Histological comparison of pulpal inflammation in primary teeth with occlusal or proximal caries.

@article{Kassa2009HistologicalCO,
  title={Histological comparison of pulpal inflammation in primary teeth with occlusal or proximal caries.},
  author={Despoina Kassa and Peter I. Day and Alex High and Monty S. Duggal},
  journal={International journal of paediatric dentistry},
  year={2009},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={
          26-33
        }
}
OBJECTIVE A number of clinical and histological studies have investigated caries-related changes in the primary tooth pulp, but the effect of caries site, as a clinical variable, has not been previously considered. This study sought to compare inflammatory changes within the pulp of primary molars according to the location of the caries lesion (occlusal or proximal). METHODS Eighty-three primary molars were extracted under general anaesthesia for caries and/or orthodontic reasons, and were… CONTINUE READING

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