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Correction of some inadequate endodontic interventions

Zdenko Njemirovskij ; Zavod za bolesti zuba Stomatološkog fakulteta, Zagreb
Vladimir Popić ; Zavod za bolesti zuba Stomatološkog fakulteta, Zagreb

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str. 39-42

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A contemporary definition of a successful endodontic intervention is given by the authors in the introduction. They emphasize that the fundamental and chief aim of endodontic therapy is complete removal of the pulp tissue, supply of the apical foramen and total obturation of the root canal. The authors mention frequent errors at work which occur most often because of incomplete instrumentation of the root canal, resulting in an inadequately filled root canal. In their review the authors limit themselves to the problems of inadequate filling of the root canal because the practician is in a dilemma as to how to treat such a tooth. The authors describe their method of work that is the removal of the inadequate filling, thorough instrumentation of the root canal and good supply of the canal. From a large number of successfully treated teeth the authors have selected a few cases, making use of a roentgenogram taken before, during and after the treatment had been completed. They stated that their method of work was successful and recommend it to the practicians.

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