Human pulpectomy: incidence of postoperative pain using two different intracanal dressings.
- Published Article
International endodontic journal
- Publication Date
Sep 01, 1992
A clinical study using vital maxillary central incisors was performed to evaluate the incidence of postoperative pain after pulpectomy and dressing with a corticosteroid-antibiotic preparation or a calcium-hydroxide paste. Sixty teeth from 45 patients were prepared and dressed on the first visit and re-evaluated 7 days later. No difference was observed in the incidence of postoperative pain between the two groups.
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