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Calcium Hydroxide Liner Clinical Steps

When carious dentin is left near the pulp, some clinical guidelines suggest a liner should be placed using an indirect pulp cap technique, 4 while others recommend the direct application of an adhesively bonded restoration. 3 If a calcium hydroxide or calcium silicate liner is placed, its purpose is to stimulate the release of growth factors and, consequently, the formation of reparative dentin to protect the pulp …

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  • Calcium Hydroxide Side Effects | Healthfully

    Calcium Hydroxide Side Effects | Healthfully

    Calcium hydroxide, also called lime milk or slaked lime, is a compound typically found in industrial products, such as solvents, cement or cleaning agents. Ingesting, inhaling or touching toxic substances that contain calcium hydroxide may cause severe side effects.

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  • 7: Liner and bases | Pocket Dentistry

    7: Liner and bases | Pocket Dentistry

    calcium hydroxide Calcium hydroxide is a dental liner that stimulates the formation of irregular secondary (tertiary) dentine. It also has a function for direct or indirect pulp capping (see Chapter 9), but will only be discussed in this chapter as a dental liner .

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  • Calcium Hydroxide Cement Placement  Columbia University

    Calcium Hydroxide Cement Placement Columbia University

    Calcium hydroxide is a low strength base that can be used as a liner, intermediary base or pulp-capping agent. They are supplied as two pastses: a base, and a catalyst containing calcium hydroxide and zinc oxide.

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  • Liners and bases in general dentistry  Weiner  2011

    Liners and bases in general dentistry Weiner 2011

    May 13, 2011 · Craig and Powers consider calcium hydroxide to be a low‐strength base. 6 This is ironic, since they suggest that calcium hydroxide should not be applied in a thickness greater than 0.5 mm, which would make it a liner. Calcium hydroxide is considered to be bactericidal due to its high pH, approximately 12, which is provided by the catalyst.

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  • No additional benefit of using a calcium hydroxide liner

    No additional benefit of using a calcium hydroxide liner

    Clinicians often use calcium hydroxide liners during stepwise treatment of advanced caries. In this randomized clinical trial, the authors compared the short-term outcome of stepwise caries removal with and without use of a calcium hydroxide liner in conjunction with provisional resin-modified glass ionomer (RMGI) restorations.

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  • Calcium Hydroxide  an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Calcium Hydroxide an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Calcium Hydroxide Cavity Liners. Although setting times vary between 2.5 and 5.5 minutes, compressive strengths of these cements continue to increase over a 24-hour period. For a group of five commercial products, compressive strengths ranged from 6.5 to 14.3 MPa at …

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  • Clinical application of calcium hydroxide in dental

    Clinical application of calcium hydroxide in dental

    Clinical application of calcium hydroxide in dental pathology and endodontics. Calcium hydroxide can be used as linings, for indirect and direct pulp cupping, root dressing, root canal sealant, apical closure. The vehicles play a supportive role, giving pastes chemical characteristics such as dissociation and diffusion as well as favoring...

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  • Liners Bases and Cements in Clinical Dentistry A Review

    Liners Bases and Cements in Clinical Dentistry A Review

    Unlike calcium hydroxide, GI does not promote the formation of dentin bridges. In fact, in a clinical study, GI was found in the pulp chamber, which triggered a persistent inflammatory response and appeared to prevent the formation of dentin bridges. 23

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  • What is the role of calcium hydroxide in dentistry?

    What is the role of calcium hydroxide in dentistry?

    Calcium Hydroxide is used a cavity liner, cement base, root canal filling material, direct and indirect pulp capping material in restorative dentistry. This material also helps in the formation of ...

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  • Is a calcium hydroxide liner necessary in the treatment of

    Is a calcium hydroxide liner necessary in the treatment of

    The aim of this systematic review and meta‐analysis was to evaluate whether the use of calcium hydroxide (CH) liner improves the clinical success in the treatment of deep caries lesions of primary and permanent teeth. The review was reported in accordance with the PRISMA Statement.

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  • No additional benefit of using a calcium hydroxide liner

    No additional benefit of using a calcium hydroxide liner

    Clinicians often use calcium hydroxide liners during stepwise treatment of advanced caries. In this randomized clinical trial, the authors compared the short-term outcome of stepwise caries removal with and without use of a calcium hydroxide liner in conjunction with provisional resin-modified glass ionomer (RMGI) restorations.

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  • Direct and Indirect Pulp Capping: A Brief History

    Direct and Indirect Pulp Capping: A Brief History

    Chlorhexidine is a potent antimicrobial, has been shown to inhibit matrix metalloproteinases that may contribute to the breakdown of the adhesive interface over time, does not interfere with the bond strength of adhesive systems, and may have a synergistic effect with calcium hydroxide (one of the reaction products of MTA). 39,85 Overlaying TheraCal LC with the RMGI liner and extending the RMGI liner onto …

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  • Comparison Between Biodentine and Calcium Hydroxide in the

    Comparison Between Biodentine and Calcium Hydroxide in the

    Jun 15, 2016 · Comparison Between Biodentine and Calcium Hydroxide in the Indirect Pulp Treatment on Primary Teeth (IPT) The next step consisted in the placement of the correspondent liner over the remanent carious dentin layer, following the manufacturers instructions, and according to the randomly assignment scheme previously described.

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  • How to get protection under all composite restorations

    How to get protection under all composite restorations

    TheraCal LC is a light-cured, resin-modified calcium silicate filled liner designed for use in direct and indirect pulp capping and as a protective liner under composites, amalgams, cements, and other base materials. It can be used as an alternative to calcium hydroxide, glass ionomer, RMGI, IRM/ZOE and other restorative materials.

