Use of Endodontic Guide and 3D Printing in Endodontic Proced | 100349

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
eISSN No. 2347-2367 pISSN No. 2347-2545

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Use of Endodontic Guide and 3D Printing in Endodontic Procedures: A Review Article

Author(s): Tanvi Bharuka*, Pradnya Nikhade and Joyeeta Mahapatra


The control or conduct of calcified canal is an effortful task during endodontic practice, which is why other clinical options have been find to improve their of them, newfound is the use of guided procedures, which are thought-out to be cautious and accurate when finding calcified canals, thus diminishing the threat of operative errors and increasing the success of endodontic procedures. Root Canal Treatment (RCT) may necessitate eradicating most bacteria from the canal during biomechanical preparation. 3D printing which is being used in aerospace and defense art and design is now growing as a subject of greater passion in dentistry. 3D printing is used in various procedures in dentistry such as for framework in dental restorations, for manufacturing of drill guides in dental implants and in manufacturing of aligners or wire bending (robotically) in orthodontics, it can also be used in oral and maxillofacial surgery and in medical modeling. Recent advances in 3D printing or imaging such as Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT), intraoral scanners along with CAD and CAM is of greater importance with respect to dentistry. To conclude endodontic guide along with the help of 3D printing techniques is thought to be safe and precise method for various endodontic and other dental procedures.

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