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Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics
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The Korean Academy of Conservative Dentistry
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Volume 29, Issue 6 - Nov 2004
Volume 29, Issue 5 - Sep 2004
Volume 29, Issue 4 - Jul 2004
Volume 29, Issue 3 - May 2004
Volume 29, Issue 2 - Mar 2004
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MICRO-SHEAR BOND STRENGTH TO DENTIN UNDER SIMULATED PULPAL PRESSURE
Song, Yun-Jung ; Park, Sung-Ho ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 339~345
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.339
The aim of this study was to measure and compare the micro shear bond strengths of the following dentin bonding systems to the dentin surfaces under simulated pulpal pressure: All Bond
, Adper Prompt
. The occlusal surfaces of 180 extracted human molars were prepared so the dentin bonding surfaces could be exposed. The teeth were randomly assigned to 3 equal groups of 60 each and subdivided. The dentin surfaces were treated with the above mentioned bonding system and resin composite cylinders were built up under a simulated pulpal pressure when saline (Group II) or diluted bovine serum (Group III) was used as the pulpal fluid. As a control. the same procedures were performed in the dried dentin surfaces (Group I). After one day of storage in water. the micro shear bond strengths were measured using an EZ tester. Group II and III showed significantly lower shear bond strength than Group I statistically (p < 0.05).
showed no difference among the different dentin condition. In the Adper Prompt
. a simulated pulpal pressure were applied to the specimens using diluted bovine serum. which showed a higher strength than the specimens in which saline was used (p < 0.05).
MEASUREMENTS OF SHRINKAGE STRESS AND REDUCTION OF INTER-CUSPAL DISTANCE IN MAXILLARY PREMOLARS RESULTING FROM POLYMERIZATION OF COMPOSITES AND COMPOMERS
Lee, Soon-Young ; Park, Sung-Ho ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 346~352
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.346
The purpose of present study was to evaluate the polymerization shrinkage stress and cuspal deflection in maxillary premolars resulting from polymerization shrinkage of composites and compomers. Composites and compomers which were used in this study were as follows: Dyract AP, Z100, Surefil. Pyramid, Synergy Compact, Heliomolar, Heliomolar HB, and Compoglass F. For measuring of polymerization shrinkage stress, Stress measuring machine (R&B, Daejon, Korea) was used. One-way ANOVA analysis with Duncan's multiple comparison test were used to determine significant differences between the materials. For measuring of cuspal deflection of tooth, MOD cavities were prepared in 10 extracted maxillary premolars. And reduction of intercuspal distance was measured by strain measuring machine (R&B, Daejon, Korea) One-way ANOVA analysis with Turkey test were used to determine significant differences between the materials. Polymerization shrinkage stress is
Heliomolar, Z100, Pyramid < Synergy Compact Compoglass F < Dyract AP < Heliomolr HB, surefil
(P < 0.05). And cuspal delfelction is
Z100, Heliomolar, Heliomolar HB, Synergy Compact Surefil. < Compoglass F < Pyramid, Dyract AP
(P < 0.05). Measurements of ploymerization shrinkage stress and those of cuspal deflection of the teeth was different. There is no correlation between polymerization shrinkage stress and cuspal deflection of the teeth(p > 0.05).
IN VITRO MICRO-SHEAR BOND STRENGTH OF FIVE COMPOSITE RESINS TO DENTIN WITH FIVE DIFFERENT DENTIN ADHESIVES
Chung, Jin-Ho ; Roh, Byoung-Duck ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 353~364
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.353
The purpose of this study was to compare and to evaluate the combination use of 5 kinds of dentin adhesive systems and 5 kinds of composite resins using micro-shear bond test. Five adhesive systems (Prime & Bond NT (PBN). Onecoat bond (OC), Excite (EX), Syntac (SY), Clearfil SE bond (CS)) and five composite resins (Spectrum (SP), Synergy Compact (SC), Tetric Ceram (TC), Clearfil AP-X (CA), Z100 (Z1)) were used for this study (
, n =14/group). The slices of horizontally sectioned human tooth were bonded with each bonding system and each composite resin, and tested by a micro-shear bond strength test. These results were analyzed statistically. The mean micro-shear bond strength of dentin adhesive systems were in order of CS (22.642 MPa), SY (18.368 MPa), EX (14.599 MPa). OC (13.702 MPa). PBN (12.762 MPa). The mean bond strength of self-etching primer system group (CS, SY) in dentin was higher than that of self-priming adhesive system groups (PBN, EX, OC) significantly (P<0.05). The mean bond strength of composite resins was in order of SP (19.008 MPa), CA (17.532 MPa). SC (15.787 MPa), TC (15.068 MPa). Z1 (14.678 MPa). Micro-shear bond strength of SP was stronger than those of other composite resins significantly (P < 0.05). And those of TC and Z1 were weaker than other composite resins significantly (P < 0.05). No difference was found in micro-shear bond strength of composite resin in self-etching primer adhesive system groups (CS, SY) statistically. However, there was significant difference of micro-shear bond strength of composite resin groups in self-priming adhesive systems group (PBN, EX, OC). The combination of composite resin and dentin adhesive system recommended by manufacturer did not represent positive correlation. It didn't seem to be a significant factor.