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  • Keys to Clinical Success with Pulp Capping: A Review of

    Keys to Clinical Success with Pulp Capping: A Review of

    Calcium hydroxide has excellent antibacterial properties. 88 One study found a 100% reduction in microorganisms associated with pulp infections after one-hour contact with calcium hydroxide. 89 Most importantly, calcium hydroxide has a longterm track record of clinical success as a direct pulp-capping agent in periods of up to 10 years, 46, 84, 90 although reduced success rates have been found in …

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  • PDF Calcium hydroxide in dentistry: A Review

    PDF Calcium hydroxide in dentistry: A Review

    Calcium hydroxide in dentistry: A Review. Calcium hydroxide has been used in dentistry for almost a century. Its mechanism of actions are achieved through the ionic dissociation of Ca (2+) and OH (-) ions and their effect on vital tissues, the induction of hard-tissue deposition and the antibacterial properties.

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  • Pulp Therapy for Primary and Immature Permanent Teeth

    Pulp Therapy for Primary and Immature Permanent Teeth

    chlorhexidine70-72 before the site is covered with calcium hydroxide6,93,94 or MTA.95-97 While calcium hydroxide has been demonstrated to have long-term success, MTA results in more predictable dentin bridging and pulp health.98 MTA (at least 1.5 mm thick) should cover the exposure and surrounding

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  • Dental bases and liners  SlideShare

    Dental bases and liners SlideShare

    May 13, 2014 · Calcium hydroxide is the most soluble followed by ZOE then ZPC. GIC least soluble. Coefficient of thermal expansion, ZOE is the closest to the tooth structure. viscosity: calcium hydroxide followed by ZOE had the highest flow.

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  • Technical Product Profile Update

    Technical Product Profile Update

    followed by application of a layer of Vitrebond liner/base. The calcium hydroxide can help control any possible bleeding, and the Vitrebond layer effectively seals the dentin and provides a mechanically strong base upon which the restorative material is applied. Vitrebond Trad. GI liner Vitrebond Trad. GI liner Working Time (min: s)

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  • calcium hydroxide  SlideShare

    calcium hydroxide SlideShare

    Aug 19, 2015 · • Calcium hydroxide incorporated in a methylcellulose base such as pulpdent, showed earlier and more consistent bridging. • At present calcium hydroxide pulpotomy technique cannot be generally recommended for primary teeth. • recommended agent for carious and traumatic exposures in young permanent teeth, particularly with incomplete closure.

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  • TheraCal LC  The Dental Advisor

    TheraCal LC The Dental Advisor

    TheraCal LC is a light-cured, resin-modified calcium silicate material that performs as a barrier and protectant to the dental pulpal complex. It is indicated for direct and indirect pulp capping and as a protective base/liner under restorative materials including composite, amalgam and cements.

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  • 5 Pulp Therapy in Primary and Immature Permanent Teeth

    5 Pulp Therapy in Primary and Immature Permanent Teeth

    #5 Pulp Therapy in Primary and Immature Permanent Teeth study guide by Lori_Gruskin includes 65 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.

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  • LimeLite Archives  Pulpdent

    LimeLite Archives Pulpdent

    Light Cure Cavity Liner Fluoride releasing • Radiopaque • Universal Shade Contains Hydroxyapatite in a urethane dimethacrylate resin Specially formulated for use with adhesives, composites and traditional restorative materials, Lime-Lite contains hydroxyapatite in a urethane dimethacrylate resin. It releases calcium, hydroxyl, phosphate and fluoride ions, which are known to be beneficial ...

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  • Is a calcium hydroxide liner necessary in the treatment of

    Is a calcium hydroxide liner necessary in the treatment of

    The aim of this systematic review and meta‐analysis was to evaluate whether the use of calcium hydroxide (CH) liner improves the clinical success in the treatment of deep caries lesions of primary and permanent teeth. The review was reported in accordance with the PRISMA Statement.

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  • calcium hydroxide  SlideShare

    calcium hydroxide SlideShare

    Aug 19, 2015 · CALCIUM HYDROXIDE AS AN INTRACANAL MEDICAMENT • plays a major role as an inter-visit dressing in the disinfection of the root canal system. • Calcium hydroxide is normally used as slurry of Calcium hydroxide in a water base. • At body temperature less than 0.2% of Calcium hydroxide is dissolved into ca++ and OH- ions.

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  • Vital Pulp Capping: A Worthwhile Procedure

    Vital Pulp Capping: A Worthwhile Procedure

    This step is very important, for the better the contact of the calcium hydroxide dressing with the pulpal wound, the better the healing. 15,30 The calcium hydroxide should then be covered with a resin-modified glass ionomer extended onto dentin. 31 Subsequently, a permanent restoration can be placed, with a dentin bonding system used to seal the margins of the restoration.

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  • AAPDs guidelines on pulp therapy for primary and immature

    AAPDs guidelines on pulp therapy for primary and immature

    Mar 24, 2013 · Young permanent teeth. A protective liner is a thinly-applied liquid placed on the pulpal surface of a deep cavity preparation, covering exposed dentin tubules, to act as a protective barrier between the restorative material or cement and the pulp. Placement of a thin protective liner such as calcium hydroxide, dentin bonding agent,...

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  • Calcium Hydroxide  Cavity Liners / Bases  Cements

    Calcium Hydroxide Cavity Liners / Bases Cements

    Mixed into paste as a dressing for apexification procedures, direct and indirect pulp capping and as a sub-base under restorations.

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  • Looking at liners bases and cements part 2 | DentistryIQ

    Looking at liners bases and cements part 2 | DentistryIQ

    Home; Clinical; Orthodontics; Looking at liners, bases, and cements, part 2. In Part 1 (March/April issue of Dental Equipment & Materials), we saw that there are many types of materials that can be used as a liner or a base.In this article, we will see that many of these same materials can also be …

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