed radicular pulp can develop along one of three lines:
Winn went on to note that "The substitution of the laser for the drill in coronal pulp removal decreases the use of the low speed drill with its objectionable vibration, and is much appreciated by patients.
Although meticulous pre-operative clinical and radiographic assessment is mandatory, accurate pulp diagnosis is challenging because clinicians rely on clinical assessment of bleeding to evaluate radicular pulp health following coronal pulp amputation.
Formocresol and Calcium hydroxide pulpotomy was performed after amputation and proper hemostasis of the coronal pulp chamber and the selected patients were divided into two groups.
The coronal pulp was then carefully removed and cut into 10 [micro]m longitudinal sections.