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Unusual endodontic failures

Arthur I. Arshawsky

Unusual endodontic failures

by Arthur I. Arshawsky

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Published by University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Sc.D.)--University of Toronto, 1971.

StatementArthur I. Arshawsky.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16176823M

This superbly illustrated book provides detailed information on the causes of instrument failure during endodontic treatment, the factors influencing the management of such cases, and the diverse management options that may be employed to resolve the problem. Get this from a library! Managing endodontic failure in practice. [Bun San Chong] -- The aim of this book is to provide practitioners with an understanding of the biological principles and the practical techniques to handle endodontic failures. A substantial part of the text is.

Root canal treatment (also known as endodontic therapy, endodontic treatment, or root canal therapy) is a treatment sequence for the infected pulp of a tooth which is intended to result in the elimination of infection and the protection of the decontaminated tooth from future microbial invasion. Root canals, and their associated pulp chamber, are the physical hollows within a tooth that are.   Endodontic Considerations in Patients with Congestive Cardiac Failure. In congestive cardiac failure, there is a mismatch between blood supply and organ demand. A determination must be made via physician consultation on the status of the disease prior to treatment (i.e., is it .

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Unusual endodontic failures by Arthur I. Arshawsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

PERSISTENCE OF BACTERIA. One of the foremost causes of endodontic failure is persistent microbiological infection.[] The role of bacteria in periradicular infection has been well established in literature and endodontic treatment will be afflicted with a higher chance of failure if microorganisms persist in the canals at the time of root canal obturation.[]Cited by: However, endodontic failure may happen in a number of teeth following the conventional endodontic treatment.

There are a Unusual endodontic failures book of factors associated with endodontic failure including insufficient. The majority of the endodontic failures were noted in the age group III (%) and minimum endodontic failures were found in the age group I (%).

According to the tooth type, the majority of the endodontic failures were noted in maxillary molars (%), mandibular molars (20%) and maxillary premolars (%).Cited by: 3. JOURNAL OF ENDODONTICS [ VOL 3, NO 9, SEPTEMBER AN ENDODONTIC FAILURE CAUSED BY AN UNUSUAL ANATOMICAL ANOMALY M.

Peikoff, DM'D, MScD, and J. Trott, MDS, Winnipeq, Canada Anatomical anomalies in the number, size, shape, direction, and distribution of root canals are an everyday oc- currence to the by:   • No significant difference in failure existed between any of the teeth in either arch • No particular tooth can be considered a higher endodontic risk • A wide discrepancy between the mandibular second premolar with a failure rate of % and the mandibular first premolar with a failure rate of % • Canal anatomy might account for.

The British Dental Journal's (BDJ) series and subsequent textbook A clinical guide to endodontics was written and subjected to editorial review duringbeing published as a book. This book provides clear, concise guidance on a range of essential treatment strategies for the provision of reliable endodontic care.

Practical clinical procedures are described step by step and key concepts emphasized with the aid of a wealth of high-quality illustrations and photographs. Endodontic diagnosis is the starting point of achieving successful treatment outcomes.

Understanding that a major factor in endodontic treatment failure is the persistence of microbial infection in the root-canal system and/or periradicular area is also important. In addition, realizing a pulpitis is inflammation and not infection is just as. Book • 4th Edition • Biological and clinical rationale for root-canal treatment and management of its failure.

"Endodontics is a valuable resource for clinicians at all levels with an interest in this specialty and also for those looking for practical advice to improve their clinical practice.".

Endodontic failures 1. endodontic failures and retreatment 2. Introdution• In different studies success rate ranges from 54 percent to 95 percent.• The definition of success is ambiguous - stringent: radiographic and clinical normalcy - lenient: only clinical normalcy 3.

8. Causes of Persistent Post-treatment Pain in Endodontics 9. Systemic Implications of Endodontic Infections Section 2 The treatment Preventing Endodontic Infections Controlling Endodontic Infections Chemomechanical Preparation Intracanal Medication Obturation of the Root Canal System Treating Failures: Retreatment and Reviews: 3.

With improvements in oral health and changes in patient attitudes, it is no longer acceptable to extract teeth simply because of periapical disease and endodontic failure. This book provides practitioners with a concise, practical overview of biological principles and practical techniques for handling endodontic failures.

Because careful treatment planning is integral to success, case. Mastering Endodontic Instrumentation 2 Unaware of the benefits of the extraordinary, the ordinary benefits limited the development of the practice and the practitioner continued to operate with the needless threat of failure and/or the unnecessary consumption of book is for those who want to progress beyond that point.

Description: This unique book is a serious study of clinical endodontics that underscores the biologic foundation of endodontic treatment and seeks to bridge the gap between basic endodontic knowledge and advanced endodontic biology. Written by a well-established clinician and a researcher with extensive background in endodontic microbiology.

Taken all together, this makes the endodontic treatment both difficult and time consuming for the dentist. In this article, some of the more common procedural failures that ultimately may lead to treatment failure will be discussed. Endodontic Anatomy One primary cause of failure is a lack of understanding or knowledge of endodontic anatomy.

San Antonio Guide to the Endodontic Literature version Page 3 Freidman 95 Sjogren 97 • or just short of the radiographic apex. Pekruhn (): Evaluated failure with 1steps (n= @ 1 yr). The overall failure rate was %. Most of the failures had preexisting apical periodontitis.

18% of. This is the first edition of a unique endodontic textbook focusing on the key prognostic factors related to all stages of therapy.

The editors, Nadia Chugal and Louis M. The bad news is even if we assume that 90% of all endodontics works, the reciprocal failure rate is 10%. Ten percent of 50 million equates to the possibility of 5 million failures per year. It should be understood that it may take 3, 4 or 5 years for an endodontically treated case to fail.

Time catches up with deficiencies in endodontic treatment. is well known that a leaking restoration may lead to endodontic failure.5,21, In fact, in his study, Vire examined the various reasons for endodontic failure and concluded that % of endodontic failures are caused by factors other than the root canal therapy.

Membership advantage: Download more than dental books. One time fee $75 for one year, no hidden fee. Download with high speed from Google Drive. The current diversity of opinions in endodontic diagnosis has been a source of interest and academic debate by clinicians and researchers.

Currently, no. The data on the biological causes of endodontic failures are recent and scattered in various journals. This communication is meant to provide a comprehensive overview of the etio-pathogenesis of apical periodontitis and the causes of failed endodontic treatments that can be visualized in radiographs as asymptomatic post-treatment periapical.

Amongst 76 unique keywords, Endodontics (n = 7), Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) (n = 7) and Root Canal Treatment (n = 7) were the most frequently used. Conclusion This is the first study to identify and analyse the top 50 most‐cited articles in a specific professional journal within Dentistry.