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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.11.NQ66116

TO EVALUATETHE OCCURRENCE AND VARIABLES IMPACTING POST OPERATIVE PAINAFTER ROOT CANAL TREATMENT IN ORTHODONTICALLY CORRECTED TEETH: AN ORIGINAL RESEARCH STUDY

Ruchi Saini, Reshu Jindal Goyal, Rucha Jain, Tejash Taunk, Pooja Bopche, SonamRungta Agrawal

Abstract

Background: The documented frequencies of post-endodontic discomfort in the literature vary from 1.5 percent to 53 percent. The occurrence of post-operative pain varies; some research find high incidences while others indicate low rates. 82.9 percent is a relatively high occurrence rate for post-obturation soreness, according to reports. Large variations in prevalence rate can be due to sample size variances, different techniques, and ethnic as well as cultural variables. Previous research has looked at the prevalence of postoperative pain following single visit treatments. Aim: To evaluate incidence and factors influencing post operative pain following root canal treatment in orthodontically corrected vital teeth.

Keywords

Post operative pain, Root canal therapy, Orthodontic treatment, Malocclusion

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