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A new system for classifying root and root canal morphology.
Ahmed HMA, et al. Int Endod J 2017 - Review. PMID 27578418
Knowledge of root and root canal morphology is a prerequisite for effective nonsurgical and surgical endodontic treatments. The external and internal morphological features of roots are variable and complex, and several classifications have been proposed to define the various types of canal configurations that occur commonly. ...The purpose of this article is to introduce a new classification system that can be adapted to categorize root and root canal configurations in an accurate, simple and reliable manner that can be used in research, clinical practice and training....
Knowledge of root and root canal morphology is a prerequisite for effective nonsurgical and surgical endodontic treatments. Th …
Influence of Tooth Orientation on the Detection of Vertical Root Fracture in Cone-beam Computed Tomography.
Wanderley VA, et al. J Endod 2018. PMID 29866408
INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this study was to assess the influence of tooth orientation in relation to the projection plane of the x-rays on the detection of vertical root fracture (VRF) with different filling materials using cone-beam computed tomographic (CBCT) imaging. ...The root orientation varied the absorbed dose at some anatomic regions. CONCLUSIONS: The orientation of the tooth in relation to the projection plane of the x-rays does not influence the detection of VRF using CBCT imaging irrespective of the intracanal material....
INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this study was to assess the influence of tooth orientation in relation to the projection plane of the x …
Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery: A Novel Approach to Anatomically Challenging Scenarios Using 3-dimensional-printed Guides and Trephine Burs-A Report of 3 Cases
Giacomino CM, et al. J Endod 2018. PMID 29426644
The 3DSG was inserted at the target site to achieve precise osteotomy and root-end resection during surgery. A hollow trephine rotated within the 3DSG port produced single-step osteotomy, root-end resection, and biopsy. ...Apical surgery in challenging anatomic cases such as the palatal root of the maxillary second molar, fused molar roots, and root ends in approximation to the mental nerve are possible with targeted EMS....
The 3DSG was inserted at the target site to achieve precise osteotomy and root-end resection during surgery. A hollow trephine rotate …
Evaluation Of Apical Root Resorption In Endodontically Treated And Vital Teeth In Adult Orthodontic Subjects.
Khan AR, et al. J Ayub Med Coll Abbottabad 2018. PMID 30632325 Free article.
BACKGROUND: External apical root resorption (EARR) is one of the detrimental outcomes of an orthodontic treatment. The study was aimed to compare the mean EARR between endodontically treated and its contralateral vital tooth in adult orthodontic subjects. ...A weak positive correlation was found between the root resorption and patient's age & pretreatment root length. In vital teeth, a weak negative correlation was appeared between root resorption and duration of the treatment. ...
BACKGROUND: External apical root resorption (EARR) is one of the detrimental outcomes of an orthodontic treatment. The study was aime …
Root and Root Canal Morphology of Maxillary First Premolars: A Literature Review and Clinical Considerations.
Ahmad IA and Alenezi MA. J Endod 2016 - Review. PMID 27106718
The aims of this study were to review the available literature with respect to the root and root canal morphology of maxillary first premolars and discuss the clinical considerations of this morphology on the various dental procedures. ...The majority of maxillary first premolars had 1 root (41.7%) or 2 roots (56.6%). Regardless of the number of roots, the vast majority (86.6%) had 2 root canals, with type IV (2-2) being the most common canal configuration (64.8%). ...
The aims of this study were to review the available literature with respect to the root and root canal morphology of maxillary …
Comparison between Two Radiological Methods for Assessment of Tooth Root Resorption: An In Vitro Study.
Saccomanno S, et al. Biomed Res Int 2018. PMID 29687001 Free PMC article.
Then the root of each tooth was dipped into 3-4 mm of 10% nitric acid for 24 hours to simulate the resorption of the root and later submitted again to radiological examinations and measurements using the same criteria and methods. ...CONCLUSIONS: Panoramic radiographs are not useful for the diagnosis of root resorption. The endooral examination is, in medical and legal fields, the most valid and objective instrument to detect root resorption. ...
Then the root of each tooth was dipped into 3-4 mm of 10% nitric acid for 24 hours to simulate the resorption of the root
Cone-beam Computed Tomography for Detecting Vertical Root Fractures in Endodontically Treated Teeth: A Systematic Review.
Chang E, et al. J Endod 2016 - Review. PMID 26631300
INTRODUCTION: A vertical root fracture (VRF), commonly found in teeth with endodontic treatment, is challenging to diagnose and has poor treatment outcomes. Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) has become an increasingly popular imaging modality in endodontics, but image artifacts arising from root-filling materials may hinder VRF detection. ...
INTRODUCTION: A vertical root fracture (VRF), commonly found in teeth with endodontic treatment, is challenging to diagnose and has p …
Comparison of panoramic radiography and CBCT to identify maxillary posterior roots invading the maxillary sinus
Lopes LJ, et al. Dentomaxillofac Radiol 2016. PMID 27268417 Free PMC article.
The relationship between the posterior teeth and the maxillary sinus and panoramic radiography signs (projection of the root apices, interruption of the maxillary sinus floor, lamina dura, darkening in the root apices, and superiorly curving sinus floor enveloping the associated tooth root) associated with protrusion of root apices into the sinus were evaluated. RESULTS: There were differences between the imaging modalities about the positioning of the root apices regarding the sinus (p < 0.05). ...
The relationship between the posterior teeth and the maxillary sinus and panoramic radiography signs (projection of the root apices, …
In Vitro Evaluation of a Novel Root Canal Endoscope for Visualizing the Apex of Curved Root Canal Models and an Extracted Tooth.
Yoshii S, et al. J Endod 2018. PMID 30390969
INTRODUCTION: In straight root canals, intraradicular structures around the root canal orifice and apical foramen can be visualized with a dental operating microscope and commercially available root canal endoscopes. However, the root apex area, including the apical foramen, in a curved root canal cannot be visualized using these devices. In the present study, the potential of a newly developed root canal endoscope implementing an image fiber was examined in 3 types of root canal models and extracted teeth. ...
INTRODUCTION: In straight root canals, intraradicular structures around the root canal orifice and apical foramen can be visua …
Effects of Different Glide Path Files on Apical Debris Extrusion in Curved Root Canals.
Gunes B and Yesildal Yeter K. J Endod 2018. PMID 29884338
INTRODUCTION: Creating a glide path before root canal preparation with nickel-titanium rotary files is essential to prevent the file fracture and to maintain the original root canal configuration. ...Cone-beam computed tomographic imaging was used to evaluate the curvature of the mesial root canals. Specimens were randomly divided into 6 experimental groups according to the root canal preparation (n = 10): group G-File, a glide path with G-Files (Micro-Mega, Besancon, France) + WaveOne Gold preparation; group One G, a glide path with One G (Micro-Mega, Besancon, France) + WaveOne Gold preparation; group ProGlider, a glide path with ProGlider (Dentsply Maillefer) + WaveOne Gold preparation; group PathFile, a glide path with PathFiles (Dentsply Maillefer) + WaveOne Gold; group K-files, a glide path with a K-file + WaveOne Gold preparation; and group without a glide path, WaveOne Gold preparation without a glide path file. ...
INTRODUCTION: Creating a glide path before root canal preparation with nickel-titanium rotary files is essential to prevent the file …
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