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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Sometimes, the vet will notice pulpal stones in the tooth's chamber or canal.
The success of provisional restoration depends upon good marginal adaptation as it promotes gingival health during the period between tooth preparation and placement of final restoration, and also helps in preventing pulpal damage from thermal, bacterial and chemical insults [4].
Contributed by dentists from the US, Canada, and Europe, chapters cover biologic considerations, patient evaluation and problem-oriented treatment planning, aesthetic considerations in diagnosis and treatment planning, caries management, pulpal considerations, nomenclature and instrumentation, field isolation, direct anterior and posterior restorations, amalgam and cast gold restorations, root caries, fluoride-releasing materials, Class 5 restorations, natural tooth bleaching, porcelain veneers, anterior ceramic crowns, aesthetic inlays and onlays, and the restoration of endodontically treated teeth.
Temporary fillings with zinc promote pulpal healing.
Both concentrations impart a rapid onset of analgesia and a similar degree of pulpal (approximately 1 hour) and soft tissue analgesia (3-5 hours) [Malamed et al.
2) The exothermic setting reaction of these products generates significant heat, and the practitioner must carefully control their use to avoid pulpal damage.
Oral problems, including unilateral infarct of the mandible (59), (60), pulpal necrosis (59), (61), osteonecrosis (62), facial swelling (63), diastema and hypodontia (64), gingival enlargement (63), palatal pallor (65), increased risk for caries (66), osteomyelitis of the mandible (67), unilateral anesthesia (60), (62), midfacial overgrowth (65), and orofacial pain (65), (67), (68), have been reported (69).
5% of the dental emergency visits, pulpal disease requiring endodontic (root canal) therapy accounted for 20%, and visits associated with wisdom teeth (third molars) accounted for 4.
Shellis, Effects of a supersaturated pulpal fluid on the formation of caries-like lesions on the roots of human teeth, Caries Res.
The 21 chapters are by dental and odontology specialists from Europe and Israel who cover the biological processes involved in pulpal and periapical pathologies and how that knowledge affects clinical management, including procedures like root filling techniques and nonsurgical treatment.
Metastatic lesions to the jaws are known to simulate periodontal and pulpal disease and other radiolucent lesions that can occur in the jaws.
Methods: Sprague-Dawley rats were divided into two groups: pregnant rats with induced pulpal inflammation (n=16) and sham-operated control pregnant rats (n=16).