An electrochemical study of the sealing ability of three retrofilling materials
Park, Dong-Sung ; Sohn, Suh-Jin ; Oh, Tae-Seok ; Yoo, Hyun-Mi ; Park, Chan-Je ; Yim, Soon-Ho ; Lee, Young-Kyoo ; Kye, Seung-Bum ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 365~369
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.365
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the apical sealing ability of Super-EBA, MTA and Dyract-flow as retrofilling materials. Forty-eight extracted human teeth with straight and single root canal were used in this study. The root canals were prepared to a #40 apical canal size and obturated with gutter-percha. Apicoectomies were performed and root end cavities were prepared to a depth of 3mm using an ultrasonic device. The root end cavities were filled with Super-EBA, MTA or Dyract-flow. Leakage was measured using an electrochemical technique for 4 weeks. According to this study, the results were as follows. 1. Increasing leakage with time was observed in all groups. 2. No significant difference was noted among the 3 groups with time (p =0.216). 3. No significant difference was noted among the 3 groups when measured within the same time interval (p =0.814). The results of this study suggest that the sealing ability of Dyract-flow is equal to that of Super-EBA and MTA, and Dyract-flow may be an alternative to other materials for root-end filling.
Tissue engineering of dental pulp on type I collagen
Lee, Gwang-Hee ; Huh, Sung-Yoon ; Park, Sang-Hyuk ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 370~377
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.370
The purpose of this study was to regenerate human dental pulp tissues similar to native pulp tissues. Using the mixture of type I collagen solution, primary cells collected from the different tissues (pulp, gingiva, and skin) and NIH 3T3 (
) were cultured at 12-well plate at
for 14 days. Standardized photographs were taken with digital camera during 14 days and the diameter of the contracted collagen gel matrix was measured and statistically analyzed with student t-test. As one of the pulp tissue engineering, normal human dental pulp tissue and collagen gel matrix cultured with dental pulp cells for 14 days were fixed and stained with Hematoxyline & Eosin. According to this study, the results were as follows: 1. The contraction of collagen gel matrix cultured with pulp cells for 14 days was significantly higher than other fibroblasts (gingiva, skin) (p < 0.05), 2. The diameter of collagen gel matrix cultured with pulp cells was reduced to 70.4% after 7 days, and 57.1% after 14 days. 3. The collagen gel without any cells did not contract, whereas the collagen gel cultured with gingiva and skin showed mild contraction after 14 days (88.1% and 87.6% respectively). 4. The contraction of the collagen gel cultured with NIH 3T3 cells after 14 days was higher than those cultured with gingival and skin fibroblasts, but it was not statistically significant (72.1%, p > 0.05). 5. The collagen gel matrix cultured with pulp cells for 14 days showed similar shape with native pulp tissue without blood vessels. This approach may provide a means of engineering a variety of other oral tissue as well and these cell behaviors may provide information needed to establish pulp tissue engineering protocols.
