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Braz. dent. j ; 33(3): 47-54, July-Sept. 2022. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS-Express | LILACS, BBO | ID: biblio-1384034

ABSTRACT

Abstract The aim of this study was to investigate the physicochemical and biological properties of an experimental tricalcium silicate-based repair cement containing diclofenac sodium (CERD). For the physicochemical test, MTA, Biodentine and CERD were mixed and cement disc were prepared to evaluate the setting time and radiopacity. Root-end cavity were performed in acrylic teeth and filled with cements to analyze the solubility up to 7 days. Polyethylene tubes containing cements were prepared and calcium ions and pH were measured at 3h, 24h, 72h and 15 days. For the biological test, SAOS-2 were cultivated, exposed to cements extracts and cell proliferation were investigated by MTT assay at 6h, 24h and 48h. Polyethylene tubes containing cements were implanted into Wistar rats. After 7 and 30 days, the tubes were removed and processed for histological analyses. Parametric and nonparametric data were performed. No difference was identified in relation to setting time, radiopacity and solubility. Biodentine released more calcium ion than MTA and CERD; however, no difference between MTA and CERD were detected. Alkaline pH was observed for all cements and Biodentine exhibited highest pH. All cements promoted a raise on cell proliferation at 24h and 48h, except CERD at 48h. Biodentine stimulated cell metabolism in relation to MTA and CERD while CERD was more cytotoxic than MTA at 48h. Besides, no difference on both inflammatory response and mineralization ability for all cement were found. CERD demonstrated similar proprieties to others endodontic cements available.


Resumo O objetivo deste estudo foi investigar as propriedades físico-químicas e biológicas de um cimento reparador experimental à base de silicato de tricálcio contendo diclofenaco de sódio (CERD). Para o teste físico-químico, MTA, Biodentine e CERD foram manipulados e discos de cimentos foram preparados para avaliar o tempo de presa e a radiopacidade. Retrocavidades foram feitas em dentes de acrílico e preenchidas com cimentos para análise de solubilidade por 7 dias. Tubos de polietileno contendo cimentos foram preparados e os íons cálcio e o pH foram mensurados às 3h, 24h, 72h e 15 dias. Para o teste biológico, SAOS-2 foram cultivadas, expostas aos extratos de cimentos e a proliferação celular foi investigada pelo ensaio de MTT às 6h, 24h e 48h. Tubos de polietileno contendo cimentos foram implantados em ratos Wistar. Após 7 e 30 dias, os tubos foram removidos e processados para análises histológicas. Dados paramétricos e não paramétricos foram realizados. Nenhuma diferença foi identificada em relação ao tempo de presa, radiopacidade e solubilidade. Biodentine liberou mais íons de cálcio do que MTA e CERD; no entanto, nenhuma diferença entre MTA e CERD foi detectada. O pH alcalino foi observado para todos os cimentos e o Biodentine exibiu o pH mais alto. Todos os cimentos promoveram aumento na proliferação celular às 24h e 48h, exceto o CERD às 48h. Biodentine estimulou o metabolismo celular em relação ao MTA e CERD, enquanto CERD foi mais citotóxico do que MTA em 48h. Além disso, nenhuma diferença foi encontrada na resposta inflamatória e na capacidade de mineralização para todos os cimentos. CERD demonstrou propriedades semelhantes a outros cimentos endodônticos disponíveis.

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Rev. Eugenio Espejo ; 14(1): 105-113, 20200615.
Article in Spanish | LILACS | ID: biblio-1117196

ABSTRACT

Paciente pediátrico de 9 años y género masculino, que acudió para valoración odontológica por presentar dolor dental tras ingerir alimentos fríos. El diagnóstico definitivo quedó establecido como pulpitis reversible del molar 3.6, decidiendo conducta terapéutica de recubrimiento pulpar directo con silicato tricálcico para lograr apexificación. La decisión clínica resultó exitosa, el seguimiento de la evolución permitió apreciar que el diente mantuvo su vitalidad, las raíces continuaron desarrollándose y no aparecieron signos o síntomas de lesiones periapicales.


