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Exact phrase only All keywords Any. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. AbstractIn our research, it is aimed to determine the endodontic treatment requirement for primary teeth in children who have applied to our clinic and to evaluate the prognosis of treatment of teeth to which pulpotomy and root canal treatment had applied and the factors affecting the success of the treatments. Thus the oral clinical and radiographic examination findings of pediatric patients applied to our clinic were evaluated and endodontic treatment requirement for primary teeth was determined and according to the indication criteria in children between the ages 5 and 9; primary molar teeth to which amputation or root canal treatment was applied are taken in the scope of the study in order to evaluate their prognosis.

Treatments are performed by assistants or 5th class interns according to the routine clinical procedures. Accordingly totally teeth treatments as amputation of 85 teeth 46 of them first primary molar, 39 of them second primary molar , root canal treatment of 45 teeth 10 of them first primary molar, 35 of them second primary molar were performed by the assistants and totally teeth treatments as amputation of teeth 52 of them first primary molar, 57 of them second primary molar and root canal treatment in 40 teeth 9 of them fist primary molar, 31 of them second primary molar were performed by 5th class interns.

A questionnaire form that is prepared to determine the factors regarding to the tooth, patient and working conditions that may cause failure of the treatment was distributed to the treating assistants and 5th class interns and the answers taken were recorded by the researcher.

Immediately after the completion of the treatments; periapical radiographies were taken from the teeth and the success of the treatments were evaluated clinically and radiographically by calling the patients on 6thth months for controls.

At the end of month follow-up period; in the general evaluation performed on teeth pulpotomies, 57 root canal treatments , it is found that the success ratio in pulpotomy treatments is It is observed that there is no statistically significant difference between pulpotomy and root canal treatments in terms of the success of the treatment.

The relationship between the factors such as the age, gender, oral hygiene, quality of the caries, type of the restoration, permanent restoration material used and physiological root resorption and the success of the treatment is not found as statistically significant. When the relationship between the treatment results and the parameters of the working conditions and the tooth-patient that are stipulated to affect the success in root canal treatment is evaluated; it is observed that root canal treatments are successful in In the evaluations performed on 6th and 12th months after the completion of the treatments; it is observed that the most common seen failure findings are periradicular lesion, secondary caries, internal and external root resorption development for pulp amputations and periradicular lesion and external pathological root resorption development for root canal treatments.

When the relation between these findings and the parameters of working conditions and tooth-patient that are foreseen to affect the success of the treatment is evaluated; it is found that there is no significant relationship between the secondary caries formation and periradicular lesion development after pulp amputations and the parameters regarding to the conditions before the treatment; occurrence of internal resorption ratio is significantly higher in the pulpotomies performed by 5th class interns, occurrence of external pathological root resorption ratio is higher in the teeth with physiological root resorption between the treatment.

According to the results of our study; it is possible to remark that the success ratios of primary teeth pulpotomy and root canal treatment performed in our clinic are generally low and various parameters such as the oral hygiene of the patient, clinical experiences of the operator, indication criteria and application faults in clinical processes have a role in this result.

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