Irreversible Pulpitis

Irreversible pulpitis is at a point in which there is no return, when this event occurs, the options for treatment are very limited, and there is unfortunately no other option but the extraction of the tooth, or perhaps save it with endodontics, through the importance not only aesthetically but also the role it plays phonetically, chewing or both.

Irreversible pulpitis may be symptomatic, this is the most common and popular, is characterized by spontaneous pain either continuously or intermittently and pain supposed to thermal changes.

When irreversible and asymptomatic pulpitis condition exists, there may be internal resorption, which is usually detected in a routine evaluation including X-Rays, it is usual intake trauma, whereby dentin tissue destruction will occur, if not treated in time, it will lead eventually to root perforation.

Other case of asymptomatic that may only cause slight discomfort when chewing, it is known as "pulp polyp" which is attributed to a low-level irritation but chronic very irrigated pulps and have a cauliflower-like appearance regularly occurs in very young people.

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Toothache?


Asymptomatic Patient

Pain is a symptom that we think should happen when something is wrong in our body...

Tooth sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity is a nuisance that develops over time due to the following facts...

Patient with Pain

The pain from dental pulp condition may be: Spontaneous, intermittent, continuous...

Dr. Perla Acevedo


Dr. Perla Noemi Acevedo Rivera a dentist and Root Canal Specialist who graduated from the Baja California University, studied dentistry in the faculty of the Tijuana Campus. 

Receiving the award for academic merit of this degree in 1989-1993 generation. 

Her graduate specializing in endodontic also took place at the UABC Tijuana Campus.