Khurram Parvez Sardar
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1. Assistant Professor MDS Supervisor & Subject Coordinator. Department of Science of Dental Materials. Dr.Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences. Dow University of Health Sciences.
2. Program Director MDS Program. Associate Professor, Incharge, Department of Operative Dentistry, Supervisor MDS (Science of Dental Materials), Supervisor FCPS (Operative Dentistry), Dr.Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences. Dow University of Health Sciences.
3. Assistant Professor, HOD Department of Science of Dental Materials. Dr.Ishrat-ulEbad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences. Dow University of Health Sciences
4. Chairman, Department of Materials Engineering, NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi.
5. Department of Operative Dentistry. Dr.Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan Institute of Oral Health Sciences. Dow University of Health Sciences
6. Department of Science of Dental Materials.Dow International Dental College Dow University of Health Sciences Consultant Dental surgeon Aga Khan Hospital.
Corresponding author: “Dr Khurrum Parvez Sardar” firstname.lastname@example.org
Volume 24, Issue 2 (April - June 2015)
Primary objective of root canal therapy is to eradicate microorganisms followed by perfect seal obtained by obturation of the root canal. The purpose of doing this study was to find out quality of apical seal of root canal obturated by cold lateral technique. For obturation, epoxy resin based sealer was used and tested at various interval of time period of at 1 week,4 weeks and 8 weeks.
We selected 180 permanent extracted teeth with single root. x.smart protaper were used for canal instrumentation, obturation was done by lateral cold condensation. Samples were stored for 24 hours in an incubator .Finally, prepared tooth sample were divided into two major group. Control gp [n=30] and experimental group[n=150]. We sub divided the experimental group into further three sub group, containing fifty teeth each, representing the immersion period of 1 week, 4weeks and 8 weeks in methylene blue 5% dye, at a constant temperature of 37º. After storage the samples were sectioned and observed under stereomicroscope. Linear dye leakage was evaluated in millimeters. Statistical analyses was done by using SPSS of Windows V. 16.0 .Descriptive statistics were shown as Mean±SD in millimeters (mm).One Way ANOVA were used to evaluate the mean dye leakage value differences. The significance level was set at 0.05.
Group A exhibited minimum leakage (2.53mm,SD ±0.87) followed by, Group B (2.69mm,SD±1.01) and Group C (2.77mm, SD±1.02) respectively. The difference amongst all three groups was statistically insignificant. (p=0.468). However 50% teeth in Group C showed grade 3 dye penetration with comparison to 40% and 30% in Group A and Group B.
Every samples leakage.. A gradual increase in mean leakage value was observed as the storage time increases. The differences amongst the groups remain insignificant (p=0.468)
Apical seal, Apical microleakage, Resin based sealer.
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Sardar PK, Abidi SYA, Iqbal W, Meo AA, Jawaed NA, Khan RSM. An In-vitro Assessment of Apical Sealing Ability of Resinbased Endodontic Sealer at Various Time Intervals. J Pak Dent Assoc 2015; 24(2): 75-80.