Apexogenesis is a dental procedure performed in cases of reversible pulpitis, that is, when the dental pulp is still alive or slightly inflamed. In simpler terms, this process stimulates the physiological growth process of the tooth root end. It is more likely to be successful in children as long as the blood flow to their teeth is better than in adults. The goal is to keep the pulp alive and stimulate further growth of the tooth root, as well as to seal the apical end. This procedure increases the chances of tooth survival and keeping it alive in the long run.

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