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  Work experience influences treatment approaches in endodontics: a questionnaire survey among dentists in Western Norway
Nor Tannlegeforen Tid. 2020; 130: 602–8
We aimed to collect information on endodontic treatment proce- dures among dentists in the public dental service (PDS) in two counties in Western Norway and relate this information to their work experience. A survey comprised of 35 questions related to personal information, frequency of endodontic treatment, endo- dontic procedures and treatment principles was distributed elec- tronically to 187 dentists. The response rate was 74 %, and 130 dentists participated. Among them, 57.0 % had completed their education less than 13 years ago, and almost all were below 39 years old (95 %). The majority (81.0 %) had graduated in Norway. Stepwise caries excavation in both dentitions and direct pulp cap-
ping in primary teeth were more frequently performed by dentists with less than 13 years from graduation. Routine use of rubber dam was high among the responders (87 %). However, rubber dam use and radiograph uptakes were more frequent among the younger dentists. The majority used rotary instrumentation sy- stems and followed the current guidelines for use of antibiotics. In general, dentists in PDS follow the current endodontic treatment guidelines. However, it seems that the more recently graduated dentists perform more endodontic procedures and tend to adhere more to the taught principles regarding rubber dam use and radi- ograph uptakes.
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