2 edition of Treatment of dental caries complicated with disorders of the pulp found in the catalog.
Treatment of dental caries complicated with disorders of the pulp
|Statement||by R. Arthur ...|
|LC Classifications||RK331 .A78|
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|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||07007069|
FIGURE 1. Zones of carious dentin. Although the standard of care taught in some dental schools and emphasized by many regional dental board examinations supports the removal of all carious tooth structure, selective caries removal will reduce issues with pulpal exposure. 1 In addition, long-term evidence has demonstrated that bonded restorations placed over carious dentin can arrest the. Treating dental caries as early as possible helps maintain the strength of the tooth and limits the chance of damage to the pulp. Root Canal treatment. Untreated tooth decay can advance through the soft dentine and reach to the pulp chamber in the center of the tooth, infecting the pulp tissue, nerves and blood vessels (pulpitis).
It is the main reason why people seek dental treatment such as fillings, root canal treatment, extractions, and other costly, complicated dental procedures. But here's the good news: caries — the process that leads to tooth decay — is a totally preventable disease and early caries can be reversed with early intervention. During dental caries treatment, the dentist removes dental caries bacteria, infected and damaged tooth structure. Then, the tooth is reconstructed with filling materials. Endodontics: It is concerned with the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental pulp diseases. Tooth pulp contains blood and lymph vessels, nerves, and connective tissues.
Pulpitis is an inflammatory condition which affects the living tissue of the tooth (the pulp, nerve). There are many reasons for its occurrence – untreated caries, trauma and fracture of tooth crown, advanced abrasion of the teeth, thermal damage from drilling for crowns, etc. Most often pulpitis arise from untreated caries. Pulp injury has many etiologies, but the most common initiator of pulp disease is dental caries, commonly known as a “cavity.” Caries is a disease of hard tissues that involves bacterial invasion from surface plaques (bacterial masses). The bacteria, in combination with a carbohydrate and invade the enamel, then the dentin.
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Treatment of dental caries: complicated with disorders of the pulp / By Robert Arthur. Root canal therapy., Dental Pulp Diseases, Dental Caries. Publisher: Philadelphia: Author: Robert Arthur. Central to caries control management, the non-operative treatment of caries, for everyone with teeth, is daily plaque control by brushing, the use of fluorides, particularly with fluoride Author: Bruce Spittle.
Dental pulp - soft, pink tissue of mezodermal origin -richly vascularized and innervated -cells have anastomoses in basal substance, that contains collagene and argyrophil fibrils -on the outer surface of pulp there is a layer of cylindrical cells (membrana eboris) - odontoblasts -in crown part – odontoblasts form several layers -in root part – single layer of odontoblasts.
Dental pulp neoplasms (DPNs) are rare tumors of the dental pulp tissue which is not exposed to the oral cavity. Two types of DPNs can be distinguished: Type 1 originates from the dental pulp itself (primary DPN) and type 2 originates from tissue outside of the tooth (secondary DPN).
Oral and dental diseases Causes, prevention and treatment strategies (PDF 24P) This note covers the following topics: Aetiology, Prevention And Control Of Dental Caries, Treatment Of Dental Caries, Periodontal Diseases, Oral Cancer, Dental Fluorosis, Dentofacial Anomalies And.
Genetic aspects of dental disorders (PDF 18P) This paper analyses the past and present applications of quantitative and molecular genetics to dental disorders. Examples are given relating to cranio facial development, oral supporting tissues and dental hard tissues (including defects of enamel and dentine as well as dental caries).
following descriptions of pulp diseases are based on the typical presenting complaints and clinical findings. When making a diagnosis, clinicians should be aware of the S18 Australian Dental Journal Endodontic Supplement ; Table 1.
Comparative terminology and classifications of pulp diseases used by various authors and organisations External Resorption. The various disease of pulp have various modes of Treatment Plans depending on the Stage and type of Pulp disease.
Most often the most widely mode of treatment is Root Canal Treatment which involves the removal of the Pulp tissue Completely from the Pulp chamber and cleaning and shaping the canals.
Dental caries; Traumatic exposure of the pulp during cavity preparation. Fracture of tooth crown. Thermal injury arising from operative procedures. Chemical irritation due to irritating restorative material. Crack – Tooth syndrome – splitting of a tooth under masticatory process (usually premolar.) Classification of pulp diseases.
Traditional Treatment still exists in many places, but the Adoption of new techniques and innovations in treatment and the importance given to Prevention of Caries and counseling that the patients get in various preventive techniques like proper Brushing, Flossing, use of mouth washes and overall oral hygiene have made Partha Dental Clinics/ Hospital stand apart from the rest as a complete dental care center.
Bacterial: 1. toxins associated with caries 2. direct invasion of pulp from caries or trauma 3. microbial colonization in the pulp by blood borne microorganisms(anachoresis) 7. Mechanical injuries TRAUMA More in children Due to violent blow to the tooth during a fight, sports, accident, habits (opening bobby pins with teeth and nail biting).
Treatment of dental caries Treatment comprises removal of decay by operative pro- cedures and restoration with appropriate materials such as silver fillings, gold inlays, composite resin, glass ionomer cement, full metal or porcelain crowns, etc.
In advanced cases, where the pulp of the tooth is involved, endodontic treatment may be required. Case reports on VDRR have identified clinical signs including oligodontia, delayed tooth eruption, hypoplastic enamel, high incidence of caries, large pulp chambers, pulp stones, short or deformed roots, spontaneous dental abscesses, and tooth loss [,–].
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Dental disorders Dental caries, impacted teeth, infected tooth sockets and dental roots can cause pain in the maxillary and mandibular regions. Impacted third molars (wisdom teeth) may be associated with surrounding soft tissue inflammation, causing pain which may be localised to the mandible or radiate via the auriculotemporal nerve to the ear.
Author(s): Arthur,Robert, Title(s): Treatment of dental caries: complicated with disorders of the pulp/ by R. Arthur. Country of Publication: United.
Pulp response to these exposures depends on the state of the pulp as well as the potential bacterial contamination of pulp tissue. Herein, we describe the process of using two in vivo rodent models to study the progression of dental caries and pulp disease: a nutritional microbial model and a pulp.
Caries is a disease of the hard dental tissues. It has a high prevalence; it concerns almost everyone in industrialized countries.
In countries with systematically organized dental care of children and adolescents, the prevalence of caries in younger generations has significantly decreased whereas the prevalence in older population has increased.Teeth with extensive caries and pulp involvement were extracted.
Teeth with exposed pulp were treated via extraction or orthograde root canal treatment. In this case series, 27 (87%) of 31 NHPs exhibited at least 1 moderate to severe dental lesion that required treatment.Knowing the early warning signs of pulpal and periapical disease certainly helps the practitioner decide on the most conservative treatment approach.
The dental pulp is a resilient organ, and frequently, by removing the causative agent (caries), the pulp has the capacity to .