4 Pulpotomy is mainly used for any deciduous teeth and young permanent teeth with vital pulp exposure
, with a clinical success rate of 83%-100%.
C###Defect more than 2mm deep, or pulp exposure
, or 2Adeg dentine exposure
Autoradiographic analysis of odontoblast replacement following pulp exposure
in primate teeth.
25) On the other hand, Chailertvanitkul et al found no difference in terms of success rate when performing direct capping following pulp exposure
with MTA and calcium hydroxide, but they did find a tendency to a higher probability of failure in pulp exposure
greater than 5 [mm.
During the operative procedures, if the cavity extended more than 1mm on the buccal and/or lingual walls, or if a carious pulp exposure
with obvious bleeding occurred, the tooth was excluded.
Fracture of the crown with pulp exposure
: enamel and dentin with pulp exposure
Crown fracture with Apply resin coating no pulp exposure
to protect the exposed dentin.
4 Total caries removal with the risk of pulp exposure
may be the preferred method by a high proportion of dentists.
So no longer are immature permanent teeth with carious lesion or traumatic pulp exposure
destined for endodontic therapy.
Indeed, in the presence of a crown fracture, the first step, as with all dental trauma, after cleansing the damaged area, is to ascertain whether or not there is pulp exposure
and a full medical history and oral examination coupled with appropriate radiographs.