BANEmergency treatment of irreversible acute pupitis.
The conventional image associated with acute irreversible pulpitis is spontaneous, violent and radiated pain. Pain ranges from short, acute flare-ups to a dull, continuous pain that progresses to severe, throbbing pain. The number of patients consulting for this type of pathology, motivated by
pain, is increasing and often disrupts the dentist's routine because they are not scheduled and must be managed. The objective of this article is to describe the specificity of pain associated with acute irreversible pulpitis and to report the results of the literature on conventional emergency treatment and periapical corticosteroid injection.
Auteur(s) : BANE K, SARR M, KOFFI YG, NDOYE THIAM S, TOURE B 2019, 10 Pages.
Pages : 10 Pages
Année de publication : 2019
Revue : Indian Journal of Restorative Dentistry
N° de volume : 8(1)
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : SARR Mouhamed