Use of Acetic acid in Endodontics: An Investigation into root canal medication using different antimicrobial agents

 
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Acetic acid was evaluated for its effectiveness to be used as an intracanal medicament. Four studies were conducted to confirm the usefulness of acetic acid in medicating the root canals. Study 1: Bacteriology Acetic acid (in different concentrations) and other intracanal medicaments were examined bacteriologically. The weakest concentration of acetic acid that induced a good antimicrobial action was found to be 2 % when it was in direct contact with the microorganisms. The vapor’s antimicrobial action of acetic acid was clear in concentrations from 30 % and above. Tricresol formalin, and formocresol exerted an antimicrobial activity that inhibited all the microorganisms on the culture media. CMCP induced a milder antimicrobial action while calcium hydroxide showed a low antimicrobial action only in direct contact. Study 2: Histopathology Twenty albino rabbits were used in this study. Different intracanal medicaments were inoculated in the tibia of the rabbits and the tissue reaction was examined histopathologically after different time intervals. Two percent of acetic acid showed a mild reaction that subsided after 14 days.

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-Professor in conservative dentistry-Assistant dean for scientific affairs, college of dentistry, university of Baghdad.-Certified member in the European Society of Endodontology.-Published 32 scientific papers.-76 scientific contributions in dental courses and conferences (51 international events)

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