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Post-Operative Pain in Reciprocating Versus Rotary Kinematics Post-Endodontic Treatment: A Systematic Review

  1. Department of Restorative Dental Science, College of Dentistry, King Khalid University, Abha Saudi Arabia.

Abstract

Inconsistent findings will be found by practitioners who research the published literature to find answers to their questions about the best procedure to use when treating teeth that may have postoperative pain. Undoubtedly, the available research does not provide a clear roadmap for selecting the ideal kinematic system for automated endodontic treatment that will minimize postoperative discomfort. To thoroughly examine two alternative kinematics of instrumentation—rotary, and reciprocating—about postoperative pain following endodontic treatment. Pubmed, Scopus, Embase, Web of Science, Ovid, Global Health, PsycINFO, etc. were scoured using phrases like root canal treatment, post-operative pain, rotary endodontic file system, reciprocating endodontic file system, clinical trial, endodontic, etc. The researcher gathered pertinent data from the papers, such as pain outcome, follow-up, pain control methods, the technique of evaluating pain, obturation technique application of ultrasonic, the sort of irrigating solution. For this comprehensive assessment, 21 articles were chosen. There was no distinction between the reciprocating and rotary systems in the systematic study examining the frequency of postoperative discomfort. However, the rotational system was shown to be more effective according to the systematic review's findings that evaluated postoperative pain severity. The rotational system significantly reduced postoperative pain, according to analysis of trials that used continuous variables to measure pain intensity. There was no distinction between the investigated (rotary/reciprocating) systems in the systematic study examining the incidence of postoperative discomfort. The rotational system, however, was shown to be more effective according to the findings of the systematic review that evaluated the postoperative pain severity.


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Algarni Y. Post-Operative Pain in Reciprocating Versus Rotary Kinematics Post-Endodontic Treatment: A Systematic Review. Arch Pharm Pract. 2024;15(2):53-63. https://doi.org/10.51847/x2V7dSci4K
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Algarni, Y. (2024). Post-Operative Pain in Reciprocating Versus Rotary Kinematics Post-Endodontic Treatment: A Systematic Review. Archives of Pharmacy Practice, 15(2), 53-63. https://doi.org/10.51847/x2V7dSci4K

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