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Effect of conventional irrigation and photoactivated disinfection on Enterococcus faecalis in root canals: An in vitro study

Conclusions: NaOCl alone was not effective in eliminatingE. faecalis completely from the root canals. PAD compared to conventional irrigation showed the best results in removingE. faecalis from root canals.Balakrishna N, Moogi P, Kumar G V, Prashanth B R, Shetty NK, Rao KR. Effect of conventional irrigation and photoactivated disinfection onEnterococcus faecalis in root canals: Anin vitro study. J Conserv Dent 2017;20:125-8
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