Edition V02N03 | Year 2012 | Editorial Original Article | Pages 54 to 60
Objective: This study aimed to analyze the presence of apical deviation according to the instrumentation technique and instruments used during mechanical preparation of root canals. Methods: It was carried out in vitro tests with the two types of preparation in root canals, in a total of 24 dental units divided into two groups according to the types of mechanical preparations made. Conclusion: At the end of the experiment it was observed that there was no significative difference between the two types of instrumental techniques. This suggests a greater attention to the alternate preparation due to its low cost, being possible to include it in CEOs (specialized dental clinics) of Ministry of Health – Brazil.
Paiva Neto AF. Assessment of apical third morphology in root canals after biomechanical preparation: Alternate and continual rotations (Easy RaCe system). Dental Press Endod. 2012 July-Sept;2(3):54-60.