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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Effects Of Sodium Hypochlorite Gel And Sodium Hypochlorite Solution On Dentin Bond Strength.
Author: Arias, Vanessa G
Bedran-de-Castro, Ana Karina B
Pimenta, Luiz André
Abstract: The aim of this study was to determine the effect of 10% NaOCl gel and 10% NaOCl solution on dentin bond strengths of four adhesive systems. One hundred eighty bovine incisors were ground to achieve a flat polished surface, then divided into 12 groups: Gluma One Bond [G1-control; G2-NaOCl solution; G3-NaOCl gel]; Prime & Bond 2.1 [G4-control; G5-NaOCl solution; G6-NaOCl gel]; Single Bond [G7-control; G8-NaOCl solution; G9-NaOCl gel]; Prime & Bond NT [G10-control; G11-NaOCl solution; G12-NaOCl gel]. Dentin was etched, rinsed, and blot dried. For the experimental groups, after acid etching, 10% NaOCl solution or 10% NaOCl gel was applied for 60 s, rinsed, and blot dried. Composite resin was inserted and light cured. Shear bond strengths were tested with a crosshead speed of 0.5 mm/min. The mean values MPa (SD) were analyzed with two-way ANOVA and Tukey's tests (alpha < 0.01). Ten percent NaOCl solution significantly increased Gluma One Bond strength. No effect was observed for the other adhesives. The 10% NaOCl gel did not affect bond strengths. Ten percent NaOCl gel was less effective on collagen removal as compared to 10% NaOCl solution. The influence of collagen removal on bond strength is dependent on adhesive system, where both the solvent and the monomer can influence the results.
Subject: Adhesives
Animals
Cattle
Collagen
Dentin-bonding Agents
Gels
Incisor
Materials Testing
Mechanics
Resin Cements
Sodium Hypochlorite
Solutions
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1002/jbm.b.30160
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15490482
Date Issue: 2005
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