pulpless


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pulpless

(ˈpʌlplɪs)
adj
having no pulp
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Procedure for Treatment of Exposed and Pulpless Deciduous Teeth** Read before the Section on Mouth Hygiene and Preventive Dentistry at the Seventy-First Annual Session of the American Dental Association, Washington, DC, Oct.
Absorbent Articles with Pulpless Riffled Core: Charles F.
Fracture Strength and Stress Distributions of Pulpless Premolars Restored with Fiber Posts.
Comparison of the fracture resistances of pulpless teeth restored with a cast post and core or carbonfiber post with a composite core.
From the structure of the teeth, we go to types of restorations that can be made, such as simple fillings, which can be porcelain, silver, or gold, root canal work, or removal of the pulp, leaving a pulpless tooth; an apicolectomy, or to cut out the end of the root; porcelain jacket work on the anterior teeth and gold crowns on the posterior teeth; pivots, or pivots on a cast base; and extraction and replacements with stationary cement bridges, removable bridges, or movable stationary.
Nutrition with pulpless, liquid food was started two days before the intervention.
Calcium hydroxide in the treatment of pulpless teeth with associated pathology.
also reported that pulpless teeth covered with crowns are more likely to develop VRFs within 5 years postoperatively (mean time of 4.35 [+ or -] 1.95 years) [19].
(Figure 9) While focusing on discussing the "absorbent organ", referring to the natural destruction of the primary tooth root during permanent tooth eruption, Kronfeld went into depth on the concept of resorption detailing its presence, etiologies and nuances in occlusal trauma, idiopathic entities, deciduous teeth, the role of the dental pulp, impacted teeth, radiographic assessments, in pulpless teeth, in replanted teeth, due to tumors, its presence in orthodontia and its role in cemental repair.
(8) In the present case, the fracture line was extending subgingivally and the tooth was pulpless. Hence, it was decided to gain intraradicular retention by using fiber posts.
Lindvall, "External root resorption following bleaching of pulpless teeth with oxygen peroxide," Dental Traumatology, vol.
Santana, "Comparison of the fracture resistances of pulpless teeth restored with a cast post and core or carbon-fiber post with a composite core," The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.