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quinta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2013

Curso de Especialização em Endodontia da EEC - Últimas Vagas

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Cursos 2o Semestre da Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas - Últimas Vagas

Mestrado de Excelência em Endodontia - VAGAS ESGOTADAS!
Capacitação Avançada em Endodontia -  VAGAS ESGOTADAS!

Especialização em Endodontia - Últimas Vagas
Aperfeiçoamento em Endodontia (Noturno) - Últimas Vagas

MiniResidência em Endodontia - Vagas Esgotadas!


segunda-feira, 26 de agosto de 2013

Congresso da Sociedade Brasileira de Endodontia - Gramado 2013


Professores da EEC - Prof. Carlos Bueno / Profa. Rina Pelegrine / 
Profa. Flavia Abe / Prof. Augusto Kato

Ex-alunos do Mestrado de Excelência em Endodontia da EEC



Aula do Prof. Carlos Bueno (EEC) durante o evento


 Mais de 900 congressistas no SBENDO

1o Turma Hands-on Sistema WaveOne
2o Turma Hands-on Sistema WaveOne

Curso de Especialização em Endodontia da EEC-Brasília / São Leopoldo Mandic

2a Turma de Especialização em Endodontia
 1ª Mesa Redonda EEC Brasília-Discutindo idéias e conceitos em Endodontia
 Microscopia aplicada aos tratamentos endodônticos realizados em Clínica

Painéis apresentados por alunos do Mestrado de Excelência em Endodontia - Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas

Lincoln de Campos Fruchi
 Marcelo Santos Coelho

8o. Encontro Internacional da Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas-20, 21 E 22 DE MARÇO DE 2014 PRESENÇA DO PROF. M J. SCIANAMBLO - CALIFORNIA - EUA - INTRODUTOR DO SISTEMA PROTAPER NEXT- DIA 21 DE MARÇO - CURSO MASTER -SAVE THE DATE

8o. Encontro Internacional da Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas
20, 21 E 22 DE MARÇO DE 2014 

PRESENÇA DO PROF. M J. SCIANAMBLO - CALIFORNIA - EUA - INTRODUTOR DO SISTEMA PROTAPER NEXT- DIA 21 DE MARÇO - 
CURSO MASTER -SAVE THE DATE




quinta-feira, 22 de agosto de 2013

Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas no Paraguai - Prof. Alexandre Sigrist

O Prof. Alexandre Sigrist (Equipe de Endodontia de Canpinas) esteve no Paraguai a convite da
aluna de mestrado da EEC e também Profa. Karina Hamid.

EEC no SBENDO GRAMADO-RS / Hands-on de Sistema Reciprocante

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terça-feira, 20 de agosto de 2013

Especialização em Endodontia da Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas - Setembro 2013

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Caso Clínico do Aluno de Mestrado da Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas - Marcelo Coelho

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domingo, 18 de agosto de 2013

Caso Clínico - Prof. Carlos Fontana / Sistema Reciprocante WaveOne

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JOE august 2013 - The Incidence of Root Microcracks Caused by 3 Different Single-file Systems versus the ProTaper System


The Incidence of Root Microcracks Caused by 3 Different Single-file Systems versus the ProTaper System

Rui Liu, DDS,* Ben Xiang Hou, DDS, PhD,* Paul R. Wesselink, DDS, PhD,† Min-Kai Wu, MSD, PhD,† and Hagay Shemesh, DDS, PhD†


