Event Title

INFLUENCE OF THE POST SPACE PREPARATION ON THE REST FILLING IN ENDODONTICALLY TREATED TEETH

Session

Medicine and Nursing

Description

Endodontic treatment is usually indicated for teeth that are carious, severely damaged or fractured. In such teeth, making a post and a crown is indicated. Although the main purpose of the post is to strengthen the structure of the tooth and the possibility of extending the stump, it is equally important not to introduce reinfection into the canal during operation, but also to prevent the micropermeability of the remaining part of the canal filling. The post space preparation involves the removal of the gutta-percha and cementum from the coronary and middle thirds of the root canal, but it can often do damage to the filling in the apical part of the root canal, which can pull, loosen, or damage. During the tests related to the post space preparations, several parameters were examined in relation to the rest of the canal filling. They refer to: different methods for filling the root canals and materials in endodontic therapy, length of the remaining filling in the apical part, methods and instruments used in the preparation of the root canal, but also the most suitable time, ie the most favorable period for preparation after a definite obturation. Numerous tests have been performed in relation to the indicated parameters, but there are also numerous methods for testing whether the filling remaining in the channel meets the rules for hermetic closure. They can be clinical, laboratory, computer or X-ray. Yet while some rules and doctrines can be drawn, there are still many ambiguities and controversial results.

Keywords:

(apical sealing, apical microleakage, post space preparation)

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.181

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INFLUENCE OF THE POST SPACE PREPARATION ON THE REST FILLING IN ENDODONTICALLY TREATED TEETH

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Endodontic treatment is usually indicated for teeth that are carious, severely damaged or fractured. In such teeth, making a post and a crown is indicated. Although the main purpose of the post is to strengthen the structure of the tooth and the possibility of extending the stump, it is equally important not to introduce reinfection into the canal during operation, but also to prevent the micropermeability of the remaining part of the canal filling. The post space preparation involves the removal of the gutta-percha and cementum from the coronary and middle thirds of the root canal, but it can often do damage to the filling in the apical part of the root canal, which can pull, loosen, or damage. During the tests related to the post space preparations, several parameters were examined in relation to the rest of the canal filling. They refer to: different methods for filling the root canals and materials in endodontic therapy, length of the remaining filling in the apical part, methods and instruments used in the preparation of the root canal, but also the most suitable time, ie the most favorable period for preparation after a definite obturation. Numerous tests have been performed in relation to the indicated parameters, but there are also numerous methods for testing whether the filling remaining in the channel meets the rules for hermetic closure. They can be clinical, laboratory, computer or X-ray. Yet while some rules and doctrines can be drawn, there are still many ambiguities and controversial results.