pulpal


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pul·pal

(pŭl'păl),
Relating to the pulp.

pulpal

[pul′pəl]
pertaining to pulp.

pul·pal

(pŭl'păl)
Relating to the pulp.

pul·pal

(pŭl'păl)
Relating to the pulp.

pulpal (pul´pəl),

adj relating to the pulp or the pulp cavity.

pulpal

pertaining to pulp, usually dental.

pulpal axis
the direction in which pulp is distributed in a tooth, generally from the apex to the occlusal surface.
pulpal stones
calcified deposits in the pulp cavity.
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Comparison of pulpal responses to pulpotomy and pulp capping with biodentine and mineral trioxide aggregate in dogs.
Treating the MIH has some challenges such as sensitivity, increased risk of plaque accumulation, unexpectedly rapid development and progression of caries, inability to anaesthetize, pulpal inflammation (due to the porosity of the enamel), difficult cooperation of the young patient (dental fear and anxiety), severe discomfort, repeated marginal breakdown of dental restorations and unpredictable behavior of apparently intact opacities.
When considering clinical studies with a follow-up of at least 5 years as being sufficient to cover eventual pulpal necrosis, the selection of both MTA and CHP is supported in the literature (2, 19).
Objective: To evaluate the pulpal anaesthesia of mandibular 1st molar by using 4% articaine in two different techniques i-e buccal infiltration and inferior alveolar nerve block.
A dental abscess can arise from pulpal infection (due to progression of caries) or periodontal infection (due to progression of periodontal disease).
Differentiation of pulpal cells and inductive influences of various materials with reference to pulpal wound healing.
The new findings suggest therapeutic strategies aimed at mobilizing the resident pulpal stem cells to magnify the natural reparative capacity of teeth without use of replacement materials.
These processes can affect the pulpal vessels and lead to vascular injuries with tissue necrosis.
Palatal abscess is a pyogenic collection representing a palatally directed drainage of infective pulpal, pericoronal or periodontal process.