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pulpotomy

 [pul-pot´ah-me]
root canal therapy involving partial removal of dental pulp from a tooth.

pul·pot·o·my

(pŭl-pot'ŏ-mē),
Removal of a portion of the pulp structure of a tooth, usually the coronal portion.
Synonym(s): pulp amputation
[L. pulpa, pulp, + G. tomē, incision]

pulpotomy

/pul·pot·o·my/ (pul-pot´ah-me) excision of the coronal pulp.

pulpotomy

(pŭl-pŏt′ə-mē)
n.
Surgical removal of a portion of the tooth pulp, usually of the coronal portion.

pulpotomy

[pul·pot′ə·mē]
root canal therapy consisting of partial excision of the dental pulp. Also called pulp amputation.

pulp·ot·o·my

(pŭl-pot'ŏ-mē)
Removal of a portion of the pulp structure of a tooth, usually the coronal portion.
Synonym(s): pulp amputation.
[L. pulpa, pulp, + G. tomē, incision]

pulpotomy

Removal of part or all of the part of the pulp of a tooth within the crown. This is necessary usually because of infection resulting from tooth decay and is done before the tooth is filled to seal off the enamel.

pulp·ot·o·my

(pŭl-pot'ŏ-mē)
Removal of portion of tooth's pulp structure, usually the coronal portion.
Synonym(s): pulp amputation.
[L. pulpa, pulp, + G. tomē, incision]

pulpotomy (pulpot´əmē),

n (pulp amputation), the surgical amputation of the dental pulp coronal to the dentinocemental junction.
pulpotomy, partial,
n the surgical removal of only a part of the tissue in the pulpal chamber.
pulpotomy, total or complete,
n the surgical removal of the entire contents of the pulpal chamber at the entrance of the root canal(s).

pulpotomy

surgical excision of a vital pulp.
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Partial pulpotomy for immature permanent teeth, its present and future.
Using CH as a pulp dressing agent, the success rate of partial pulpotomy is reported to be 91-100% in cariously exposed young permanent molars [Zilberman et al.
The aim of this study was to compare the clinical success rate of CH with that of MTA in partial pulpotomy treatment of permanent molars.
Characteristics of patients and the distribution of permanent first molars treated by partial pulpotomy using calcium hydroxide or MTA are presented in Table (1).
The apparent clinical success of partial pulpotomy is due to the removal of the major portion of the inflamed tissue [Langeland, 1987].
Clinical series studies of cariously exposed permanent molars treated with partial pulpotomy and dressed with CH have shown high success rates ranging from 91%- 100% over a follow up period of 8-140 months [Baratieri et al.
Claimed to be critically important for the outcome of pulpcapping or partial pulpotomy procedure is the degree of pulpal bleeding upon mechanical exposure [Bergenholtz and Spangberg, 2004].
A partial pulpotomy was initiated using local analgesia under rubber dam.
An attempt to carry out a partial pulpotomy to the level at which apparently 'healthy' pulp tissue was reached (i.
A clinical report on partial pulpotomy and capping with calcium hydroxide in permanent incisors with complicated crown fracture.
Partial pulpotomy following complicated crown fracture in permanent incisors: A clinical and radiographic study.
A one year follow-up of partial pulpotomy and calcium hydroxide capping in primary molars.

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