The Success of Endodontic Therapy Healing and Functionality

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Posted on By Dr.Saif Nagm In Endodontics

Nonsurgical endodontic treatment/retreatments are a favored treatment option regardless of the lesion size, previous status of tooth, and age of the patient. Treating teeth with periapical lesions can be performed in one-visit if canals are dry. Further studies with more samples are recommended. Also, longer follow ups may be required for larger lesions and long-term prognosis of endodontic treatments.


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Successful dental endodontic treatment in the general dentist’s office is based upon proper case selection.
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Clinical success of endodontic therapy is based on effective treatment of pulpal and apical diseases and preservation of the tooth versus its extraction. However, adequate restoration of an endodontically treated tooth is as important, if not more critical, to the long-term success. As a result, the quality of the restoration should also be considered in this endodontic equation, as endodontic therapy is merely a link in the endodontic-restorative chain. The most effective endodontic treatment will inevitably fail if the tooth is not correctly and efficiently restored. Therefore, while endodontic success alone is dependent on the successful cleaning, shaping, and obturation of the root-canal system, a well-sealing coronal restoration remains a critical factor for the overall success of the case in the long term. This is because endodontic therapy can effectively remove microbes from the root-canal space at the time of treatment, but prevention of recontamination of this space is only possible in the presence of a well-sealing coronal restoration. In the absence of an optimal coronal seal leading to microleakage, the recontamination failure will manifest as an endodontic failure rather than a restorative failure. One of cousin had this and endodontic therapy was sucessfull for him. I am giving here the website(http://etoms.com). Anyone can visit here and see the procedure.


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