pulpotomy


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pulpotomy

[pəl′päd·ə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical removal of the pulp of a tooth.
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Recommendations for selection of a primary tooth pulpotomy medicament
Methods: 80 carious extracted human primary molar teeth were selected for pulpotomy preparation.
We didn't have the luxury of time; we couldn't do a pulpotomy with a stainless steel crown for these children as we would do in an office back in the States.
Although all children in the sample were affected by S-ECC and required at least 1 pulpotomy or extraction, only 48% complained of pain.
Chapters cover basic information on lasers, laser safety, cavity preparation, photopolymerization, caries prevention, lasers in endodontics, pulp capping and pulpotomy in permanent and primary teeth, laser-assisted periodontal therapy, dentin hypersensitivity, laser assisted bleaching, laser-atlas surgery, photoactivated disinfection, and low level laser therapy.
Caring Foundation program benefits include examinations, cleanings, x- rays, fluoride treatment, sealants and resins, space maintainers and fillings, crowns, extractions and therapeutic pulpotomy.
commented, "Premier continues to aggressively develop new products to serve the dental industry with systems for hard tissue, soft tissue, pulpotomy and cosmetic procedures, as well as providing a range of educational programs for dental professionals.
Comparison of the efficacy of articaine and prilocaine local analgesias for pulpotomy of maxillary and mandibular primary molars.
This includes tooth preparation to obtain access to the root canal, pulpotomy, pulp extirpation, pulpotomy as an adjunct to root canal, root canal debridement and cleaning, root canal preparation including enlargement.
Premier has been a pacesetter in serving the dental industry with systems for hard tissue, soft tissue, pulpotomy and cosmetic procedures, as well as providing a range of educational programs for dental professionals," said Premier President and CEO Colette Cozean, Ph.
MTA materials have demonstrated acceptable biocompatible behaviour and also exhibited acceptable in vivo biologic performance when used for root-end fillings, perforation repairs, pulp-capping and pulpotomy, and apexification treatment in children [Roberts et al.
The Caring Foundation program will help children achieve complete oral health (up to a maximum of $1,000 per child per calendar year) through a full array of benefits, including examinations, cleanings, x-rays, fluoride treatment, sealants and resins, space maintainers and fillings, stainless steel crowns, extractions and therapeutic pulpotomy.