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English Title

Canal shaping ability of three rotary systems using CBCT

Keywords

Canal transportation, Canal centering ability, nickel-titanium files, Tornado rotary system, Cone-beam Computed Tomography

Disciplines

Endodontics and Endodontology

Abstract

This clinical study was aimed to evaluate apical transportation and centering ability of WaveOne, OneShape files and Tornado rotary system using Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT). Lower molars with a curving angle of buccal canals extending from 15°-45° in 24 patients were arbitrarily divided into three groups (n=8) rendering to the rotary systems used: Group 1, Tornado system, Group 2, WaveOne rotary system, and Group 3, OneShape rotary system. CBCT was used as a diagnostic method to evaluate centering ratio and canal transportation at 2, 5 and 8 mm from apical foramen. One-way analysis of variance and post hoc Tukey tests were used for statistical analysis at p≤0.05. No statistically significant difference in the magnitude of transportation and centering ability was found at all tested levels (P>0.05). WaveOne and OneShape nickel-titanium files and Tornado stainless-steel file conserved the original canal curvature with no significant variance.

English Abstract

This clinical study was aimed to evaluate apical transportation and centering ability of WaveOne, OneShape files and Tornado rotary system using Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT). Lower molars with a curving angle of buccal canals extending from 15°-45° in 24 patients were arbitrarily divided into three groups (n=8) rendering to the rotary systems used: Group 1, Tornado system, Group 2, WaveOne rotary system, and Group 3, OneShape rotary system. CBCT was used as a diagnostic method to evaluate centering ratio and canal transportation at 2, 5 and 8 mm from apical foramen. One-way analysis of variance and post hoc Tukey tests were used for statistical analysis at p≤0.05. No statistically significant difference in the magnitude of transportation and centering ability was found at all tested levels (P>0.05). WaveOne and OneShape nickel-titanium files and Tornado stainless-steel file conserved the original canal curvature with no significant variance.

ISSN

2664-9446

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