Dental Pulp

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dental pulp

[′dent·əl ‚pəlp]
The vascular connective tissue of the roots and pulp cavity of a tooth.

Dental Pulp


the contents of the crown and root cavities of the tooth. Dental pulp consists of connective tissue rich in nerve endings, lymphatic vessels, and blood vessels. It ensures nutrition and growth of the teeth.

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DNA examination of ancient dental pulp incriminates typhoid fever as a probable cause of the Plague of Athens.
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The researchers said that after 3 weeks the cells bundle started to look like a tooth, containing dental pulp, dentin, enamel space and enamel organ, the BBC reported.
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The scientists showed in laboratory tests alpha-MSH combined with a widely-used polymer produced a material that fights inflammation in dental pulp fibroblasts.
When using different molecular targets and the dental pulp as a suitable specimen, we detected Y.
Effects of Bleaching Application Time on the Dental Pulp.