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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Knowledge and attitude of endodontic treatment of primary teeth among various specialists

Author: SUBASHRI.A , GANESH JEEVANANDAN
Abstract: Pediatric dentistry in the art and branch of dentistry which deals with the dental management of the children and adolescents. They provide educational resources as well as promote oral hygiene maintenance among the children. Young adults and children often develop deep dental carious lesions due to poor oral hygiene maintenance. If not treated at an earlier stage these lesions eventually involve the pulp. Despite having greater technologies for prevention of caries, many teeth have been lost prematurely. For the treatment of deep carious lesions and an attempt to prevent premature loss of teeth, pulpectomy and pulpotomy procedures have been done in children. Total elimination of microorganism and prevention of subsequent re-infection of the tooth are the main objectives of endodontic treatment. A total of twelve questions were framed in the questionnaire. The study group included dental practitioners- general practitioners and pedodontists, dental students- undergraduates and postgraduates. The data were statistically analysed using SPSS software. In this study, preference of endodontic treatment among the practitioners was 58.58%. The most common reasons for rejection of endodontics treatment among the primary tooth was poor effort:cost ratio, canal negotiations and behaviour management. To improve the quality of work and attain greater success rates, the need to increase the knowledge and awareness among the general practitioners towards endodontic treatment of primary teeth is increased.
Keyword: Behaviour management, Canal negotiations, Pulpectomy, Pulpotomy.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.307
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