Ions-modified nanoparticles affect functional remineralization and energy dissipation through the resin-dentin interface
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AuthorToledano Pérez, Manuel; Osorio Ruiz, Raquel; Osorio Ruiz, Estrella; Medina-Castillo, Antonio L.; Toledano-Osorio, Manuel; Aguilera, Fátima
Toledano Pérez, M.; et al. Ions-modified nanoparticles affect functional remineralization and energy dissipation through the resin-dentin interface. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 68: 62-79 (2017). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/46753]
SponsorshipThis work was supported by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (MINECO) [Project MAT2014-52036-P].
The aim of this study was to evaluate changes in the mechanical and chemical behavior, and bonding ability at dentin interfaces infiltrated with polymeric nanoparticles (NPs) prior to resin application. Dentin surfaces were treated with 37% phosphoric acid followed by application of an ethanol suspension of NPs, Zn-NPs or Ca-NPs followed by the application of an adhesive, Single Bond (SB). Bonded interfaces were stored for 24 h, submitted to microtensile bond strength test, and evaluated by scanning electron microscopy. After 24 h and 21 d of storage, the whole resin-dentin interface adhesive was evaluated using a Nano-DMA. Complex modulus, storage modulus and tan delta (δ) were assessed. AFM imaging and Raman analysis were performed. Bond strength was not affected by NPs infiltration. After 21 d of storage, tan δ generally decreased at Zn-NPs/resin-dentin interface, and augmented when Ca-NPs or non-doped NPs were used. When both Zn-NPs and Ca-NPs were employed, the storage modulus and complex modulus decreased, though both moduli increased at the adhesive and at peritubular dentin after Zn-NPs infiltration. The phosphate and the carbonate peaks, and carbonate substitution, augmented more at interfaces promoted with Ca-NPs than with Zn-NPs after 21 d of storage, but crystallinity did not differ at created interfaces with both ions-doped NPs. Crosslinking of collagen and the secondary structure of collagen improved with Zn-NPs resin-dentin infiltration. Ca-NPs-resin dentin infiltration produced a favorable dissipation of energy with minimal stress concentration trough the crystalline remineralized resin-dentin interface, causing minor damage at this structure.