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Clinical efficacy of activated irrigation in endodontics: a focused review

Restorative Dentistry & Endodontics 2021년 46권 1호 p.10 ~ 10
Cheung Amelia Wan Tin, Lee Angeline Hui Cheng, Cheung Gary Shun Pan,
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 ( Cheung Amelia Wan Tin ) - University of Hong Kong Faculty of Dentistry Division of Restorative Dental Sciences
 ( Lee Angeline Hui Cheng ) - University of Hong Kong Faculty of Dentistry Division of Restorative Dental Sciences
 ( Cheung Gary Shun Pan ) - University of Hong Kong Faculty of Dentistry Division of Restorative Dental Sciences

Abstract


Root canal debridement, which includes the removal of infected tissues and microbial biofilms, is considered the corner stone of root canal treatment. Chemical adjuncts play a multitude of functions in this regard, as tissue solvents, antimicrobial agents and for removing the smear layer. These adjuncts (irrigants) are usually delivered using a syringe and needle. With increasing knowledge of the complexity of root canal anatomy and tenacity of microbial biofilms, the need for strategies that potentiate the action of these irrigants within the root canal system cannot be overemphasized. Several such activated irrigation strategies exist. The aim of this review is to comprehensively discuss the different irrigant activation methods from the context of clinical studies.

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Sodium hypochlorite; Microbial reduction; Pain; Root canal treatment; Sonic; Ultrasonic

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