Evaluation of canal preparation with Ni-Ti rotary files by micro computed tomography
Lee, Jeong-Ho ; Kim, Mi-Ja ; Seok, Chang-In ; Lee, Woo-Cheol ; Baek, Seung-Ho ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 378~385
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.378
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of preparation with GT files and profiles .04 in shaping of root canals and reconstruct the three-dimensional root canal system using micro computed tomography 40 canals of the extracted human mandibular molars were used, and randomly distributed into two experimental groups. In group 1. canals were prepared by GT files. In group 2, Profiles .04. were used. Apical preparation size was #30. For each tooth pre and post operative cross-sectional images were obtained by the micro CT at 50 micron intervals. Pre and post operative cross-sectional images of 1, 2, 3, 5, and 8mm from the apex were compared. For each section. canal area and centering ratio were determined. For each tooth pre- and post-operative root canal volume from the furcation to the apex of the roots was calculated by three-dimensional image software. Following results were obtained: 1. At 8mm from the apex, area of dentin removed by GT rotary file was significantly larger than that by Profile .04. And at the other levels there was not a significant difference. 2. There was a trend for GT rotary file to remain more centered in the canals than Profile .04 at all levels. But at 3mm level. there was a statistically significant difference. 3. In root canal volume increments after instrumentation, there was no significant difference between two groups.
THE POLYMERIZATION RATE AND THE DEGREE OF CONVERSION OF COMPOSITE RESINS BY DIFFERENT LIGHT SOURCES
Ryoo, Joo-Hee ; Lee, In-Bog ; Yoo, Hyun-Mee ; Kim, Mi-Ja ; Seok, Chang-In ; Kwon, Hyuk-Choon ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 386~398
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.386
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to observe the reaction kinetics and the degree of polymerization of composite resins when cured by different light sources and to evaluate the effectiveness of the blue Light Emitting Diode Light Curing Units (LED LCUs) compared with conventional halogen LCUs. Materials and Methods: First, thermal analysis was performed by a differential scanning calorimeter (DSC). The LED LCU (Elipar Freelight,
) and the conventional halogen LCU (XL3000,
) were used in this study for curing three composite resins (SureFil, Z-250 and AEliteFLO). Second. the degree of conversion was obtained in the composite resins cured according to the above curing mode with a FTIR. Third, the measurements of depth of cure were carried out in accordance with ISO 4049 standards. Statistical analysis was performed by two-way ANOVA test at 95% levels of confidence and Duncan's procedure for multiple comparisons. Results: The heat of cure was not statistically different among the LCUs (p > 0.05). The composites cured by the LED (Exp) LCUs were statistically more slowly polymerized than by the halogen LCU and the LED (Std) LCU (p < 0.05). The composite resin groups cured by the LED (Exp) LCUs had significantly greater degree of conversion value than by the halogen LCU and the LED (Std) LCU (p =0.0002). The composite resin groups cured by the LED (Std) LCUs showed significantly greater depth of cure value than by the halogen LCU and the LED (Exp) LCU (p < 0.05).
EXPRESSION AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ODONTOBLAST-DERIVED GENE: OD314
Kim, Doo-Hyun ; Kim, Heung-Joong ; Jeong, Moon-Jin ; Son, Ho-Hyun ; Park, Joo-Cheol ;
Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics, volume 29, issue 4, 2004, Pages 399~408
DOI : 10.5395/JKACD.2004.29.4.399
Odontoblasts are responsible for the formation and maintenance of dentin. They are known to synthesize unique gene products including dentin sialophosphoprotein (DSPP). Another unique genes of the cells remain unclear. OD314 was isolated from the odontoblasts/pulp cells of rats and partially characterized as an odontoblast-enriched gene (Dey et al., 2001). This study aimed to elucidate the biological function of OD314, relating to odontoblast differentiation and dentinogenesis. After determining the open reading frame (ORP) of OD314 by transient transfection analysis using green fluorescent protein (GPP) expression vector, mRNA in-situ hybridization, immunohistochemistry, reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and western analysis were performed. The results were as follows: 1. In in-situ hybridization, OD314 mRNAs were expressed in odontoblasts of developing coronal and root pulp. 2. OD314 was a novel protein encoding 154 amino acids, and the protein was mainly expressed in cytoplasm by transient transfection analysis. 3. Mineralized nodules were associated with multilayer cell nodules in the culture of human dental pulp cells and first detected from day 21 using alizarin-red S staining. 4. In RT-PCR analysis, OD314, osteocalcin (OC) and DSPP strongly expressed throughout 28 days of culture. Whereas, osteonectin (ON) mRNA expression stayed low up to day 14, and then gradually decreased from day 21. 5. Western blots showed an approximately 17 kDa band. OD314 protein was expressed from the start of culture and then increased greatly from day 21. In conclusion, OD314 is considered as an odontoblast-enriched gene and may play important roles in odontoblast differentiation and dentin mineralization.