It was performed for pain relief by reducing intrapulpal
pressure once the periapical abscess occurred.
injection was administered in cases where sensation was experienced during pulpectomy.
A study done by Kusai Baroudi and others compared the intrapulpal temperature rise between the five flowable and three non flowable composites using light-emitting diode (LED) and halogen (quartz-tungsten-halogen) light-curing units (LCUs).
Effect of composite temperature on in vitro intrapulpal temperature rise.
temperature changes during root surface irradiation with an 809-nm GaAlAs laser.
Variable F corresponds to the flow rate of each experimental group; variable A is the dentine area exposed to the fluid; variable P is the intrapulpal
pressure, which value corresponds to the height of the column with distilled water (200 mm), and variable t is time in minutes.
Although concerns about the possible effects of temperature on pulp may arise, previous findings have demonstrated that any increase in composite resin temperature to 54[degrees]C and 60[degrees]C does not significantly change the intrapulpal
temperature during preparation with the Er:YAG laser compared to the conventional burr: an in vitro study.
heat generation during provisionalization: effect of desensi- tizer and matrix type.
However, it has been demonstrated that an increase in the temperature of resin composites to temperatures ranging between 54[degrees]C and 60[degrees]C does not significantly change the intrapulpal
P] showed radiographic evidence of intrapulpal
calcifications and dentine bridges respectively [Waterhouse et al.
Although histology of teeth extracted at 6 months showed pulp necrosis, inflammation, bridging and intrapulpal
calcifications, the clinically-favourable pulpotomy response was attributed to bacteria removal, sealing, and low toxicity of MTA [Caicedo et al.