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September-December 2016 | Vol 6 | Issue 3

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Original Article
Root and root canal morphology of third molars in a Jordanian subpopulation
Introduction: The aims of this study were to (1) investigate the root and root canal morphology of human third molars in a Jordanian subpopulation and (2) determine the effect of age, gender,...
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Original Article
The influence of determining the working length with an apex locator on the amount of apically extruded debris following instrumentation with ProTaper Next and HyFlex CM
Aim: The amount of apically extruded debris caused by new nickel-titanium rotary systems after determination of the working length (WL) with an apex locator has not been investigated. To comp...
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Original Article
Apical Gutta-percha cone adaptation and degree of tug-back sensation after canal preparation
Aims: The aim of this study was to investigate the degree of tug-back after canal preparation with respect to the Gutta-percha-occupied area (GPOA). Materials and Methods: Roots of twe...
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Original Article
Gutta-percha disinfection: A knowledge, attitude, and practice study among endodontic postgraduate students in India
Aim: (1) To evaluate knowledge, attitude, and practices about methods of gutta-percha disinfection by endodontic postgraduate students in India. (2) To check the sterility of two commercially...
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Case Report
Maxillary first molars with six canals confirmed with the aid of cone-beam computed tomography
The maxillary first molar exhibits unpredictable root canal morphology. Different number of root canals has been reported with the aids of new tools. It is very important to clinically detect all ca...
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