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   2000| July-September  | Volume 3 | Issue 3  
    Online since June 16, 2012

 
 
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Efficacy Of Single Visit Root Canal Therapy Using Three Different Canal Preparation Techniques – A Clinical And Radiological Evaluation

July-September 2000, 3(3):127-138
The present study was conducted to evaluate and compare the effectiveness of three different canal preparation techniques, when used in single visit root canal therapy. Forty five permanent mandibular molars were selected and divided into three groups. In Group- A, Crown-down pressureless technique of root canal preparation was used. In Group-B, Double-flared and in Group-C conventional techniques were used to prepare root canals. Sealapex was used as a root canal sealer in all three groups. The treated teeth were examined clinically and radiologically after 1 month, 3 months, 6 months and 12 months. The percentage decrease in radiolucency after 12 months was 84.55 and 89.51 in Group-A, 74.80 and 84.33 in Group-B and 72.46 and 84.61 in Group-C. The findings of this study favours use of Crown-down pressureless technique while undertaking single visit root canal therapy.
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Inter Disciplinary Treatment Approach Procedures - A Case Report

July-September 2000, 3(3):112-118
Over the recent years, the concept of a singular approach for treatment of a case has given way to a more integrated and co-operative effort amongst the various specialties to help combat disease process. This article highlights a case in which interdisciplinary treatment procedures were employed and successful resolution of the disease process was achieved.
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Co-Relation Of Bacteria Invading Periapical Lesion And Cementum – An Invivo Study

July-September 2000, 3(3):119-126
An in vivo study was undertaken to determine whether microorganisms invade periapical cementum of human teeth from adjacent periapical lesions. For this purpose, periapical surgery with apicoectomy was done in 20 maxillary anterior teeth with periapical pathology. The pathological periapical tissue and the cementum from deep apical part of the tooth was placed in thioglycollate broth, which were inoculated for isolation of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. The study showed the presence of both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria in periapical cementum. Prevotella, Fusobacterium, Peptostreptococcus, Eubacterium and Campylobacter were isolated from periapical cementum and accounted for 30% of isolation of bacteria from the total number of cases, whereas 90% of bacteria were isolated from periapical tissues.
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Conservative Dentistry In Rural Areas Of Uttar Pradesh – A Neglected Tragedy

July-September 2000, 3(3):108-111
Recently a great deal of attention is being given by IDA both at Head Office level and local Branches level by the Council of Dental Education and Council of Dental Health programmes. However, inspite of all these efforts at private levels, what measures are being taken to prevent loss of teeth at early age by the government, specially in our rural and semirural areas? The main purpose of this article is to draw attention of our government towards lack of facilities for conservation of teeth at our rural health centers. Inspite of development of latest technologies in prevention of extraction of teeth. Our government doctors are helpless to show their capabilities where they can do their best to preserve those teeth
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True Measurement Of Pulp Vitality – Laser Doppler Flowmetry – A Review

July-September 2000, 3(3):105-107
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Dental Research Abstracts

July-September 2000, 3(3):139-143
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Editorial

July-September 2000, 3(3):103-103
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