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Estimate the Effect of the Photo-activated Disinfection on the Root Canal Therapy

This study tries to collect clinical cases to compare the clinical effect of traditional root canal disinfection, to photodynamic in root canal disinfection .And provide the reference for clinical application and experience.

Clinical and Microbiological Evaluation of 0.5% Versus 3% Sodium Hypochlorite in Root Canal Treatment

Aim: To compare the clinical antimicrobial and adverse effects of irrigation with Sodium Hypochlorite (NaOCl) 0.5% versus NaOCl 3% during root canal treatment. Methodology: Consecutive patients referred to a specialist clinic of endodontics are randomly assigned to have the root canal treatment performed with a concomitant irrigation either with a buffered 0.5 % NaOCl (Dakin's solution) or 3 % NaOCl. Teeth with vital or necrotic pulps and retreatment cases were included. Root ...

Postoperative Pain After Using Er,Cr,YSGG Lazer Irradiation During Root Canal Treatment

Irrigation with sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) during chemo-mechanic preparation for effective root canal disinfection is a standard protocol in root canal treatment. NaOCl is an alkali irrigant with pH 11.0 -12.0. Nearby its high antimicrobial efficacy, cytotoxic features make it questionable when it comes contact with periradicular tissues. Several irrigation materials were investigated less cytotoxic, more or equal antimicrobial to avoid such adverse effects. Calcium hypochlori...

Effect of Sodium Hypochlorite Concentration on Success of Non-surgical Root Canal Treatment

.There is no general agreement regarding the optimal concentration of sodium hypochlorite to be used in endodontic treatment.Therefore, this study aims to evaluate the effect of sodium hypochlorite concentration on the success of primary root canal treatment. The study population comprised of patients requiring primary root canal treatment following the diagnosis of pulpal necrosis with chronic apical periodontitis in mature mandibular first and second molars.Patients were rand...

The Effect of Irrigant Types Used During Endodontic Treatment on Postoperative Pain

Chemomechanical preparation of the root canal system potentially results in extrusion of debris into the periradicular tissues. This debris is composed of hard tissue (dentin), soft tissue (inflamed or necrotic pulp tissues) and microbiota. Furthermore, the chemical adjuncts used during root canal disinfection may also extrude into the periradicular tissues. Extrusion of such materials results in postoperative pain, inflammation and and flare-up. There is evidence to demonstrat...

Effect of Different Root Canal Instruments on Removal of Endotoxins From Necrotic Root Canals

• Grouping: The patients will be randomly assigned into two equal groups Group : OneShape Group: ProtaperNext - Endodontics procedure steps: 1. Patient will be anesthetized by using infiltration local anesthesia or nerve block according to the tooth location in mandibular or maxillary arch respectively. 2. All caries will be removed, then isolation using rubber dam, the crown and surrounding structures will be disinfected with 30%...

Postoperative Pain After Endodontic Irrigation Using 1.3% Versus 5.25% Sodium Hypochlorite

The aim of this prospective, randomized, clinical trial was to evaluate the effect of 1.3% sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) concentration versus 5.25% NaOCl concentration on post-operative pain and medication intake in adult patients with pulp necrosis in mandibular molars.

Root Canal Disinfection: a Comparison Between Techniques

Caries disease is still the leading cause of severe tooth decay. Since this can lead to tooth loss, it is important that appropriate treatment is advised to help prevent damage and maintain tooth health. Faced with major coronary destruction, several times it becomes necessary to perform the endodontic treatment, aiming to maintain the element in the buccal cavity for longer. It is known that an excellent restorative treatment with poor endodontic treatment and vice versa has a...

Impact of an Enhanced Sterile Protocol on Root Canal Treatment Outcome

The main goal of root canal treatment is the removal of existing microorganisms and the prevention of introducing new ones to the root canal system. This will require the application of strict aseptic measures. Microorganisms may also find their way into the root canal system through dental materials and instruments that are used during the treatment. Some studies have suggested the necessity of decontamination of these materials and instruments prior to using. Also, the pract...

Antibacterial Effectiveness of Two Root Canal Irrigants

The aim of this randomized clinical trial is to compare the antibacterial effects of 1% sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) and 2% chlorhexidine gluconate (CHX) during retreatment of teeth with apical periodontitis (AP).

Efficacy of Chlorhexidine as a Final Irrigant in Single-visit Root Canal Treatment

Ninety asymptomatic maxillary anterior teeth with periapical lesions were treated in single versus multiple visit root canal treatment. Half of the teeth were randomly assigned to the single-visit (SV) group and received an additional final rinse with 2% CHX before obturation. The other teeth were treated in multiple visits (MV) with calcium hydroxide dressing. All patients were recalled and investigated clinically and radiographically for 24 months.

Irrigants on Outcome of Non Surgical Endodontic Retreatment

Till date, no study has systematically evaluated the role of a single variable on success of endodontic retreatment. While the evaluation of a single factor as the primary objective in a study is a difficult task, it unarguably provides more valuable information regarding the influence of that variable on outcome. The clinical studies comparing the use of Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) and Chlorhexidine digluconate (CHX) in retreatment cases have evaluated only the antibacterial e...

