Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : composite


Comparative evaluation of bond strength of different dual cure composite core materials with glass fiber post:An in-vitro study

Dr.Nitesh Shrivastava; Dr. Almas Shaikh; Dr. Aushili Mahule; Dr. Jay Dondani

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 2944-2956

Aim: Toevaluate the retention of glass fiber dental post embedded in three different types
of dual cure core materials namely, Luxacore Z, Compcore AF and Corecem.
Materials and method:Ninety prefabricated fiber reinforced posts (D.T. light Posts) were
taken and divided into three groups. The post surface was treated with silane coupling
agent (Monobond-S, Ivoclar-VivadentSchaan, Liechtenstein) as per the manufacturer’s
instructions. Bonding agent (Prime and Bond-Dentsply, U.S.A.) was applied on post
surface with brush and cured according to manufacturer’s instructions.Each of the three
core build-up materials were manipulated according to the respective manufacturer’s
instructions and a core of 4 mm core height was prepared by using prefabricated matrix.
Thirty specimens for each core build up materials were made.

Different Types Of Veneering Techniques Planned For Cases Requiring Smile Correction - A Retrospective Study.

Harsh Kasabwala; Kiran Kumar Pandurangan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3053-3061

Background:Due to the increasing esthetic demands in today's world it becomes necessary to study various treatment options which enhance an overall aesthetics of an individual. One of the most important topics in contemporary dentistry is re-establishing a patient lost dental esthetic appearance. In cases where aesthetics plays an important role such as restoring the anterior teeth, clinicians mostly prefer a conservative yet aesthetic approach instead of restoring the teeth with full coverage crowns. In such situations direct and indirect veneers play an important role. So therefore, it becomes necessary to study direct and indirect veneers.Aim: To evaluate the prevalence of direct and indirect veneers used in smile correction.Materials and Methods:It is designed as a retrospective study. A total of 111 patient records where veneering with direct and indirect technique was planned were acquired. It was done by analysing records of 86000 patient data who were treated from March 2019- March 2020. Descriptive statistics were used to analyse the frequency and percentages of direct and indirect veneers . Chi square test was used to evaluate the association between age and gender with the type of veneering technique. SPSS version 20 software was used to perform statistics.Results: Out of the total cases evaluated, 78. 4 % of the cases were planned for indirect veneering and 21.6% of the cases were planned for direct veneering. There was a significant association between age of the patient and the type veneering technique planned p value 0.001 and no significant association between the type of veneering and gender of the patient p value 0.790Conclusion:Within the limitations of the study, Indirect veneering technique was found to be more convenient and it was performed much more as compared to that of direct veneering technique. There is a positive association between age of the patient and type of veneering technique planned for them.