Süt Dişlerinde Ferrik Sülfat Amputasyonunda Kullanılan Farklı Kaide Materyallerinin Başarıya Etkilerinin Klinik ve Radyografik Olarak İncelenmesi
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The aim of this study was to investigate and compare the clinical and radiographic success rates zinc oxide eugenol, calcium hydroxide and MTA products in pulpotomized primary molars. Access cavities for pulpotomy were prepared in 105 primary molars in 40 children. Following hemorrhage control with ferric sulphate, the teeth were randomly assigned into three groups with respect to the medicament used over the pulpotomy site: Group 1: zinc oxide eugenol; Group 2: calcium hydroxide cement and Group 3: MTA. The teeth were further restored using glass ionomer cement and stainless steel crowns. Follow-up examinations were carried out at 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 21 and 24 months. Clinical failure rate was % 11,8 in Group 1, % 26,0 in Group 2, % 14,3 in Group 3. Radiographic failure rate was % 20,8 in Group 1, % 37,6 in Group 2, % 25,7 in Group 3. The present results demonstrate that calcium hydroxide yields significantly lower radiographic and clinical success rates compared to zinc oxide eugenol and MTA products at 24 months. The difference of both three products is not statistically relevant (p<0,05).