An Overview on Endodontic Irrigation Solution Role in Management

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Abstract

The main objective of endodontic treatment is the total removal of any necrotic tissues and microorganisms along with their byproducts found within the infected root canal to treat and prevent the recolonization of these micrbad oorganisms. To date, no known irrigant has a 100% elimination rate on microorganisms, many combinations of irrigates have been suggested, and care must be taken to their mixing interaction and side effects. The irrigant of choice varies from one practitioner to another, yet NaOC1 is considered the gold standard irrigant in clinical practice despite its complications. PubMed database was used for articles selection, and the following keys were used in the mesh ((“endodontic Irrigation solution "[Mesh]) AND (“features and disadvantage”[Mesh]) OR (“endodontic Irrigation solution Mesh])).

In regards to the inclusion criteria, the articles were selected based on the inclusion of one of the following topics: Endodontic Irrigation solution features and disadvantages. Exclusion criteria were all other articles, which did not have one of these topics as their primary endpoint. Features and disadvantages. Many methods were used as an irrigant, each one has it is own advantage and disadvantages, the field is still open for more improvement in this field to get the best care to the patient.

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Alshammari STM, Turkistani HA, Almatar YI, Alhuraish AMA, Hefni ST, Bagabir RA, et al. An Overview on Endodontic Irrigation Solution Role in Management. Int J Pharm Res Allied Sci. 2022;11(1):17-20. https://doi.org/10.51847/hQTG6i8ZFl
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Alshammari, S. T. M., Turkistani, H. A., Almatar, Y. I., Alhuraish, A. M. A., Hefni, S. T., Bagabir, R. A., Alghamdi, Y. A., Alareefi, J. A., Alyamani, M. N., & Alfari, A. Y. (2022). An Overview on Endodontic Irrigation Solution Role in Management. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Allied Sciences, 11(1), 17-20. https://doi.org/10.51847/hQTG6i8ZFl