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to press forcefully so as to break up into a pulpy mass

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any soft or soggy mass

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a soft moist part of a fruit

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a mixture of cellulose fibers

an inexpensive magazine printed on poor quality paper

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the soft inner part of a tooth

remove the pulp from, as from a fruit

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reduce to pulp

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conducted treatment for 100 cases of deciduous anterior teeth with deep caries and vital pulp with FC pulpotomy and pulpectomy filled with zinc oxide clove oil cement.
Contemporary perspectives on vital pulp therapy: views from the endodontists and pediatric dentists.
Vital Pulp therapy-current progress of dental pulp regeneration and revascularization.
According to the American Veterinary Dental College, vital pulp therapy can be performed on recently fractured teeth in patients under 18 months of age.
Vital pulp therapy is the treatment of the tooth pulp to try to keep it alive, as opposed to a root canal in which the pulp is removed from the tooth.
Several factors affect the success of pulpotomy, and the hemostatic capability of the pulpotomy agent is one of the most important factors in improving the favorable prognosis of vital pulp therapy 6].
1, 2) When applied on vital pulp, its caustic action produces an area of sterile surface necrosis coupled with hemolysis and albumin coagulation, being attenuated by the formation of a compact underlying layer consisting of calcium carbonate due to the C[O.
Mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) has been used for several procedures including vital pulp therapies, (1) root fractures, (2) perforations (3) and apexifications, (4) with a high rate of success.
One factor is control of pulp bleeding, which is necessary to improve the favourable prognosis of vital pulp therapy.
An important decision when performing vital pulp therapy is the selection of materials that have limited toxicity to the pulp, thus improving the likelihood of maintaining tissue viability.
Vital pulp therapy in vital permanent teeth with cariously exposed pulp: a systematic review.
Following any vital pulp treatment, the objective is that 'the restorative material should completely seal the involved dentine from the oral environment' [AAPD, 2010] and, despite the relative lack of high quality supporting evidence, PMCs seem to be superior in multi-surface cavities [Innes et al.
Retrospective study of pulpectomy with Vitapex and LSTR with three antibiotics combination (3mix) for non vital pulp treatment in primary teeth.
Respondents were asked whether they taught students to take postoperative radiographs following vital pulp therapy and 12/14 indicated that they did.