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 pulp chamber was flushed with saline, and bleeding was stopped by gentle pressing with cotton ball.
Endodontic retreatment, perforation repair of the pulp chamber floor following inappropriate endodontic treatment and dentine substitution.
Perforation in cervical 1/3rd of root or in the floor of pulp chamber has had poorer prognosis than at apical 1/3rd or middle 1/3rd of root canal.
Before root canal treatment is performed, the clinician should ideally have adequate knowledge of the pulp chamber and internal anatomy of the teeth.
It is crucial that pulp chamber must be kept flooded with enough irrigating solution in order to keep the PIPS tip submerged.
We assessed individual variation in three dental methods used to estimate age of African lions: 1) crown wear, 2) pulp chamber closure, and 3) cementum line counts by comparing paired left and right [PM.
The roots of the tooth were sectioned till the pulp chamber is exposed and the pulpal remnants were removed to facilitate the insertion of thermocouple probe tip.
Teeth reacted to cold stimuli (ethyl chloride spray) or showed evidence of bleeding during the opening of the pulp chamber before the treatment were considered as vital teeth, and in case of no response to the cold test or absence of bleeding when opening the pulp chamber, they were considered as necrotic teeth.
Phenotypic Classification of Dentin Dysplasia Type Alternate Term(s) Clinical and Histologic Features I Radicular dentin Short, conical, or absent tooth roots dysplasia Rootless teeth Partial or full coronal pulp chamber obliteration Disorganized radicular dentin Well-formed enamel and coronal dentin II Coronal dentin Opalescent, bulbous primary teeth with dysplasia cervical constriction and pulpal obliteration Disorganized dentin in primary teeth Normally colored permanent teeth with enlarged, thistle tube-shaped pulp chambers Pulp stones in permanent teeth Table 6.
The pulp chamber was irrigated with 3% sodium hypochlorite and carefully examined with an endodontic probe (DG-16, Dentsply, Gloucester, UK).
Surgical access to the pulp chamber was performed on the occlusal surface with a sterile high speed FG 1/4 round bur (KG Sorensen, Sao Paulo, Brazil) under water cooling.
The pulp chamber was opened with a sterile high speed diamond bur and the coronal pulp tissue was removed by a sharp spoon excavator and the chamber was then irrigated with sterile saline solution.