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Evaluation of Sealing Effect and Working Time of Root Canal Filling MTA Materials
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Evaluation of Sealing Effect and Working Time of Root Canal Filling MTA Materials
Kim, Hyojin; Kim, Youngjin; Nam, Soonhyeun; Kwon, Taeyub; Kim, Hyunjung;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to examine the sealing effect and efficiency of root canal filling MTA (Endoseal, Endoseal MTA). A total of 106 extracted single rooted teeth were used and classified with group AH (AH-26), group PR (ProRoot MTA), group ES (Endoseal) and group EM (Endoseal MTA) depending on filled sealers. Time was measured in each group when sealers were filled. The groups were divided into subgroup A and subgroup B. The sealing of root canal walls and penetration of sealer in the dentinal tubule were evaluated, respectively. According to the results, the sealing of root canal walls and dentinal tubule penetration of root canal filling MTA were inferior to AH-26 (p < 0.05). When compared with ProRoot MTA, however, there was no significant difference in sealing of root canal walls (p > 0.05), but dentinal tubule penetration was high (p < 0.05). Working time was shorter in root canal filling MTA than ProRoot MTA and AH-26 (p < 0.05). In conclusion, root canal filling MTA has lower root canal sealing effect than resin-based sealer, however, when in MTA needed root canal filling, it could be an effective alternative.
 Keywords
Mineral trioxide aggregate(MTA);Dye leakage;Sealer penetration;Time;
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English
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