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Color evaluation of a resin cement light polymerized by different light sources and submitted to potentially staining beverages

Avaliação da cor de um cimento resinoso fotopolimerizado por diferentes fontes de luz e submetidos a bebidas potencialmente corantes

Tatiane Cristina DOTTA; Vinicius Cappo BIANCO; Alma Blásida Concepción Elizaur Benitez CATIRSE; Mayara Manfrin ARNEZ; Raisa CASTELO; Ana Paula Terossi de GODOI

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Abstract

Abstract: Introduction: The color stability of resin cements, whether dual-pre-cured or photopolymerizable, as well as the color of the dental substrate, are fundamental for the aesthetic success of ceramic restorations, since the ceramic presents a high level of translucency due to its small thickness.

Objective: The aim of this in vitro study was to evaluate the color of a resin cement light polymerized by different light sources and immersed in potentially staining beverages.

Material and method: Were made 42 specimens of resin cement Variolink-Esthetic (2×6mm) (n=7), being half polymerized with LED light (F1) and half with Halogen light (F2). The specimens were stored in artificial saliva at 37 °C±1 °C. After 24 hours, they were polished with abrasive discs, and divided for the purpose of being submitted to the different solutions for 2 minutes per day, for 28 days, as follows: S1 – Coca-Cola; S2 – Red Wine; and S3 – Distilled Water (Control). Five color readouts were taken: T0 – initial; T1 – 7 days; T2 – 14 days; T3 – 21 days; and T4 – 28 days; with a spectrophotometer (Model SP62S). The color change data (ΔE*) were submitted to statistical analysis, ANOVA and Tukey (p≤0.05).

Result: Analyzing the factor solution, S2 (5.89 (±0.02)), produced a higher ΔE* value than S1 (3.79 (±0.02)) and (S1), a higher value than S3 (1.41 (±0.02)). Analyzing the factor light source, F2 (4.05 (±0.12)), produced a higher ΔE* value than F1 (3.33 (±0.12)). When analyzing the factor time, ΔE* values were found to increase gradually over the course of time: T1(2.36 (±0.08)); T2(3.27 (±0.08)); T3(4.06 (±0.08)); and T4(5.09 (±0.08)).

Conclusion: It was concluded that red wine produced a greater color change; Halogen light promoted highest degree of pigmentation; and the longer the time of immersion, the greater the color change of the material.

Keywords

Color, dental cements, beverages

Resumo

Resumo: Introdução: A estabilidade de cor dos cimentos resinosos, sejam eles de presa dual ou fotopolimerizáveis, assim como a cor do substrato dental, são fundamentais para o sucesso estético das restaurações cerâmicas uma vez que a cerâmica apresenta alto nível de translucidez devido a sua pequena espessura.

Objetivo: O objetivo deste estudo in vitro foi avaliar a cor de um cimento resinoso fotopolimerizado por diferentes fontes de luz e imersos em bebidas potencialmente corantes.

Material e método: Foram confeccionados 42 espécimes do cimento resinoso Variolink-Esthetic (2×6mm) (n=7), sendo metade fotopolimerizado com luz LED (F1) e metade com luz Halógena (F2). Os espécimes foram mantidos em saliva artificial à 37 °C±1 °C. Após 24 horas, foram polidos com discos abrasivos e subdivididos para serem imersos 2 minutos por dia, durante 28 dias, nas diferentes soluções: S1 – Coca-Cola; S2 – Vinho Tinto; e S3 – Água destilada (controle). Foram realizadas 5 leituras de cor: T0 – inicial; T1 – 7 dias; T2 – 14 dias; T3 – 21 dias; e T4 – 28 dias; com auxílio de um espectrofotômetro (modelo SP62S). Os dados de alteração de cor (ΔE*) foram submetidos a análise estatística, ANOVA e Tukey (p≤0,05).

Resultado: Analisando o fator solução, S2 (5,89 (±0,02)), proporcionou maior ΔE* que S1 (3,79 (±0,02)) e este (S1), maior que S3 (1,41 (±0,02)). Analisando o fator fonte de luz, F2 (4,05 (±0,12)), proporcionou maior ΔE* que F1 (3,33 (±0,12)). E analisando o fator tempo, obteve-se que ΔE* foi gradativamente aumentando no decorrer do tempo: T1(2,36 (±0,08)); T2(3,27 (±0,08)); T3(4,06 (±0,08)); e T4(5,09 (±0,08)).

Conclusão: Conclui-se que o vinho tinto promoveu maior alteração de cor; a luz Halógena promoveu maior pigmentação e; quanto maior o tempo de imersão, maior alteração de cor do material.
 

Palavras-chave

Cor, cimentos dentários, bebidas

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