9-year-old pediatric male patient, who came for dental evaluation because of dental pain after eating cold food. The definitive diagnosis was established as reversible pulpitis of the molar 3.6, deciding on the therapeutic behavior of the direct pulp coating with tricalcium silica to achieve apexification. The clinical decision was successful, the follow-up of the evolution identified the affected tooth as vital, the roots continued to develop, and no signs or symptoms of periapical lesions appeared.


Subject(s)
Humans , Male , Child , Patients , Apexification , Molar , Pain , Cold Temperature , Diagnosis
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Rev. bras. odontol ; 77(1): 1-5, jan. 2020.
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-1103252

ABSTRACT

Objetivo: comparar a capacidade de adesão do cimento biocerâmico EndoSequence BC e do cimento resinoso AH Plus através de uma revisão integrativa. Material e Métodos: os bancos de dados online Medline/PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science e BVS foram utilizados para a revisão da literatura. Os critérios de elegibilidade incluíram artigos disponíveis na íntegra nas bases de dados pesquisadas, em inglês, e o conteúdo referente à adesão do cimento Endosequence BC sealer em comparação ao AH Plus. Resultados: foram encontrados 45 artigos. Após a remoção duplicada, 22 artigos foram selecionados. Após a leitura dos resumos, textos completos e aplicação dos critérios de inclusão, foram incluídos no total oito artigos. Em relação à capacidade de adesão dos cimentos testados, o AH Plus apresentou melhor adesão do que o cimento BC sealer em três artigos e menor adesão em dois artigos. Força de adesão semelhante foi observada entre os grupos em três estudos. Conclusões: com base nos estudos incluídos, o AH Plus apresenta maior resistência de união quando comparado ao BC Sealer


Aim: To compare the adhesion capacity of the bioceramic EndoSequence BC sealer and the AH Plus sealer through an integrative review. Methodology: The Medline/PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science and VHL online databases were used for the literature review. Eligibility criteria comprised articles available in full on the researched databases, in English, and content addressing Endosequence BC sealer adhesion compared to AH Plus sealer. Results: A total of 45 articles were found. After duplicate removal, 22 articles were selected. After reading the abstracts, full texts and applying the inclusion criteria, eight articles in total were included in the present study. Concerning the adhesion capacity of the tested cements, the AH Plus was reported as presenting better adhesion than the BC sealer in three articles, and less adhesion in two articles. Similar adherence strength was observed between groups in three studies. Conclusions: Based on the included studies, the AH Plus displays greater bond strength when compared to the BC Sealer.


Subject(s)
Root Canal Filling Materials , Resin Cements , Dental Cements , Dental Pulp Cavity , Endodontics , Silicates/chemistry
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Article in Korean | WPRIM | ID: wpr-787391

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study was to evaluate polymerization of TheraCal LC, one of the tricalcium silicate cements. To measure the Vickers hardness number (VHN), the specimens were cured at different light curing time and distance.As a result, the VHN of the upper surface was significantly higher than the lower surface's in all groups (p < 0.05). The VHN of the lower surface was increased significantly with the increase of the light curing time in all distance (p < 0.05). When the distance was more than 4.0 mm at all light curing time, the VHN of lower surface was significantly decreased (p < 0.05). When the specimen was light cured for 20 seconds, the VHN of the lower surface did not exceed 2, which corresponds to 10% of the upper surface's.These results suggested that the 20 second light curing time was not sufficient to polymerize the lower surface under specific conditions and that light-curing time should be increased.


