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Effects Of Platelet-Rich Plasma And Platelet-Rich Fibrin Usage In Regenerative Endodontic Treatments: An Analysis Of Root Length And Dentin Thickness, Enes Mustafa AŞAR, Murat Selim BOTSALI, Taibe TOKGÖZ KAPLAN 2024 Selcuk University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Paediatric Dentistry

Effects Of Platelet-Rich Plasma And Platelet-Rich Fibrin Usage In Regenerative Endodontic Treatments: An Analysis Of Root Length And Dentin Thickness, Enes Mustafa Aşar, Murat Selim Botsali, Taibe Tokgöz Kaplan

International Journal of Health and Allied Sciences

Background: Regenerative endodontic treatment aims to relieve symptoms and maintain root development and regeneration of pulp tissue. This study aimed to retrospectively examine and compare the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) in the regenerative endodontic treatment (RET) of immature necrotic teeth in terms of clinical and radiographic treatment results.

Materials and Methods: This study included patients who underwent Regenerative Endodontic Treatment (RET) at Selcuk University Faculty of Dentistry between 2014 and 2019, totalling 38 cases. After apical bleeding is induced into the canal, PRP was utilized in 16 cases, while PRF was employed in …


Measuring Accuracy Of Dolphin Imaging Software In Predicting Upper Jaw Soft Tissue Profile Changes In Class Ii Adult Patients Treated With Extraction Versus Non-Extraction., amr amin arif, esam nasef, amira aboalnaga 2024 future university in cairo

Measuring Accuracy Of Dolphin Imaging Software In Predicting Upper Jaw Soft Tissue Profile Changes In Class Ii Adult Patients Treated With Extraction Versus Non-Extraction., Amr Amin Arif, Esam Nasef, Amira Aboalnaga

Future Dental Journal

Abstract

Objective: To assess the accuracy of Dolphin Imaging software in predicting upper jaw profile changes in class II patients treated by extraction and non-extraction.

Methods: The records of 60 Class II div 1 patients were selected; 30 patients treated by extraction of upper first premolar and 30 patients treated by non-extraction. The Pre- and post-treatment lateral cephalometric x-rays of each patient were traced using Dolphin software. The actual hard tissue changes due to treatment were calculated and installed into the prediction module to generate the predicted profile. The soft tissue measurements of the actual post-treatment and predicted profiles were …


Smear Layer Removal Using Two Different Ni-Ti Instruments With Two Different Irrigating Systems. An Invitro Study, Tasneem Mohamed Reyad, wael ahmed hessein, ahmed abdelrahman hashem AH, said abd elhafiz 2024 Future University in Egypt

Smear Layer Removal Using Two Different Ni-Ti Instruments With Two Different Irrigating Systems. An Invitro Study, Tasneem Mohamed Reyad, Wael Ahmed Hessein, Ahmed Abdelrahman Hashem Ah, Said Abd Elhafiz

Future Dental Journal

Objectives: To evaluate and compare smear layer removal in root canals instrumented with two single Ni-Ti rotary instruments with two different irrigating systems. Materials and Methods: Sixty recently extracted single-rooted mandibular premolars teeth were decoronated to a standardized length of 14 mm. Roots were divided into two main groups (n=30) according to the rotary NiTi file used for instrumentation either with One Shape (OS) file or with One Curve file (OC). Each main group was subdivided into three subgroups according to the methods used to agitate the irrigating solutions either sonically or ultrasonically as following: Group A was subdivided into …


The Efficiency Of Passive Ultrasonic Activated Irrigation On The Retrievability Of Guttaflow Bioseal : In Vitro Study, Mohamed El Sayed Zaghloul, Tariq Yehia Abdelrahman Associate Professor, Maram Farouk Obeid Professor 2024 Endodontics Departement - Faculty Of Dentistry - Ain Shams University

The Efficiency Of Passive Ultrasonic Activated Irrigation On The Retrievability Of Guttaflow Bioseal : In Vitro Study, Mohamed El Sayed Zaghloul, Tariq Yehia Abdelrahman Associate Professor, Maram Farouk Obeid Professor

Future Dental Journal

The efficiency of passive ultrasonic activated irrigation on the retrievability of Guttaflow Bioseal ( In Vitro Study )

Abstract:

Background: This study aimed to evaluate the efficiency of passive ultrasonic activated irrigation in the removal of GuttaFlow Bioseal root canal filling material during retreatment.

