pulp chamber


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pulp chamber

[′pəlp ‚chām·bər]
(anatomy)
The coronal portion of the central cavity of a tooth.
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The temperature changes in the pulp chamber during cavity preparation with the Er:YAG laser using a very short pulse.
All the inflamed, contaminated pulp tissue in the pulp chamber to the level of the radicular pulp stumps was removed and a cervical pulpotomy was carried out.
It was necessary to remove all the inflamed, contaminated pulp tissue in the pulp chamber to the level of the radicular pulp stumps.
Vitamin D deficiency causes rickets and dental changes that may be manifested as large pulp chambers with high pulp horns, enamel hypoplasia, and microexposures of pulp horns that result in abscesses.
In both primary and permanent dentitions the pulp chambers and root canals are often obliterated [Pettiette et al.
Pulp chambers were enlarged, with pulp horns extending to the dentino-enamel junction.