pulp cavity


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Noun1.pulp cavity - the central cavity of a tooth containing the pulp (including the root canal)
tooth - hard bonelike structures in the jaws of vertebrates; used for biting and chewing or for attack and defense
bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
root canal - the passage in the root of a tooth through which its nerve and blood vessels enter the pulp cavity
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Treatment of traumatic perforations of pulp cavity.
The extension of cancellous aspidin trabeculae into the pulp cavity of large dentine tubercles is well known in Ganosteus stellatus Rohon, 1901 (Novitskaya 1965, figs 206, 208).
Each tusk this size would have had more than 15 pounds of tender, nutritious tissue in its pulp cavity, and that would certainly have been of value.
Currently, an important factor for the success of progenitor cell-based therapy is the ability to control the regeneration process of dentin, avoiding uncontrolled accretion thereof, which could obliterate the pulp cavity.
While the morphology of the lingual surface of the tooth might suggest a groove or fissure which may extend deep into the pulp cavity and into the root and sometimes even reach the root apex (2,3).
Volume assessment of the teeth: [sup][26],[27],[28] *Pulp-to-tooth area ratio (AR) method [sup][29],[30] *Coronal pulp cavity index.
After the fact isn't a problem, because the width of the pulp cavity in the second premolar is a good gauge.
In the process the pulp cavity was exposed iatrogenically.
Knowledge of the size, morphology and disparity of the root canals of primary teeth are helpful in visualizing the pulp cavity during treatment.
In this procedure, the mixture was left in the pulp cavity for a few days, and the access cavity was sealed with provisional cement.
The tooth root is anchored entirely in alveolar bone and is composed of a root canal and pulp cavity enclosed by a layer of dentine and a thin outer layer of cementum.