Hot modified technique: a novel modified obturation technique using biosealers

Submitted: 11 December 2022
Accepted: 17 January 2023
Published: 31 March 2023
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Aim: This research aimed to test the actual temperature inside the root canal while the obturation phase was ongoing. Specifically, the obturation was done by the proposed heat-based technique with bioselaers.

Materials and Methods: This study tested the temperature evaluation. In the experiment, two premolars were utilised, and thermocouples of K-type one for each tooth were used. The Bonferroni method was conducted to compare the data collected from temperature.

Results: The experiment results showed that using the new obturation method, the heat did not reach the apical third.

Conclusions: Using the proposed modified hot obturation procedure, the temperature will not change the apical area. Consequently, this technique eludes inducing the fast setting for the biosealer.

Abdellatif, D., Iandolo, A., Calapaj, M., Amato, A., & Amato, M. (2023). Hot modified technique: a novel modified obturation technique using biosealers. Giornale Italiano Di Endodonzia, 37(1).


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