odontic


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odontic

(ɒˈdɒntɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) relating to teeth
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Single use Pre-sterilized (gamma sterilized) end- odontic files and burs may soon replace and reduce the burden of sterilizing endodontic files and burs in the future.
The performance of ProTaper system during the end odontic retreatment.
It was observed that those dentists who were practicing end- odontic were much prone to CTS (25.
effeCtS of fluoRoSiS ANd Self etChiNG pRimeRS oN SheAR boNd StReNGthS of oRth- odoNtiC bRACKetS.
faecalis is also particularly prevalent in end odontic infections, (3) in which the pulp may become infected via dentinal tubules, carious lesions, or periodontal disease.
Pain of endodontic origin has been a major concern to the patients and clinicians so the main goal of end- odontic procedure is to control pain during and after root canal treatment and keeps the tooth healthy and allowing it to be functional.
It was decided to splint the tooth followed by end- odontic treatment.
1-3 The Washington Study of end- odontic success and failure suggests percolation of periradicular exudate into the incompletely filled canal as the greatest cause of endodontic failure.
The elimination of pathogens from the root canal system is most important for successful end- odontic treatment which needs canal preparation canal disinfection and canal obturation.
9 42% incidences of missed roots or canals were discovered as one of the reason for end- odontic treatment failure.