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Title: The effect of thermocycling on the adhesion of self-etching adhesives on dental enamel and dentin.
Authors: El-Araby, A.
Talic, Y.
Keywords: Dental adhesives; thermocycling; shear bond strength
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Procter & Gamble Company
Citation: Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice: 8(2); 17-24
Abstract: AIM: The aim of the present study was to investigate the effectiveness of one total-etch self-priming adhesive and two one-step self-etching adhesive systems on the adhesion of a resin composite to both dentin and enamel. The effect of thermocycling on the adhesion was also investigated. The null hypothesis tested was thermocycling would not affect bond strengths to enamel and dentin treated with self-etching adhesives or a total-etch adhesive. METHODS AND MATERIALS: Two single-step self-etching adhesives [Xeno III (XE3) and Prompt L-Pop (PP)] and one two-step total-etch adhesive system (Prime & Bond NT) (P&B NT) were used in this study. Thirty caries-free unrestored human third molars were used to make specimens of enamel and dentin. Different adhesives were applied on enamel and dentin surfaces according to the manufacturer's instructions then hybrid composite restorative material was condensed on the surface using a mold. The bonded specimens were stored in distilled water at 37 masculineC for 24 hours before being tested. Half of the bonded specimens were tested for shear bond strength without thermocycling. The other half of the test specimens were thermocycled using a thermocycling apparatus in water baths held at 5 masculineC and 55 masculineC with a dwell time of one minute each for 10,000 cycles prior to shear testing. The mean shear bond strength before and after thermocycling was calculated, and the results were subjected to two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and repeated measure design to show the interaction between different materials and different times. RESULTS: The results showed shear bond strength on both enamel and dentin of the total-etch adhesive and the self-etching adhesives decreased after the specimens were subjected to thermocycling. CONCLUSIONS: The null hypothesis tested "thermocycling would not affect bond strengths treated with self-etching adhesives" was rejected. Furthermore, the study revealed the following: 1. The shear bond strength to both enamel and dentin of the total-etch adhesive and the self-etching adhesives decreased after the specimens were subjected to thermocycling. 2. XE3 achieved the highest bond strength to both enamel and dentin (26.994+/-1.17 and 25.22+/-1.26, respectively). 3. XE3 showed even better bonding after thermocycling to enamel and dentin than the total-etching system or PP. 4. Although PP bonded to enamel showed lower shear bond strength value than XE3, it has durable bond strength even after thermocycling.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/16604
ISSN: 1526-3711
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