December 1920
Journal of Dental Research;Dec1920, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p537
Academic Journal
This article reports on how dental pulp is affected by infections in the teeth. The article discusses the effect of microorganisms on dental pulp cavities, dentin, and dentinal tubules, noting their roles in causing dental caries. Information is provided on inflammatory cellular infiltrations, fibrosis, calcification, and fat accumulations as well.


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