Unfilled Resin (unfilled + resin)

Distribution by Scientific Domains


Selected Abstracts


Fractured Teeth Bonded With Dentine Adhesives With And Without Unfilled Resin

AUSTRALIAN ENDODONTIC JOURNAL, Issue 2 2002
Article first published online: 11 FEB 2010
No abstract is available for this article. [source]


Pulp revascularization of replanted immature dog teeth after different treatment methods

DENTAL TRAUMATOLOGY, Issue 5 2000
K. Yanpiset
Abstract , The purpose of the present study was to determine the effect of topical treatment with doxycycline and/or the application of unfilled resin to the anatomical crown on the occurrence of revascularization in reimplanted dog teeth. Ninety-six teeth in 4 young mongrel dogs were used. Eighty one teeth were atraumatically extracted and divided into four groups. Group 1, 17 teeth were kept dry for 5 min and then replanted. Group 2, 21 teeth were soaked with a freshly prepared solution of doxycycline (1 mg/20 mL saline) for 5 min before replantation. Group 3, 23 teeth were soaked with the doxycycline solution for 5 min, and then replanted. The crowns were coated with 2 layers of light cured unfilled resin. Group 4, 20 teeth were kept dry for 5 min, and then replanted. The crowns were treated as with the teeth in Group 3. Three months after surgery, radiographic evaluation revealed that 27 teeth had continued root development and 32 teeth showed arrested root development with periradicular pathosis. The remaining 17 teeth, which had arrested root development but no signs of periradicular pathosis, were all histologically evaluated for final assessment. The occurrence of revascularization according to treatment group was 29.4%, 60%, 60%, 36.8% in Group 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively. A multiple logistic regression analysis in SAS indicated there was no significant association between vitality and dog (P=0.7564). Soaking for 5 min in doxycycline significantly increased the revascularization rate (P=0.024) while the addition of resin to the crown did not result in an increased incidence of pulp revascularization (P=0.823). [source]


Effect of etching and sandblasting on bond strength to sintered porcelain of unfilled resin

JOURNAL OF ORAL REHABILITATION, Issue 2 2000
H. Kato
This study determined the bond strength of an unfilled resin joined to a feldspathic porcelain for the purpose of evaluating the retentive performance of the prepared material surfaces. Porcelain disks (VMK 68 dentin) were either air abraded with alumina (AAA) or etched with one of the following five etchants: (1) ammonium hydrogen bifluoride (AHB); (2) acidulated phosphate fluoride (APF); (3) hydrofluoric acid (HFA); (4) phosphoric acid (PHA); and (5) sulfuric acid-hydrofluoric acid (SHF). Specimens ground with abrasive paper were also used as controls. After surface preparation, the two different sized porcelain disks were bonded together with a methyl methacrylate-based resin initiated with tri- n -butylborane (MMA-TBB resin). Shear bond strengths were determined both before and after thermocycling. Before the thermocycling, the greatest bond strengths (213 and 237 MPa) were generated with the use of the SHF and HFA agents, followed by the AHB agent (184 MPa). Reduction in bond strength after thermocycling was significant for all groups, although the SHF- and HFA-treated groups exhibited bond strengths greater than 15 MPa even after the thermocycling. The results indicated the effectiveness of the SHF- or HFA-etching for retaining the acrylic resin to the porcelain. However, ageing testing also revealed insufficient retentive characteristics of the acrylic resin by etching alone. [source]