Pulp vitality is extremely important for the function of the tooth, since it provides nutrition and acts as biosensor to detect pathogenic stimuli. Treatment of a non vital young permanent tooth with an incompletely developed root is very difficult. Few acceptable results have been achieved through apexification, but the use of long term calcium hydroxide might alter the mechanical properties of dentin. Regenerative endodontics is a contemporary approach in managing these problems. Regenerative endodontic procedures like revascularization aims at the regeneration of pulp and dentin of the injured teeth. This Monograph describes the recent approach of pulp revascularization in young permanent tooth and provides an overview of its method with possible future potential of regenerating pulp in pediatric dentistry.