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Irreversible acute pulpitis

Irreversible acute pulpitis

Irreversible acute pulpitis This condition may diagnose as acute pulpitis. It is always irreversible and may leads to the supporative pulpitis or pulp abscess or necrosis. History: Recent dental scaling Recent restoration Deep restoration Deep caries History of trauma Symptoms: Unilateral initially sharp and stabbing pain later becoming dull or throbbing with time. Initially the […]

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