International Journal of Medical and Health Research

International Journal of Medical and Health Research


ISSN: 2454-9142

Vol. 3, Issue 11 (2017)

Impact of quality of coronal restoration versus root canal restoration at selected dental clinics of cities of kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)

Author(s): Dr. Hussam Muneer Alqahtani, Dr. Saad Abdullah Sheehan
Abstract: Background: Based on Evidence the endodontic treatment measures were applied by the endodontists, who used aseptic procedures with rubber dam isolation to maintain the quality of coronal restoration which will result in higher quality of root canal restoration. Retrospective studies have suggested the role that endodontic infections take part in as local modifying-risk variables to periodontal healing. Moreover, it is crucial to assess the impact of periodontal parameters on the periapical status of endodontically treated teeth. It is worth highlighting that many researches findings are based solely on radiographic interpretations, (Matsumoto, Nagai, & Ida, 2015). A Retrospective and Clinical research design was utilized in the current research. The sample for this retrospective cohort study consisted of 230 adult patients. Preoperative pulpal and periradicular diagnoses were made during the first visit. All of the teeth were diagnosed as having a necrotic pulp and were treated following a standardized protocol. Thus, the aim of this study was to assess the Impact of Quality of Coronal Restoration versus Root Canal Restoration at Selected Dental Clinics of cities of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Looking forward for prevention strategies for improving the management outcome.
Methods: A Retrospective and Clinical research design was utilized in the current research. The sample for this retrospective cohort study consisted of 230 adult patients (100 male and 130 female) out of 679 patients who received endodontic treatment during the time of data collection. The patients were recalled by telephone. Those who responded and gave their written and informed consent were reexamined to determine treatment outcome from January to March 2016 within the selected setting. Only teeth with a follow-up period of one year were included in this study. A total of 230 of the 679 originally treated teeth were reexamined, representing a reply rate of 16.4%. Descriptive statistics like percentage was used to describe the findings using SPSS 20.
Results: The aim of this study was to assess the Impact of Quality of Coronal Restoration versus Root Canal Restoration at Selected Dental Clinics of cities of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which was found to be that the level of quality of coronal canal restoration was highly significant (P <. 0001*). However, the there was a significant level of the root canal restoration, in which (P < 0.05*).
Conclusion: Concerning the assessment for the Impact of Quality of Coronal Restoration versus Root Canal Restoration at Selected Dental Clinics of cities of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which was found to be that the level of quality of coronal canal restoration was highly significant However, the there was a significant level of the root canal restoration.
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