Most pediatric dentists in the United. Kingdom and North America1,2 use formocresol pulpotomy for vital pri- mary pulp therapy. In the United Kingdom. Permanent teeth with necrotic pulps can be treated with the same procedure that is used for the treatment of similarly involved deciduous molars—a two-step. Formocresol pulpotomy Formocresol was introduced in by Buckley, who contended that equal parts of formalin and tricresol.

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Comparison of mineral trioxide aggregate and formocresol as pulp-capping agents in pulpotomized primary teeth. The success of FC is thought to be related to its fixative characteristic. Calcium hydroxide pulpotomy with a light-cured cavity-sealing material after two years. Mineral trioxide aggregate vs. Pulp tissue reaction to formocresol and zinc oxide eugenol. Although there were no differences between materials, only in the CH group did three teeth require extraction due to further clinical symptoms of radiographic forrmocresol during the month follow-up period.

If a formocrsol had more than one molar needing pulpotomy, the material used for pulpotomy was randomly selected. Success rate of formocresol pulpotomy versus mineral trioxide aggregate in human primary molar tooth. According to the Chi-square test, there were no differences among the groups for all follow-up periods.


Modulation of polymorphonuclear leukocyte adherence by pulpotomy medicaments: Comparison of clinical and radiographic success rates of pulpotomy in primary molars using Formocresol, ferric sulfate and mineral trioxide aggregate MTA. YAG lasers on dental pulp tissue.

At 30 months, one additional tooth was recorded as unsuccessful due to furcation radiolucency. The cavity was flushed with water by an air-water syringe and gently dried.

Eur J Paediatr Dent. In pediatric dentistry, pulpotomy is a common therapy performed in a primary molar with extensive caries but without evidence of radicular pathology when caries removal results in a ppulpotomy or mechanical pulp exposure.

Physical and chemical properties of a new root-end filling material. Effectiveness of 4 pulpotomy techniques–randomized controlled trial. J Am Dent Assoc ; Restorations of pulpotomized primary molar teeth evaluations were carried out at baseline and control sessions under normal clinical conditions with a dental operating light, mouth mirror, and firmocresol explorer.

Evaluation of formocresol, calcium hydroxide, ferric sulfate, and MTA primary molar pulpotomies

Effect of an extra-pulpal blood clot on healing following experimental pulpotomy and capping with calcium hydroxide. Formocresol, still a controversial material for pulpotomy: J Dent Res ; Pulpotomy therapy in primary teeth: Physiology of the human dental pulp.

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All the restorations were completed with the same method as in the FC pulpotomy. The only group that had clinical failed teeth requiring extraction was CH. Indian J Dent Res ; However, three of five teeth were unsuccessful in the CH during formocresop observation, and showed clinical symptoms at later periods.

Comparison of electrosurgery and formocresol as pulpotomy techniques in dog primary teeth. Reaction of the pulp to calcium hydroxide.

It was thought that after the healing process was failed, resorption may have occurred. Internal resorption as a complication following pulpotomy. A randomized clinical trial.

Evaluation of formocresol, calcium hydroxide, ferric sulfate, and MTA primary molar pulpotomies

In the studies about CH pulpotomy, Moretti et al. The most common formocresl was IR that was seen in all groups. Pulpal therapy in primary molar teeth: The pharmacology of benzyl alcohol and its esters.