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Mechanical Behavior Of Premolars With Incomplete Rhizogenesis After Apexification And Revascularization A Finite Element Study, Camila Barbosa, Fernando Faria-Júnior, Gustavo Guerrero, Ana Carolina Silva, Alexandre Borges, Marcia Valera 2024 Sao Paulo State University

Mechanical Behavior Of Premolars With Incomplete Rhizogenesis After Apexification And Revascularization A Finite Element Study, Camila Barbosa, Fernando Faria-Júnior, Gustavo Guerrero, Ana Carolina Silva, Alexandre Borges, Marcia Valera

Annual Research Symposium

The aim of this study was to evaluate the mechanical resistance of premolars with incomplete rhizogenesis using the FEA methodology, comparing apexification methods and regenerative endodontic procedures.


Torsional Evaluation On Different Bending Conditions Of Two Nickel Titanium Rotary Glide Path Files With Different Alloy, Chiara Bramucci 2024 Roseman University of Health Sciences

Torsional Evaluation On Different Bending Conditions Of Two Nickel Titanium Rotary Glide Path Files With Different Alloy, Chiara Bramucci

Annual Research Symposium

The aim of the current study is to compare the torsional resistance of two different glidepath files, the Mtwo 10.04 and the Hyflex EDM Glide Path files 10.05, under different bending conditions.


Effects Of Extraction Versus Non Extraction In Orthodontic Treatment On Buccal Corridor Ratio (Bcr), Emad Hussein, Sari Amer, Mohammad Abu Mowais, Nezar Watted, Stathis Effstathiou 2024 Arab American University, Palestine

Effects Of Extraction Versus Non Extraction In Orthodontic Treatment On Buccal Corridor Ratio (Bcr), Emad Hussein, Sari Amer, Mohammad Abu Mowais, Nezar Watted, Stathis Effstathiou

Journal of the Arab American University مجلة الجامعة العربية الامريكية للبحوث

Objective: To compare the influence of dental extractions to non-extraction orthodontic treatment on smile fullness and buccal corridor ratio (BCR).

Materials and Methods: 47 subjects from a university archive had pre- and post-treatment standardized extraoral diagnostic clinical photographs, randomly selected and distributed according to having undergone extractions (Group 1, n=24, 22 females and 2 males, mean age =20.5 ±5 years) pre-treatment, (Group 3, n=24, 22 females and 2 males, mean age =20.5 ±5 years) post treatment, or non-extraction (Group 2, n=23, 18 females and 5 males, mean age=20.9 ± 4 years) pre-treatment, (Group 4, n=23, 18 females and 5 males, …


Comparative Evaluation Of Marginal Adaptation Of Two Sealers With Two Different Obturation Techniques Using Sem (An In Vitro Study), Nada Mohammady Shaheen, Wael Hussein Kamel, Ahmed Abdel Rahman Hashem, Mahmoud Mohamed Badr 2024 Future university in Egypt

Comparative Evaluation Of Marginal Adaptation Of Two Sealers With Two Different Obturation Techniques Using Sem (An In Vitro Study), Nada Mohammady Shaheen, Wael Hussein Kamel, Ahmed Abdel Rahman Hashem, Mahmoud Mohamed Badr

Future Dental Journal

Aim: The sealing ability of endodontic obturation plays a important role in long term prognosis of an endodontic treatment. Aim To evaluate and compare the marginal adaptation of epoxy resin-based sealer (AH Plus) versus Bioceramic-based sealer (Total fill BC Sealer) to root canals that obturated with two obturation techniques (Lateral condensation and single cone techniques) using scanning electron microscope (SEM). Materials and Methods Sixty recently extracted single rooted mandibular premolars teeth were disinfected. Access cavity preparation was performed followed by cleaning and shaping, using 2.6% NaOCl as final irrigation protocol. Teeth were then equally divided into 4 groups according to …


Diagnostic Accuracy Of Cbct In The Differential Diagnosis Of Apical Cysts And Granulomas Using Histopathological Findings As A Reference Standard: A Systematic Revew, Fatima Zohra ROUGGANI, Chaimaa KABIL, Rachida MAYOU, Sidi Mohamed . BOUZOUBAA 2024 Professeur Agrégée à l'UM6SS UM6SS: Universite Mohammed VI des Sciences de la Sante Casablanca, MOROCCO

Diagnostic Accuracy Of Cbct In The Differential Diagnosis Of Apical Cysts And Granulomas Using Histopathological Findings As A Reference Standard: A Systematic Revew, Fatima Zohra Rouggani, Chaimaa Kabil, Rachida Mayou, Sidi Mohamed . Bouzoubaa

Health Sciences

Introduction

The periapical lesions represent a complex group. Granulomas and cysts represent the two most frequent forms in routine clinical practice.

