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TITLE:

TO EVALUATE THE PERIAPICAL RADIOLUENCIES HEALING RELATED WITH ONE, TWO AND MULTIPLE ENDODONTICS VISITS

AUTHORS:

Dr Rida Tahir, Dr Haider Tahir, Dr Mariam Tariq, Dr Muhammad Shafique Ashraf, Dr Mohsin Majeed, Dr Sara Izhar

ABSTRACT:

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the role of different approaches in the recovery of peripheral radiolucencies. Study design: A cross sectional Study. Place and duration: In the Operative Dentistry and Endodontics Department of Nishtar Hospital, Multan for one year duration from January 2018 to January 2019. Methods: Thirty-six mandibular molar included for root canal treatment with one, two visits and multiple visits. All treated teeth were examined radiologically and clinically after 6 weeks, 12 weeks, 6 months and 12 months observation. Results: Clinically, except for an outbreak in group B, all treated teeth were successful. Radio logically, after 12 months the mean decrease in radiolucency with group A was 0.59; the percent reduction with group B: 1.12 and group C: 1.08 were 94.26, 85.92 and 86.76, respectively. Conclusion: There was no statistical difference between the three groups. Postoperative complications were less in all groups. One-time root canal treatment can be recommended as a treatment method in today's fast-moving world, because it saves time and prevents outbreaks and dental fractures between visits. Key words: Mandibular molar, endodontic care, endodontic treatment.

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