Materials and subjects: Root canals of thirty single-rooted human mandibular premolar teeth were prepared with ProTaper Universal rotary system and obturated with lateral condensation obturation technique using Gutta Percha and Roeko GuttaFlow Bioseal root canal sealer. All specimens were retreated with ProTaper Universal Retreatment System files then divided to two different groups according to the technique …


Effect Of Using Intracanal Cryotherapy Versus Ultrasonic Activated Irrigation On Post-Operative Pain In Single Visit Endodontic Treatment Of Teeth With Symptomatic Irreversible Pulpitis “Randomized Clinical Trial”, Marwa M. Hassan Elsherbeny, Essam Abdel Hafez Naguib E A Naguib, Reem Ahmed Lutfy Reem A. lutfy, El Saeed Abdel Hafiz 2024 Masters Student, Future University in egypt

Effect Of Using Intracanal Cryotherapy Versus Ultrasonic Activated Irrigation On Post-Operative Pain In Single Visit Endodontic Treatment Of Teeth With Symptomatic Irreversible Pulpitis “Randomized Clinical Trial”, Marwa M. Hassan Elsherbeny, Essam Abdel Hafez Naguib E A Naguib, Reem Ahmed Lutfy Reem A. Lutfy, El Saeed Abdel Hafiz

Future Dental Journal

Aim : This study was designated to evaluate the effect of using intracanal cryotherapy versus ultrasonic activated irrigation on postoperative pain in single visit endodontic treatment of mandibular first molar with symptomatic, irreversible pulpitis using numerical rate scale (NRS) at 6, 12, 24, 48,72 hr and 1 week postoperatively.

Materials and Methods: seventy-eight patients diagnosed with symptomatic irreversible pulpitis in mandibular first molar with no periapical involvement. The cases were randomly divided into three groups according to final irrigation protocol after root canal preparation using Pro Taper Next; Groups A, B and C, twenty-six patients each group (n=26). Group A: …


Physical Properties And Bioactivity Of Aloe Vera Modified Tricalcium Silicate-Based Cement, Heba Seif, Ashraf M. Abu-Seida, Ahmed Elbanna, Dalia I. El-Korashy 2024 Fayoum University, Faculty of Dentistry

Physical Properties And Bioactivity Of Aloe Vera Modified Tricalcium Silicate-Based Cement, Heba Seif, Ashraf M. Abu-Seida, Ahmed Elbanna, Dalia I. El-Korashy

International Arab Journal of Dentistry

Objective: This study compares the physical properties and bioactivity of tricalcium silicate-based cement (Matreva MTA) modified with various concentrations of Aloe vera (AV) solutions and Biodentine cement.

Methods: Sixty discs were prepared, and divided into 5 groups (12 discs each) based on the estimated materials: group I: Biodentine, group II: Matreva MTA, group III: Matreva MTA with 10% AV, group IV: Matreva MTA with 20% AV and group V: Matreva MTA with 30% AV. The flow and setting time were assessed following ISO standard 6876:2012 and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard C266-21, respectively. The in-vitro bioactivity was …


Would Access Cavity Design Affect The Mechanical Behaviour Of Tooth : A Finite Element Study., Muhammad Ashraf Elhusseini, Engy Kataia, Hala Khalil 2024 The British University in Egypt

Would Access Cavity Design Affect The Mechanical Behaviour Of Tooth : A Finite Element Study., Muhammad Ashraf Elhusseini, Engy Kataia, Hala Khalil

International Arab Journal of Dentistry

Two distinct access cavity designs were used to access Two simulated finite element models (FE). (Lingual (LAC) and incisal (IAC)). Three experimental FE models, including the IT model, were developed: LAC and IAC. For every simulated model, one distinct radicular preparations was carried out of size #30/.04. The incisal edge was subjected to an occlusal cycle load of 120 N. The maximum von mises stresses (VMS), maximum principal stresses (MPS), and stress distribution patterns were assessed and calculated quantitatively. It was concluded that the mandibular incisor's biomechanical behavior is significantly influenced by the size of the access design. Biomechanically the …


