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Materiale Plastice (Mater. Plast.), Year 2016, Volume 53, Issue 1, 100-103

Adriana Balan, Carmen Savin, Andrei-Victor Sandu, Simona Stoleriu

Study Regarding the Behaviour of Glass-ionomer Cements in Different Acidic Solutions

The purpose of the study is to assess and compare the effects of different antiseptic mouthrinse solutions on traditional glass-ionomer cements. Thirty samples of three traditional glass-ionomer cements used for base: Ketac Molar Easymix (3M ESPE), for restoration: Fuji IX (GC Corporation) and for sealing: Fuji Triage (GC Corporation) were included into three groups. In group 1, the samples were immersed for 14 days, twice a day one minute each, in Listerine Cool Mint, in group 2 the samples were immersed for 14 days, twice a day one minute each, in Parodontax Extra in group 3, the samples were immersed for 14 days, twice a day one minute each, in Sensodine Cool Mint. In control group the samples were immersed in artificial saliva. Within each group, sub-groups were established according the time of cement ageing (one day,seven days and fourteen days). The samples were analyzed for surface topography using a scanning electron microscope and for chemical composition using EDX detector. The antibacterial mouthrinse solutions Listerine, Parodontax, and Sensodine have an erosive effect on traditional Fuji IX, Ketac Molar and Fuji Triage glass-ionomer cements. The most affected cement by erosive action was Ketac Molar, followed by Fuji IX and Fuji Triage. All three glass-ionomer cements tested in this study proved to be more resistant to erosive action after their ageing.

glass-ionomer cement; mouth rinse solution; EDX; SEM

Issue: 2016 Volume 53, Issue 1
Pages: 100-103
Publication date: 2016/3/30
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