pulpless tooth

pulpless tooth
a tooth from which the pulp has been extirpated.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • pulpless — 1. Without a pulp. 2. Denoting a tooth in which the pulp has died or from which the pulp has been removed. 3. Denoting a tooth that gives no response to an electric pulp test or thermal test. * * * pulp·less pəlp ləs …   Medical dictionary

  • endodontic implant — a metallic implant extending through the root canal of a tooth into the periapical bone structure, thereby lengthening the root of a pulpless tooth …   Medical dictionary

  • coronal bleaching — the use of a chemical agent, usually but not necessarily in combination with heat, to remove discolorations from the crown of a pulpless tooth …   Medical dictionary

  • apical cyst — an epithelium lined cyst in the bone at the apex of a pulpless tooth …   Medical dictionary

  • Creosote — For other uses, see Creosote (disambiguation). Creosote is the portion of chemical products obtained by the distillation of a tar that remains heavier than water, notably useful for its anti septic and preservative properties.[1] It is produced… …   Wikipedia

  • pulp — pulper, n. pulpless, adj. pulplike, adj. /pulp/, n. 1. the soft, juicy, edible part of a fruit. 2. the pith of the stem of a plant. 3. a soft or fleshy part of an animal body. 4. Also called dental pulp. the inner substance of the tooth,… …   Universalium

  • apical fenestration — a condition seen in children, consisting of round or oval openings perforating the cortical plate of bone that overlies part of a pulpless primary tooth; it may involve all the primary teeth but usually affects only the upper primary incisors.… …   Medical dictionary

  • pulp — n. & v. n. 1 the soft fleshy part of fruit etc. 2 any soft thick wet mass. 3 a soft shapeless mass derived from rags, wood, etc., used in paper making. 4 (often attrib.) poor quality (often sensational) writing orig. printed on rough paper (pulp… …   Useful english dictionary

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