Aim: Highlight the diagnostic accuracy of CBCT imaging in the differential diagnosis between a cyst and a granuloma compared to histopathological examination as a reference technique.

Materials and Methods:

Our literature search involved articles published in the following databases: PubMed, Cochrane, science direct and Google scholar.

Our intention was to review recent articles from the last 5 years and to select studies conducted in significantly changed socio-medical contexts that could have a positive impact on the validity of our …


Oral And Dental Health In Systemic Sclerosis: Is It A Window To Other Systemic Affections?, Omnia A Abubakr, Taghreed F M M Mostafa, Mohamed A Hamdy 2024 Department of Physical Medicine, Rheumatology and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt

Oral And Dental Health In Systemic Sclerosis: Is It A Window To Other Systemic Affections?, Omnia A Abubakr, Taghreed F M M Mostafa, Mohamed A Hamdy

Journal of Medicine in Scientific Research

Background: Oral and periodontal manifestations are common in systemic sclerosis (SSc) which may result in poor nutritional status and significant morbidity. Better understanding of these manifestations is crucial for better patient outcomes. We aimed to evaluate dental and oral manifestations in patients with SSc in comparison to healthy control and to study the relationship between these findings and systemic sclerosis disease activity index, skin thickness, other systemic affection, as well as the oral health-related quality of life in these patients Patients and Methods: 50 patients with SSc were included in this case-control study (Group A) and 50 apparently healthy controls …


Effect Of Triple Antibiotic Paste, Double Antibiotic Paste, And Calcium Hydroxide On Antibiotic Resistance Of Tet Repressor Proteins, Tetracycline Resistance Gene W, And Tetracycline Resistance Gene Q: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial, Ertuğrul Karataş, Özgen Kırmızıbekmez, Mustafa Özkan Baltacı, Ahmet Adıgüzel 2023 Department of Endodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Atatürk University, Erzurum, Turkiye

Effect Of Triple Antibiotic Paste, Double Antibiotic Paste, And Calcium Hydroxide On Antibiotic Resistance Of Tet Repressor Proteins, Tetracycline Resistance Gene W, And Tetracycline Resistance Gene Q: A Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial, Ertuğrul Karataş, Özgen Kırmızıbekmez, Mustafa Özkan Baltacı, Ahmet Adıgüzel

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Objective: To investigate the effect of the use of Calcium Hydroxide (Ca(OH)2), Triple Antibiotic Paste (TAP), and Double Antibiotic Paste (DAP) as intra-canal medicaments on the development of antibiotic resistance by evaluating tetracycline genes. Methods: Forty five patients were randomly assigned into 3 groups according to the intracanal medication using a web program (www.randomizer.org), (Ca(OH)2, TAP and DAP). Root canal bacteriological samples were collected before root canal treatment (S1) and after chemo-mechanical procedures (S2). Following root canal shaping procedures, intra-canal medication of the root canals was performed with selected intra-canal medicament. A second appointment was planned for the …


The Effect Of Several Electric Cigarette Puffs On Nanohybrid Composite Resin Surface Roughness, Alvi Rizqi Amaliyah, Haris Budi Widodo, Irfan Dwiandhono 2023 Department of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto, Indonesia

The Effect Of Several Electric Cigarette Puffs On Nanohybrid Composite Resin Surface Roughness, Alvi Rizqi Amaliyah, Haris Budi Widodo, Irfan Dwiandhono

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Nanohybrid composite resin is a dental restorative material comprising micro and nano-sized fillers. When accompanied by smoking habits, it can alter the surface roughness of composite resin. Objective: This study aimed to determine the effect of several electric cigarette (e-cigarette) puffs on the surface roughness of nanohybrid composite resin. Methods: This study was conducted in the experimental laboratory with a pretest-posttest control group design using 48 nanohybrid composite resin specimens divided into six groups. Subsequently, the experimental groups were exposed to 75, 150, 225, 300, and 450 puffs of e-cigarette, and the control group was given artificial saliva …


Comparison And Assessment Of Design, Handling Characteristics, And Efficacy Of Hand Instruments In Calculus Removal, Mohan Kumar Pasupuleti, Krishna Ganesh, Gautami S Penmetsa, Boddeda Anusha, Haripriya Narukurthi, Kommina Mouna Sahith 2023 Department of Periodontics and Implantology, Vishnu Dental College, Bhimavaram, India

