Recharge pattern of contemporary glass ionomer restoratives

Arbabzadeh-Zavareh, Farahnaz, Gibbs, Tim, Meyers, Ian A, Bouzari, Majid, Mortazavi, Shiva and Walsh, Laurence J. (2012) Recharge pattern of contemporary glass ionomer restoratives. Dental Research Journal, 9 2: 139-145.

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Author Arbabzadeh-Zavareh, Farahnaz
Gibbs, Tim
Meyers, Ian A
Bouzari, Majid
Mortazavi, Shiva
Walsh, Laurence J.
Title Recharge pattern of contemporary glass ionomer restoratives
Journal name Dental Research Journal   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 2008-0255
1735-3327
Publication date 2012-03
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Publisher version)
Volume 9
Issue 2
Start page 139
End page 145
Total pages 7
Place of publication Maharastra, India
Publisher Medknow Publications and Media
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted abstract
Background:
As glass ionomers have the ablllty to reload fluoride from outside source, the aim was to compare the recharge pattern of six glass ionomer cements after exposure to fluoride.
Materials and Methods:
Fuji VU, Fuji rx, Riva. Pink, Riva Bleach, Ketac Fil and Fuji IX Extra were investigated. The fluoride containing materials used were tooth paste and mouth wash (Colgate). Specimens of each material (n=15) were immersed separately in deionized water for 59 days. The the samples of each material were divided into three groups of five each. Two groups were recharged far 2, 20 and 60 min daily during three consecutive weekly intervals and then no treatment for one week. The third group was used as control. Fluoride release measurements (μg/cm2/day) were made in every 24 h. One-way and repeated measures analysis af variance tests were used.
Results:
Tooth paste recharged materials showed higher level of recharge. On day 1, the difference of fluoride release from different treatment groups of different materials accept for Fuji IX Extra were not significant (P>0.05). On days 7 and 14, the differences observed were significant (P<0.05) for all materials except for FuJi VII (tooth paste verus mouth wash) and Trial Fuji IX (mouth wash versus control) and on day 14 for Riva Pink (mouth wash versus control). On days 21 and 28, the differences observed were significant for all materials (P<0.05) except for Riva Pink (toothpaste versus mouth
wash), Riva Bleach, Ketac Fil and Trial FtujiI X (mouth wash versus control) on day 28.
Conclusion:
A time tabled schedule of application of fluoride containing materials could help to achieve high fluoride release.
Keyword Glass ionomer cements
Mouth wash
Recharge
Toothpaste
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-share alike 3.0 unported, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the work is properly cited.

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Created: Fri, 04 Jan 2013, 14:33:24 EST by Professor Laurence Walsh on behalf of School of Dentistry