Abstract
Introduction: The aim of this study was to compare the incidence of root cracks observed at the apical root surface and/or in the canal wall after canal instrumenta- tion with 3 single-file systems and the ProTaper system (Dentsply Maillefer, Ballaigues, Switzerland). Methods: One hundred mandibular incisors were selected. Twenty control teeth were coronally flared with Gates-Glidden drills (Dentsply Maillefer). No further preparation was made. The other 80 teeth were mounted in resin blocks with simulated periodontal ligaments, and the apex was exposed. They were divided into 4 experimental groups (n = 20); the root canals were first coronally flared with Gates-Glidden drills and then instrumented to the full working length with the ProTaper, OneShape (Micro- Mega, Besancon, France), Reciproc (VDW, Munich, Germany), or the Self-Adjusting File (ReDent-Nova, Ra’a- nana, Israel). The apical root surface and horizontal sections 2, 4, and 6 mm from the apex were observed under a microscope. The presence of cracks was noted. The chi-square test was performed to compare the appear- ance of cracked roots between the experimental groups. Results: No cracks were found in the control teeth and teeth instrumented with the Self-Adjusting File. Cracks were found in 10 of 20 (50%), 7 of 20 (35%), and 1 of 20 (5%) teeth after canal instrumentation with the Pro- Taper, OneShape, and Reciproc files, respectively. The difference between the experimental groups was statisti- cally significant (P < .001). Conclusions: Nickel-titanium instruments may cause cracks on the apical root surface or in the canal wall; the Self-Adjusting File and Reciproc files caused less cracks than the ProTaper and OneShape files. (J Endod 2013;39:1054–1056)

Key Words
Root crack, single-file system 


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Joe August 2013 - Sodium Hypochlorite with Reduced Surface Tension Does Not Improve In Situ Pulp Tissue Dissolution


Sodium Hypochlorite with Reduced Surface Tension Does Not Improve In Situ Pulp Tissue Dissolution


Gustavo De-Deus, DDS, MSc, PhD,* Marco Andr e de Berredo Pinho, DDS, MSc, PhD,† Claudia Reis, DDS, MSc, PhD,‡ Sandra Fidel, DDS, MSc, PhD,† Erick Souza, DDS, MSc, PhD,† and Matthias Zehnder, DDS, PhD§ 



Abstract
Introduction: Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) solutions with added wetting agents are advertised to dissolve necrotic tissue in root canals faster than their counter- parts without a lowered surface tension. This was tested in the current study, and the null hypothesis formulated was that there was no difference between a commer- cially available NaOCl solution with a lowered surface tension (Chlor-XTRA; Vista Dental Products, Racine, WI) and a counterpart containing the same amount of available chlorine without added wetting agents regarding the soft tissue that remains in oval-shaped canals after mechanical preparation and irrigation. Methods: Formerly vital extracted teeth (N = 44, 22 pairs) with similar anatomy were radiographically paired and chemomechanically prepared. In 1 tooth from each pair, a 5.25% NaOCl solution with reduced surface tension was used; in the other, a pure, technical-grade NaOCl solu- tion of 5.25% was used. The percentage of remaining pulp tissue (PRPT) was histologically assessed in root cross- sections. The non-Gaussian raw data were subjected to Kruskal-Wallis and Mann-Whitney U tests to verify the respective effect of the cross-section level and solution on the PRPT. The relationship between the cross-section level and the PRPT was estimated by the Spearman corre- lation test. The alpha-type error was set at 5%. Results: The cross-section level significantly influenced the PRPT (P < .05), whereas the PRPT was not influenced by the solution used (P > .05). A significant inverse correlation was found between the cross-section level and the PRPT (P < .05, r = 0.330). The lower the distance to the apex, the higher the PRPT regardless of the solution used. Conclusions: Contrary to the advertised statement, the dental solution with a reduced surface tension did not dissolve vital pulp tissue in oval root canals any better than a conventional NaOCl solution of similar strength. Closer to the apex, pulp tissue dissolution is less efficient irre- spective of the solution. (J Endod 2013;39:1039–1043)

Key Words
Chlor-XTRA, debridement, oval shaped root canals, pulp tissue, sodium hypochlorite, surface tension

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JOE august 2013 - One-Visit Versus Two-Visit Root Canal Treatment: Effectiveness in the Removal of Endotoxins and Cultivable Bacteria


One-Visit Versus Two-Visit Root Canal Treatment: Effectiveness in the Removal of Endotoxins
and Cultivable Bacteria

