Ultrasonic technique associated with manual files to remove broken files from root canals system: a case series

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Edition V06N02 | Year 2016 | Editorial Original Article | Pages 34 to 40

Jefferson José De Carvalho Marion, José Arthur M, Passaréli, Márcia Esmeralda Bis Franzoni, Arruda Danilo Mathias Zanello Guerizoli, Thais Mageste Duque, Maíra Do Prado

Introduction: The complex anatomy of root canals, combined with repeated and/or inadequate use of instruments, can lead to their fracture. The aim of this study was to demonstrate through 3 clinical reports a technique of fractured endodontic files removal, in different thirds of the root canal, through the association of hand files and ultrasound. Methods: In these cases, three teeth with fractured files inside the root canals were treated similarly, through the association of manual endodontic files and ultrasound. In all cases, there were an estimated failure due to the size and position of the fragments inside the canal. However, the protocol adopted demonstrated 100% efficacy. Conclusion: The present technique associating manual files and ultrasound was effective, allowing the removal of fractured hand files inside root canals.

Root canal obturation, Dental instruments, Endodontics,

Marion JJC, Passaréli JAM, Arruda MEBF, Guerisoli DMZ, Duque TM, Prado M. Ultrasonic technique associated with manual les to remove broken les from root canals system: a case series. Dental Press Endod. 2016 May-Aug;6(2):34-40.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14436/2358-2545.6.2.034-040.oar

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