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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.23.2012.tde-13042013-120154
Document
Author
Full name
Fernando Seishim Hanashiro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Youssef, Michel Nicolau (President)
Andrade, Alessandra Pereira de
Lewgoy, Hugo Roberto
Turbino, Miriam Lacalle
Zaroni, Wanessa Christine de Souza
Title in Portuguese
Avaliação in vitro das superfícies vestibulares desmineralizadas e restauradas com resina infiltrante
Keywords in Portuguese
Cárie Dentária
Cor
Espectrofotometria
Fluorescência
Abstract in Portuguese
Nos dias atuais, os pacientes tem uma grande preocupação com a estética dos dentes. Alterações de posicionamento é um exemplo de problema que o paciente tem interesse em resolver com o tratamento ortodôntico. No entanto, o próprio tratamento ortodôntico tem como característica o uso de acessórios que podem facilitar o acúmulo de resíduos alimentares e dificultar a higienização. Facilitando o desenvolvimento de lesões cariosas. Este estudo in vitro se propôs a avaliar o efeito do mascaramento de tecido dental desmineralizado quando restaurado com a resina infiltrante. Vinte superfícies vestibulares obtidas através de incisivos bovinos tiveram suas superfícies planificadas. Cada espécime foi individualizado de modo que toda leitura para recolhimento de dados fosse feita na mesma superfície. Os espécimes foram submetidos a análise por espectrofotômetro, para obtenção de coordenadas de cor, e a análise da perda mineral, através de quantificação de fluorescência induzida por luz (QLF), sendo que essas análises foram feitas nos tempos: inicial, pós ciclagem de pH, após restauração com a resina infiltrante e após hidratação da resina infiltrante. A análise inicial foi feita de modo a ser obtido o valores iniciais de cor e de conteúdo mineral dos espécimes. Após a leitura inicial, os espécimes foram submetidos a ciclagem de pH durante 16 dias, permanecendo diariamente em soluções desmineralizadora e remineralizadora por 6horas e 18 horas respectivamente. Após o desafio ácido, os espécimes foram avaliados, sendo este o tempo denominado Inicial. Em seguida os espécimes foram restaurados utilizando a resina infiltrante seguidos de nova avaliação, sendo este tempo denominado Icon. Os espécimes permaneceram em água destilada para hidratação da resina e submetidos a nova avaliação, sendo este tempo denominado Hidratado. Pode-se concluir que a variação total de cor (E), é perceptível ao observador comum, quando comparado à cor inicial com a cor após a restauração. Enquanto que a análise feita pelo QLF, a perda mineral não foi detectada após a hidratação da resina infiltrante.
Title in English
In vitro evaluation of buccal surfaces demineralized and restored with resin infiltration
Keywords in English
Colour
Dental Caries
Fluorescence
Spectrophotometry
Abstract in English
In the present days, patients have a major concern with the aesthetics of teeth. Changes positioning is an example of a problem that the patient is interested in resolve with orthodontic treatment. However, the actual orthodontic treatment is characterized by the use of accessories that can facilitate the accumulation of food residues and hinders hygiene. This facilitates the development of caries lesions. This in vitro study aimed to evaluate the effect of masking demineralized dental tissue when restored with the infiltrant resin. Twenty buccal surfaces obtained from bovine incisors had planned their surfaces. Each specimen was individualized so that the entire data for analysis was done on the same surface. The specimens were analyzed by spectrophotometer for obtaining color coordinates, and the analysis of mineral loss through quantification of light-induced fluorescence (QLF), and these analyzes were made at times: initial pH cycling post, after restoration with resin infiltrating and. The specimens were analyzed by spectrophotometer for obtaining color coordinates, and the analysis of mineral loss through quantification of light-induced fluorescence (QLF), and these analyzes were made at times: initial pH cycling post, after restoration with resin infiltrating and infiltrating resin after hydration. The initial analysis was made in order to obtain the initial values of color and mineral content of the specimens.. After the initial reading, the specimens were subjected to pH cycling for 16 days, daily remaining in demineralizing and remineralizing solution for 6 hours and 18 hours respectively. After the acid challenge, the specimens were evaluated, this time called Inicial. Then the specimens were restored using resin infiltration followed new analysis, this time being named Icon. The specimens remained in distilled water for hydratation of the resin and subjected to new analysis, this time being called Hidratado. It can be concluded, that the total variation of color (E) is perceptible to the casual observer, when compared to the initial color with the color after restoration. While the analysis by QLF, the mineral loss was not detected after hydratation of resin infiltration.
 
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