Research has confirmed that endodontic root canal fillings more than 2 mm form the radiographic apex, extruded beyond the apex and non-homogenous with voids between the fillings increase the risk of endodontic treatment failure. Radiographic assessment of the quality of root canal treatments performed by practitioners with different levels of experience abdulrahman mudaysh bajawi 1, sharafi abdullah al-sagoor 1, ahmed abdullah alhadi 1, mohammed abdullah alhadi 1, mahmoud y almasrahi 2, nabiel al-ghazali 3 and mohammed m al-moaleem 4.
A quality parameters: (a) apical limit of the root canal filling material, considering with adequate quality apex distances from 0 to 2 mm (b) adaptation of the filling material to root canal (c) homogeneity of the radiographic contrast of the filling material along the entire root canal. Evaluation of the radiographic quality of endodontic treatment is the radiographic quality of the root canal treatment for standardization, better dimensional. Nonsurgical root canal treatment revealed the quality of evidence for treatment factors affecting both 1rctx and 2rctx to be suboptimal, with substantial varia. There is substantial evidence that the quality of root canal filling has a significant effect on the outcome of root canal treatment the objective of the study was to evaluate the radiographic technical quality of root canal fillings performed by under graduate dental students at college of dentistry, aljouf university, saudi arabia.
As a result, with a decrease in the quality of treatment, there is an increase in the prevalence of apical periodontitis, so it is necessary to improve the quality of root canal treatment in general dental practice in order to promote periradicular health. The objective of the present study was to evaluate factors related to treatment quality of ex vivo root canal treatments performed by four undergraduate dental students using four different endodontic treatment systems and observing treatment time for individual endodontic treatment steps. Success of root canal treatment has been shown in the range between 53 1 and 94% 2 the evaluation methods used to determine the outcome of endodontic treatment has been based on radiographic evaluation only,3, 4, 5 radiographic evaluation combined with clinical findings,6, 7, 8 or histological examination. Objectives: to evaluate the quality of root canal treatment using radiographic examination in a sample of jordanian population methods: the study sample consisted of randomly selected patients referred to endodontic clinics.
Conclusion the results of this study showed that there were varied levels of technical quality of root canal treatment performed by preclinical undergraduate dental students, and the outcome varied between unacceptable, slightly acceptable, acceptable, and perfectly acceptable. That root canals with adequate length represented 61,7% while unacceptable treatments due to inadequate length were 250%, overfilling 12,6% and in 06% there was no material in the root canal, only in the pulp chamber. The quality of root canal treatment performed by general practitioners in different populations has also been extensively investigated[7,13,14,15] the results from these studies showed high percentages of inadequate root canal treatment. Of the 20 endodontic treatments conducted in the laboratory, of those the randomly selected 10 teeth (50% of sample) received some quality defect in three parameters—apical limit, adaptation to root canal and homogeneity of the root canal filling material. Before and after xrays radiographs show endodontic root canal retreatment of tooth #29 and initial root canal treatment of tooth #28 1) the first dental x-ray shows the five teeth bridge that had dental cement leakage and the teeth abutments had dental caries after only 1 and 1/2 years.
The length from the apex, density, taper, preservation of original canal shape, and general quality of obturation in each canal are determined from these radiographs follow-up evaluation (recall) ultimate success is verified at specified intervals of months or years after treatment. (3) ng et al reported that several factors, including root filling extending to 2 mm within the radiographic apex, were found to significantly improve the outcome of primary root canal treatment (4) in a study by peak, bryant, and dummer, root fillings placed using cold lateral condensation of gutta-percha to within 2 mm of the radiographic. Background: the aim of the present study was to investigate the quality of root canal obturation performed by 6th year undergraduate dental students at the dental school, university of mashhad, iran. Determine the radiographic quality of root canal treatment performed by dental undergraduates covering six (6) final year groups of students materials and method. Quality of root canal treatment was assessed to be adequate in 524% of the observed cases which is in contrast to the high percentages of reported success rates for this modality key words: technical quality, root canal filling, root canal treatment.
Aim : to evaluate the quality of root canal treatment (rct) performed by undergraduate (ug) dental students at the jordan university dental hospital (judh) using radiographic records methods: all rcts performed by ug students in the period between november 2013 and may 2014 were included in this study (213 teeth. Root canal treatment (rct) is an important tooth conservative procedure which ensures that teeth with irreversibly damaged pulp are retained as functional member of the dental arch rct may be a single or multi. A significant association was observed between the success of the root canal treatments and the quality of the coronal restoration (proot canal filling (p0011.
Endodontics careful preoperative assessment of root canal anatomy obtained from a diagnostic radiograph is a key prerequisite for thorough canal preparation and, ultimately, successful therapy. Ae was the most critical parameter of quality in root canal fillings key words: endodontic treatment quality, radiographic evaluation, root canal treatment, root canal filling improvements in clinical performance require. To compare digital images of conventional radiographs with the original radiographs for perceived clarity of periapical lesions and the quality of root canal treatment materials and methods one hundred and four intraoral periapical radiographs of patients with endodontically treated teeth were randomly selected. The technical quality of root canal treatment and the coronal restoration have an important bearing on the periapical health of root-ﬁlled teeth (ng et al 2008.