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Evaluation of physicochemical properties of root-end filling materials using conventional and Micro-CT tests

Fernanda Ferrari Esteves TORRES, Roberta BOSSO-MARTELO, Camila Galletti ESPIR, Joni Augusto CIRELLI, Juliane Maria GUERREIRO-TANOMARU, Mario TANOMARU-FILHO

Abstract


Objective To evaluate solubility, dimensional stability, filling ability and volumetric change of root-end filling materials using conventional tests and new Micro-CT-based methods. Material and Methods 7 Results The results suggested correlated or complementary data between the proposed tests. At 7 days, BIO showed higher solubility and at 30 days, showed higher volumetric change in comparison with MTA (p<0.05). With regard to volumetric change, the tested materials were similar (p>;0.05) at 7 days. At 30 days, they presented similar solubility. BIO and MTA showed higher dimensional stability than ZOE (p<0.05). ZOE and BIO showed higher filling ability (p<0.05). Conclusions ZOE presented a higher dimensional change, and BIO had greater solubility after 7 days. BIO presented filling ability and dimensional stability, but greater volumetric change than MTA after 30 days. Micro-CT can provide important data on the physicochemical properties of materials complementing conventional tests.

Keywords


Endodontics; Physical properties; Calcium silicate; X-ray microtomography

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1678-7757-2016-0454

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