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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is entrusted with business related to the process development of and manufacturing of clinical-use MCBs derived from dental pulp cells to be utilized for regenerative medicine products.
The caries tissue was drilled using a sterile high-speed corundum ball to prepare a cavity, the pulp was opened, the roof of pulp chamber was removed, the crown pulp tissue was removed to find the root canal orifice, and the dental pulp was completely removed using a sterile nerve broach.
There are numerous causes of dental pulp diseases; however, in the majority of cases, pulp diseases are secondary to dental caries.
When dental pulp is exposed, direct pulp capping is often performed; in this process, a compound such as calcium hydroxide is placed directly over the exposed pulp to preserve its vitality.
Under this cooperation, the BGI Clinical will be responsible for the preservation of the collected dental pulp stem cells from patients with such needs from the clinics of the Company.
Vital Pulp therapy-current progress of dental pulp regeneration and revascularization.
2]) is successfully used in direct dental pulp capping as it stimulates pulp repair and isolates the tissue from aggressive agents through dentin bridge formation.
sup][2],[3],[4] Dental pulp tissue is also a source of high-purity stem cells, which called dental pulp stem cells (DPSCs).
The viability of the dental pulp may be compromised by a variety of operative procedures such as cavity preparation or by the exothermic setting reaction of cavity liners and restorative materials.
When you overdo it with at-home whitening strips, you can cause permanent damage by softening tooth enamel, irritating the dental pulp where the nerves are and even burning the gums and other soft tissues in the mouth, warns Dr.
Japanese researchers recently said that dental pulp from wisdom teeth could be a new source of therapeutic stem cells.