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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.88.2010.tde-07042010-094126
Document
Author
Full name
Denis Pablo Jacomassi
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Carlos, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Bagnato, Vanderlei Salvador (President)
Carvalho, Antonio José Felix de
Mendonça, Cleber Renato
Neumann, Miguel Guillermo
Vaz, Luís Geraldo
Title in Portuguese
Estudo e otimização da fotocura de resinas compostas de emprego odontológico
Keywords in Portuguese
Compósito Dental
Fotoativação
Polimerização
Pré-aquecimento
Ultrassom
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo deste trabalho foi investigar a otimização da fotocura de uma resina composta odontológica por meio da fotoativacão conjugada. A fotoativação foi realizada com LED e ultrassom e LED em resina pré-aquecida. Foi utilizado LED com comprimento de onda centrado em 470 nm com densidade de potência de 600 mW/cm2 para os testes com ultrassom e pré-aquecimento associados. A aplicação de ondas mecânicas (ultrassom) ocorreu com frequência de 30 kHz (modo contínuo) e 1 MHz (modo contínuo e pulsado), e o pré-aquecimento foi feito com as temperaturas de 37oC, 50oC e 60oC. Foi avaliada também a influência da irradiância de luz na contração de polimerização por meio da técnica de variação de contraste Speckle. A resina composta utilizada foi a Filtek Z250TM (3M ESPE) na cor A2. Foram realizados os testes de microdureza Vickers e grau de conversão para a aplicação de ultrassom conjugado com LED. Para a resina pré-aquecida fotoativada com LED foram realizados realizado os testes de microdureza Vickers, grau de conversão, fluorescência, estabilidade de cor, contração e adaptação marginal. Os resultados mostraram-se promissores para a otimização da fotocura.
Title in English
Study and optimization of photocuring processes of composite resins to dental jobs.
Keywords in English
Dental composite. Polymerization
Photo-activation
Pre-heating
Ultrasound
Abstract in English
The aim of this study was to investigate the optimization of photo-cure of dental composite resin by combined curing methods. The curing was performed associating ultrasound and LED and LED with pre-heating composite resin. The irradiation performed was centered at 470 nm with power density of 600 mW/cm2 for the ultrasound and pre-heating association. The application of mechanical waves (ultrasound) was performed using 30 kHz (continuous mode) and 1 MHz (continuous and pulsed), and pre-heating with temperatures of 37oC, 50oC and 60oC. The influence on polymerization shrinkage was also evaluated through the variation of speckle contrast. The composite resin used was FiltekTM Z250 (3M ESPE) shade A2. Vickers microhardness and degree of conversion for the application of ultrasound in conjunction with LED were investigated. For the pre-heating composite resin and LED photo-activation, the Vickers microhardness, degree of conversion, fluorescence, color stability, shrinkage and marginal adaptation were performed. The results showed to be promising for the optimization of photo-cure of dental resins.
 
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2010-05-04
 
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