A Combination of Full Pulpotomy and Chairside CAD/CAM Endocrown to Treat Teeth with Deep Carious Lesions and Pulpitis in a Single Session: A Preliminary Study.

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Auteur: 
Munoz-Sanchez, ML; Linas, N; Decerle, N; Hennequin, M; Cousson, PY
Date Publication: 
2020
Mois: 
Août
Revue: 
International journal of environmental research and public health
ISSN: 
1660-4601
NLM-ID: 
101238455
Volume: 
17
Num: 
17
Résumé: 
A higher chance of carrying out a successful full pulpotomy Mai depend on whether the coronal restoration can be completed within a single appointment. The development of chairside CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing) technology has made it possible to carry out indirect restoration of endodontically treated teeth in a single session. This study aimed to evaluate the long-term outcome of a full pulpotomy with Biodentine™ immediately covered with a chairside CAD/CAM endocrown on teeth affected by pulpitis and deep carious lesions. The investigation involved a cohort of 30 molars that were treated by pulpotomy and CAD/CAM endocrown. Clinical and radiological examinations were scheduled at 1, 6, and 12 months postoperatively. Overall, all treatments were effective at any time during the follow-up. The results of this study need to be confirmed with a longer-term follow-up to allow for comparison with the literature. This original combination of endodontic and restorative treatments provides an Endo-prosthetic continuum in a single session, with the objective of long-term success in terms of tooth health.
MeSH: 
Computer-Aided Design|Humans|Molar|Probability|Pulpitis/therapy|Pulpotomy/methods
Mots clés auteurs: 
/CAD/CAM restoration/chairside/deep carious lesions/full pulpotomy/pulpitis
DOI: 
10.3390/ijerph17176340
PMID: 
32878168