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Effect of Blood Contamination on the Push-Out Bond Strength and Surface Morphology of Tricalcium Silicate Materials
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Blood Contamination on the Push-Out Bond Strength and Surface Morphology of Tricalcium Silicate Materials
Park, Misun; Kim, Jaehwan; Choi, Namki; Kim, Seonmi;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of blood contamination on the push-out bond strength and surface morphology of tricalcium silicate materials; Biodentine, Theracal and mineral trioxide aggregate. The standardized lumens of root slices prepared from extracted single-root human teeth were filled with Biodentine, Theracal and mineral trioxide aggregate by manufacturer's instruction. The specimens were randomly divided into 2 groups (n = 20) for each material and then incubated for 4 days at ; control group (phosphate buffered saline solution) and experimental group (fetal bovine serum). The push-out bond strengths were then measured by a universal testing machine and the surface morphology of each experimental group was analyzed by scanning electron microscope. Biodentine and Theracal showed higher push-out bond strength compared with mineral trioxide aggregate after exposure to fetal bovine serum. A substantial change in the surface morphology of each material was observed after exposure to fetal bovine serum. In conclusion, the push-out bond strengths of Biodentine and Theracal were higher than mineral trioxide aggregate when exposed to blood contamination. Therefore, it is supposed that the use of Biodentine and Theracal is appropriate in the presence of blood.
 Keywords
Blood contamination;Biodentine;Theracal;Mineral trioxide aggregate;Push-out bond strength;Scanning electron microscope;
 Language
Korean
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