2 Structure and Functions of the Dentin-Pulp Complex Husain KeylaniR1 endo board
3 The transition to pulp occurs with the initiation of dentin formation. Dentin-pulp complex ?Embryologically, histologically and functionally; dentin and pulp should be considered the same. This entity is exemplified by the classic functions of the pulp.The transition to pulp occurs with the initiation of dentin formation.
4 The pulpThe pulp incompressible, the total volume within the pulp chamber cannot be greatly increased.Thus Inflammatory reaction results in an increase in pulp tissue pressure instead of volume.(Heyeraas et al,1992)
5 DevelopmentThe Primary oral cavity or stomodeum (lined with ectoderm )is a depression between the brain and the pericardium in an embryo,It is separated from the upper end of the foregut by (bucco-pharyngeal membrane ,27 days)Mid-brainbucco-pharyngealmembranestomodeumpericardium
6 DevelopmentMost of the C.T. cells underlying the oral ectoderm are neural crest cells or ectomesenchyme in origin
7 DevelopmentNeural crest travel down the sides of the head into the maxilla and mandible to form the tooth germ
8 DevelopmentDuring sixth week ,tooth formation begin as localized proliferation of ectoderm to form two horseshoe-shaped structures called primary epithelial band or primary dental laminae which split intovestibular & dental laminaOral vestibule Dental organ&
9 Stage of developmentFormation of the teeth is a continuous process has been divided in to three stages :bud stageCap stagebell stage
10 Cont. 1-The bud stage: the initial stage , dental lamina proliferate to the adjacent ectomesenchyme
11 Cont. 2- Cap stage : the dental lamina cont. proliferate- aconcavity. The outer cellscuboidal and constitute the outer enamel epithelium .The inner cellselongated and represented the inner enamel epithelium .Between them is network of cells termed(the stellate reticulum)
12 Cont.3-bell stage (18):The last period of growth is also known as histodifferentiationIn the cervical loop where the outer and the inner enamel epithelia are joined continue to proliferate .The tooth development enters the bell stageDuring (BV) become established in the dental papilla
13 A tooth germ consists of 3 parts: formOrigintooth germenamelectodermA-Enamel organdentin and pulp.ectomesenchymeB- Dental papillacementum, PDL, and alveolar bone.C-dental sac =tooth follicle
14 Cell differentiation mechanisms Embryonic development of any tissue is prompted by interaction with an adjacent tissue.Complex epithelial and mesenchymal interactions occur which direct the ameloblasts and odontoblasts diff. by changes in gene expression.
15 Cont.Epithelial- ectomesenchymal inductive interaction during normal odontogenesis lead to:1- Cytodifferentiation of dentin and enamel formingcells.2-dental hard tissue formation
16 Mechanisms of interaction A: cell-to-cell interaction1-Direct cell-to-cell contact.2-The transmission of molecules synthesized and secreted by one cell and then captured by surface receptors of another cells.CAMs(cell adhesion molecule )mediate morphogenesis. through contrall cell proliferationCell contian membrane protein called (integrin)receptor for CAMs.integrinCAMs
17 Cont… B:Cell-to-ECM interaction. Carry by substrate adhesion molecule (SAMs) the best study of the ECM are fibronectins.G.factors are polypeptides produced by cells that initiate proliferation, migration and diff. of a variety of cells.
18 Cont… Dental basement membrane: It exists between IDE(inner dental epithelium and the underneath dental mesenchymeIt consist of (thin basal lamina & layer of ECM)
19 Cont… Dental basement membrane: It exists between IDE(inner dental epithelium and the underneath dental mesenchymeIt consist of (thin basal lamina & layer of ECM)BL is compsed of type IV collagen (as areceptors) which has binding sites for other BM consituents.(like laminin ,fibrinoctin ,proteoglycan)Laminin is the CAM in the basement membrane
20 Cont…Odontoblast cell surface proteoglycans act as receptors for matrix molecules .signals from matrix components influence migration and diff. of odontoblasts.
21 Differentiation of Odontoblasts occurs during the bell stage.Preameloblasts diff. at a faster rate than odontoblasts, but dentin matrix is formed before enamel matrix.There is still mitotic activity among the relatively immature cells of the inner enamel epithelium., mitotic activity ceases and the cells elongate.
22 Cont.Differentiation of Odontoblasts With the onset of differentiation a single layer of cell(preodontoblasts) align themselves along the basement membrane separating the inner enamel epithelium from the dental papilla.IEEPOBMDP
23 Cont.Differentiation of Odontoblasts These cells stop dividing and elongate into short columnar cells with basally situated nucleiSeveral cytoplasmic projections from each of these cells extend toward the basal lamina.
24 Cont.Differentiation of Odontoblasts As the odontoblasts continue to differentiate, they become progressively more elongatedAnd cytoplasmic processes from these cells extend through the BM toward the basal lamina, and more and more collagen fibrils appear within the ECM.
