What Are Dental Pulp Stones?

In relation to human anatomy, stones are bad news—in most cases. Stones (calcified mineral salts) can develop at numerous locations in your body, and often require medical treatment (consider the discomfort associated with gallstones and kidney stones). But what about when a dentist discovers stones that have developed inside your teeth? Inside Your Tooth's Pulp Chamber These growths are called pulp stones because they develop inside your pulp chamber. This is the hollow at the center of a tooth that hosts the dental pulp (which is the tooth's nerve). Read More