Obturation canalaire par compactage latéral et ciments biocéramiques : étude in vitro

Abstract : With the advent of bioceramic cements, the filling techniques had to adapt to match the properties of these cements. The objectives of the fillings remain the same, to obtain a three-dimensional filling of the canal system including the main canal but also all the branches forming an integral part of this system. An in vitro study is carried out to determine which would be the best filling technique to best meet the objectives of endodontic filling. Three techniques (paste carrier and cement, single cone and cement and cold lateral compaction and cement) are compared to determine which of these is the most effective for sealing the canal system with bioceramic cement Bioroot RCS ® by studying the filling percentage of three lateral canals made manually in the coronal, medial and apical thirds of mandibular incisors. The combined paste carrier and single cone techniques is the best alternative for sealing the side canal with Bioroot RCS ® Bioceramic cement.
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Benjamin Thienpont. Obturation canalaire par compactage latéral et ciments biocéramiques : étude in vitro. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2018. ⟨dumas-01987299⟩



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