root pulp

root pulp

[TA]
that part of the dental pulp contained within the apical or root portion of the tooth.

root pulp

(rūt pŭlp) [TA]
That part of the dental pulp contained within the apical or root portion of the tooth.
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First and foremost, you need to perform trepanation of the chamber near the outlet of the widest canal and anaesthetize pulp chamber, then open wide the chamber to do an amputation of the pulp chamber and anaesthetize the root pulp. It is a painful technique, but the unpleasant feeling doesn't last long.
Ground raw or macerated, the root pulp makes a nice poultice, much the same as a potato or onion poultice, for cuts, burns, stings, and bruises.
Pulpotomy is a therapeutic procedure, frequently used in paediatric dentistry, which aims at eliminating the pulp from the pulp chamber while maintaining the vitality of the root pulp [1].
Pulpotomy is also contraindicated in the presence of swelling, fistula, pathological mobilization, internal root resorption, pulp calcifications, or excessive bruising of the root pulp [2].
However, pulpotomy is applicable only when the inflammation of the pulp is limited to the coronal tissue and the remaining root pulp is vital.
It has been determined that a measure of the therapeutic success of pulpotomy is the preservation of the majority of the root pulp, the absence of pain and signs of inflammation; the periradicular tissue is alive and healthy; there are no radiological signs, i.e.
The crown and root pulp tissue were obtained and digested with dispase II (4 mg/mL, Sigma-Aldrich) and collagenase type I (3 mg/mL, Sigma-Aldrich) for 1 h at 37[degrees]C.