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Last Updated: 12 August 2022

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Credibility of YouTube™ videos on root canal treatment in children

On YouTubeu2122, a number of videos about root canal therapy in children are available, but no quality checks are available. Parents and dentists should know why root canal in children is important, as well as the explanation of procedural steps related to treatment performed. Aim: The aim of this report is to analyze and grade YouTube videos on root canal therapy in children and determine whether or not it provides valuable information for patients and dentists. Statistical Analysis: Selected videos were quantitatively analyzed using a 15-point scoring system and evaluated using SPSS software. The majority of the videos were low and moderate content, which dentists mostly posted, according to the tabulated variables. There was no statistical correlation between the video types and content score groups. Conclusion: From this report, YouTubeu2122 videos on root canal therapy in children were of poor and moderate quality.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4103/jisppd.jisppd_171_22


Postoperative pain intensity and incidence following single visit root canal treatment with different obturation techniques: a randomized clinical trial

This study was designed to compare the postoperative pain levels and incidence following single-visit root canal treatment with various canal filling methods; cold lateral compaction; thermoplasticised solid-core carrier based filling, and cold free-flow compaction method. Methods The patients were enrolled in this study and were either single-rooted teeth with a single canal of asymptomatic irreversible pulpitis or single-rooted vital teeth with a single canal requiring endodontic treatment due to prosthetic reasons. The GuttaCore group suffered the highest pain levels in the first 12 hours, except the first 12 h; on the other hand, the GuttaFlow2 group reported the lowest pain levels at all time periods. One patient in the GuttaFlow2 group did not have to use the prescribed analgesic; however, one patient in the GuttaCore group used it once. Conclusions: The obturation technique affected postoperative pain levels following root canal therapy, especially first 4 days after obturation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.13756


Periapical Healing following Root Canal Treatment Using Different Endodontic Sealers: A Systematic Review

Root canal therapy is highly dependent on the regeneration of the periapical tissues. The review demonstrated how to investigate various endodontic root canal sealants in terms of periapical healing. A review of the use of different endodontic sealers was found in studies that evaluated healing after the use of different endodontic sealers. A minimum of 6-month follow-up was included in vivo studies comparing radiographic treatment results and papers with a minimum of six months follow-up. In four studies out of nine research, the overall risk of bias was high. Periapical lesions demonstrated significant recovery after endodontic therapy, regardless of sealer type, although bioceramic and bioactive sealers had better results, although bioceramic and bioactive sealers had superior results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/3569281

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