Contents Of Vol. 31, No.1, April 2024, Yuniardini Septorini Wimardhani 2024 Universitas Indonesia

Contents Of Vol. 31, No.1, April 2024, Yuniardini Septorini Wimardhani

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

This is the Cover and the Contents of the Vol. 31 No. 1 2024


Would Access Cavity Design Affect The Mechanical Behavior Of Tooth: A Finite Element Study, Mohamed Ashraf Elhusseini1, Hala Fayek Khalil, Engy M. Kataia 2024 The British University in Egypt

Would Access Cavity Design Affect The Mechanical Behavior Of Tooth: A Finite Element Study, Mohamed Ashraf Elhusseini1, Hala Fayek Khalil, Engy M. Kataia

Dentistry

Introduction: Two distinct access cavity designs were used to access Two simulated finite element

models (FE) Lingual (LAC) and incisal (IAC)). Three experimental FE models, including the IT

model, were developed: LAC and IAC.

Methods: For every simulated model, one distinct radicular preparations was carried out of size

#30/.04. The incisal edge was subjected to an occlusal cycle load of 120 N. The maximum von

mises stresses (VMS), maximum principal stresses (MPS), and stress distribution patterns were

assessed and calculated quantitatively.

Results: The traditional access design showed slightly higher fracture resistance to loading than

the conservative incisal access cavity design. …


Epidemiology Of Bruxism And Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (Tmd) In Iranian Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study, Parviz Amini, Maryam Sharifi, Reyhane Aftabi, Fatemeh Jahanimoghadam, Hamidreza Jahanimoghadam 2024 Social Determinants on Oral Health Research Center, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran

Epidemiology Of Bruxism And Temporomandibular Joint Disorders (Tmd) In Iranian Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study, Parviz Amini, Maryam Sharifi, Reyhane Aftabi, Fatemeh Jahanimoghadam, Hamidreza Jahanimoghadam

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Objective: The prevalence of bruxism in the literature has been reported differently. The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of bruxism in patients aged 25–40 who were referred to Kerman Dental School. Methods: This analytical descriptive cross-sectional study was performed on 320 patients referred to the Department of Oral Medicine of Kerman Dentistry Faculty in the age range of 25 to 40 years old. The prevalence of bruxism as well as TMJ disorders were evaluated. Data were collected in a questionnaire and entered into SPSS version 24. Analyzing was done by a chi-square test at …


Effect Of Taper And Pitch On Nickle-Titanium File With Variable Cross Section To Its Cyclic Fatigue (In Silico Study), Yustika Chrysandra, Tunjung Nugraheni, Wignyo Hadriyanto 2024 Department of Conservative Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Effect Of Taper And Pitch On Nickle-Titanium File With Variable Cross Section To Its Cyclic Fatigue (In Silico Study), Yustika Chrysandra, Tunjung Nugraheni, Wignyo Hadriyanto

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

The geometric design of an endodontic file includes cross-sectional shape, taper, and pitch. NiTi endodontic files of OneCurve (MicroMega) are made of two variations of cross-sectional shape, that is, double-s shaped and triple helix. Various kinds of modifications were made to increase the resistance of the NiTi endodontic files from fracture. Cyclic fatigue is the most common factor that causes a fracture of the endodontic file. Objective: The purpose of this study was to obtain a NiTi endodontic file design that has the best cyclic resistance value based on its taper size and number of pitch. Methods: This …


Effect Of Ultrasonic Combined With Solvent On Gutta-Percha And Bioceramic Sealer Removal In Middle And Apical Third Of The Root Canal: An Ex Vivo Study, Eko Fibryanto, Wiena Widyastuti, Adi Hidayat, Lisiana Hastuty 2024 Department of Conservative Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, Universitas Trisakti, Jakarta, Indonesia

Effect Of Ultrasonic Combined With Solvent On Gutta-Percha And Bioceramic Sealer Removal In Middle And Apical Third Of The Root Canal: An Ex Vivo Study, Eko Fibryanto, Wiena Widyastuti, Adi Hidayat, Lisiana Hastuty

