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Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) Plugs and Regenerative Endodontic Procedures Provide Equally Successful Outcomes for Patients with Necrotic Pulps in Immature Teeth (CAT#3356)11/12/2018Biraj Patel
Smear Layer Removal Improves Treatment Outcome in Pulpectomy of Primary Teeth and Seondary RCT (Retreatment) of Permanent Teeth (CAT#3316)04/25/2018Hossein Zarezadeh
Laser-Assisted Endodontic Debridement Does Not Improve Healing Compared to Conventional Endodontic Disinfection for Patients With Pulpal Necrosis and Apical Periodontitis (CAT#3200)03/31/2017Nicholas Dybdal-Hargreaves
Regenerative Endodontic Procedures Increase Both Root Length and Width of Necrotic Immature Permanent Teeth Compared to MTA Apexification (CAT#3103)11/14/2016Jenny Sun, DDS
Biomechanical Preparation of the Canal Space is Unnecessary with Pulpal Regeneration Therapy (CAT#2916)12/31/2015Maryhen Arrieta
Root Canal Therapy on Infected Teeth Can Be Done In Single And Multiple-Visits With No Significant Difference In Post-Operative Pain Or In Healing Rate (CAT#2915)11/24/2015Constance Quintero
Two-Visit and One-Visit Endodontic Treatments for Necrotic Teeth with Apical Periodontitis Have Similar Success Rates (CAT#2755)08/18/2014Ryan Gonzales
Electrical Pulp Testing Has Not Been Shown to Be Superior to Cold Test in Diagnosing Pulp Vitality (CAT#2533)08/05/2013Sara Fayazi, DDS
Pulp Testing May Demonstrate Pulp Vitality Effectively In Patients With Full Coverage Restorations (CAT#2375)03/18/2013Mary Grace Camp
Intermittent Low-Dose Parathyroid Hormone [rhPTH(1-34)] Is Useful As Adjunctive Therapy For Bisphosphonate-Related Osteonecrosis Of The Jaw (BRONJ) (CAT#864)04/14/2011Chris Porter
ZOE Pulpectomies In Primary Teeth To Not Increase Discoloration Of Permanent Successors, But May Alter Their Eruption By 20% (CAT#808)03/24/2011Nick Schulte
Two-Visit Endodontic Treatment Versus One-Visit Endodontic Treatment For Necrotic Teeth With Periapical Periodontitis (CAT#488)01/07/2010Nicholas Sager