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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Studies evaluating the effects of curing lights on temperature increase in the pulp chamber during bracket (1, 2) and buccal tube bonding (9) showed that no light source except QTH with high-light intensity (HQTH) (1) exceeded the critical value of 5.5[degrees]C.
In cases where two sittings were required, after the root canals were dried, a cotton pellet slightly moistened with camphorated paramonochlorophenol (Biodinamica, Parana, Brazil) was placed into the pulp chamber and coated with heated gutta-percha.
The establishment of adequate access to the entire pulp chamber is the most important step in successfully locating the additional canals in the mesiobuccal root.
1, 5 Added to that, pulp extirpation can generate hemorrhage in the pulp chamber. 1, 2, 3, 26
have evaluated the biomechanical behavior of endodontically treated teeth restored using different extensions of endocrowns inside the pulp chamber; it has concluded that the greater extension of endocrowns provided better mechanical performance.
(18.) Santini A, Watterson C, Miletic V Temperature rise within the pulp chamber during composite resin polymerisation using three different light sources.
While avoiding to insert into the root canal, the tip of PIPS is placed only in the pulp chamber, and held constant throughout the activation process.
After betaiodine sterilization, the dental pulp tissue was separated from the pulp chamber and root canal, which was revealed by cutting around the cementoenamel junction by using sterilized dental burs.
Pulpotomy is a therapeutic procedure, frequently used in paediatric dentistry, which aims at eliminating the pulp from the pulp chamber while maintaining the vitality of the root pulp [1].
2000), x-rays of pulp chamber closure (Marks and Erickson 1966, Zapata et al.