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Evaluation of influence of irrigation solution in strength adhesive of a resin cement

Avaliação da influência da solução de irrigação na resistência adesiva de um cimento resinoso

Camilotti, Veridiana; Ioris, Matheus Dalmédico; Busato, Priscilla do Monte Ribeiro; Ueda, Julio Katuhide; Mendonça, Márcio José

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Abstract

The contamination of dentin can interfere with the quality of union between adhesives and tooth. Objective: Was to investigate the influence of different irrigation solutions on bond strength of a resin cement. Material and method: Were selected 40 dental bovine crowns divided into four groups: G0= physiologic serum, G1= chlorhexidine, G2= EDTA, G3= 0.12% chlorhexidine after acid etching. Then the cylinders were fabricated resin cement using a matrix of Tygon with an internal diameter of 1mm and 2mm in height. The polymerization was carried out by LED light unit with 900 mW/cm2 for 40 seconds. 4 cylinders were made of resin cement for each bovine crown, totaling 40 body-of-proof resin cement for each group evaluated. The test microshear bond strength was performed after 24 hours. After this period, the resin cement cylinders were tested in a universal testing machine (EMIC). Data were statistically analyzed by ANOVA and Tukey (p = 0.001). Result: There were no statistically significant differences between groups, except for the G3 which showed significantly lower values of bond strength. Conclusion: The different irrigating solutions used prior to etching dentin not interfere in the bond strength microshear.

Keywords

Detergents, shear strength, dental cements.

Resumo

A contaminação do substrato dentinário pode interferir na qualidade de união entre materiais adesivos e o dente. Objetivo: Investigar a influência de diferentes soluções de irrigação na resistência de união de um cimento resinoso. Material e método: Foram selecionadas 40 coroas dentais bovinas, divididas em quatro grupos: G0 = soro; G1 = clorexidina; G2 = EDTA; G3 = clorexidina 0,12%, após condicionamento ácido. Em seguida, foram confeccionados cilindros de cimento resinoso utilizando-se uma matriz de Tygon com diâmetro interno de 1 mm e 2 mm de altura. A fotoativação foi realizada por aparelho de luz LED com 900 mW/cm2 por 40 segundos. Foram confeccionados quatro cilindros de cimento resinoso para cada coroa bovina, totalizando 40 corpos de prova de cimento resinoso para cada grupo avaliado. O teste de resistência adesiva por microcisalhamento foi realizado após 24 horas. Decorrido esse período, os cilindros de cimento resinoso foram testados em uma máquina universal de ensaios (EMIC). Os dados obtidos foram submetidos à análise estatística pelos testes ANOVA e Tukey (p = 0,001). Resultado: Não houve diferenças estatisticamente significativas entre os grupos estudados, com exceção para o G3, que apresentou de forma significativa os menores valores de resistência adesiva. Conclusão: As diferentes soluções irrigadoras utilizadas previamente ao condicionamento ácido na dentina não interferem na resistência de união por microcisalhamento.

Palavras-chave

Detergentes, resistência ao cisalhamento, cimentos dentários.

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