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PULP (2)

  • As technology and our understanding of the physiology improve, it is mandatory that we periodocally revise our precepts, theory and practice.
  • Seminars & workshops such as this offers an unique oppurtunity – to reasses our strengths & weaknesses.
  • The topic of pulp is most appropriate.

 

  • Fibrotic changes appeared 4 weeks after activation . Stenvik et al  were able to show signs of healing and scar tissue formation in a long-term intrusive study.
  • It is known that the reparative properties of the pulp are extensive.
  • However, the limit of tolerance varies from person to person. The ultimate fate of these circulatory disturbances seems to be resolution through reparative processes.

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