pulpectomy


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pulpectomy

n (dent) pulpectomía
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Objective: To evaluate the therapeutic effects of pulpotomy and pulpectomy on deciduous molars with deep caries.
Radiographic assessment and chair time of rotary instruments in the pulpectomy of primary second molar teeth: a randomized controlled clinical trial.
Immediate pulpectomy and calcium hydroxide therapy###8.
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).
gov Identifier NCT01858298) that assessed OHRQoL in preschool children who were later subjected to two types of treatments for severe dental caries: pulpectomy and tooth extraction (Abanto et al.
When lesions are 10 to 15 mm in diameter, and there is an associated tooth, pulpectomy is the treatment of choice.
This invivo study was conducted on 30 primary teeth which were indicated for pulpectomy in the patients of the age group of 5-11 years, who visited Department of Pediatric and Preventive Dentistry, D.
Lasers for Paediatric endodontics (non-vital pulp therapy/ Pulpectomy) (17) Lasers can be used for managing various procedures of pulpectomy viz:
Steel crowns are indicated in pediatric dentistry to cover teeth surfaces when they have been severely affected by dental caries, in the presence tooth development defects and traumatic dental fractures, and after pulpotomy and pulpectomy.
Pulp therapy in children is often referred to as nerve treatment, children's root canal or pulpectomy.
An update reflects a shift in treatment modalities away from formocresol and discusses pulp therapy, vital pulpotomy, desensitising pulpotomy and pulpectomy [Rodd and Boissonade, 2006].
explains to dental clinicians and students the treatment of dental trauma in which procedures are aimed at assisting the natural healing process of the dental hard tissues, pulp, periodontal ligament, and alveolar bone and avoid invasive restoration, pulpectomy, and extraction.