Similar treatment outcomes when performing endodontic therapy on permanent teeth in a single visit or multiple visits
Y. Jo Wong, MS, DDS, MAGD
Systematic Review Conclusion
Single- and multiple-visit endodontic treatments produce similar outcomes in terms of effectiveness and complications, except that patients undergoing single-visit endodontic treatments are more likely to take pain medication than those who undergo multiple visits.
Critical Summary Assessment
The results of this adequately conducted systematic review
show low to moderate–quality evidence to support its conclusions.
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