Ana Claudia C. Xavier, DDS, MSc, Frederico C. Martinho, DDS, MSc, PhD, Adriana Chung, DDS, MSc, Luciane D. Oliveira, DDS, MSc, PhD, Antônio O.C. Jorge, DDS, MSc, PhD, Ma rcia C. Valera, DDS, MSc, PhD, and Cla udio A.T. Carvalho, DDS, MSc, PhD

Abstract
Introduction: This clinical study was conducted to compare the effectiveness of 1-visit versus 2-visit root canal treatment in removing endotoxins and cultivable bacteria from primarily infected root canals. Methods: Forty-eight primarily infected root canals were selected and randomly divided into 4 groups: G1, 1% NaOCl; G2, 2% chlorhexidine (CHX) gel; G3, 1% NaOCl + Ca(OH)2; and G4, 2% CHX gel + Ca(OH)2 (all, n = 12). G1 and G2 involved 1-visit treatment, whereas G3 and G4 involved 2-visit treatment with the placement of Ca(OH)2 medica- tion for 14 days. Samples were collected before and after root canal procedures. A chromogenic LAL assay test was used to quantify endotoxins. Culture techniques were used to determine bacterial counts. Results: Endotoxins and cultivable bacteria were detected in 100% of the initial samples. All treatment protocols were effective in reducing bacterial load from infected root canals: G1 (1% NaOCl, 99.97%), G2 (2% CHX gel, 99.75%), G3 (1% NaOCl + Ca(OH)2, 99.90%), and G4 (2% CHX gel + Ca(OH)2, 96.81%), respectively (P < .05). No differ- ences were found in bacterial load reduction when comparing 1-visit and 2-visit treatment groups, irrespec- tive of the irrigant tested (P > .05). Higher median percentage values of endotoxin reduction were achieved in the 2-visit treatment groups (G3, 98.01% and G4, 96.81%) compared with 1-visit treatment groups (G1, 86.33% and G2, 84.77%) (all P < .05). Conclusions: Both 1-visit and 2-visit root canal treatment protocols were effective in reducing bacteria and endotoxins, but they were not able to eliminate them in all root canals analyzed. Furthermore, 2-visit root canal treatment proto- cols were more effective in reducing endotoxins than 1-visit root canal treatment protocols. 

(J Endod 2013;39:959–964)


Key Words
Endotoxin, LAL, limulus amebocyte lysate assay, root canal


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quarta-feira, 14 de agosto de 2013

segunda-feira, 12 de agosto de 2013

Casos Clínicos da Aluna de Especialização em Endodontia Aline Camargo



Caso Clínico da Aluna de Especialização em Endodontia Nayara Andrade

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domingo, 11 de agosto de 2013

Cursos do 2o Semestre da Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas EEC - Vagas Limitadas

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quarta-feira, 7 de agosto de 2013

Caso Clínico de Complicações em Endodontia - Prof. Rina Pelegrine

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terça-feira, 6 de agosto de 2013

Defesa de Mestrado em Endodontia da EEC - Aluna: Luciana Machado de Abreu

Defesa de Mestrado em Endodontia da Aluna Luciana Machado de Abreu
Título: “ Avaliação da presença do precipitado formado a partir da associação do hipoclorito de sódio e a clorexidina com e sem o uso do EDTA”
Banca:
Prof. Carlos E. da Silveira Bueno - presidente da banca
Prof. Alexandre Sigris De Martin - 1o membro
Prof. Wanderson Miguel Maia Chiesa  - 2o membro

segunda-feira, 5 de agosto de 2013

Aula com o Prof. Wanderson Chiesa no Mestrado em Endodontia da EEC

Mais uma vez o Porf. Wanderson Chiesa esteve na São leopoldo Mandic 
Campinas para colaborar com o Curso de Mestrado em Endodontia da Equipe de Endodontia de Campinas.
Deste vez o tema da aula foi: "Instrumentos Endodônticos. Uma nova realidade?"