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Reaction of human dental pulp to experimental pulpotomy and capping with calcium hydroxide.

Ulla Schröder

Reaction of human dental pulp to experimental pulpotomy and capping with calcium hydroxide.

[Translated by L. James Brown]

by Ulla Schröder

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Published by C.W.K. Gleerup in Lund .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dental pulp,
  • Calcium hydroxide,
  • Dentistry, Operative

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesOdontologisk revy, v. 24 -- 25
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRK351 S3713
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33p.
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18959892M


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Reaction of human dental pulp to experimental pulpotomy and capping with calcium hydroxide. by Ulla Schröder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction. Owing to defense reactions and reparative procedures of pulp-dentin complex to noxious stimuli, preservation of the vitality of this complex is absolutely critical for the survival of a tooth [1, 2].The aim of different vital pulp therapy (VPT) techniques including direct pulp capping (DPC), is to seal the pulp wound, induce odontoblast-like cell differentiation, and stimulate Cited by: 3.

dental pulp progenitors (3). It can be anticipated that the choice of pulp-capping materials such as mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA), Portland cement (PC), or Dycal (a hard-setting calcium hydroxide paste) could influence the bioactivities of human dental pulp (HDP) cells and the repair and regeneration process of the dentin-pulp complex.

MTA. VoL 80 No. 3 September ENDODONTICS Editor: Richard E. Walton Human pulp response after partial pulpotomy with two calcium hydroxide products Rtistem Kemal Stibay, DMD, MS,a Satoko Suzuki, DDS,b Shiro Suzuki, DDS, PhD,c Hakan Kaya, DMD, MS,d and Charles F.

Cox, DMD, FADI, FADM,e Istanbul, Turkey, and Birmingham, Ala. FACULTY OF DENTISTRY, ISTANBUL, Cited by: Pulp capping is a treatment where a protective agent is applied to pulp exposed by traumatic injuries, mechanical factors or dental caries, in order to allow pulp healing and the maintenance of pulp vitality and function.1 Many studies indicate that calcium Reaction of human dental pulp to experimental pulpotomy and capping with calcium hydroxide.

book and calcium hydroxide compounds are the gold standard against which new Cited by: before remaining tissue protection with calcium hydroxide had no influence on pulp tissue healing.

Keywords: calcium hydroxide, corticosteroid, dental pulp capping, permanent dentition, pulpotomy. Introduction The application of antiinflammatory agents on exposed pulp tissue in an attempt to prevent or minimize inflammatory reaction and to Author: Elisa Maria Aparecida Giro, Juliana Oliveira Gondim, Juliana Oliveira Gondim, Josimeri Hebling, Carl.

Dent Pract May Cvek, M. Treatment of non-vital permanent incisors with calcium hydroxide. Follow-up of periapical repair and apical closure of immature roots. Odontol Revy No. 1 Schr6der, U. Evaluation of healing following experimental pulpotomy of intact human teeth and capping with calcium hydroxide.

AIM To examine the in vivo response of dental pulps in dogs to three pulp-capping agents: calcium hydroxide (CH), mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and a new endodontic calcium enriched mixture (CEM) cement. METHODOLOGY Thirty-six second and third premolar teeth in six beagle dogs were randomly assigned to three experimental groups; CH, MTA or CEM cement.

Schröder U, Granath LE. Early reaction of intact human teeth to calcium hydroxide following experimental pulpotomy and its significance to the development of hard tissue barrier. Odontol Revy. ;22(4)   Murray et al. Analysis of pulpal reactions to restorative procedures, materials, pulp capping, and future therapies crit rev oral biol med Ardo Sabir et ogical analysis of rat dental pulp tissue capped with propolis, J oral sci., ; Taisa Regina et al.

pulpotomies with portland cement in human primary. protect the pulp. Indirect pulp capping has been shown to have a higher success rate than pulpotomy in long term studies.7,9,20,35 It also allows for a normal exfoliation time.

Therefore, indirect pulp treatment is preferable to a pulpotomy when the pulp is normal or has a diagnosis of reversible pulpitis. Direct pulp capping with calcium hydroxide compounds was performed on human teeth.

Pulp had been exposed as a result of cavity preparation in 70%. Clinical assessments of the MTA versus calcium hydroxide for direct pulp capping suggested that MTA was superior to calcium hydroxide in direct pulp capping resulting in a lower failure rate (risk.

This is preferable in vital pulp therapies such as the Cvek pulpotomy, where maintenance of the maximum amount of vital pulp tissue is desirable and the extent of pulpal inflammation is minimal (Fig.

