The Success of Endodontic Therapy Healing and Functionality

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Posted on By Dr.Saif Nagm In Endodontics

1 mesial and 2 distal canals of tooth #46


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Current, relevant knowledge on the outcome of
endodontic therapy is key to clinical decision making,
particularly when endodontic treatment is
weighed against tooth extraction and replacement.
Appreciate your success of endodontic therapy. I say good work to you. I had recently suggest my friend for root canal treatment from Dentzz. I read dozens of good dentzz review online here http://www.dentzz.com/patient-experiences2.html


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Root canal therapy is still the main method of pulp and periapical disease. So people are very concerned about the efficacy of root canal therapy, especially after some high standards of treatment is still the reason for failure has been deeply concerned by the physician. The reason is summarized in the following aspects:

Anatomical factors, including collateral root canal, root canal, apical divergence and apical fork, etc.

In the process of treatment of iatrogenic factors such as root canal side was not found, root canal filling, poor crown closed state and the treatment process of paper tips, cotton twist left and so on;

Microbial infection in the root canal is not controlled, in recent years outside the root canal infection, especially by the scholars of concern.


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