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Results suggested that a significantly lower percentage of allografts placed in defects adjacent to blood pressure medication nifedipine order 10 mg zebeta fast delivery endodontically obturated teeth resulted in complete or greater than 50% osseous regeneration as compared to blood pressure monitor cvs cheap zebeta 5mg with mastercard those placed adjacent to 5 hypertension generic 5mg zebeta with mastercard non-obturated teeth of unknown pulpal status (33% versus 65%) prehypertension fatigue cheap zebeta 10mg mastercard. While the authors concluded there is need for greater attention to osseous defects associated with endodontically obturated teeth, they felt differences were at least in part due to continuing endodontic pathology associated with inadequate obturations. Gutmann (1978) evaluated the prevalence, location, and patency of accessory canals in the furcation regions of first and second molars. Under external vacuum, safranin dye was placed in the pulp chamber and forced through the tooth. Ability of the pulp and periodontium to communicate via dentinal tubules was also evident, especially where cementum was denuded. Although this study demonstrated the prevalence of accessory canals, it is quite different from the in vivo scenario where living cells (odontoblasts) can exclude material from dentinal tubules. The author emphasized that the mere presence of accessory canals does not imply that pathosis will spread from one entity to another. While necrotic tissue and bacterial plaque present in accessory canals may not severely affect the pulp, they may tend to perpetuate periodontal furcation lesions making therapeutic success impossible. Since periodontally affected teeth have more exposed root surface area due to attachment loss than other teeth, Kirkham (1975) investigated the incidence of accessory canals adjacent to periodontal pockets by injecting a radiopaque solution into the pulp chambers of 100 extracted periodontally-involved teeth. Upon radiographic examination, 23% of the teeth exhibited one or more lateral canals. No accessory canals were observed in the furca (although the furcation was not specifically examined). Maxillary molars and mandibular incisors had the lowest percentage of teeth with accessory canals. Although 1 of these teeth showed histologic signs of pulpal necrosis, it was impossible to determine the exact origin of the periodontic-endodontic lesion. The ability of bacteria to traverse tooth structure was demonstrated by Adriaens et al. Although bacterial invasion of the dentinal tubules was generally limited to the outer 300 (am, bacteria were detected on the pulpal wall in 2 teeth. Periodontic-Orthodontic Relationships colonization of treated root surfaces could occur. In general, these studies indicate that the periodontium does not predictably affect the dental pulp. When it does exert an effect, it most likely occurs via lateral canals (apical third and furcation) and in previously compromised pulps (through periodontal or restorative treatment). Ultrastructural observations on bacterial invasion in cementum and radicular dentin of periodontally diseased human teeth. Effect of experimentally induced marginal periodontitis and periodontal scaling on the dental pulp. Endodontic complications following periodontal and prosthetic treatment of patients with advanced periodontal disease. A histological evaluation of the human pulp in teeth with varying degrees of periodontal disease. Regeneration of the attachment apparatus on pulpless teeth denuded of cementum in the Rhesus monkey. In vitro growth of human gingival fibroblasts on root surfaces of endodontically treated teeth. Prevalence, location, and patency of accessory canals in the furcation region of permanent molars. Clinical evaluation of freezedried bone allografts in periodontal osseous defects. Histologic evaluation of dental pulp tissue of a patient with periodontal disease. The author concludes that although intermittent forces seem to offer the best chance of complete physiologic tooth movement, continuous light forces provide a compromise that is more time efficient and results in no permanent tissue damage. Retention of orthodontically repositioned teeth is necessary to allow tissues to reorient to their new position.

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