Subject(s)
Hardness , Polymerization , Polymers , Silicates
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Article in Korean | WPRIM | ID: wpr-787352

ABSTRACT

This study evaluated the microleakage of three restorative materials and three tricalcium silicate-based pulp capping agents. The restorative materials were composite resin (CR), resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement (RMGI), and traditional glass ionomer cement (GIC) and the pulp capping agents were TheraCal LC® (TLC), Biodentine® (BD), and ProRoot® white MTA (WMTA). Additionally, shear bond strengths between the pulp-capping agents and dentine were compared.Class V cavities were made in bovine incisors and classified into nine groups according to the type of pulp-capping agent and final restoration. After immersion in 0.5% fuchsin solution, each specimen was observed with a stereoscopic microscope to score microleakage level. The crowns of the bovine incisors were implanted into acrylic resin, cut horizontally, and divided into three groups. TLC, BD and WMTA blocks were applied on dentine, and the shear bond strengths were measured using a universal testing machine.The microleakage was lowest in TLC + GIC, TLC + RMGI, TLC + CR, and BD + GIC groups and highest in WMTA + RMGI and WMTA + CR groups. The shear bond strength of BD group was the highest and that of WMTA group was significantly lower than the others.


Subject(s)
Crowns , Dental Pulp Capping , Dentin , Glass Ionomer Cements , Immersion , Incisor , Pemetrexed , Pulp Capping and Pulpectomy Agents , Rosaniline Dyes
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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-758410

ABSTRACT

@#Biodentine is a bioactive dentin replacement material whose main component is high-purity tricalcium silicate without dicalcium silicate. It has a shorter cure time; although it has a higher solubility, it hardly affects the volume of the material. It has a low X-ray barrier property, low porosity, high bulk density, and high compressive strength and is not affected by moisture or a dry environment. It has strong acid corrosion resistance, can increase dentin resistance, and has biocompatibility due to the lack of cytotoxicity. It has antibacterial activity against various bacteria, with strong antibacterial activity against Streptococcus sanguis. Since 2010, Biodentine has been widely used in clinical treatments such as dental restoration, pulp capping, pulpectomy, et al. In clinical applications, Biodentine is primarily used as a permanent dentin substitute or as a temporary enamel substitute within 6 months. As a new dentin substitute material with a short clinical application time, the long-term efficacy of Biodentine requires further follow-up observation studies.

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Braz. dent. j ; 28(1): 51-56, Jan.-Feb. 2017. tab, graf
Article in English | LILACS | ID: biblio-839120

ABSTRACT

Abstract The aim of this study was to evaluate the physicochemical properties and the apical dentin bond strength of the tricalcium silicate-based Biodentine in comparison to white MTA and zinc oxide eugenol-based cement (ZOE). Setting time and radiopacity were evaluated according to ISO 6876:2012 specification. Final setting time, compressive strength and pH were also assessed. Material’s bond strength to the apical root canal dentin was measured by the push-out assay. Data were analyzed by ANOVA and Tukey-Krammer post-hoc test. Biodentine presented the shortest initial (16.2±1.48 min) and final setting time (35.4±5.55 min). Radiopacity of Biodentine (2.79±0.27 mmAl) does not agree with ISO 6876:2012 specifications. On the other hand, Biodentine showed higher compressive strength after 21 days (37.22±5.27 MPa) and higher dentin bond strength (11.2±2.16 MPa) in comparison to white MTA (27.68±3.56 MPa for compressive strength and 2.98±0.64 MPa for bond strength) (p<0.05). Both MTA and Biodentine produced an alkaline environment (approximately pH 10) (p>0.05) compared to ZOE (pH 7). It may be concluded that Biodentine exhibited faster setting, higher long-term compressive strength and bond strength to the apical dentin than MTA and ZOE.


