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It's an introduction about Conservative Dentistry which include cavity classes and endodontic therapy.

It's an introduction about Conservative Dentistry which include cavity classes and endodontic therapy.

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  • 1. Conservative approach
    Prepared by Dr. ManalFarouk
    Umm Al Qura University
    Faculty of Dentistry
  • 2. operative dentistry is the art and science that deals with diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of defects of teeth that don't require full coverage restorations for correction
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  • 4. conservative treatment starts first with the removal of decay and then replacement the missed part with a suitable restorative material
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  • 6. caries removal is done through either hand instruments that remove the soft caries or rotary instruments that remove the hard caries
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  • 12. after caries removal the cavity is prepared according to certain criteria or specifications that classify the cavity into 6 classes
  • 13. class 1 that includes only the occlusal surface of posterior tooth
  • 14. class 2 includs the proximal surface of posterior teeth
  • 15. class 3 includes the proximal surface of anterior teeth
  • 16. class 4 includes the proximal surface of anterior teeth including incisal angel
  • 17. class 5 includes the gingival third of the tooth
  • 18. class 6 includes the cusp tip of posterior teeth
  • 19. then cements materials are applied to prevent thermal effects, chemical irritations, and electrical stimulations
  • 20. then cements materials are applied to prevent thermal effects, chemical irritations, electrical
  • 21. the selected final restorative material are then applied
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  • 23. Endodontic therapy
  • 24. Pulp is the most inner structure of the tooth it is composed of soft tissue consisting of nerves, blood vessels, and cells. It has many functions
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  • 27. pulp functions : the pulp performs 5 main functions some formative, and others supportive
    Induction
    Pulp participates in the initiation and development of enamel
     
    Formation
    Odontoblasts form dentin these highly specialized cells participate in dentine formation
     
  • 28. Nutrition
    Pulp supplies nutrients that are essential for dentin formation
     
    Defense:
    Odontoblasts form dentin in response to injury, particularly when the original dentin thickness has been reduced due to caries, attrition, trauma, or restorative procedures
  • 29. Sensation:
    Pulp transmits neural sensation mediated through enamel or dentin to the higher nerve centers. These stimuli are usually expressed clinically as pain
     
  • 30. Indications
    Pulp exposure
    Periapical lesion
    Pulp death ( trauma)
    Intentional endodontic treatment
  • 31. Diagnosis
    Thermal pulp tester: a) cold b) hot
    Electrical pulp tester
    Percussion test
    Radiography
  • 32. Procedures
    Access preparation: differs with the difference of tooth anatomy
    Cleaning and shaping: mechanical or chemical
    Obturation: guttapercha or silver cones
    Follow up: during the first two years