Volume : IV, Issue : X, October - 2015

In–vitro Evaluation of Cervical Micro leakage of the Class II Bulk Fill Restorations

Pinar Yilmaz Atali, Sezai Sonmez, Damla Ozturk, Faik Bulent Topbasi

Abstract :

The aim of this study is to investigate the influence of the bulk fill flow composite and restorative technique on cervical microlekage of class II bulk fill restorations. Standardized class II cavities (2x3x3mm)were prepared and divided into 8 groups (n=5) and restored. Following the restorative procedures, aging in distilled water for 5 weeks and immersed in basic fuchsine for 24h. The infiltration level of the dye within the tooth/filling at cervical area was analyzed by using a stereomicroscope. Data were statistically evaluated (p≤0.05). % Microlekage of the groups from higher to less is Quixfil, SDR, Grandio flow, Grandio, X+tra fil, X+tra base. Quixfil showed significantly higher leakage than Grandio and X–tra fil (p=0,011). X–tra base showed significantly less leakage than Grandio flow and SDR(P=0,008). It is possible to conclude that using bulk fill flow as an intermediary base provided lower microleakage, indicating better sealing of the tooth–restoration below CEJ.

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Pinar Yilmaz Atali, Sezai Sonmez, Damla Ozturk, Faik Bulent Topbasi In-Vitro Evaluation of Cervical Micro Leakage of the Class II Bulk Fill Restorations Paripex-Indian Journal Of Research, Vol: 4, Issue : 10 October 2015


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