INTEREST AND PRINCIPLES OF ENDODONTIC DISINFECTION: CASE REPORT

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INTEREST AND PRINCIPLES OF ENDODONTIC DISINFECTION: CASE REPORT

Authors
  • Jalila, DakkakI
  • Sara, Dhoum
  • Sofia, Drouri
  • Radia, Skalli
  • Mouna, Jabri
Type
Published Article
Journal
International Journal of Advanced Research
Publisher
International Journal Of Advanced Research
Publication Date
Dec 10, 2019
Volume
7
Issue
12
Pages
9–15
Identifiers
DOI: 10.21474/ijar01/10117
Source
MyScienceWork
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Green

Abstract

The main objective of any root canal treatment of an infected teeth is to eliminate microorganisms that colonize the canal system. This disinfection is essentially based on a chemo-mechanical preparation, the endodontic instruments to shape the main canal, associated to the action of the irrigation solutions. The irrigation sequence should begin as soon as the access cavity is performed, during root canal shaping and at the end of the root canal preparation, in order to remove the smear layer generated by the action of the shaping instruments. This action is obtained by the combination of 2.5% sodium hypochlorite and an EDTA-based chelator (Ethylene diamine tetracetic acid). We will explore this whole process through a clinical case with cyst-like chronical periapical periodontitis.

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