The successful outcome of an endodontic therapy
depends on certain factors in which the most important is root canal preparation.1 One of the most common causes of root canal failure is inadequate debridement of root canal space, leaving pulp tissue remnants, microorganisms or their byproducts in the canal space.
Its services include dental implants; cosmetic dentistry, such as teeth whitening; orthodontics with Fastbraces[R]; endodontic therapy
; and wisdom teeth extraction.
The space present in the pulp chamber by endodontic therapy
with minimal tooth preparation provides predictable outcomes.
Choosing an appropriate root canal irrigation solutions during endodontic therapy
is crucial to disinfection of root canals and an increase in the permeability of dentinal tubules, permitting a proper adaptation of filling materials to canal walls (6, 7).
The main objective of endodontic therapy
is to eliminate pathogenic microorganisms which are the major confounding factor in the treatment of infected root canals and periapical healing (1).
plays a key role in maintaining the integrity of the natural dentition which is essential for full function and natural esthetics.
This would have necessitated, in some areas, elective endodontic therapy
and the use of intra-radicular posts to retain a core, prior to crown placement.
An evaluation of mechanical instrumentation and the negative culture in endodontic therapy
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No evidence that magnification devices improve the success of endodontic therapy
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Regenerative endodontic therapy
: A data analysis of clinical protocols.
.This is primarily because the outcome of an endodontic therapy
is influenced by many factors that are not visible to the naked eye - e.g.
Because of this deficiency in the penetration depth of the disinfecting solutions, microorganisms survive and are a cause of failed endodontic therapy