Współczesne materiały do ostatecznego wypełnienia kanałów korzeniowych zębów – przegląd piśmiennictwa

Współczesne materiały do ostatecznego wypełnienia kanałów korzeniowych zębów – przegląd piśmiennictwa

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Wstęp. Istotnym elementem leczenia endodontycznego, oprócz opracowania i skutecznej dezynfekcji, jest szczelna obturacja kanałów korzeniowych. Ogromny postęp, jaki dokonuje się obecnie w endodoncji, wiąże się z systematycznym poszerzaniem asortymentu środków dostępnych na rynku stomatologicznym. Ciągłe pojawianie się nowych preparatów skłoniło autorów do usystematyzowania aktualnej wiedzy o materiałach do ostatecznego wypełniania kanałów korzeniowych.

Materiały i metody. Przeprowadzono analizę dostępnego piśmiennictwa, wyszukując hasła związane z materiałami do ostatecznego wypełniania kanałów korzeniowych w bazach Medline (PubMed) oraz ISI Web of Science.

Wnioski. W dalszym ciągu brakuje materiału, który stanowiłby – jako jedyny – wypełnienie systemu kanałów korzeniowych. Powszechnie zaleca się stosowanie jednocześnie dwóch materiałów: podstawowego – gutaperki oraz dodatkowego pasty uszczelniającej przestrzenie między materiałem głównym a zębiną korzeniową.

Abstract
An important part of endodontic treatment, besides preparation and effective disinfection is solid obturation of the root canal system. Great progress is currently engaged in endodontics, steadily increasing range of resources available on the dental market. Constantly emerging new products prompted the authors to systematize the currently available knowledge about materials used for the final root canals obturation.

Materials and methods. A comprehensive search of Medline (PubMed) and ISI Web of Science databases was carried out with terms according to root canal filling materials

Conclusions. There is still no material that would serve as the sole filling of the root canal system. Generally it is recommended to use simultaneously two materials – base – gutta-percha and an additional – paste, sealing the spaces between the main material and the root dentine.

Hasła indeksowe: wypełnienie kanału korzeniowego, materiały biozgodne, materiały do ostatecznego wypełnienia kanałów korzeniowych
Key words: root canal obturation, biocompatible materials, root canal filling materials

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