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Type: DISSERTAÇÃO
Degree Level: Mestrado
Title: Influence of enamel acid-etching on mechanical properties and nanoleakage of resin composite restorations after thermomechanical aging = Influência do condicionamento ácido do ângulo cavosuperficial nas propriedades mecânicas e nanoinfiltração de restaurações após envelhecimento termomecânico
Title Alternative: Influência do condicionamento ácido do ângulo cavosuperficial nas propriedades mecânicas e nanoinfiltração de restaurações após envelhecimento termomecânico
Author: Coppini, Erick Kamiya, 1989-
Advisor: Paulillo, Luis Alexandre Maffei Sartini, 1962-
Abstract: Resumo: The aim of this study was to evaluate the cavosuperficial enamel acid-etching influence in class I cavities, filled with composites on microtensile bond strength, Knoop microhardness and nanoleakage after thermomechanic ageing. It was selected 76 sound molar splitted on: 32 teeth to microtensile test (n=8); 32 teeth to Knoop microhardness (n=8); and 12 teeth (n=3) to nanoleakage analysis. The cavities were prepared on a standard cavity preparation machine. Half of the teeth had the cavosuperficial enamel etched with 35% phosphoric acid and restored with a Silorane restorative system or a Methacrylate restorative system. After the conclusion of the restoration procedures, the teeth were taken to a thermomechanic cycling machine where the artificial ageing was performed with 200.000 mechanical cycles with an 80 N load in a 2HZ frequency and thermocycling by filling the chambers for 30 seconds and 15 seconds drainage with the temperatures varying between 5ºC and 55ºC. The samples were submitted to the microtensile bond strength test, Knoop microhardness and nanoleakage evaluation. To statistical analysis it was performed the ANOVA two-way and Tuckey test (p ? 0,05). The group restored with methacrylate without acid-etching showed the lowest values of microtensile bond strength and it was statistically different to the other groups that have no difference between them. The methacrylate composite presented statistically higher values on Knoop microhardness compared to silorane composite. The nanoleakage analysis showed low infiltration to silorane restorative system and moderate infiltration to the methacrylate restorative system. The methacrylate group restored without enamel acid-etching showed the formation of Water Trees. It can be concluded that the acid-etching improved the bond strength to the methacylate system. The methacrylate composite has bigger Knoop microhardness than silorane composite. The methacrylate restorative system showed moderate infiltration on nanoleakage analysis

Abstract: The aim of this study was to evaluate the cavosuperficial enamel acid-etching influence in class I cavities, filled with composites on microtensile bond strength, Knoop microhardness and nanoleakage after thermomechanic ageing. It was selected 76 sound molar splitted on: 32 teeth to microtensile test (n=8); 32 teeth to Knoop microhardness (n=8); and 12 teeth (n=3) to nanoleakage analysis. The cavities were prepared on a standard cavity preparation machine. Half of the teeth had the cavosuperficial enamel etched with 35% phosphoric acid and restored with a Silorane restorative system or a Methacrylate restorative system. After the conclusion of the restoration procedures, the teeth were taken to a thermomechanic cycling machine where the artificial ageing was performed with 200.000 mechanical cycles with an 80 N load in a 2HZ frequency and thermocycling by filling the chambers for 30 seconds and 15 seconds drainage with the temperatures varying between 5ºC and 55ºC. The samples were submitted to the microtensile bond strength test, Knoop microhardness and nanoleakage evaluation. To statistical analysis it was performed the ANOVA two-way and Tuckey test (p ? 0,05). The group restored with methacrylate without acid-etching showed the lowest values of microtensile bond strength and it was statistically different to the other groups that have no difference between them. The methacrylate composite presented statistically higher values on Knoop microhardness compared to silorane composite. The nanoleakage analysis showed low infiltration to silorane restorative system and moderate infiltration to the methacrylate restorative system. The methacrylate group restored without enamel acid-etching showed the formation of Water Trees. It can be concluded that the acid-etching improved the bond strength to the methacylate system. The methacrylate composite has bigger Knoop microhardness than silorane composite. The methacrylate restorative system showed moderate infiltration on nanoleakage analysis
Subject: Preparo da cavidade dentária
Ataque ácido dentário
Resistência à tração
Editor: [s.n.]
Date Issue: 2013
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