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Effect of photon-initiated photoacoustic streaming on removal of apically placed dentinal debris.
TLDR
Photon-induced photoacoustic streaming was more effective than conventional, sonic and ultrasonic irrigation in the removal of apically placed dentinal debris. Expand
Effectiveness of laser-assisted irrigation and passive ultrasonic irrigation techniques on smear layer removal in middle and apical thirds.
TLDR
LAI in the pulp chamber with the combination of 17% EDTA and 2.5% NaOCl better removed the smear layer than LAI applied similarly but without EDTA or PUI with the same NaOOCl and EDTA combinations using an ultrasonically activated file inserted 1 mm short of the working length. Expand
An in vitro comparison of irrigation using photon-initiated photoacoustic streaming, ultrasonic, sonic and needle techniques in removing calcium hydroxide.
TLDR
Photon-initiated photoacoustic streaming provided complete removal of Ca(OH)2 from artificial grooves in straight root canals, and ultrasonic irrigation enhanced the Ca( OH)2 removal capacity of irrigating solution but did not provide complete removal from artificialGrooves. Expand
Effects of root canal preparation, various filling techniques and retreatment after filling on vertical root fracture and crack formation.
TLDR
There were significantly more cracks in the retreatment after WV group than the other groups, with the exception of the retreatments after SC, WV, and CL, which resulted in significantly more cracked than the only prepared and SC. Expand
Efficacy of various irrigation protocols on the removal of triple antibiotic paste.
TLDR
PUI with 1% NaOCl was more effective in removing TAP from artificial grooves in root canals than other irrigating solutions without ultrasonic agitation. Expand
Effect of photo-activated disinfection on bond strength of three different root canal sealers
TLDR
This in vitro study indicated that the PAD system adversely affected the bond strength of the MTA Fillapex root canal sealer. Expand
Fracture resistance of simulated immature teeth after apexification with calcium silicate-based materials
TLDR
Using any of the MTA, Biodentine, and CEM as an apical plug and restoring with fiber post and composite resin increases the fracture resistance of immature teeth. Expand
Evaluation of Different Techniques for Filling Simulated C‐shaped Canals of 3‐dimensional Printed Resin Teeth
TLDR
At the apical part of the canal, the cold lateral compaction and cold injectable filling techniques were more successful compared with the warm gutta‐percha filling techniques in C1 root canal configuration. Expand
Evaluation of effectiveness of various irrigating solutions on removal of calcium hydroxide mixed with 2% chlorhexidine gel and detection of orange-brown precipitate after removal.
TLDR
Irrigation solutions of 7% maleic acid and 10% citric acid were more effective in the removal of calcium hydroxide mixed with 2% chlorhexidine gel than those of 1% NaOCl and 17% EDTA. Expand
Effect of photoactivated disinfection on bond strength of root canal filling.
TLDR
It is concluded that PAD does not adversely affect the bond strength of the AH Plus sealer to root canal dentin and that it can be used for the final disinfection of root canals. Expand
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