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Microbiological examination of root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth
A ke J. R. Mo ller
Background: Infections of the dental pulp occur as consequence of caries, operative dental procedures and trauma, and involve a mixed, predominantly Gram-negative, anaerobic bacterial flora. Objectives: The study was done to evaluate the success rate of non-surgical management of non-vital teeth with periapical pathosis. Methods: A total number of 40 . Bacteria(and(Necrotic(Pulp(Tissue(in(Monkeys( b6 Possibilityof&maintaining&necrotic&pulptissue&non6infected&in&root&canals&for&6&months.& Microsoft Word - Influence on Periapical Tissues of Indigenous Oral Bacteria and Necrotic Pulp Tissue in Author:File Size: 77KB.
periapical lesion (Figure 1). Root canal preparation was carried out by removing the old filling material, cleaning and shaping of the root canals. The canals were dried and filled with AH26 and gutta-percha. Postoperative periapical radiographs revealed the presence of root canal sealer (AH 26) beyond the apex in the distal rootFile Size: KB. The branch of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the pulp in the periapical tissues. Extirpate. To remove pulp contents. Endodontic files made of stainless steel or nickel titanium and used to curve and narrow canals that require flexibility to negotiate. Glick #1. Examination of a tooth by tapping on.
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Microbiological examination of root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth. Göteborg, Akademiförlaget/Gumpert (distr.) (OCoLC) Online version: Möller, Ake J.R., Microbiological examination of root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth.
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One week later, root canal instruments and simultaneous irrigation with VMGA I were used to remove the CH. Sampling was subsequently performed as described above.
Finally, root canals were obturated. All samples reached the laboratory within 24 h. Microbiological Examination. The samples were processed at the laboratory as outlined by Möller Cited by: : root canal. Skip to main content.
Microbiological examination of the root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth. Methodological studies. A thesis. by Åke J. MÖLLER | 1 Jan Unknown Binding Currently unavailable. Histobacteriologic analysis revealed bacteria in the apical root canal system of all 24 specimens.
In 22 teeth, bacteria were organized in biofilm communities in the main apical canal (Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3).In the other 2 cases (both endodontically treated teeth), a biofilm was observed only inside large apical by: 8.
PDF | The invasion of the living microorganisms and their toxic products in endodontium and periapical structures is a significant problem in chronic | Find, read. Author(s): Möller,Åke J R Title(s): Microbiological examination of root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth: methodological studies/ Åke J.R.
Möller. Country of Publication: Sweden Publisher: Göteborg: Akademiförlaget (distributor), printing. The aim of this investigation was to identify microorganisms from root canals with periapical abscesses and assess the susceptibility of specific anaerobic bacteria to selected antimicrobials and their β-lactamase production.
Sixty root canals were microbiologically investigated. The susceptibility of Anaerococcus prevotii, Fusobacterium necrophorum, F. Cited by: Quite possibly, the first extensive and meaningful microbiological examination of root canals and the periapical tissues of human teeth was published by Åke J.
Möller in This ground-breaking study established the framework for future microbiological studies, in particular with his focus on obligate anaerobic by: 2. Microbiological analysis of infected root canal from symptomatic and asymptomatic teeth with periapical periodontitis and the antimicrobial susceptibility of.
Möller AJ () Microbiological examination of root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth. Methodological studies. Odontol Tidskr 74(5 Suppl):1 – Google ScholarCited by: 3. Abstract. Objectives: The aim of this study was to investigate the root canal microbiota of primary and secondary root-infected canals and the association of constituent species with specific endodontic signs and symptoms.
Methods: Microbial samples were taken from 60 root canals, 41 with necrotic pulp tissues (primary infection) and 19 with failed endodontic treatment. Möller ÅJR. Microbiological examination of root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth.
Methodological studies. Odontol Tidskr ;(Suppl) Carlsson J, Sundqvist G. Evaluation of methods of transportation and cultivation of bacterial specimens from infected root canals.
Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol ; Alves, et al. 1 () and Péret 18 () filled root canals of human deciduous teeth with L&C paste. They reported clinical and radiographic healing processes in almost all cases. Biological closure by newly formed cementum was observed after root canal filling of dog teeth with Sea a calcium hydroxide root canal filling material The periapical tissues of deciduous teeth The important features of normality (thin lamina dura and periodontal ligament shadows) are the same as for permanent teeth, but can be complicated by: Fig.
Periapical radiograph of in a 4. () who reported that in root canals of primary teeth with necrotic pulp and periapical lesions submitted to retreatment there is a poly microbial infection with predominance of anaerobic microorganisms, similar to the microbiota of permanent teeth (Toyoshima et al., ) Black-pigmented bacilli (BPB) have frequently been isolated from root.
Peters LB, van Winkelhoff AJ, Buijs JF, et al. Effects of instrumentation, irrigation and dressing with calcium hydroxide on infection in pulpless teeth with periapical bone lesions. Int Endod J ; 35(1): 13– Möller AJ. Microbiological examination of root canals and periapical tissues of human teeth.
Methodological studies. Introduction. The foundation of successful endodontic therapy is based on the removal of all pulpal tissue, dentinal debris, bacteria and their endotoxins from the root canal ().Toxic metabolites and byproducts released from microorganisms present within the root canal system diffuse into the periapical tissues and elicit inflammatory responses accompanied with bone.
The presence of periapical lesions before root canal treatment increases the risk of treatment failure. The success of root ca-nal treatment of teeth with normal periapical structures is sig-nificantly higher compared with teeth with periapical disorders (Chugal et al ).
Most studies are based on the success/fail -File Size: KB.Start studying Oral Path - Pathology of Pulpal and Periapical Tissues. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Aim. The aim of this study was to evaluate by means of radiographs the technical quality of root fillings performed by dental practitioners.
Methods and Material. Standardized periapical radiographs were made on patients who received endodontic treatment in private practice. A total of endodontically treated teeth with roots were evaluated for technical quality of Cited by: