COMPARISON OF THE MICROLEAKAGE OF OCTACALCIUM PHOSPHATE AND MINERAL TRIOXIDE AGGREGATE FOR FURCAL PERFORATION REPAIR: AN IN VITRO STUDY

@inproceedings{Ali2013COMPARISONOT,
  title={COMPARISON OF THE MICROLEAKAGE OF OCTACALCIUM PHOSPHATE AND MINERAL TRIOXIDE AGGREGATE FOR FURCAL PERFORATION REPAIR: AN IN VITRO STUDY},
  author={Saberi Eshagh Ali and Sargolzaei Aval Fereydoon and Hosseini Goosheh Mohsen and Ghamari Maryam},
  year={2013}
}
Objective: Furcal perforation is an undesirable complication that may occur during root canal therapy and seriously compromises the prognosis of endodontic treatment. The prognosis of furcal perforation repair depends on the prevention of bacterial infection of the perforation site. Thus, use of a biocompatible material for complete sealing of the perforation site is critically important. This study aimed to compare the microleakage of mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and octacalcium phosphate… CONTINUE READING

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