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What is Pulpitis?

Description of the disease

Pulpitis is an inflammatory disease of the dental pulp, which occurs as a result of its exposure to various factors. The pulp is the soft tissue inside the tooth, containing blood vessels, nerves, and connective tissues. In the development of pulpitis, this tissue becomes inflamed and can cause painful sensations.


  • Acute pulpitis
  • Chronic pulpitis


  • Pain when chewing
  • Sensitivity to cold and heat
  • Swelling and redness of the gums


Pulpitis can be caused by caries, injury, violation of the integrity of the tooth, and other factors.


The diagnosis of pulpitis is made by a dentist based on an examination of the oral cavity, X-ray studies.


Treatment of pulpitis may include conservative methods (treatment of caries, use of anti-inflammatory drugs) or surgical intervention (endodontic treatment).


To prevent pulpitis, it is necessary to observe the rules of oral hygiene, regularly visit a dentist for preventive examinations.


Pulpitis is treated by a dental therapist or endodontist.