In vitro influence of Carisolv on shear bond strength of dentin bonding agents

Erhardt, Maria Carolina Guilherme; Amaral, Cristiane Mariote; De Castro, Ana Karina Barbiere Bedran; Ambrosano, Gláucia Maria Bovi; Pimenta, Luiz André Freire
November 2004
Quintessence International;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p801
Academic Journal
Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of Carisolv on the shear bond strength (SBS) of hydrophilic adhesive systems in dentin. Method and materials: Two hundred bovine incisors were polished with 320-to 1,000-grit aluminum oxide paper and randomly divided into 10 groups (n = 20). The adhesive systems were used according to manufacturer's instructions, and a restorative resin composite (Definite) was inserted in a Teflon matrix and cured. The specimens were kept in humid storage for 7 days at 37'C. The SBS tests were performed in an EMIC universal testing machine with a crosshead speed at 0.5 mm/rnin. The mean values (MPa ± [5D]) were analyzed with analysis of variance and Dunnett and Tukey tests. Results: The results were expressed in decreasing values (MPa): G6 = 18.55 ± 6 95; G3 = 17.55 ± 5.73; G2 = 17.05 ± 5.33; G8 = 16.95 ± 7.13; G7 = 16.94 ± 5 22; G4 = 16.31 ± 3.38; G1 = 15.85 ± 4 45; G9 = 14.21 ± 5.87; G5 = 12.89 ± 3.79; and G10 = 12.31 ± 5.18. Conclusion: Carisolv did not interfere in the adhesion to dentin. but its cleanser technique did interfere. (Quintessence Int 2004,35:801-607}


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