pulpitis


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Related to pulpitis: root canal, irreversible pulpitis
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pul·pi·tis

n. infl. de la pulpa debido a las caries.
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Pulpectomy is mainly applied to the teeth without necrosis in the root canal, such as various types of pulpitis and accidental pulp exposure, and the highest clinical success rate can reach up to 98%.
From that moment, extirpation became a widely used method for treating pulpitis.
Comparative evaluation of anesthetic efficacy of Gow-Gates mandibular conduction anesthesia, Vazirani-Akinosi technique, buccal-plus-lingual infiltrations, and conventional inferior alveolar nerve anesthesia in patients with irreversible pulpitis.
SCAP may survive apical infection as a result of close proximity to the periodontal blood supply (14) in the same way that dental pulp stem cells survive and remain functional in the presence of irreversible pulpitis (15).
Prevalence of selected microorganisms in the pulp space of human deciduous teeth with irreversible pulpitis.
In a recent study, aceclofenac 100 mg has been reported to have better analgesic effect than ibuprofen 400 mg in patients experiencing pain due to irreversible pulpitis.
In cases where the vitality of the coronal pulp is in question because of irreversible pulpitis, options include pulpotomy and pulpectomy, which can give respectable clinical success rates for pulpotomy (26).
This low AP frequency could be related to the frequent extraction of teeth with periapical disease and even with pulpitis, due to the relatively small number of specialists in endodontics in this region of Turkey (27).
The comparative analyses of the target features and oral health quality in reference to the study groups (in case of statistically relevant differences) showed that oral health quality was highly affected by dental pain (caries, pulpitis, paradontopathy, occlusal trauma), undefined pain, food avoidance, pain due to inadequate denture, vomiting urge, difficulty in swallowing, condition of retention teeth and their supporting tissue, position of the remaining teeth, contact between the neighboring teeth and antagonist, and the extent of absorption of the residual alveolar ridge.
Conditions that constitute restoration failure include secondary caries, irreversible pulpitis, excessive wear of opposing tooth surfaces, excessive erosion and roughening of the ceramic surface, ditching of the cement margin, unacceptable esthetics, cracking, chipping fracture, and bulk fracture.
They are mostly related to periodontal diseases, (2) such as dental caries and irreversible pulpitis.
Para la evaluacion del compromiso oral se tuvieron en cuenta los siguientes hallazgos y diagnosticos obtenidos por el odontologo en el examen prenatal: caries, gingivitis, pulpitis, periodontitis, placa bacteriana blanda y placa bacteriana dura o calcificada (calculos).