Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Endodontic


Dr Pankaj Chavhan; Dr.Grishmi Niswade; Dr Yogesh Somvanshi; Dr Arun Sajjanar; Dr Suryakant Kumar; Dr. Pratima Kolekar; Dr. Dishika Bhagnani; Dr. Akash Bakal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 1011-1015

Biomechanical tooth preparation is the most time consuming procedure in root canal treatment, which is also most important step in therapy. Conventional technique of instrumentation is the benchmark over hand instrumentation, which makes procedure time consuming and hectic for both patients and dentists. Using rotary instruments for primary tooth pulpectomies is cost effective and results in fills that are consistently uniform and predictable. The purpose of this article is to review the rotary instrument in primary root canal procedure.

Analysis And Visualisation Of Research Trends In Endodontic: A General Review

Dr.Komala P.T; Dr. Suresh R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5510-5520

Endodontic is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases of the dental pulp and the surrounding tissues.Endodontic procedures can be surgical or non-surgical.The bibliometric analysis had been conducted to understand the active authors, organizations, journals, and countries involved in the research domain of “Endodontic” by using the published articlesfrom “Scopus”. The resources were analyzed using the VOS viewer to develop analysis tables and visualization maps. The most active journal in this research domain was identified as the Journal of Endodontics and the International Endodontic Journal.The most active country of the research domain was the United States of America and the United Kingdom. The leading organizations engaged in the research regarding “Endodontic” wereSaveetha Dental College and Hospitals and Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences of India.The most active authors who had made valuable contributions related to “Endodontic” were Soltanoff W. and Seltzer S.


V.A Muralidharan; Sindhu Ramesh; Dr.Gheena. S

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 169-185

Endodontic infection is the infection of the root canal system and the microorganisms play a tremendous role in pulpal and periapical disease. The primary aim of endodontic treatment is to remove as many bacteria as possible from the root canal system. This can be achieved by a combination of local and systemic use of antibiotics. The use of antibiotics in dentistry especially in endodontics has become a practice towards inappropriate prescription and overdose leads to adverse side effects and bacterial resistance. An undergraduate student will have only limited knowledge in this regard. The aim of this study was to determine the knowledge, attitude and perception on usage of antibiotics among undergraduate students for endodontic therapy.This present study is a cross-sectional, descriptive questionnaire study conducted among dental undergraduate students in Chennai, India. The study was conducted from March to April 2020. A descriptive questionnaire study was conducted among 320 dental students in the city. A structured questionnaire was prepared focussing on antibiotics indication in dentistry particularly in endodontic treatment. Assessment of subjects awareness and attitude towards use of antibiotics for patients after endodontics procedures included in the questions relating to the knowledge of the basic antibiotics regime and its course. The subjects were requested to respond to each item in the specific format given. All the participants were allowed to choose one of the given three to four choices for each item in the questionnaire.A large population of students of 320 were familiar with this antibiotic resistance. Compared with the juniors, the senior students have a wider knowledge for prescribing antibiotics for various endodontic procedures.Most of the students prescribed Amoxicillin (30.82%)for any endodontic treatment for a duration of three days (26.42%) compared to other antibiotics.This study concludes that undergraduate dental students may prescribe antibiotics inappropriately and hence a proper and extensive guideline must be given to them to be followed . A thorough knowledge and awareness must be there on the antibiotic regime and its usage to all students before entering their clinics.