pulp horn


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pulp horn

a prolongation of the pulp extending toward the cusp of a tooth.

pulp horn

(pŭlp hōrn)
A prolongation of the pulp extending toward the cusp of a tooth.

pulp horn

(pŭlp hōrn)
Prolongation of pulp extending toward tooth cusp.
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In the present study one could argue that caries removal was too zealous, as eight teeth resulted in exposure (failing to enter the study) while, in some, close approximation to a pulp horn was visible at direct clinical view by the altered colour of the dentine over it.
Otherwise, both DTS and DT also had difficulty recalling the position of pulp canals in such teeth, although the DS were more knowledgeable of the exposure of the mesio-buccal pulp horn of primary molar teeth during preparation compared with the qualified dentists and therapists.
A multivariate statistical analysis revealed that pulpal revascularization was more frequent in teeth with shorter distances from the apical foramen to the pulp horns.
Pulp chambers were enlarged, with pulp horns extending to the dentino-enamel junction.