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

Objective: This study aims to investigate the effectiveness of ultrasonic tip with and without solvent in removing gutta-perca and bioceramic sealer from the middle and apical third of the root canals. Methods: This is a true experimental study with randomized pretest-posttest control group design. Eighteen freshly extracted straight single-rooted mandibular first premolars were confirmed by CBCT and selected. The teeth were decoronated until a length of 16 ± 0.5mm. The teeth were prepared and obturated using gutta-percha and bioceramic sealer with a hydraulic condensation technique. Pre-instrumentation CBCT imaging of all teeth was carried out to obtain the initial volume of …


Reliability Of Three-Dimensional Micro-Computed Tomography Root Canal Analysis Using Drishti Software: A Pilot Study, Nurulaqmar Iwani Samsudin, Marlena Kamaruzaman, Afiq Azizi Jawami 2024 Centre of Comprehensive Care Studies, Faculty of Dentistry, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Sungai Buloh Selangor, Malaysia

Reliability Of Three-Dimensional Micro-Computed Tomography Root Canal Analysis Using Drishti Software: A Pilot Study, Nurulaqmar Iwani Samsudin, Marlena Kamaruzaman, Afiq Azizi Jawami

Journal of Dentistry Indonesia

In recent years, micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) has become a promising tool for non-destructive imaging and the study of root canal morphology in endodontics. However, the reliability of such analyses heavily relies on the accuracy and consistency of the software used for image processing. Objective: This study aims to investigate the reliability of two different micro-CT voxel sizes using open-source three-dimensional (3D) software (Drishti v3.0) used to identify and quantify the Apical Foramen (AF) and Apical Constriction (AC) in mandibular premolars. Methods: Eight mandibular premolars were divided into two groups, with four samples in each group. Samples were scanned using a …


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 …


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 …


Antimicrobial Efficacy Of Different Intracanal Medicaments Used In Regenerative Endodontics Against A Mature Multi-Species Biofilm Model (An Ex-Vivo Study), Shehabeldin Mohamed Saber Prof.Dr., Nada Zakaria, Mohamed Nagy, Soha ElHady 2024 The British University in Egypt

Antimicrobial Efficacy Of Different Intracanal Medicaments Used In Regenerative Endodontics Against A Mature Multi-Species Biofilm Model (An Ex-Vivo Study), Shehabeldin Mohamed Saber Prof.Dr., Nada Zakaria, Mohamed Nagy, Soha Elhady

International Arab Journal of Dentistry

Aim: The aim of this study was to compare the efficacy of different antimicrobial agents, including Ciprofloxacin, Doxycycline, Clindamycin, Metronidazole, Amoxicillin and Clavulanate, Triple antibiotic paste (TAP) and Calcium hydroxide (CH), as intra-canal medications for regenerative endodontics against an aged, multispecies ex-vivo biofilm model.

Methodology: A total of one hundred fifty single-rooted human teeth were used in this study. Fifteen teeth were used to monitor the formation and maturation of a multispecies biofilm model consisting of Enterococcus faecalis, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Candida albicans. After 21 days of incubation, the other one-hundred and thirty-five teeth were divided into 9 equal groups; …


Histological Evaluation Of Pulp Response To Pulpine Ne Versus Biodentine As Direct Pulp Capping Materials In A Dog Model, Hagar A. Bastawy, Maha Ahmed Niazy, Mona H. Farid, Asmaa Y. Harhash, Mona R. Aboelwafa, Ashraf M. Abu-Seida 2024 Department of Endodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. & Department of Endodontics, Faculty of Dental Medicine for Girls, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.

Histological Evaluation Of Pulp Response To Pulpine Ne Versus Biodentine As Direct Pulp Capping Materials In A Dog Model, Hagar A. Bastawy, Maha Ahmed Niazy, Mona H. Farid, Asmaa Y. Harhash, Mona R. Aboelwafa, Ashraf M. Abu-Seida

International Arab Journal of Dentistry

Objective: The material used for pulp capping has a significant impact on the outcome of vital pulp therapy. This study compared the pulp tissue response to Pulpine NE versus Biodentine as direct pulp capping materials in a dog model.

Methods: Twenty-four teeth in two mongrel dogs (1-2-year-old) were used. In each dog (n=12 teeth), the dental pulps were exposed in 8 teeth (2 experimental groups, 4 teeth each) and left unexposed in 4 teeth (control group, n=4 teeth). A class V cavity was performed on the buccal surface of the selected teeth in the experimental groups. The exposed pulps were …


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