Reducing Bacteria That Cause Tooth Decay

The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of a two-step mouth rinsing procedure on reducing the germs (mutans Streptococci) that cause tooth decay. We hope that the two-step mouth rinse (0.3% NaOCl followed by 10% Povidone Iodine) decreases the tooth causing germs better than the one-step mouth rinse (10% Povidone Iodine). The mouth rinse for both treatment groups is done only once at the beginning of the study after the initial saliva samples are taken, and before a ...

Accuracy of Electronic Apex Locators ProMark, RootZX II and NRG Rider on Working Length of Multi-rooted Teeth

The purpose of this study is to compare the accuracy of different apex locators. Before root canal therapy, dentists use a device called an electronic apex locator (EAL) to measure the root canal and to locate its opening at the tip of the tooth's root (called the apical foramen). A root canal is the space inside the root of a tooth. If the tissue within the root canal becomes infected, dentists may perform root canal therapy.

Evaluation of Postoperative Pain With Eddy Tips (EPPET)

This investigation will focus on the use of EDDY tips, because it is known that the complete debridement of the canal is very difficult, which leads to an accumulation of tissue debris, bacteria and their products, resulting in persistent periradicular inflammation. So, it's of great importance, the study of other approaches of cleaning and disinfecting the root canal, which at the same time, may produce a lower risk of postoperative pain. The above mentioned topics have never...

Postoperative Pain After Root Canal Disinfection Via Diode Laser

The prevention and control of post-treatment pain is of great importance for the comfort of the patient as well as for the clinician's prestige. In this study, the effect of 940 nm diode laser disinfection on the postoperative pain of retreatment cases was evaluated.

Bacteria Elimination in Retreatment Cases Using Different Disinfection Techniques

Nonsurgical root canal retreatment may become essential when the initial endodontic treatment fails because of the persistent intracanal or extracanal infections.It has been stated that the one of the main cause of posttreatment disease is the persistent or reintroduced microorganism such as enterococcus faecalis. Supplementary disinfection techniques such as irrigation agitation methods can help elimination of bacteria from root canal systems. The aim of this in vivo study wa...

Apical Size and Root Canal Treatment Success Trial (AS-RCT Trial)

This study is looking into two different ways to perform a root canal treatment. The study will look at differences and compare the two different treatment options over a 2-year period.More specifically, this study evaluates a small "skinny" root canal shape compared to a larger "broad" root canal shape and if this affects the success of the root canal treatment. Both types of treatment are standard of care and aim to treat the infection inside your tooth. When a tooth is infec...

Effect of Neem and NaOCl on Postoperative Pain and Amount of Endotoxins

The aim of this study is to compare the effect of Neem (azadirachta indica) and 2.5% sodium hypochlorite as root canal irrigants on the intensity of post-operative pain and the amount of endotoxins in necrotic teeth.

Effect of Low Level Laser Therapy on Post-endodontic Pain

This study was designed as a randomized, placebo-controlled trial of 2 groups. The treatment procedures were performed by one operator. After local anesthesia and rubber dam isolation, access cavity preparation was performed by diamond burs with high-speed hand pieces under the water cooling. . Instrumentation of procedures was performed by Reciproc R50 files. Irrigation protocol was completed, canal were dried, filled with gutta-percha cones and AH Plus sealer. After chemo- me...

Survival of Root Canal Treated Teeth Restored With Ceramic Onlays

Advances in digital dentistry coupled with increased demand for aesthetic restorations have led to developments in CAD CAM( Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided manufacturing)systems for manufacturing tooth restorations. CAD CAM restorations have the added benefit of digital impressions which eliminate the need to take conventional impressions, something patients find difficult to tolerate. CAD CAM restorations are now part of routine dental care. However there are no clini...

Dental Pulp Regeneration by Autologous Tissue Transplantation

The purpose of this study is to develop new improved therapy for teeth that require root canals due to tooth infection or tooth inflammation. Investigators will recruit total of 50 participants from the age group 7 - 50 at the UCLA School of Dentistry Endodontic clinic. The participants will be divided into two groups, one will receive traditional therapy, which may include root canal or a procedure called "revascularization," which is a procedure trying to regrow the tissue in...

Endodontic Root-canal Treatments Evaluated After Long-term Time

The aim of the study was to evaluate the root canal treatments performed from 1989 to 1995. Type of complication, success, new endodontic diseases and number of success were reported. Mean clinical parameters were clinical symptoms and presence/absence of apical radiolucency.

Evaluation of iRoot SP as Root Canal Sealer: A Clinical Study

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical and radiological outcomes of iRoot SP as a root canal sealer in comparison with AH Plus sealer within 1-year follow up.Patients needing root canal treatment were enrolled and allotted into either iRoot SP group or AH Plus arm randomly. After root canal shaping and cleaning, the teeth were obturated according to their arms. Assessment of postoperative pain was done 1 week after root canal obturation using visual analog scale...

Photodynamic Therapy in Endodontic Treatment

This randomized clinical trial evaluated the effectiveness of supplemental photodynamic therapy (PDT) in optimizing the removal of bacteria and endotoxins from primarily infected root canals after one-visit and two-visit treatments.Twenty-four primarily infected root canals with apical periodontitis were selected and randomly divided into one-visit (n=12) and two-visit treatments (n=12). Chemo-mechanical preparation (CMP) was performed by using the single-file reciprocating tec...

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