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Background: Pulpectomy is the complete extirpation of the pulp from coronal and radicular portion followed by obturating the root canals with a suitable obturating material. Retaining primary teeth in oral cavity also support the function of esthetic, mastication, maintaining arch length and guidance for eruption of permanent tooth. Objective: The main objective of pulpectomy is to prevent re-infection of the canal from coronal and radicular portion. Methodology: Various obturating technique have been used till date such as; NaviTip, Past inject, disposable syringe, lentulospiral, endodontic pressure syringe, premixed syringe, etc to obdurate root canal of primary teeth. Each of these obturating techniques has their own pros and cons which is also influenced by the obturating material used for obturation of primary teeth. A review has been conducted to assess the best obturating technique for primary teeth. Result: As per reported literature all most all the obturating technique is either lacking in ability to generate quality obturation in terms of optimal obturation and minimal voids. Conclusion: The purpose of this article is to insight the pros and cons of root canal obturating techniques and to generate new focus clinical research using the ideal requirement of obturating technique that can influence endodontics success.