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Results of root canal treatment in dogs: 127 cases (1995–2000)

Abstract Summary u2014 To evaluate the results of root canal therapy in dogs, the aim was to determine the effectiveness. Sample Population —u2014127 tooth roots in 64 dogs. If potential root resorption had failed, treatment was expected to show no signs of failure, but a preexisting periapical lesion had remained unchanged or decreased in size and not completely resolved, with no evidence of regression. Treatment was considered to have failed if a periapical lesion or root resorption occurred after endodontic treatment, if a preexisting periapical lesion or root resorption persists, or if possible preoperative root resorption persists after endodontic therapy. Canine teeth were less popular than for maxillary fourth premolar teeth, according to the success rate. Roots with a preexisting periapical lucency or preexisting root resorption had lower success rates. u2014Results suggest that root canal therapy can be a viable alternative for restoring periodontally healthy but endodontically diseased teeth in dogs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2460/javma.2002.220.775


Root canal filling removal during endodontic retreatment - a survey of Ghanaian dentists

Background : Endodontic treatment aims to thoroughly clean and shape the root canal system to eliminate any infected pulpal tissue or bacteria, and to provide a three-dimensional hermetic seal to the root canal system to prevent re-infection. Detailed research can be done using a cross-sectional survey conducted by a dentist's continuing professional development conference held in Ghana. Detailed Measurement was performed to determine which instruments and solvents are used to remove gutta-percha during endodontic retreatment. Methodology : A cross-sectional study was conducted to find which devices and chemicals can be used to remove gutta-percha during endodontic retreatment. During root canal therapy, 59 out of 62 doctors used hand files. During endodontic retreatment, most Ghanaian dentists used solvents, accounting for 31 out of 39 positive responses by practitioners. Conclusion : Eucalyptol was the most effective solvent during endodontic retreatment, accounting for 31 out of 39 out of 39 positive responses.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4314/gdj.v19i1.5


Endodontists perceptions of single and multiple visit root canal treatment: a survey in Florianópolis – Brazil

Objective: To determine the endodontists' point of view regarding single and multiple visit root canal therapy, the study sought to investigate the Endodontiststsu2019 point of view regarding single and multiple visit root canal therapy, determining the basis on which the decision is made and how the information deemed useful for the decision was obtained. Endodontists listed in Florian's dental practice board were called, and if they agreed to participate, they were interviewed using a questionnaire. Conclusions: In 59. 5% of biopulpectomy cases, 31. 0% of necropulpectomy cases without lesion, and only 11. 9% in necropulpectomy cases with periapical lesion. Conclusion: In pulp necrosis cases, Florianopolis-Brazil endodontists prefer multiple visits over single visit root canal therapy in pulp necrosis cases. Endodontists who elect single-visit root canal therapy are on the rise when pulp value is not compromised.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21726/rsbo.v11i1.797


Dentin Sealing of Calcium Silicate-Based Sealers in Root Canal Retreatment: A Confocal Laser Microscopy Study

The aim of the present in vitro study was to determine the intratumoral penetration of three bioceramic sealers in root canal restoration. Gel2: CeraSeal, G3: TotalFill B Sealer HiFlow, G2: They were re-instrumented with Reciproc Blue and divided into three groups after two weeks in a humid environment, according to the endodontic sealer used in the re-filling. Penetration between groups was compared using the Kruskal|Wallis test, and within each group using the Wilcoxon method. In the penetration depths and in a percentage of penetration around the canal perimeter between AH Plus and the tested calcium-silicate-based sealers, a non-significant decrease was found. Both the root canal therapy and retreatment were significantly reduced from coronal to apical points in both groups, with the penetration depth and percentage of penetration around the canal perimeter being significantly reduced.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jfb13030114


Effect of Qmix 2in1, chlorhexidine gluconate, and ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid on postoperative pain after root canal treatment: A double-blind randomized clinical trial

This study was designed to investigate the effects of various final irrigation solutions on postoperative pain following root canal therapy. There are eighty-nine nonvital premolar and molar teeth with periapical lesions that had no clinical signs or symptoms, but no medical signs were found. All the patients were given 100 mg of flurbiprofen to use as needed for pain. Postoperative pain rates in 12, 48, and 72 hours and a week were not significant differences between the two groups. Premolar teeth were significantly higher in premolar teeth than in molar teeth at 72 hours, indicating a higher risk of mild pain in the EDTA group at 72 hours. In those over 60 years of age, the moderate pain level in the EDTA group at 12 hours was significantly higher in those over 60 years of age. Qmix as an irrigation solution resulted in reduced postoperative pain levels at 24 hours relative to other alternatives. Therefore, Qmix can be considered as a final irrigation solution in endodontic care related to postoperative pain relief.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.34172/joddd.2022.011

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