alexa The Difference Of Apical Third Of Root Canal Cleanliness From Debris After Irrigation Using A Beveled Needle And A Side Vented Needle
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Oral Health and Dental Management
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18th Asia-Pacific Dental and Oral Care Congress
November 21-23, 2016 Melbourne, Australia

Niza Tapiza
Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: Oral Health Dent Manag
DOI: 10.4172/2247-2452.C1.043
Abstract
Cleaning of the root canal is an important part which will determine the success of root canal treatment. Cleaning is done by irrigating root canal with irrigant delivered by syringe and irrigation needle. Needle’s tip design can affect the result of root canal cleanliness after irrigation. Apical third of root canal is the most difficult part to be cleaned, especially if the irrigation was done by syringe and needle. The aim of this study was to find out the difference of apical third of root canal cleanliness from debris after irrigation using a beveled needle and a side vented needle. This study used 30 extracted upper central incisives as samples. The teeth were divided into two groups; each group of teeth was instrumented and irrigated with 2.5% NaOCl. The first group was irrigated using a beveled needle and the second group was irrigated using a side vented needle. Debris score from both groups were analyzed using independent t-test. Result of this study showed that the group that was irrigated using a side vented needle had a lower debris score (0.091) than the group that was irrigated using a beveled needle (0.117). Statistic test toward the mean of debris score resulted in P>0.05. In conclusion, there was no significant difference of apical third of root canal cleanliness from debris after irrigation using a beveled needle and a side vented needle.
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