Reversible Pulpitis -What is it?

14 / 03 / 2016

Pulpitis is a general term for inflammation of the tooth “pulp”, which consists of blood vessels, nerve tissue and living cells.

Pulpitis can be caused by an experience to the tooth such as tooth decay, an injury to the tooth or heavy biting forces.

The symptoms of reversible pulpitis can be sharp sensitivity to cold, sometimes sweets and biting.