The irritation potential of calcium hydroxide across intact dentin is dependent on factors such as the remaining dentin thickness and. Schröder U, Granath LE. Early reaction of intact human teeth to calcium hydroxide following experimental pulpotomy and its significance to the development of hard tissue barrier.

Odontol Revy ;22(4) [ Links ] Teuscher GW, Zander PT. The preservation of the young tooth by the vital pulpotomy technic. Schröder, U.: Reaction of Human Dental Pulp to Experimental Pul-potomy and Capping with Calcium Hydroxide, Odont Revy Su a.

Google Scholar | Medline Schröder, U.: Effect of an Extra-pulpal Blood Clot on Healing following Experimental Pulpotomy and Capping with Calcium Hydroxide, Odont Revy –b.

1. Introduction. Direct pulp capping is one of the oldest known treatments for exposed pulp, and more efficient materials and approaches are continuously sought [1–4].The material used for pulp capping after exposure may affect the vitality and healing of the pulp [].The introduction of calcium hydroxide (Ca[OH] 2) in dentistry has played an important role in the development of a biological.

A secondary objective was to evaluate the inflammatory reaction and reparative dentin-bridge formation induced by the different pulp-capping agents on human pulp tissue. Data sources. A literature search strategy was carried out on PubMed, EMBASE and the Web of Science databases. The last search was done on 1 May Biocompatibility of a resin-modified glass-ionomer cement applied as pulp capping in human teeth.

Am J Dent. Feb; 13 (1): Ozorio JE, Carvalho LF, de Oliveria DA, de Sousa- Neto MD, Perez D. Standardized propolis extract and calcium hydroxide as pulpotomy agents in primary pig teeth.

J Dent Child (Chic). May- Aug; 79 (2):   Pulpal Reactions to Restorative Materials: Calcium hydroxide: It is one of the oldest and most widely used medicaments for stimulation of dentinal bridge formation.

In direct pulp capping subsequent to microscopic or gross pulpal exposure: It induces a low grade pulpal irritation that stimulate the formation of dentinal bridge in exposures site.

The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of calcium hydroxide [Ca(OH)2], mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA), iRoot BP, platelet‑rich fibrin (PRF) and concentrated growth factors (CGF) on the proliferation, viability, apoptosis and mineralization of human dental pulp.

Introduction: This investigation evaluates the effects of mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA), calcium hydroxide (CH) and calcium enriched mixture (CEM) as pulp capping materials on dental pulp tissues. Materials and Methods: The experimental procedures were performed on eighteen intact dog canine teeth.

The pulps were exposed. Cavities were randomly filled with CEM, MTA, or CH followed. form to protect the pulp,33, Indirect pulp capping has been shown to have a higher success rate than pulpotomy in long term studies.7,9,20,35 It also allows for a normal exfolia-tion time.

Therefore, indirect pulp treatment is preferable to a pulpotomy when the pulp is normal or has a diagnosis of reversible pulpitis. INTRODUCTION. Direct pulp capping is a dental procedure in which the exposed pulp is covered with a protection material, minimizing additional injury and allowing exposed tissue to heal 7,This treatment is indicated when the pulp is accidentally exposed during cavity preparation 23 or by trauma and should be done immediately, or at least 24h after its occurrence 2.

The composition eliminates calcium sulfate, providing a short setting time of 10 minutes, which is preferable for one-visit pulp capping or pulpotomy procedures (Fig.

Variations in bismuth oxide and the presence of iron characterize the chemical composition of MTA-Angelus, and the crystalline structures formed on hydration are similar.

CVEK M. A clinical report on partial pulpotomy and cap-ping with calcium hydroxide in permanent incisors with complicated crown fracture. J Endod ; 4: 7. GRANATH LE, HAGMAN C. Experimental pulpotomy in liu-man bicuspids wilh reference to cutting technique.

Ada Odon-tot Scand ; 5. A good restoration that prevents bacterial penetration into the tooth is essential for the success of a Cvek pulpotomy. See full abstract. JOA & EL: The calcium hydroxide partial pulpotomy developed and analyzed by the late Dr. Cvek has been the standard procedure for crown fractures with pulp exposures for decades.

Lately this status has. A review of 14 clinical studies, including over 2, cases of calcium hydroxide pulp capping, noted success rates of up to 90% when done by experienced clinicians This review article highlighted two keys to calcium hydroxide direct pulp capping success: restricting pulp capping to asymptomatic teeth and providing a well-sealed restoration.

The aim was to evaluate the proliferation of pulp cells 1, 3 and 7 days after direct pulp capping with the dentine adhesive Gluma Comfort Bond (GCB) and to compare it with calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2).

