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The specimens were longitudinally sectioned and digitized images were taken with the dental operating microscope. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU.
Another important factor to consider is the concern related to the toxicity of chloroform. After retreatment of all samples, a third micro-CT scan was performed using the same parameters as the first two scans.
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Bioactivity evaluation of three calcium silicate-based endodontic materials. There was significantly less residual root canal filling material in the AH Plus groups retreated with chloroform as compared to the others.
Find articles by Avina Paranjpe. Discussion Root canal failures occur due to persistent periapical disease after treatment. Introduction Endodequence success of nonsurgical endodontic therapy depends on the removal of necrotic and inflamed tissue, microorganisms, and debris from the root canal system and the prevention of recontamination.
The results of this study demonstrate that the BC Sealer group had significantly more residual filling material than the AH Plus group regardless of whether or not both sealers were retreated with sealet.
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Teeth were divided into 4 groups of 14 teeth each:. Inthe U.
hc Food and Drug Administration FDA banned the use of chloroform in drugs and cosmetics due to toxicity concerns. Furthermore, establishing patency and WL in retreatment cases has been shown to significantly improve periapical healing rates.
This methodology, which has been successfully used in other studies, allows stepwise assessment by repeated scans of the same root specimen. A recent study suggested the use of solvents during retreatments as this technique reduced the amount of debris extruded apically and also reduced the time taken to retreat teeth. Another important aspect that was taken into consideration was the volume of sealer and the quantity of chloroform used in the study.
The same rendering settings were applied to both the second obturated and third retreated scan datasets and the volumes of sealer determined again using the getvolume function. Materials and Methods Fifty-six extracted human maxillary incisors were instrumented and randomly divided into 4 groups of 14 teeth: Each specimen was scanned three times: Evaluation of radiopacity, pH, release of calcium ions, and flow of a bioceramic root canal sealer.
The specimens were scanned a second time with the micro-CT using the same scanning parameters to confirm the homogeneity of root canal obturation. Evaluation of push-out bond strength of endosequence BC sealer with lateral condensation and thermoplasticized technique: These results were verified and related closely with the longitudinal sections of the teeth Figure 1.
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Most sections showed only residual sealer, however, there were a few specimens in all the groups that did show some residual gutta percha with sealer Figure 1. Roots with curvatures higher than twenty degrees were excluded. Each canal was filled with irrigant during instrumentation. The efficacy of ProTaper Universal rotary retreatment instrumentation to remove single gutta-percha cones cemented with several endodontic sealers.
The same volumes of sealer were used for both groups of teeth. Conclusion The results of this study demonstrate that the BC Sealer group had significantly more residual filling material than the AH Plus group regardless of whether or not both sealers were retreated with chloroform.
Retreatment efficacy of hand versus automated instrumentation in oval-shaped root canals: For subdivision of the root canal into thirds apical, middle, and coronalthe rendered datasets were virtually cut in the horizontal plane such that each third consisted of the exact number of rendered slices. Group 1B showed less residual material compared to Group 2B, however, these results were not statistically significant.
Han L, Okiji T. Gutta-percha solvents-a comparative study. After access, cavity preparation patency and working length were determined by introducing a size 10 Flexofile Dentsply Maillefer, Tulsa, OK, USA in the canal until it was visible at the apical foramen and by subtracting 1 mm from this measurement for a working length WL of 16 mm.
A prospective study of the factors affecting outcomes of nonsurgical root canal treatment: Solubility of root canal sealers with different organic solvents.
Efficacy of different solvents in removing gutta-percha from curved root canals: