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Antimicrobial effect of irrigant combinations within dentinal tubules.
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All irrigant regimens were more effective than saline in killing bacteria and at specific concentrations a synergistic effect was noted when mixtures of chlorhexidine and hydrogen peroxide were under test.
Antibacterial synergistic effect of chlorhexidine and hydrogen peroxide against Streptococcus sobrinus, Streptococcus faecalis and Staphylococcus aureus.
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It is suggested that CHX and HP can be of use in controlling the dental plaque in the oral cavity through alteration of the bacterial cell-surface by CHX thereby allowing for an increased amount of HP to penetrate and to react with the intercellular organelles of the bacteria.
Bactericidal and cytotoxic effects of sodium hypochlorite and sodium dichloroisocyanurate solutions in vitro.
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It seems that both agents were very effective in killing bacteria, and their cytotoxicity to fibroblasts in tissue culture was similar.
Effect of sodium hypochlorite on dentin microhardness.
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This study evaluated the effect on root dentin microhardness of 2.5% and 6% sodium hypochlorite solutions for various irrigation periods in bovine roots to find a decrease was found at 500 mum between the control and samples irrigated with 6% NaOCl and 2.
Incidence of external root resorption and esthetic results in 58 bleached pulpless teeth.
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The results caution against indiscriminate use of bleaching with hydrogen peroxide, and emphasize the importance of preventive measures and postoperative follow-up of bleached pulpless teeth.
Endodontic failure caused by inadequate restorative procedures: review and treatment recommendations.
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The literature suggests that the prognosis of root canal-treated teeth can be improved by sealing the canal and minimizing the leakage of oral fluids and bacteria into the periradicular areas as soon as possible after the completion ofRoot canal therapy.
Clinical considerations in the treatment of dens invaginatus.
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Clinical considerations for case selection and treatment planning of invaginated teeth, a developmental malformation of teeth which results from abnormal morphodiflerentiation, are discussed.
Efficacy of a sustained-release device containing chlorhexidine and Ca(OH)2 in preventing secondary infection of dentinal tubules.
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Evaluating the efficacy of the antibacterial activity of Ca(OH)2 and a sustained-release device containing chlorhexidine (SRD) in both sterilization and prevention of secondary infection of the root canal system demonstrated that both formulations of the SRD significantly reduced the bacterial population in the primary infected groups, as well as preventing secondary infections of the dentinal tubules in the recontaminated group.
Dental Complications Following Gastric Restrictive Bariatric Surgery
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Medical teams need to consider potential dental problems after bariatric surgery, and to supply their patients with the appropriate information and instructions regarding oral hygiene maintenance, healthy dietary patterns and regular dental health monitoring by a dentist or dental hygienist.
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