25 Cont.Differentiation of Odontoblasts More odontoblastic diff elongation with characteristic of protein-secreting cells more collagen fibrils appear in the ECM and more defined large odontoblastic process toward BL.
26 Cont.Differentiation of Odontoblasts The odontoblasts reach full maturity and become tall columnar cellsProduction of the initial dentin matrix involves the formation, organization, and maturation of collagen fibrils and proteoglycans.As more collagen fibrils accumulate subjacent to the basal lamina,(The lamina becomes discontinuous and eventually disappears. )
27 Cont.Differentiation of Odontoblasts The odontoblasts reach full maturity and become tall columnar cellsProduction of the initial dentin matrix involves the formation, organization, and maturation of collagen fibrils and proteoglycans.As more collagen fibrils accumulate subjacent to the basal lamina,(The lamina becomes discontinuous and eventually disappears. )Some of Odon. processes extend toward the ameloblastsSome of these become interposed between the processes of ameloblasts, resulting in the formation of enamel spindles
28 Cont.Differentiation of Odontoblasts At the onset of dentinogenesis the dental papilla becomes the dental pulpAs predentin matrix is formed, the odontoblasts commence to move toward the central pulp, depositing matrix.Within this matrix a process from each odontoblast becomes accentuated and remains to form the primary odontoblast process.It is around these processes that the dentinal tubules are formed.
29 Root Develop after completion of enamel formation. Proliferateion (inner and outer enamel epithelia),and form a structure known as the Hertwig epithelial root sheath (HERS)(HERS) determine the size and shape of root of the tooth .
30 RootThe first layer of the dentin matrix mineralizes gap appear in the root sheath allowing mesenchymal cells from the dental sac to move into contact with the newly formed dentine .These cells then differntiation into cementoblast and deposit cementum matrix on the root dentine.
32 Epithelial Rests of Malassez Persistant of epithelial cells of the root sheath in the PDL after tooth development.Some of them retain & under go divisionLater produce periapical cyst.(Trowbridge,1967)
33 Accessory Canals During root formation : a break develops in the continuity of the sheath , producing a small gap ,dentinogenesis does not take place opposite the defect .The result is small “accessory “ canal between the dental sac and the pulp .If periodontal tissue lose their integrity , m/o go pulp
35 DENTIN Composition of fully mature dentin : INORGANIC MATERIAL WATER ORGANIC MALTERIALWATER20%~91%(collagen) I,V.~9%(non-collagen)*phosphoproteins*proteoglycans*Gla proteins*acidic glycoproteins*Gr. Factors+lipids70%Hydroxyapatite10%
36 Types of the dentin1-Developmental dentin : is forms during tooth developmet &classified as: A-orthodentin: - the tubular form of dentin
37 Cont. Types of the dentin B-mantle dentin-is the first formed dentin and is situated immediatelysubjacent to the enamel or cementum.-( 150μm, less mineralized and softer).(Herr P et al,1986)
38 Cont. Types of the dentin C-Circumpulpal dentin :- it constitutes the major partof developmental dentin.- oriented at right angles tothe long axis of the dentinaltubules.-500nm in diameter
39 Cont. Types of the dentin 2-Secondary dentin:-Regular dentin which forms phisiologically after the root is fully developed.A-Primary physiological dentinB-Secondary physiological dentin
40 Cont. Types of the dentin 3-Tertiary dentin:-Irregular dentin forms in response to abnormal stimuliReparative D fillingReactionary D irritant
41 Predentin*Is unmineralized organic matrix of dentin between the odontoblast layer and the mineralized dentintype I , II collagens.Noncollagenous elements(proteoglycans, Phosphophoryn)growth factors(Roberts-Clark D,2000)DentinPredentinOdontoblastsPulp cells
42 Mineralization Mineralization A B E C D Caph.accomu. In vesicle (prd) growRupsure release mix the mix adjoin to form advance crystl merge to form small globules The globule expand and fuse with other untill become mineraizedCont. in growing and increase mineral content.ABECDMineralization
43 Cont.Mineralization Mineralization front Mineralized dentin Predentin Odontoblasts
44 Dentinal tubulesDentinal tubules occupy from 1% (superficial dentin) to 30% (deep dentin) of the volume of intact dentin.(Garberoglio,Brannstrom 1976)It slightly tapered , wider portion toward the pulp.(no pretubular d)
45 Garberoglio R, Brännström M: 1976. Number of Tubules (1000/mm2)Tubule Diameter (μm)DISTANCE FROM PULP (mm)MEANRANGEPulpal wall4530-522.54322-591.93816-471.63521-471.23012-471.12311-360.9207-400.81910-25. Mean Number and Diameter per Square Millimeter of Dentinal Tubules at Various Distances from the Pulp in Human Teeth
46 Cont.Dentinal tubules Coronal dentin S shape DEJ- pulp. b/c (crowding of odontoblasts)It converge ? the surface of the pulp chamber has a much smaller area than the surface of dentin along the DEJ.This results in a progressive increase in dentin permeability
47 Cont.Dentinal tubulesNear the DEJ the dentinal tubules ramify into one or more terminal branches.
48 Peritubular and intertubular dentin Peritubular Dentin: is dentin lining the tubule , whereas that between the tubules is known as intertubular dentinminir+hard< collagnPresumably, precursors of the dentin matrix that is deposited around each odontoblast process are synthesized by the odontoblast, transported in secretory vesicles out into the process, and released by reverse pinocytosis. A corresponding reduction in the diameter of the process occurs with the formation of peritubular dentin.
