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1. Without a pulp.
2. Denoting a tooth in which the pulp has died or from which the pulp has been removed.
3. Denoting a tooth that gives no response to an electric pulp test or thermal test.


1. Denoting tooth in which pulp has died or from which pulp has been removed.
2. Denoting a tooth that gives no response to an electric pulp or thermal test.

pulpless (pulp´les),

adj having a nonfunctioning pulp (untreated), or a pulp that has been replaced with an inert material (treated).
pulpless tooth,
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