An occlusal cavity was prepared in 72 molar teeth of 36 Wistar rats. Then GCB or Ca(OH)2 was placed on the exposed pulp. All cavities were restored with composite. Calcium hydroxide (CH) has for many decades been the main material used to treat a variety of pulpal healing complications in dental traumatology, such as in teeth with exposed pulps (pulp capping, pulpotomy), in teeth with incomplete root formation and pulp necrosis (apexification), in teeth with root fractures and pulp necrosis located in the coronal part of the pulps, and in teeth with.

Godhi B, Sood PB, Sharma A. Effects of mineral trioxide aggregate and formocresol on vital pulp after pulpotomy of primary molars: an in vivo study. Contemp Clin Dent. ;2(4) Shayegan A, Jurysta C, Atash R, et al. Biodentine used as a pulp-capping agent in primary pig teeth. Pediatr Dent.

;34(7):ee Phaneuf RA, Frankl SN, Ruben MP: A comparative histological evaluation of three calcium hydroxide preparations on the human primary dental pulp. J Dent Child ; 61–76; Qudeimat MA, Alyahya A, Hasan AA: Mineral trioxide aggregate pulpotomy for permanent molars with clinical signs indicative of irreversible pulpitis: a preliminary study.

Calcium hydroxide (CaH) was originally introduced to the field of endodontics by Herman in as root canal filling and antimicrobial agent., Since then, CaH has been used for various endodontic procedures including pulp capping, pulpotomy, intracanal medication, apexification, root perforation, and is found in some root canal sealants.

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.

Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. A tooth fracture involving enamel and dentine that exposes the pulp is defined as complicated crown fracture.

Complicated crown fractures represent 18–20% of all traumatic injuries to permanent teeth [].An exposed pulp in a young permanent tooth with crown fracture is usually treated with either pulp capping or pulpotomy, depending on the degree of pulp exposure, the interval between.

The reaction of calcium from calcium hydroxide with carbon dioxide from the pulp tissue produces calcite crystals [10 Holland R, de Souza V, Murata SS, et al. Healling process of dog dental pulp after pulpotomy and pulp covering with mineral trioxide aggregate or Portland cement Braz Dent J a; ] when any of these materials is used.

Immunolocalization of Fibronectin during Reparative Dentinogenesis in Human Teeth after Pulp Capping with Calcium Hydroxide de Souza V.

(), Histochemical analysis of the dog's dental pulp after pulp capping with calcium, barium, and Early reaction of intact human teeth to calcium hydroxide following experimental pulpotomy and its.

Early reaction of intact human teeth to calcium hydroxide following experimental pulpotomy and its significance to the development of hard tissue barrier. Odont Revy ; Schroder U. Effect of an extra-pulpal blood clot on healing following experimental pulpotomy and capping with calcium hydroxide.

Endodontics»» Pulp Capping and Pulpotomy Pulpcapping: Pulp Capping is an operative technique designed to preserve the vitality of a potentially infected capping offers an alternative to root canal the pulp becomes infected and the tooth dies, a root canal will be needed to save it from a tooth extraction.

Zander HA. Reaction of the pulp to calcium hydroxide. J Dental Res ; Moghaddame-Jafari S, Mantellini MG, Botero TM, McDonald NJ, Nör JE. Effect of ProRoot MTA on pulp cell apoptosis and proliferation in vitro.

J Endod ; 4 MTA in Vital Pulp Therapy 71 Till Dammaschke, Joe H. Camp, and George Bogen. Introduction Advantages Pulp Responses to Capping Materials Direct Pulp Capping with Calcium Hydroxide Mineral Trioxide Aggregate Physiochemical properties Mode of action in pulp capping and pulpotomy Comparison with calcium hydroxide.

Aim: The principles of evidence-based dentistry were used to compare mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA), formocresol (FC), ferric sulphate (FS) and calcium hydroxide (CH) as primary molar pulpotomy medicaments. methods: Electronic databases were searched and sieved for relevant papers by examining titles, abstracts and finally full texts.tomy with calcium hydroxide.

Until now this material has been used for the protection of exposed dental pulps. The healing process of dental pulp after pulpo-tomy and treatment with calcium hydroxide is fundamentally characterized by the formation of a hard tissue bridge and maintenance of vital subjacent pulp tissue free of inflammatory cells.

Subay RK, Suzuki S, Suzuki S, et al. Human pulp response after partial pulpotomy with two calcium hydroxide products. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod ; Takita T, Hayashi M, Takeichi O, et al.

Effect of mineral trioxide aggregate on proliferation of cultured human dental pulp cells. Int Endod J ;