GRANULOTEC is a eugenol-free, bactericidal, non-resorbable, and radiopaque planning for the changeless obturation of infected root trenches, especially in the vicinity of a granuloma. It is intended for use following pulpectomy and root canal therapy. It ensures that the contamination will be repaired, that the granuloma will be reabsorbed, and that the periapical tissues will heal. In addition, it may be applied as a method for the permanent obturation of teeth that have not been contaminated. Granulotec assures that the infection will cure, that the granuloma will resorb, and that the periapical tissues will regenerate. Granulotec is a eugenol-free, antibacterial, non-resorbable, and radiopaque planning for the changeless obturation of infected root trenches after pulpectomy and root canal therapy, particularly in the vicinity of a granuloma. obturation of infected root canals in a manner that is irreversible, particularly when there is a granuloma present.
Properties Granulotec is a preparation that is used for the permanent obturation, following pulpectomy and root canal therapy, of infected root canals, particularly when there is a granuloma present. This preparation is eugenol-free, bactericidal, non-resorbable, and radio-opaque. It is also to be utilised as a method for the permanent obturation of teeth that are important and have not been contaminated.
Pain during endodontic surgery was reported in 5 of 35 patients (or 14.3 percent), and the length of the pain ranged from one to five days; nevertheless, the use of NSAIDs was not necessary. During the course of the observation period, two teeth were removed from the sample population (one case of periapical abscess with sinus tract and one case periapical abscess without sinus tract). At the conclusion of the observation period, full bone remodelling was seen in 30 of the patients, a considerable decrease in the size of the periapical lesion was accomplished in 2 of the patients, and periapical lesion stability occurred in 1 patient. It was successful in 91.4 percent of attempts overall.
Granulotec, when used for the treatment of chronic apical periodontitis in only one visit, enables patients to achieve excellent outcomes while minimising their risk of problems.
In 22 patients with root canal obturation, endodontic treatment of 35 teeth with apical granuloma was conducted using lateral condensation with Granulotec sealer. This procedure was performed on teeth that had apical granuloma.
Based on clinical and radiological data, an analysis of the effectiveness of the endodontic sealer Granulotec was performed to determine its ability to permanently obturate root canals in patients who had apical granuloma.
Root canals that are diseased are sealed off permanently.
Granuloma treatment and care
Free of eugenol in its makeup
After setting, the paste should have an appropriate texture.
Facilitates the use of composites in direct coronal obturations.
Provides for simple re-reaming of the canal in the event that it is necessary for additional inlay core or bridge rebuilding
One part is sufficient for more than fifty treatments.