Effect of Two Immediate Dentin Sealing Approaches on Bond Strength of Lava™ CAD/CAM Indirect Restoration
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AuteurGailani, Hassan Faez Abdullah; Benavides Reyes, Cristina; Bolaños Carmona, María Victoria; Rosel Gallardo, Eva María; González Villafranca, Purificación; González López, Santiago
IDSDDSUniversal adhesivesSelf-adhesive cementsCAD/CAM restoration
Gailani, H.F.A.; Benavides- Reyes, C.; Bolaños-Carmona, M.V.; Rosel-Gallardo, E.; González- Villafranca, P.; González-López, S. Effect of Two Immediate Dentin Sealing Approaches on Bond Strength of Lava™ CAD/CAM Indirect Restoration. Materials 2021, 14, 1629. [https://doi.org/10.3390/ma14071629]
The objective of this work was to compare the micro-tensile bond strength (mu TBS) of CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design/ Computer-Aided Manufacturing) specimens cemented with different pairing of adhesives and resin-cements using two Immediate Dentin Dealing (IDS) approaches in comparison with Delay Dentin Sealing (DDS). Coronal dentin from 108 molars were divided into nine groups (n = 12) depending on the adhesive/resin-cement (A-C) assigned. Lava (TM) Ultimate (4 x 10 x 10 mm) was cemented according to different strategies: IDS1(cementation after dentin sealing), DDS (dentin sealing and cementation at 2-weeks), IDS2 (immediate dentin sealing and cementation at 2-weeks). Samples were sectioned and tested until failure to determine the mu TBS. Failure mode was categorized as dentin/cement (DC), at Lava (TM) Ultimate/cement (LC) and hybrid (H). Kruskal-Wallis and Mann-Whitney U tests and influence of the type of failure on the mu TBS by survival analysis with competing risk was explored. Mostly, mu TBS values were equal or higher in IDS2 than DDS. In general, A-Cs that showed higher mu TBS, have high percentages of LC failure. Survival analysis with competing risk between DC + H and LC values showed that some A-Cs would significantly increase the mu TBS values for IDS2. A-Cs with the highest adhesion values showed a high percentage of fractures at the LC interface, suggesting that the adhesion at the adhesive/dentin interface would be higher.