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The Dental Pulp
Functions of the Dental Pulp 1.Inductive 2.Formative 3.Protective 4.Sensory
1.Odontoblastic Layer 2.Cell Free Zone 3.Cell Rich Zone 4.Pulp Core A.Odontoblasts B.“Reticular Fibers” C.Capillaries D.Nerves E.Mesenchymal Cells F.Dentin G.Subodontic Nerve Plexus Zones of the Pulp Avery: Oral Histology
Nerves in Teeth 1.A Mechanoreceptors 2.A Thermoreceptors Nociceptors 3.C fibers Nociceptors
Hydrodynamic Mechanism of Dental Pain A.Odontoblast B.Predentin C.Dentin D.Odontoblastic Process E.Subodontoblastic Nerve Plexus F.A Fiber G.Axon Terminal in Tubule
1. Secondary Dentin Reduction is size 2. Tertiary Dentin Reparative dentin Reactive dentin 3. Calcification Pulp stones Age Changes in the Dental Pulp
Response to Injury
Avery: Oral Histology
Direct Pulp Capping Avery: Oral Histology
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Definition of Pain (IASP) “An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of.
Dentin_pulp complex. Dentin and pulp are embryologically, histologically, and functionally the same tissue and therefore are considered as a complex.
Dr Jamal Naim PhD in Orthodontics Tissue of the teeth Dentin.
ORAL HISTOLOGY lecture – 4i. THE ENAMEL Enamel is the hardest and most highly mineralized substance of the body Covers the anatomical crown Synthesized.
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Dentin forms the main bulk of the tooth ☻In crown it is covered by enamel ☻In root it is covered by cementum.
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Pauline Hayes Garrett, D.D.S. Department of Endodontics, Prosthodontics, and Operative Dentistry University of Maryland, Baltimore.
Teeth Development Bud stage : Characterized by formation of a tooth bud. The epithelial cells begin to proliferate into the ectomesenchyme of the jaw.
HISTOLOGY OF DENTINE Dr. Shahzadi Tayyaba Hashmi
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Assalaam Alekum 15/4/2014 Dr. Gaurav Garg, Lecturer College of Dentistry, Al Zulfi, MU.
Dentin is a hard bone-like tissue that is present in the crown as well as in the root of teeth. In the crown, dentin is covered by enamel and in the root.
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ISTOLOGY Ma. Concepcion B. Medina, DDM. Oral Medicine Section College of Dentistry, University of the Philippines Manila Taft Avenue corner Pedro Gil St.,
Teeth Development Bud stage : Bud stage : Characterized by formation of a tooth bud. The epithelial cells begin to proliferate into the ectomesenchyme.
Dr Jamal Naim PhD in Orthodontics The Pulp. It is a specialized loose connective tissue occupying a cavity in the dentine. It is a remnant of the embryologic.
Dental pulp （ 牙髓 ） 何坤炎副教授：高醫醫學大學 口腔醫學院牙醫學系 口腔醫學院牙醫學系 轉 7004, 轉 7004, 7029
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Sensory Physiology. Sensation State of external/internal awareness Stimulus Receptor Nerve impulse to brain.
Introduction to endodontics, pathohistological and clinical classification of pulpal diseases, indication and contraindication of endodontic treatment.
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Sensation: The conscious or subconscious awareness of external or internal stimuli. Perception: The conscious awareness and the interpretation of meaning.
PERIODONTIUM Cementum PDL Alveolar bone Sharpey's fibers Attachment organ Cementum Periodontal ligament Alveolar bone Apical foramen Pulp cavity Enamel.
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Why we need Root Canal Treatment ?. Aetiology of the pulp and periapical pathosis Microbial : dental caries Mechanical : operative procedure (iatrogenic),
Senses system By Katie Ust. Mechanoreceptors Mechanoreceptors are sensory receptors that respond to mechanical pressure or distortion Sensors are.
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Ternopil State Medical University named by I. Horbachevskyj Department of Therapeutic Dentistry Topic: Filling materials for permanent and temporary fillings.
Anatomy Every tooth consists of a crown and one or more roots. The crown is the part visible in the mouth and the roots are hidden inside the jaw, the.
Diseases of the Pulp Dr. Gaurav Garg, Lecturer College of Dentistry, Al Zulfi Majmaah University Asalaam Alekum 1/04/2014.
Teeth Performed: Lubomir Kovalchuk. Teeth - bone formation in the oral cavity of vertebrates, and are used to rozkushuvannya chewing food, and to attack.
DEA-105 Mod 3 Unit 3 TISSUES OF THE TOOTH. TISSUES OF THE TOOTH Four Primary tissues of tooth:
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