Choose a theory from your undergraduate education in any discipline. It should be a commonly used theory for the general public such as Maslow, Darwin, Descartes, or others you used in physiology courses, chemistry, business courses, etc. Do not use a nursing theory. Provide the theory in your response. Identify the two concepts and the proposition between them. Explain the concepts. How might the terms used differ from the general use of the term? How might the term be confused or misinterpreted? Format your theory in the form “psychosocial development (Concept A) progresses through (Proposition) stages (Concept B)”.
pulp capping is a treating procedure of an exposed pulp using dental materials that promotes the formation of tertiary (reparative) dentine and maintenance of pulp. It can also be considered as an alternative way to avoid vital pulp excision. However, vital pulp excision success rate is much higher than the direct pulp capping. Before treatment, the pulp should be asymptomatic as in clear from bacteria or toxins, and bleeding should be controlled by sodium hypochlorite for example. Any remnants might cause treatment failure. A study was done on the maxillary and mandibular sound 3rd molars of twenty-eight patients for 6 weeks, and pulp vitality was examined prior extraction. After teeth cleaning, disinfection, local anesthesia and rubber dam are applied, class 1 cavities were prepared and an exposure around 1.2 mm in diameter was done. The teeth were divided into Biodentine and MTA experimental groups and one control group for comparison. Within a week, patients returned for the application of the final composite restoration. After 6 weeks, teeth were extracted. After extraction teeth were fixed and demineralized, then samples were evaluated under normal and ultraviolet light. The results showed that the pulp-dentin response was the same in both groups, where dentin bridge was formed directly under the capping material in site of exposure. Odontoblast cells near dentinal bridge were discovered with dentinal tubules. In conclusion Biodentine is considered an alternative material to MTA in treating vital pulps. However, further studies are needed to assess the mode of action of Biodentine on the pulp. 4.2 Indirect Pulp Capping Indirect pulp capping is a non-invasive and conservative procedure that maintains pulp vitality on normal or reversibly inflamed pulp. It’s simple and less expensive compared to other pulp treatments. It involves removing the soft infected dentin that can’t be remineralised and is infiltrated with bacteria. The deepest layer of dentin is left on the unexposed pulp, then a biocompatible liner is placed. It reduces the risk of pulp exposure and caries progression. A randomized clinical trial was published to compare the efficiency of biodentine and calcium hydroxide for indirect pulp capping on carious molars. The samples involved 80 healthy children with deep carious lesions. Participants received local anesthesia and rubber dam isolation. Success of the material was evaluated by the clinical/radiographic appearance to note out any failures. There was no statistically significant difference between the two liners and therefore the null hypothesis is not rejected. As a result, many consider indirect pulp capping to be a non-material dependent technique. Biodentine has excellent properties compared to calcium hydroxide; it induces the formation of reparative tertiary dentin due to odontoblastic proliferation as well as the formation of mineralized tissue bridge and the ability to produce a marginal seal. 5.Cavity sealing The marginal integrity of biodentine is due to multiple factors. Primarily, the form>GET ANSWER