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Dental Pulp Diseases | PPT | Download

Dental Pulp Diseases | PPT | Download

Dental Pulp Diseases | PPT | Download Powerpoint presentation | lecture slide | conservative dentistry Size: 235 KB PULP DISEASES www.neuronarc.com The dental pulp is the loose C.T., containing blood vessels, lymphatic, nerves & undifferentiated C.T. cells. Pulpitis: an inflammation of the pulpal tissue that may be reversible or irreversible. Like any another C.T. is […]

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Irreversible Pulpitis : Histology

Irreversible Pulpitis : Histology

Irreversible Pulpitis : Histology Histology The advanced dentin caries beneath the fissure has reached the pulpal tissues; note the accumulation of inflammatory cells. The root canal pulp exhibits several diffuse calcifications, but is inflammation-free. Within the coronal pulp, one notes a massive inflammatory cell infiltration with small areas of tissue disintegration. The bacteria within the […]

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Reversible Pulpitis: Histology

Reversible Pulpitis: Histology

Reversible Pulpitis: Histology Histology Secondary (repair) dentin and denticle formation adjacent to the advanced dentin caries. Secondary dentin has only few tubules and is bordered by few odontoblasts. Within the pulp horn, one notes an accumulation of inflammatory cells. Note the initial disintegration of the odontoblastic layer and the obvious inflammatory cell infiltration, without tissue […]

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