The Effect of Residual Bacteria on Dental Pulp Regeneration

The Effect of Residual Bacteria on Dental Pulp Regeneration

Dental Pulp Regeneration

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ( 2022-11-10 )

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Tissue regeneration requires an interaction of stem cells and growth factors in a bioactive scaffold. This study utilized the ferret canine as an in situ animal model to investigate a clinically applicable tissue engineering approach for dentin-pulp regeneration. On the other hand, ideal root canal disinfection for dental pulp regeneration is a challenge. There is no study available to address the effect of residual bacteria on the outcome of dental pulp regeneration in previously infected root canals. Therefore, the aim of this study was two-fold: 1) To determine histologically, the efficacy of delivering stem cells within a bioactive scaffold directly into the root canal space compared with the traditional revascularization method and 2) to determine the effect of residual bacteria on the histological and radiographic outcomes of dental pulp regeneration procedures.

Book Details:

ISBN-13:

978-620-5-49636-7

ISBN-10:

6205496364

EAN:

9786205496367

Book language:

English

By (author) :

Nandita Gautam
Samreen Farhat
Vaitarni Vandana Garg

Number of pages:

84

Published on:

2022-11-10

Category:

Dentistry