Age changes of the pulp

Posted by DAM on February 8, 2012 in The Dental pulp | Short Link
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   Age changes of the pulp     1- Change in the size of the pulp cavity ; The continuous secondary dentin deposition on the pulpal wall (especially the floor of the pulp chamber) leads to its gradual reduction in size and its irregularity by age.   The apical foramen becomes also narrowed by cementum […]

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Structure Of The Dental pulp 2

Structure Of The Dental pulp 1 Structure Of The Dental pulp 2   • They are found usually in association with blood vessels. • Mast cells are primarily involved in inflammation and immune mechanisms. c) Plasma Cells : It originates from plasmablast cells which develop from B-lymphocytes. These B- lymphocytes should be activated previously by […]

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Structure Of The Dental pulp 1

Structure Of The Dental pulp 1    The pulp tissue consists of 25%    organic material by weight 75%    water by weight   As any connective tissue, the pulp is composed of cells and intercellular substance. The intercellular substance consists of fibers and an amorphous ground substance of gelatinous consistency. In addition, there are blood vessels, […]

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The Dental pulp

Posted by DAM on February 7, 2012 in The Dental pulp | Short Link
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The Dental pulp   The dental pulp is a delicate loose connective thissue that occupies the center of each tooth. It is derived from the dental papilla, of which is the part remaining after the formation of dentin. In human, the development of the pulp begins at about the 8th week of embryonic life at […]

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