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Successful Root Canal Treatment Possible with Basic Equipment

Posted on February 14, 2014

WITTEN, Germany – Researchers from Germany investigated the effectiveness of basic root canal treatment (BRT) with tactile working length determination compared with BRT with standard radiographic working length control and found that tactile working length determination achieves comparable treatment outcomes in terms of radiographic and clinical outcome parameters, according to Dental Tribune. The researchers determined the treatment to be an accurate method in BRT.

The study, titled “Clinical effectiveness of basic root canal treatment after 24 months: A randomised controlled trial,” is published online ahead of print in the Journal of Endodontics.

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