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Reactionary dentine is formed by the odontoblasts beneath the carious stimulus. A slowly progressing lesion may give time for a considerable reparative dentine response, whereas with more acute larger lesions the response may be disorganized or even non-existent. Regular removal of the biofilm from the surface of any lesion encourages lesion arrest and these defense reactions then predominate.
This retreat of the pulp from injury has important implications in the operative management of caries see p. Inflammation is the fundamental response of all vascular connective tissues to injury. Inflammation of the pulp pulpitis may, as in any other tissue, be acute or chronic.
In a slowly progressing carious lesion, toxins reaching the pulp may provoke chronic inflammation. However, once the organisms actually reach the pulp a carious exposure , acute inflammation may supervene.
Inflammatory reactions have vascular and cellular components. In chronic inflammation the cellular components predominate and there may be increased collagen production, leading to fibrosis but without immediately endangering the vitality of the tooth. However, in acute inflammation the vascular changes predominate.
Infection is the most common cause of pulpal inflammation and caries is the most common microbial source. Caries of peripheral dentine will result in pulpal inflammation and chronic inflammatory cells macrophages, lymphocytes, and plasma cells will infiltrate the pulp near the odontoblast layer.
Indeed, this infiltration may even be seen in initial enamel caries. We welcome his contribution as it provides a bridging link between the basic science and the clinical application of caries management.
All these new changes reflect the wide range of procedures and techniques that are involved in restorative dentistry. Covering the whole subject of restorative dentistry is a difficult task, and this book does not pretend that it can be done in a single text.
However, what it does aim to do is generate enthusiasm for this subject, which is at the essential core of dentistry. It is hoped that it will introduce readers to restorative dentistry and encourage them to learn more by using it as an introductory text.
Therefore, whilst it will be of interest to the junior undergraduate student first entering the clinic, it also contains areas of interest to more senior students coming towards the end of their studies.
Informal feedback from the first edition has also shown that the book is useful to the young clinician who wishes to obtain an overview of restorative dentistry. There are sections where the depth may extend beyond the undergraduate level but it is hoped that by doing so it provides an insight into the more varied work that can be done when specialising in this area.
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Occlusion in operative dentistry. Operative dentistry, ed 4. Basic operative dentistry procedures. Cartwright, D. Comstock, A. Kahler, Jr. Margeson, D. Snyder, D. The authors have prepared a text whose main purpose is to present the dental student with a concise and methodical approach to operative dentistry. No attempt has been made to present a variety of techniques, or to include other dental sciences which are more fully covered in other courses. Because of this, the value of the book as a reference work may be limited.
On the other hand, its value as a teaching text for operative dental students may be enhanced. The techniques are presumably those that have evolved through long trial and testing at the University of Michigan, and because of this testing, would serve any practitioner well.