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Type: TESE
Title: Resistencia ao cisalhamento por extrusão, push-out, de pinos de fibra de vidro fixados com diferentes tecnicas de cimentação
Title Alternative: Push-out shearing resistance of fiber posts bonded with resin-based luting cement using different techniques
Author: Bueno, Vanessa Castro Pestana da Silveira
Advisor: Paulillo, Luis Alexandre Maffei Sartini, 1962-
Abstract: Resumo: O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar in vitro a influência de diferentes proporções de cimentos resinosos e o uso de co-iniciadores químicos na resistência ao cisalhamento por extrusão, push - out, na interface de união dentina intra-radicular e pinos de fibra de vidro e ainda expressar o grau de infiltração do nitrato de prata na camada híbrida. Foram utilizadas 54 raízes bovinas, divididas em seis grupos experimentais. As técnicas de cimentação avaliadas foram: Grupo I - Clearfil SE Bond/ Panavia F na proporção base/ catalisador 1:1 (CP1), Grupo II - Clearfil SE Bond/ Panavia F 1:3 (CP3), Grupo III - Clearfil SE Bond/ ED primer/ Panavia F 1:1 (CPE), Grupo IV - Scotchbond Multi-Purpose/ RelyX ARC 1:1 (SR1), Grupo V - Scotchbond Multi-Purpose/ RelyX ARC 1:3 (SR3) e Grupo VI - Scotchbond Multi-Purpose/ Catalisador/ RelyX ARC 1:1 (SRC). O teste de Tukey para comparação múltipla (p<0,05) para o ensaio de resistência ao cisalhamento por extrusão de sistemas para a fixação dos pinos de fibra de vidro demonstrou que a maior média foi apresentada pelo sistema SRC (130,71Kgf) e a menor média foi apresentada pelo sistema CPE (16,57Kgf). Os resultados da nanoinfiltração, através da microscopia eletrônica de varredura (MEV), mostraram infiltração de prata na camada híbrida em todos os terços de todos os grupos estudados. Portanto, pôde-se concluir que o uso de co-iniciadores químicos favoreceu a técnica de cimentação com o adesivo Scotchbond Multi-Purpose e cimento RelyX ARC. Para o Clearfil SE Bond e Panavia F a alteração da proporção base/catalisador ou o uso de co-iniciadores químicos não aumentou os valores de resistência ao cisalhamento por extrusão

Abstract: The purpose of this in vitro study was to evaluate the push-out shearing resistance in the union interface of root dentin and fiber posts bonded with resin-based luting cement in different ratios between base and catalyst paste, the use of chemical catalysts and also demonstrate through nanoleakage, observed with SEM, the degree of silver nitrate infiltration in the hybrid layer. Fifty four bovine roots were divided into six experimental groups. For the fiber posts cementation, the following resin-based luting cements were used: Group I - Clearfil SE Bond+ Panavia F with 1:1 base/catalyst ratio (CP1), Group II - Clearfil SE Bond+ Panavia F with 1:3 base/catalyst ratio (CP3), Group III - Clearfil SE Bond + EDprimer + Panavia F with 1:1 base/catalyst ratio (CPE), Group IV - Scotchbond Multi-Purpose + Rely X with 1:1 base/catalyst ratio (SR1), Group V - Scotchbond Multi-Purpose + Rely X with 1:3 base/catalyst ratio (SR3) and Group VI - Scotchbond Multi-Purpose + activator + Rely X with 1:1 base/catalyst ratio (SRC). The push out test was performed using the universal essay machine EMIC D 500, capacity of 100KN in a speed up to the fracture calculated in MPa. The results were submitted to the Tukey test (p<0.05). The highest average was presented by CP1 system (130,71Kgf) and the lowest average was presented by CPE system (16,57Kgf). Moreover, the nanoleakage was evaluated with SEM and it revealed in the bond region the presence of silver in all portions of roots for all groups, however, for both Clearfil SE Bond and Scotchbond Multi-Purpose systems, in which the base/catalyst ratio was increased, it was observed some areas with a more effective adhesion. In accordance with the evaluated factors and considering the obtained results, it can be concluded that the use of chemical catalysts benefited the Scotchbond Multi-Purpose system; however, for the Clearfil SE Bond system, independent of the base/catalyst ratio used, no differences were noticed in the results
Subject: Cimentos de resina
Adesivos dentinários
Dentística
Language: Português
Editor: [s.n.]
Date Issue: 2009
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