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Comparison of the Antimicrobial Efficacy of 3 % Sodium Hypochlorite, 2 % Chlorhexidine Gluconate, Neem Leaf Extract, Noni Juice and Guava Leaf Extracts against E Faecalis and C Albicans - In Vitro Study

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 4)

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Page : 1238-1243

Keywords : NaOCl; CHX; E. faecalis; C. albicans;

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Plants have been utilised for health problems and illness prevention, including epidemics, since the dawn of time. India is noted for its extensive medicinal and herbal plant collection. Phytochemical concentration is high in several of the plants. These phytochemicals can be used to make phytomedicines with positive effects on the human body. Phytomedicines are a godsend in the field of endodontics. Herbal extracts are most commonly employed as endodontic irrigants, although they have the potential to be very popular owing to the adverse effects of synthetic drugs that affect the microbiota. This study focuses on the benefits of using various herbal plant extracts as herbenodontics in root canal irrigation over commercially available most popular irrigants for removing microorganisms.

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