Comparison And Assessment Of Design, Handling Characteristics, And Efficacy Of Hand Instruments In Calculus Removal, Mohan Kumar Pasupuleti, Krishna Ganesh, Gautami S Penmetsa, Boddeda Anusha, Haripriya Narukurthi, Kommina Mouna Sahith

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Objective: primary objective of periodontal therapy is to remove supra and subgingival deposits from the tooth surface to stop disease progression. The purpose of the study is to address the instrument selection and its efficacy in calculus removal. Methods: A total of 50 subjects who fulfilled the criteria were included in the study. Participants were subjected to a complete periodontal examination, and the responses from 50 dental house surgeons were compared based on the instrument design, handling characteristics, and efficacy of calculus removal by using two sets of instruments. Results: The LM instrument was rated as best …


Elastic Recovery Properties Of Alginate Impression Materials Based On Red Algae Kappaphycus Alvarezii, Didin Erma Indahyani, Izzata Barid, Nafisah Nafisah, Depi Praharani, Agus Sumono, Niken Probosari, Sulistiyani Sulistiyani 2023 Department of Oral Biology, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Jember, Jember, Indonesia

Elastic Recovery Properties Of Alginate Impression Materials Based On Red Algae Kappaphycus Alvarezii, Didin Erma Indahyani, Izzata Barid, Nafisah Nafisah, Depi Praharani, Agus Sumono, Niken Probosari, Sulistiyani Sulistiyani

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Alginate impression materials in dentistry are used to form details of the oral cavity organs. The alginate content in the impression material functions to form a gel. One source of alginate is algae. Objective: This study aims to determine the recovery elasticity and setting time of alginate impression materials made from red algae K. alvarezii. Methods: The sodium alginate in the composition of this alginate impression material was extracted from red algae K. alvarezii. The alginate impression material was tested for setting time and recovery elasticity and compared with commercial impression material (Hygedent®). Results: The elastic …


Contents Vol 30 No 3 2023, Dr. Yuniardini Septorini Septorini Wimardhani 2023 Universitas Indonesia

Contents Vol 30 No 3 2023, Dr. Yuniardini Septorini Septorini Wimardhani

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

This is the content of Vol. 30 number 3 2023.


Clinically Effective Regenerative Therapy For Primary Endodontic Lesions With Secondary Periodontal Lesions: A Case Report, Martina Amalia, Budi Budi, Iceu Estu Kurmaena, Nevi Yanti, Hesty Nurcahyanti, Aini Hariyani Nasution 2023 Department of Periodontic, Faculty of Dentistry,Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia

Clinically Effective Regenerative Therapy For Primary Endodontic Lesions With Secondary Periodontal Lesions: A Case Report, Martina Amalia, Budi Budi, Iceu Estu Kurmaena, Nevi Yanti, Hesty Nurcahyanti, Aini Hariyani Nasution

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

The diagnosis and prognosis of teeth with endo-perio lesions present a major challenge for dentists. Proper diagnosis is critical in determining treatment and the long-term prognosis. However, treating complex endodontic and periodontal lesions is one of the most common challenges in current clinical practice. The coexistence of pulpal and periodontal tissue damage may complicate diagnosis and further influence dental prognosis. This article consists of a case report evaluating the efficacy of xenografts and resorbable membrane pericardium in treating bifurcation lesions associated with periodontal lesions of the left mandibular first molar. A 22-year-old female patient was referred by conservative dentistry with …


Management Of Ankyloglossia In A Non-Syndromic Patient Using A Super Pulsed Laser: A Life-Changing Treatment- A Case Report, Urfi Jawed, Afaf Zia, Ramniwas Kumawat, Afshan Bey, Maahin Mahmood 2023 Department of Periodontics and Community Dentistry, Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed Dental College, Aligarh Muslim University, Uttar Pradesh, India

Management Of Ankyloglossia In A Non-Syndromic Patient Using A Super Pulsed Laser: A Life-Changing Treatment- A Case Report, Urfi Jawed, Afaf Zia, Ramniwas Kumawat, Afshan Bey, Maahin Mahmood

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Objective: Ankyloglossia affects a person’s overall well-being and life, from malnutrition due to poor feeding and mechanical problems to psychological stress and low self-esteem, thus affecting social life. This case reports the use of non-scalpel techniques, such as a super pulsed laser, to manage ankyloglossia in a non-syndromic patient suffering from speech incompetence and restricted tongue mobility and highlights its advantages over other conventional techniques. Case Report: A 17-year-old male patient presented with a complaint of restricted tongue mobility, due to which he could not pronounce certain words clearly. As the patient was apprehensive about the use of …