49 Dentinal SclerosisPartial or complete obturation of dentinal tubules. as result of aging or develop in response to stimuli such as attrition or cariesIt helps the pulp from irritation
50 Cont.Dentinal Sclerosis It is either: Physiologic: acceleration of peritubular dentin formation in the apical third of the root. Pathologic: Dentinal tubules are blocked by hydroxyapatite and whitlockite crystals (carious dentin, attrited dentin)
51 Cont.Dentinal Sclerosis If dentin is damaged the odontoblastic processes die leaving empty dentinal tubules which form areas ofdead tracts (A).Dead tracts become filled with mineral and are calledblind tracts (B).The dentin of blind tracts is known assclerotic dentin.
52 Interglobular DentinRefer to organic matrix that remains unmineralized.This occurs most often in the circumpulpal dentin just below the mantle dentin.Vit D-resistant rickets, hypophosphatasiaInter-globuler dentin
53 Dentinal Fluid volume : 1% of superficial dentin , about 22% of the total of deep dentin.
54 Pressure gradient exists between pulp Cont.Dentinal FluidOutward movement of fluid is blocked peripherally by enamel or cementum.In case of d.tubules exposureoutward movements to the exposed area is in the form of tiny droplets.(Itthagarum,2000)Pressure gradient exists between pulp(14 cm H2O =10.3 mm Hg) and O. cavity that accounts for the slow outward flow of fluid.
55 Dehydrating ?the dentin can accelerate outward Cont.Dentinal FluidOdontoblastprocessDehydrating ?the dentincan accelerate outwardRapid flow stimulates pulpalnociceptors that innervate DT=dentin sensitivity= dentinal permeability(the hydrodynamic mechanism of dentin sensitivity)IngressofirritantsDentinOutwardfluidmovementPredentinDesmosomeOdontoblastDental pulp(14 cm H2O / 10.3 mm Hg)
56 Dentin permeabilityDentinal tubules are the major channels for fluid diffusion across dentin .Fluid permeation is proportion to tubule diameter and numberThe permeation of the radicular dentin <coronal dentin .Fogel HM et al,1988deep cavity vs shallow
57 Cont.Dentin permeability The functional or physiologic diameter of the tubules is only about 5% to 10% of the anatomic diameter.bc(od process+collagen fiber )(Michelich et al,1978)It is small enough to remove bacteria from dentinal fluid permitting sterile fluid to enter the pulp chamber(Michelich et al,1980)
58 Cont.Dentin permeability The smear layer is capable of physically preventingbacteria from penetrating dentin.(Michelich et al,1980)In nonvital teeth bacterial invasion of dentinaltubules occurred more rapidly. ( Due to no permeability)(Nagaoka et al,1995)But in vital pulps. increa .permeab +antibodies in dentinal fluid.(Hahn et al,1997)Dentin sclerosis beneath a carious lesion reduce the permeationby obstruction the tubules(Pashley,1990);(Tagami et al,1992)
59 smear layer The cutting during cavity preparation or root canal theory Cont.Dentin permeabilityby acid etching or EDTAsmear layerThe cutting during cavity preparation or root canal theoryincidence of pulpal inflammation may be increasedincreases the permeability of the dentin
60 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ROOT DENTIN Endodontically treated teeth showed only a 14%reduction in dentin toughness compared with vital dentin(Carter et al,1983)Endodontic therapy was shown not to change theVickers hardness of human root dentin.(Lewinstein et al,1981)
61 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ROOT DENTIN Much of the increased incidence of tooth fractures of endodontically treated teeth can be attributed to:1 -The loss of tooth structure access opening(Howe et al,1990)2-Physical weakening of roots by post spaces.(Isidor et al,1996)
62 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ROOT DENTIN Age,dehydration and fatigue crack growth in dentin:old pts has a much shorter fatiguelife than dentin from young teeth-it increase incidence of root fracturesof RCT actually reflect reductionin the fracture toughness of old dentin.(Arola D,2004)
63 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ROOT DENTIN Other factorsCollagenolytic activity and gelatinolytic activity have measured in mineralized dentin powder .(Pashley et al,2004).These enzymes may slowly attack the collagenous matrix of dentin, thereby weakening it over many decades.
64 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ROOT DENTIN Other factorsMineralized dentin surrounding post spaces that had been under function for more than 10 years , the functional stresses may cause microcracking of dentin( Ferrari M et al,2004)