pulpal


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pul·pal

(pŭl'păl),
Relating to the pulp.

pul·pal

(pŭl'păl)
Relating to the pulp.

pul·pal

(pŭl'păl)
Relating to the pulp.
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Anesthetic efficacy of four percent articaine for pulpal anesthesia by using inferior alveolar nerve block and buccal infiltration techniques in patients with irreversible pulpitis: a prospective randomized double-blind clinical trial.
The problem with these approaches is that they may not be effective for determining pulpal anesthesia.
Response of human pulpal tissue to orthodontic extrusive applications.
Pulpal temperature rise during light activated bleaching.
Etiology of Chief Complaint Frequency (Primary Classifications) of Diagnosis Percentage Enamel, dentin, or restoration 11,947 48 Pulpal disease 4,860 20 Dentoalveolar surgery or 3rd molar 3,249 13 Periodontal disease 2,169 9 Other dental conditions 1,008 4 Temporomandibular disorder 805 3 External trauma 603 2 Totals 24,641 100 Table 5.
Gianni, DDS, a Pleasant Hill/Berkeley, Calif.-based practitioner, commented, "The principal patient benefits we observed in using the laser for pulpal removal procedures were the greater precision of the instrument, the ability of the laser to decontaminate affected areas of the pulpal chamber and the decrease in discomfort to some patients during the procedures."
Periodontally they can cause pocket formation and bone loss while endodontically they can cause pulpal inflammation and pulpal necrosis.
KEYWORDS: Dental trauma, Electric pulp testing, Extrusion injury, Immature teeth, Laser Doppler Flowmetry, Pulpal blood flow, Thermal testing.
H and E stained decalcified section showed the presence of eosinophilic tubular structure resembling dentin surrounding the pulpal space interspersed with dense collagen fibers, endothelial-lined blood vessels, and few inflammatory cells chiefly composed of lymphocytes.