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Title: Water sorption and desorption of different types of direct tooth-clored restorative materials
Authors: Benhameurlaine, M.
Al-Qahtani, M.
Keywords: Sorption; desorption; material loss; tooth-colored
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Pakistan Oral & Dental Journal
Citation: Pakistan Oral & Dental Journal; 30(2): 476-480
Abstract: The objective was to evaluate the sorption, desorption and material net loss for different direct tooth-colored restorative materials. Six different direct tooth-colored restorative materials (Z-100, Glacier, Wave, Ketac-Molar, Vitremer, and Compoglass F) were used. Thirty-six disk-shaped specimens (6/material) were fabricated in a cylindrical rubber mold (15 mm × 2 mm). The specimens were subjected to sorption, and desorption cycles, and the percentage values of sorption, desorption, and material net loss calculated. Data were analyzed using a one-way ANOVA and Post hoc Tukey’s multiple comparison tests (á = 0.05). The results of sorption and desorption showed that the least changes were for Glacier and the most changes were for Ketac-Molar. If it is assumed that sorption would influence the staining of restorations then Ketac-Molar would be the most susceptible while Glacier would be the least. The solubility, based on the amount of material lost, appeared highest for Ketac-Molar and lowest for Z-100 and Vitremer.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/16736
ISSN: 1012-8700
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