38) In a study of patients with irreversible pulpitis
, there was no significant difference between 3.
26] Reversible pulpitis
is manifested as transient pain in response to thermal stimuli.
The criteria for exclusion from the study included necrosis, pulpitis
or tooth pain, mandibular orthodontic treatments, consumption of analgesics like Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) during the past two weeks, daily consumption of benzodiazepines during the past two weeks, pregnancy or breastfeeding, contraindications of chlordiazepoxide and oxazepam and consumption of drugs interfereing with chlordiazepoxide and oxazepam.
Using successful pulpal analgesia in teeth with irreversible pulpitis
as an outcome measure, Brandt concluded that articaine produced successful analgesia 2.
#3" as well as "moderate to diffuse marginal and papillary edema mandibular anteriors") synthesizes information from four separate areas that represent the subjective interpretation and the objective data as described above, along with the implications of goals and treatment.
It should be considered as a natural therapeutic option for dental pulpitis
Comparison of anesthetic efficacy of 4% articaine and 2% lidocaine for maxillary buccal infiltration in patients with irreversible pulpitis
Obviously the success of the procedure also depends on the correct diagnosis of reversible pulpitis
or accidental exposure of the pulp.
3] 57 children (30 M and 27 F, with a mean age of 8 years, range 511 years), a total of 66 pairs of restorations were placed; Inclusion criterion: at least 2 proximal carious lesions in primary molars with an expected exfoliation time exceeding 2 years; Exclusion criteria: availability for recall was uncertain, uncooperative, serious health problems, no parental consent; children were treated at their regular appointments and no extra time was reserved for participation in the study; all teeth were vital with no sign of pulpitis
In the 2 months prior to reporting, pain was mainly attributed to: root remnants, fistula and pulpitis
Whilst the authors readily report that neuropathic orofacial pain is rare in our paediatric patients, this paper provides a useful reference and might assist in cases where pulpitis
and periodontitis have been ruled out.
A pulpotomy is usually performed for carious exposures of primary teeth with normal pulp or reversible coronal pulpitis
, or primary teeth pulpally exposed by trauma.