PMID: 11808066Jan 26, 2002

Comparative study of sealing capabilities and adhesiveness of injectable root canal sealers using pressure syringe technique

Indian Journal of Dental Research : Official Publication of Indian Society for Dental Research
U Dabas, V K Dabas

Abstract

The accuracy with which root canal space is sealed is a major determinant in the Endodontic success. Use of pressure-syringe to introduce root canal sealer in the root canal without gutta percha or silver cone represents a modification to current technique of obturation. This study investigates the sealing capabilities and adhesiveness of various root canal sealers with the use of pressure syringe technique. Apart from eliminating the use of solid core, pressure syringe technique can be used as a new obturation method since it showed better marginal sealability than the conventional technique.

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