CRISTIAN ZAHARIA, COSMIN SINESCU, ALIN-GABRIEL GABOR, VLAD SOCOLIUC, SERBAN TALPOS, TAREQ HAJAJ,PAULA SFIRLOAGA, ROXANA OANCEA, MARINELA MICLAU, MEDA-LAVINIA NEGRUTIU INFLUENCES OF POLYMERIC MAGNETIC ENCAPSULATED NANOPARTICLES ON THE ADHESIVE LAYER FOR COMPOSITE MATERIALS USED FOR CLASS I DENTAL FILLINGS The main properties of dental adhesives should be good marginal adaptation, high retention strength and the possibility of not negatively influencing clinical sustainability. Dental adhesives are continuously improving to increase their retention to dental structures by increasing penetration in these structures, as it was shownin the in-vitro tests requiring imaging and qualitative analysis to allow the evaluation of experimental samples as well as the development of new materials. The main objective of this study is the qualitative and quantitative analysis of the layer of modified dental adhesives with ferrous nanoparticles encapsulated in a SiO2 membrane located between the surface of the dental preparation and the surface of the photopolymerizable composite filling. For qualitative and quantitative analysis of the samples, technologies such as SEM, optical microscopy and EDX were used.
Keywords: dental adhesives, nanoparticles, SEM, EDX, optical microscopy