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a space in an otherwise solid mass

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After that, the access cavity was double sealed with GIC (Riva Self Cure SDI, Australia) and nanohybrid composite (AURA[TM] SDI, Australia), respectively.
After the injection of local anesthesia and rubber dam isolation, endodontic access cavity was prepared.
Subjects of both groups underwent same procedure which included rubber dam isolation, access cavity preparation and performing the preliminary filing of the canals.
The various shapes of the access cavity of maxillary and mandibular canine are tabulated (Table 4) (Figure 2).
Inferior alveolar nerve block was considered successful if patient did not feel pain when cold test was performed after 45 min and on access cavity preparation.
Among the reported endodontic errors, access cavity, instrumentation, and obturation errors were reported by 30%, 59%, and 77.5% participants, respectively.
* Seal the access cavity with a provisional filling material like Cavit, glass-ionomer cement or IRM.
An interval of 15 minutes was given between the IAN block injection and the initiation of access cavity preparation.
After adequate local anaesthesia and isolation with a rubber dam, the access cavity was prepared using Endo Access kit (Dentsply) in the mandibular left third molar.
Collagen granules were soaked into the normal saline solution and placed into the canal with the help of endodontic plugger up to the CEJ and access cavity was sealed with glass ionomer cement.
Intraoral examination revealed dislodgement of temporary restorative material in the cavity and endodontic access cavity of tooth 21 and 22 was made.
Clinical examination revealed a symptomatic right maxillary first molar which was temporarily temporized with open access cavity and accumulation of food debris.
Nevertheless, investigators have not observed this clinically (in either short- or long-term applications), situations where excess medicament has been removed from the coronal aspects of the access cavity, and there has been a sound coronal restoration in the access cavity, preventing the entry of fluid.
This report aims to present a successful root canal treatment of a maxillary lateral incisor with unusual palatal root dilaceration (diagnosed with cone beam computed tomography) in which the access cavity was prepared from the labial aspect of the tooth to provide a straight line access to the root canal system which was instrumented using OneC...