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ac·cess cav·i·ty

(akses kavi-tē)
Removal of the pulp roof to gain direct access to the pulp chamber and all root canals
Synonym(s): access (2) .
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Caption: Figure 1: Clinical photograph of tooth 45 with an occlusal restoration of the access cavity and fractured dens evaginatus tubercle of tooth 35.
67.78% of subjects (61/90) secured successful pulpal anaesthesia and had no pain or mild pain during access cavity preparation and pulp extirpation while 32.22% of subjects (29/90) felt moderate to severe pain during the procedure and were recorded as unsuccessful in their respective technique (Table 2).
Chi square test was used to compare success of inferior alveolar nerve block in group A and B after 45 minutes and access cavity preparation.
Similarly, the distribution of types of access cavity errors and types of instrumentation errors were significantly different by gender (Table 1).
The final step after the last walking bleach technique is the restoration of the access cavity with resin composite.
A small moist cotton pellet was placed over the MTA, and the access cavity was sealed with temporary filling material.
The access cavity was modified using a round bur (Dentsply- Maillefer, Ballaigues, Switzerland).
In contrast, if the access cavity restoration is leaking or absent, oxygen as well as moisture will enter.
Cone beam computed tomography, labial access cavity preparation, maxillary lateral incisor, root canal treatment, root dilaceration.
After anesthesia with 4% septocaine with 1 : 100,000 adrenaline (Ubistesin Forte, 3M ESPE, Seefeld, Germany) and rubber dam isolation (Hygenic Dental Dam, Coltene Whaledent, Langenau, Germany), an access cavity through the crown was prepared.