Comparison Of Edta And Boric Acid Irrigation In Terms Of Root Canal Dentin Microhardness And Sealer Penetration Depth, Selen İnce Yusufoğlu, Esma Saricam, Neslihan Bulak, Mustafa Güngörmüs, Fatih Tulumbacı, Suat Özcan 2023 Department of Endodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, Ankara, Turkiye

Comparison Of Edta And Boric Acid Irrigation In Terms Of Root Canal Dentin Microhardness And Sealer Penetration Depth, Selen İnce Yusufoğlu, Esma Saricam, Neslihan Bulak, Mustafa Güngörmüs, Fatih Tulumbacı, Suat Özcan

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Chemo mechanical preparation is one of the important stages for successful endodontic treatment, and Boric acid has been proposed as an alternative irrigation solution for root canal treatment. Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of irrigation with boric acid (BA) and EDTA on the mineral content and microhardness of dentin and penetration of the AH Plus root canal sealer. Methods: 63 single-rooted teeth were instrumented. Microhardness analysis, 45 teeth were cut longitudinally and then transversely to obtain dentin. Pre- and post-treatment microhardness values were measured. The samples were randomly assigned into 3 groups …


Endodontic Therapy, Crown Amputation, And Soft Tissue Advancement To Treat A Hopeless Tooth, Timothy Daws DDS, Thomas Bolten DDS, MD 2023 Clinical Endodontic Practice, Shelby Township MI

Endodontic Therapy, Crown Amputation, And Soft Tissue Advancement To Treat A Hopeless Tooth, Timothy Daws Dds, Thomas Bolten Dds, Md

The Journal of the Michigan Dental Association

Managing patients with a history of intravenous bisphosphonates and antiresorptive medications poses challenges in clinical decision-making. Extractions are generally discouraged in these patients due to the risk of medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ). This case study presents an 89-year-old female with metastatic breast cancer on Xgeva, facing a non-restorable tooth (#30). A collaborative approach involving the general dentist, endodontist, and oral surgeon employed endodontic therapy, crown amputation, and soft tissue advancement, avoiding extraction. The technique, akin to coronectomy, mitigates MRONJ risk by preserving bone integrity. Follow-up assessments indicate successful treatment without complications, highlighting the efficacy of this approach in …


Root And Canal Morphology Of Mandibular Second Molars In An Egyptian Subpopulation: A Cone-Beam Computed Tomography Study, Shehabeldin Mohamed Saber Prof.Dr. 2023 The British University in Egypt

Root And Canal Morphology Of Mandibular Second Molars In An Egyptian Subpopulation: A Cone-Beam Computed Tomography Study, Shehabeldin Mohamed Saber Prof.Dr.

Dentistry

Background: This study was using Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) to examine the anatomical variations in mandibular second molars in an Egyptian sub-population. Methods: A total of 350 CBCT images (215 females and 135 males, aged 15–65 years) of mandibular second molars were evaluated. Samples were evaluated in terms of: number of roots, number of root canals, roots’ cross section as well as prevalence and configurations of C-shaped canals. Statistical analysis was done to highlight differences between different categories and their prevalence among genders (significance level was set at p < 0.05). Data were presented as frequency and percentage values and were analyzed using chi square test followed by pairwise comparisons utilizing multiple Fisher’s exact tests with Bonferroni correction. The significance level was set at p < 0.05 within all tests. Results: Of the 350 mandibular second molars evaluated, 87.2% were non-C-shaped while 12.8% were C-shaped with no gender-based statistically significant differences (χ2 = 0.19, p = 0.656). Most samples had three root canals (80%) followed by two (16%), then one (3.2%), and finally four (0.8%) root canals. Among the non-C-shaped molars, presence of two roots was most common (83.4%) followed by presence of a single root (16.2%), and only one sample (0.2%) had three roots, and this had no correlation with gender (χ2 = 1.86, p = 0.431). In the mesial roots Type IV Vertucci was the most common configuration found (68.8%), while Type I was the most prevalent in the distal roots (91.8%). The long oval configuration was the most commonly found cross section in mesial roots while “oval” was the most prevalent in distal roots. Conclusion: Egyptian sub-population shows highly variable morphological features in mandibular second molars, hence, CBCT is highly recommended on case-to-case conditions


Root And Canal Morphology Of Mandibular Second Molars In An Egyptian Subpopulation: A Cone-Beam Computed Tomography Study, Shehabeldin Mohamed Saber Prof.Dr. 2023 The British University in Egypt

Root And Canal Morphology Of Mandibular Second Molars In An Egyptian Subpopulation: A Cone-Beam Computed Tomography Study, Shehabeldin Mohamed Saber Prof.Dr.

