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Sodyum hipoklorit, klorheksidin ve propolis içerikli solüsyonların potasyum titanyum fosfat lazer ile birlikte kullanımlarının candida albicans üzerine etkinliklerinin incelenmesi

Author(s): Ulku Ozan | Ihsan Hubbezoglu | Zeynep Sumer

Journal: Cumhuriyet Dental Journal
ISSN 2146-2852

Volume: 12;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 33;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Propolis | irrigation | laser | microorganism

Aim: Antimicrobial effects of sodium hypochlorite, chlorhexidine gluconate (CHX) and different concentrations of propolis solutions (PS) were evaluated on Candida albicans in root canals. In the next step, after application of irrigation solutions antimicrobial effect of Potassium Titanium Phosphate (KTP) laser against C. albicans was tested. Material and Methods: Freshly extracted forty-two single rooted human teeth were divided into 6 equal groups; And selected irrigants and application were for Group 1 NaOCl, Group 2 CHX, Group 3 5%PS, Group 4 10%PS, Group 5 20%PS, Group 6 Saline solution (control group). Roots with predetermined lengths were placed in glass bottles. Then, the roots were shaped using ProTaper files by crown down technique. Then the teeth sterilized by ethylene dioxide and contaminated with C. albicans. After then, 2 ml of irrigation solution was used for each teeth. 24h growth were determined by evaluation of turbidity in test tubes. As a final step, KTP laser was applied to root canals and microbial growth were determined. The results were evaluated using Kruskal Wallis, Mann Whitney-U, Chi square and Friedman tests. Results: All tested irrigation solutions (except for control group) were found statistically effective against C. albicans with regard to antimicrobial efficacy (p
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