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The major goal of all restorative procedures is to: magfintain the viability of the dental pulp whenever possible, over the
last few decades minimally invasive endodontic techniques has been introduced and have received wider acceptance over
conventional treatments. These techniques could serve as viable, less invasive, potential treatment options for the management
of teeth with inflamed pulps compared to the conventional approach ofa root canal treatment, prevent unnecessary dental
extractions. Minimally invasive techniques are based on the ability of the remaining radicular pulp to recover following the
removal of the infected coronal pulp tissue and placement of a suitable medicament. Dental pulp stem cells were isolated
from irreversibly inflamed pulp tissue, maintaining the potential of cell proliferation and differentiation. Serve as a source
of endogenous multipotent cells needed for the regeneration of the pulp-dentin complex. This has changed the general
understanding of a clinical diagnosis of irreversible pulpitis and its anagement, particularly in the era of improved understanding
of the healing process and regeneration of the pulp-dentin complex, cases traditionally deemed irreversible may in fact still
be savable, thereby shifting the balance of what was irreversible towards reversible, when the correct treatment is applied.
Despite these great improvements, mild to moderate cytotoxic effects of various biomaterials when they are placed in direct
contact with the pulp tissue, also these techniques itself never leads to the regeneration of pulp or dentin that was lost in the
coronal portion. So a novel strategy for the local regeneration of dentin-pulp complex in the pulp chamber is introduced as
???Regenerative Pulpotomy??? based on the induction of the outgrowth of pulp cells, capillaries, and neurons from the residual
root pulp using a biodegradable autologous scaffold.
Ahmed mobarak has completed his MSc in 2015 from Alexandria University, Egypt and doing his doctoral studies in Alexandria University, Egypt. He is an assistant lecturer of endodontics from 2015