publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

Biofilm en Endodoncia: una revisión

Sonia Zambrano de la Peña; Doris Salcedo-Moncada; Marieta Petkova Gueorguieva; María Ventocilla Huasupoma;
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  • Published: 30 Dec 2016 Journal: Journal of International Society of Preventive and Community Dentistry, volume 5, page 1 (issn: 2231-0762, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Medknow
Endodontic disease is a biofilm-mediated infection, and primary aim in the management of endodontic disease is the elimination of bacterial biofilm from the root canal system. The most common endodontic infection is caused by the surface-associated growth of microorganisms. It is important to apply the biofilm concept to endodontic microbiology to understand the pathogenic potential of the root canal microbiota as well as to form the basis for new approaches for disinfection. It is foremost to understand how the biofilm formed by root canal bacteria resists endodontic treatment measures. Bacterial etiology has been confirmed for common oral diseases such as cari...
Medical Subject Headings: biochemical phenomena, metabolism, and nutrition
free text keywords: conducto radicular, Review Article, Biofilms, intracanal medicaments, periapical infections, pulpal infections, root canal irrigation, Microbiology, Biofilm, Gingivitis, medicine.symptom, medicine, Biology, Antibiotic resistance, Periodontitis, medicine.disease, Antimicrobial, Endodontics, medicine.medical_specialty, Root canal, medicine.anatomical_structure, Bacteria, biology.organism_classification, Dentistry, business.industry, business, Endodontic microbiology
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