Root canal wall thickness of mandibular molars after biomechanical preparation.

@article{Montgomery1985RootCW,
  title={Root canal wall thickness of mandibular molars after biomechanical preparation.},
  author={S. Montgomery},
  journal={Journal of endodontics},
  year={1985},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={
          257-63
        }
}
  • S. Montgomery
  • Published 1985
  • Materials Science, Medicine, Geology
  • Journal of endodontics
A flaring technique for opening the cervical portion of mesial root canals in mandibular molars prior to canal instrumentation was compared with a conventional filing technique. The experimental technique explored the canals to the foramina. The canals were then filed sequentially with #15, 20, and 25 K files only to the beginning curve length. Next a #1 Peeso reamer in an engine-driven handpiece was moved down the canal to the curve length. After this initial opening, the rest of the canal was… Expand
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