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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15332/us.v4i1.1915

CAMBIOS PULPARES VASCULARES Y ESTRUCTURALES INDUCIDOS POR FUERZAS ORTODÓNTICAS: UNA REVISIÓN

Ludwing J. Delgado C., Carlos Alberto Ojeda C., Humberto Ferreira A., Eugenio Ordóñez M.

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Se ha sugerido que, en ocasiones, las fuerzas ortodónticas producen alteraciones en la angiogénesis, estructura y flujo sanguíneo pulpar. Sin embargo, en la literatura se encuentran reportes de estimulación de la angiogénesis a través de los factores de crecimiento; cambios estructurales debidos a fibrosis, apoptosis, degeneraciones pulpares y necrosis; cambios vasculares por una reducción en el flujo sanguíneo pulpar, y cambios en la confiabilidad de las pruebas de sensibilidad. El propósito de esta revisión es plantear varios cuestionamientos sobre los cambios pulpares vasculares y estructurales inducidos por fuerzas ortodónticas.
[Delgado L, Ojeda CA, Ferreira H, Ordoñez E. Cambios pulpares vasculares y estructurales inducidos por fuerzas ortodónticas: Una revisión. Ustasalud Odontología 2005: 4: 44 – 47]

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Angiogénesis; movimiento dental; flujo pulpar; vitalidad pulpar

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