nonvital tooth

non·vit·al tooth

a tooth with a nonvital pulp.

nonvital tooth

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Palatal abscess could be ruled out by clinical examination since the source of a palatal abscess, which is typically a nonvital tooth in the vicinity or a localized periodontal defect, was not found.
A GP point can be used to trace the sinus tract to its origin, which is usually a nonvital tooth.
Various procedures are available to improve tooth color, including whitening toothpastes, professional stain removal, enamel microabrasion, vital and nonvital tooth bleaching, porcelain veneers, crowns, and composite bonding.