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Case of Reversible Pulpitis

T/D IPC (Indirect pulp capping) involves removal of decay, but doesn't quite expose the pulp in very very gentle and effective way, without causing any damage to the pulp. Chief Complaints Carious/decayed molar Diagnosis Reversible Pulpitis Management Preserve the pulp vitality. Remove the decay without causing any damage to the pulp. Followed by IPC Dycal Ca(OH)2 as a protective liner under dental filling material. Cover the pulp approximity properly. Fuji IX conventional, self curing glass ionomer restorative as a base. Sun medical Fantasista resin based composite restorative.

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All the valuable opinion are welcomed and makes me feel better. thnx Doctors

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Good case presentation Restoration is also esthetically done, finishing and shade selection are up to the mark. Post before treatment iopa as to confirm whether there was no Periapical changes. And no need to remove dycal as it will serve as a barrier btw the tooth and restoration Because sometimes in deep carious tooth the tooth become sensitive after direct composite Restoration as far as I have seen in my practice

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Indirect pulp capping on that tooth and now the patient should be recalled after 7 days to check if any pain is there on not within these 7 days. If no pain is present, then the dycal should be removed and permanent restoration with Composite, GIC should be done.... If pain is present, then RCT should be done.

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Nice post

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Nicely managed dr. Kindly share pre and post of x rays

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Sorry, I should mention it before that it was an old case nearly 2 month. I met the patient twice after that and he was ok. No sign of pain reported till now. I was new to this platform and had this pics In my gallery so I posted. But thanx you all to advised me to go through the details to use in future post.

Very well managed the case doctor. Kindly share Pre op and post op IOPAR as well as follow up IOPAR for comparison purpose. Thanks.

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Good work

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I think u should have taken IOPA before filling If no periapical changes in x ray,then u should go for IPC

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Good work

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Very well managed

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