vital tooth

vi·tal tooth

a tooth with a living pulp.

vi·tal tooth

(vītăl tūth)
Tooth with a living pulp.
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Inclusion criteria: Systemically healthy individuals with dentinal hypersensitivity to air stimulus from 10 mm distance in at least one vital tooth from two quadrants following periodontal therapy.
Peroxide-containing vital tooth whiteners are classified into three categories, according to application mode and peroxide concentration.
1) Vital tooth bleaching is a widespread procedure for which several techniques and materials have been developed (2) (e.
The temperature in both groups remained under 80 throughout the study, which is below the thermal threat for vital tooth bleaching.
42%) cases; the most frequent cause was found to be caries and non vital tooth.
Shillingburg (1) states that any vital tooth that is being relined should be done so via the indirect method because of this exothermic heat increase.
Elective RCT of a vital tooth to be crowned /abutment
DEFINITION: Lateral periodontal cysts are defined as nonkeratinized and noninflammatory developmental cysts located adjacent or lateral to the root of a vital tooth.
In-office vital tooth bleaching has been used for many years in dentistry and is known to be a reliable technique for quickly lightening discolored teeth.
Vital tooth bleaching, the act of using hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide to whiten teeth, is the most commonly requested cosmetic dental procedure in the U.
2) However, vital tooth bleaching, when correctly administered, is one of the safest, most effective, and conservative aesthetic procedures available for treating discolored teeth.