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Classification of pulpal diseases
The diagnosis are based on clinical signs and symptoms rather than on histopathologic findings.

Reversible pulpits
Reversible pulpitis is inflammation of the pulp is not severe.
If the cause is eliminated , inflammation will resolve.

Symptoms
Reversible pulpitis is usually asymptomatic.
Application of stimuli may produce sharp transient pain.

Treatment
Removal of irritants and sealing as well as insulating exposed dentin or vital pulp usually result in diminished symptoms .

Irreversible pulpitis
Irreversible pulpitis is often a sequel to and a progression from reversible pulpitis.
Irreversible pulpitis is a severe inflammation that will not resolve even if the cause is removed. Symptoms
Irreversible pulpitis is usually asymptomatic , may also be associated with intermittent or continuous episodes of spontaneous pain.
Localization of pulpal pain is more difficult than localization of periradicular pain.

Tests and treatments
Extension of inflammation to the periodontal ligament causes percussion sensitivity and better localization of pain.
Root canal treatment or extraction is indicated .

Hyperplastic pulpitis
Hyperplastic pulpitis (pulp polyp) is a form of irreversible pulpitis , which results from growth of chronically inflamed young pulp into occlusal surfaces.

Hyperplastic pulpitis is usually asymptomatic. The teeth respond within normal limits when palpated or percussed.

Hyperplastic pulpitis

Pulp calcification
Extensive calcification occurs as a response to trauma , caries , periodontal diseases , or other irritants.

Responses to palpation and percussion are usually within normal limits.
This condition in and of itself is not a pathosis and does not require treatment.

Pulp calcification

Internal resorption
Inflammation in the pulp may…...

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