Resumo O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar as propriedades físico-químicas e a resistência de união à dentina apical do cimento Biodentine em comparação ao MTA branco e cimento à base de óxido de zinco e eugenol (OZE). O tempo de presa e a radiopacidade foram avaliados de acordo com as especificações ISO 6876:2012. O tempo de presa final, a resistência à compressão e o pH também foram avaliados. A resistência de união dos materiais à dentina apical do canal radicular foi avaliada por meio do ensaio push-out. Dados foram analisados por ANOVA e teste complementar de Tukey-Krammer. Biodentine apresentou o menor tempo de presa inicial (16,2±1,48 min) e final (35,4±5,55 min). Os valores de radiopacidade do Biodentine (2,79±0,27 mmAl) não estão de acordo com as especificações ISO 6876:2012. Por outro lado, este material apresentou maior resistência à compressão após 21 dias (37,22±5,27 MPa) e maiores valores de adesão à dentina (11,2±2,16 MPa) em comparação ao MTA branco (27,68±3,56 MPa de resistência à compressão e 2,98±0,64 MPa de resistência de união) (p>0.05). Ambos os materiais produziram ambiente alcalino (aproximadamente 10) (p>0.05) em comparação ao OZE (pH 7). Pode-se concluir que o Biodentine demonstrou endurecimento mais rápido e apresentou maior resistência à compressão e resistência de união à dentina apical do que MTA e OZE.


Subject(s)
Humans , Calcium Compounds/chemistry , Dentin/chemistry , Silicates/chemistry , Materials Testing , Root Canal Filling Materials
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Article in English | WPRIM | ID: wpr-17227

ABSTRACT

The restorative management of deep carious lesions and the preservation of pulp vitality of immature teeth present real challenges for dental practitioners. New tricalcium silicate cements are of interest in the treatment of such cases. This case describes the immediate management and the follow-up of an extensive carious lesion on an immature second right mandibular premolar. Following anesthesia and rubber dam isolation, the carious lesion was removed and a partial pulpotomy was performed. After obtaining hemostasis, the exposed pulp was covered with a tricalcium silicate cement (Biodentine, Septodont) and a glass ionomer cement (Fuji IX extra, GC Corp.) restoration was placed over the tricalcium silicate cement. A review appointment was arranged after seven days, where the tooth was asymptomatic with the patient reporting no pain during the intervening period. At both 3 and 6 mon follow up, it was noted that the tooth was vital, with normal responses to thermal tests. Radiographic examination of the tooth indicated dentin-bridge formation in the pulp chamber and the continuous root formation. This case report demonstrates a fast tissue response both at the pulpal and root dentin level. The use of tricalcium silicate cement should be considered as a conservative intervention in the treatment of symptomatic immature teeth.


Subject(s)
Acrylic Resins , Anesthesia , Bicuspid , Calcium Compounds , Dental Pulp Cavity , Dentin , Follow-Up Studies , Glass Ionomer Cements , Hemostasis , Humans , Pulpitis , Pulpotomy , Rubber Dams , Silicate Cement , Silicates , Silicon Dioxide , Tooth
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Article in English | WPRIM | ID: wpr-10262

ABSTRACT

Mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) was developed in early 1990s and has been successfully used for root perforation repair, root end filling, and one-visit apexification. MTA is composed mainly of tricalcium silicate and dicalcium silicate. When MTA is hydrated, calcium silicate hydrate (CSH) and calcium hydroxide is formed. Formed calcium hydroxide interacts with the phosphate ion in body fluid and form amorphous calcium phosphate (ACP) which finally transforms into calcium deficient hydroxyapatite (CDHA). These mineral precipitate were reported to form the MTA-dentin interfacial layer which enhances the sealing ability of MTA. Clinically, the use of zinc oxide euginol (ZOE) based materials may retard the setting of MTA. Also, the use of acids or contact with excessive blood should be avoided before complete set of MTA, because these conditions could adversely affect the hydration reaction of MTA. Further studies on the chemical nature of MTA hydration reaction are needed.


Subject(s)
Aluminum Compounds , Apexification , Body Fluids , Calcium , Calcium Compounds , Calcium Hydroxide , Calcium Phosphates , Drug Combinations , Durapatite , Glutamates , Guanine , Hydroxides , Oxides , Silicates , Silicic Acid , Zinc Oxide , Pemetrexed
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