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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Eight days earlier, the patient had presented to a dental clinic for routine extraction of the upper right first permanent molar, which had become necessary because of pulpitis secondary to caries.
pulpitis, abscess) affects growth via metabolic pathways.
In a randomized, double-blind clinical trial involving 40 patients with irreversible pulpitis in first premolars and first molars, Srinivasan reported a highly significant difference for maxillary buccal infiltrations (BI) with one cartridge of Art 100 over the same dose of Lido 100.
Mild pulpitis requires higher doses than the common dentinal hypersensitivity and also repeated treatments.
AC-100 was well tolerated in the study with no increase in inflammatory response, necrosis, pulpitis (inflammation of the pulp) or other complications observed in AC-100-treated teeth compared with placebo-treated teeth.
They offer a guide to diagnosing reversible pulpitis, irreversible pulpitis, and necrotic pulp; defining and achieving success; clinical procedure; and treatment outcome and prognosis.
On the dominant hand of people such as florists, one might see the telltale "tulip" finger, a hyperkeratotic, tender pulpitis of the distal 1-3 fingers caused by handling tulip bulbs.
8% of maxillary first molars with 4 canals; 34% of mandibular first molars with 4 canals, (5) sixty-five percent of patients reported prior incidence of pain, (6) the most frequent preoperative pulpal diagnoses were irreversible pulpitis (37.
Since dental disease affects almost all individuals, physicians should be able to recognize common conditions such as caries, periodontal disease, pulpitis, and dental abscess.
The management of complications, should they occur, is also addressed, along with guidelines for obtaining adequate anesthesia in a tooth with symptomatic pulpitis and the appropriate use of antibiotics during endodontic therapy.