Dentistry

Background: This study was using Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) to examine the anatomical variations in mandibular second molars in an Egyptian sub-population. Methods: A total of 350 CBCT images (215 females and 135 males, aged 15–65 years) of mandibular second molars were evaluated. Samples were evaluated in terms of: number of roots, number of root canals, roots’ cross section as well as prevalence and configurations of C-shaped canals. Statistical analysis was done to highlight differences between different categories and their prevalence among genders (significance level was set at p < 0.05). Data were presented as frequency and percentage values and were analyzed using chi square test followed by pairwise comparisons utilizing multiple Fisher’s exact tests with Bonferroni correction. The significance level was set at p < 0.05 within all tests. Results: Of the 350 mandibular second molars evaluated, 87.2% were non-C-shaped while 12.8% were C-shaped with no gender-based statistically significant differences (χ2 = 0.19, p = 0.656). Most samples had three root canals (80%) followed by two (16%), then one (3.2%), and finally four (0.8%) root canals. Among the non-C-shaped molars, presence of two roots was most common (83.4%) followed by presence of a single root (16.2%), and only one sample (0.2%) had three roots, and this had no correlation with gender (χ2 = 1.86, p = 0.431). In the mesial roots Type IV Vertucci was the most common configuration found (68.8%), while Type I was the most prevalent in the distal roots (91.8%). The long oval configuration was the most commonly found cross section in mesial roots while “oval” was the most prevalent in distal roots. Conclusion: Egyptian sub-population shows highly variable morphological features in mandibular second molars, hence, CBCT is highly recommended on case-to-case conditions.


J Mich Dent Assoc December 2023, 2023 American Dental Association

J Mich Dent Assoc December 2023

The Journal of the Michigan Dental Association

Every month, The Journal of the Michigan Dental Association brings news, information, and features about Michigan dentistry to our state's oral health community and the MDA's 6,200+ members. No publication reaches more Michigan dentists!

In this issue, the reader will find the following:

  • A cover story on “New Dentists’ Most Asked Legal Questions”
  • A case report on “Endodontic Therapy, Crown Amputation, and Soft Tissue Advancement to Treat a Hopeless Tooth”
  • A feature “Be a Leader in Your Practice: What’s Your Style?”
  • 2023 Author/Title Index to the Journal of the Michigan Dental Association
  • News you need, a Guest Editorial and regular …


Comparison Of Centering Ability And Canal Transportation Of Trunatomy Files With Different File Systems, Ecehan Hazar, Gediz Geduk, Ezgi Coşkun, Sibel Koçak, Baran Can Sağlam, Mustafa Murat Koçak 2023 Department of Endodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Zonguldak Bülent Ecevit University, Zonguldak, Turkey

Comparison Of Centering Ability And Canal Transportation Of Trunatomy Files With Different File Systems, Ecehan Hazar, Gediz Geduk, Ezgi Coşkun, Sibel Koçak, Baran Can Sağlam, Mustafa Murat Koçak

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Objective: This study aims to evaluate the centering ability and canal transportation of the ProTaper Next, One Curve, and TruNatomy instruments in curved root canals. Methods: Forty-five curved mesiobuccal canals of human mandibular molar teeth were selected, randomly divided into 3 groups, and prepared using the ProTaper Next, One Curve, and TruNatomy files. Cone Beam Computed Tomography images of the cross-sectional planes at 1 mm, 3 mm, 5 mm, and 7 mm from the apical foramen were determined before and after the preparation. For each specified millimeter canal transportation and centering ability were measured. Statistical analysis was performed …


Oral Leukoplakia: Diagnosis And Management Revisited, Isaäc van der Waal 2023 VU medical center Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Oral Leukoplakia: Diagnosis And Management Revisited, Isaäc Van Der Waal

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

The definition of oral leukoplakia has not much changed during the past five decades and is still a definition by exclusion of ‘known’ lesions. Therefore, a diagnosis of leukoplakia is not always a straightforward one for the clinicians and, to some extent, also for the pathologists. The traditional clinical classification in homogeneous and nonhomogeneous leukoplakia may just be simplified into leukoplakia (thin and thick/verrucous) and erythroleukoplakia. In spite of numerous reported predictive molecular and genetic parameters of malignant transformation, the presence and grade of epithelial dysplasia as assessed by histopathological examination is still the most important one. Of the various …


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