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A randomized, controlled trial of 31 healthy volunteers compared 4% articaine with 1:100,000 epinephrine buccal infiltration to buccal plus lingual infiltration of the same dose of drug in achieving… (More)
AIM The aim of this study was to compare preclinical endodontic teaching in Europe, Scandinavia and North America, and to place recent UK data in an international context. METHODOLOGY A postal… (More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to compare the efficacy of supplementary repeat inferior alveolar nerve block with 2% lidocaine and epinephrine, buccal infiltration with 4% articaine with… (More)
OBJECTIVES Qualitative comparison of the clinical, radiographic and histological outcomes in a small sample of cariously exposed primary molars, extracted after unsuccessful pulp treatment by two… (More)
AIM To evaluate factors which influence rubber dam use and irrigant selection in UK National Health Service (NHS) endodontics. METHODOLOGY A postal survey was conducted amongst two age cohorts of… (More)
AIM To test the hypothesis that dentine and pulp protection by conditioning-and-sealing is no less effective than using a conventional calcium hydroxide lining. METHODOLOGY A cohort of healthy… (More)
Pulpal analgesia was only achieved in three-quarters of patients, whether or not they received articaine or lidocaine.
AIM There are few published data on the solubility profiles of endodontic sealers in solvents commonly employed in root canal retreatment. This study tested the hypothesis that root canal sealer… (More)
AIM To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of root canal treatment for a maxillary incisor tooth with a pulp infection, in comparison with extraction and replacement with a bridge, denture or implant… (More)
Articaine infiltration was more successful in this region.