pulp cavity


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pulp cavity

[′pəlp ‚kav·əd·ē]
(anatomy)
The space within the central part of a tooth containing the dermal pulp and made up of the pulp chamber and a root canal.
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We want to set up a pulp cavity stem cell bank with the help of the presidential office's department for technology to be used for producing teeth and materials similar to it," the dean of Shahid Beheshti University's Dentistry Faculty said in Tehran on Tuesday.
branchial tooth plate teeth, gillraker teeth; see below) in shape, attachment (usually not becoming detached during processing) and in lacking both the pulp cavity and well-developed, distinct acrodin cap (spinule tips can be translucent, but this appearance is confined to a small region near the tip).
Each canine tooth crown's maximum pulp cavity width (a) and maximum tooth width (b) was measured with a calibrated binocular dissecting scope, and a pulp cavity width ratio (a/b) was calculated for each specimen.
2), anterior area of spine consists of a thick layer of trabecular tissue with vascular canals; a thin layer of trabecular tissue with vascular canals present on posterior and posterolateral area; a thin layer of lamellar tissue lacking vascular canals present on lateral area of spine; and large subovate pulp cavity present in central region of spine.
ASensitive teeth are caused by an exposure of the toothOs dentine, the hard, bone-like material between the central pulp cavity and the enamel.
Cut in cross section, dorsal spines exhibit a series of rings surrounding a central pulp cavity.