CORRELATION BETWEEN CLINICAL PAIN & PULP NEUROBIOLOGY

  CLINICAL CONDITION HISTOLOGICAL PICTURE Hypersensitive exposed dentin Elevated number of nerve fibers in underlying pulp and dentin (“nerve sprouting” occurs in response to inflammatory stimuli). Silent Pulpitis Fibrotic changes in pulp forms a barrier between the lesion & the nerve fibers. Co-existence of vital pulp & periapical lesions May be caused by CGRP nerve […]

Dental Caries: Facts You Should Know About Causative Bacteria

Some 200 to 300 species of bacteria, yeast, and even protozoa harbor the human oral cavity. The metabolic activity of the complex community of the bacteria determines the presence or absence of the disease of the hard and soft issues of the human oral cavity. It is very difficult to assess and say that a […]