pulpless


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pulp·less

(pŭlp'les),
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.

pulp·less

(pŭlplĕs)
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.
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An in vitro study of the fracture resistance and the incidence ofvertical root fracture of pulpless teeth restored with six post-and-coresystems.
An in vitro study of the fracture resistance and the incidence of vertical root fractures of pulpless teeth restored with six post and core systems.
Bohin and P Renault, Corono-radicular reconstruction of pulpless teeth: a mechanical study using finite element analysis, The Journal of prosthetic dentistry, 442-448 (2002).
This refers mainly to pulpless teeth bleached from the side of the pulp chamber using hydrogen peroxide, sodium perborate and urea peroxide.
They address treatment planning, treatment options, and materials used for restoration; the principles and methods of restoration and cementation, provisional restoration, and management of discolored endodontically treated teeth; various aspects of the management of severely damaged pulpless teeth; and treatment of complications and failures, including perforations, removal of posts and broken instruments from the root canal system, and crowns.
Frank, Therapy for the divergent pulpless tooth by continued apical formation, J.
This text is concerned solely with dental bleaching and offers seven chapters that thoroughly cover chemistry, diagnosis and treatment planning, in-office bleaching of vital teeth, nightguard vital bleaching, bleaching pulpless teeth, and total team care in combination bleaching.