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Influence of cervical margin relocation and adhesive system on microleakage of indirect composite restorations

Koken, Serhat; Juloski, Jelena; Ferrari, Marco

(Ariesdue Srl, Carimate, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Koken, Serhat
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2458
AB  - Aim The aim was to evaluate the influence of the cervical margin relocation (CMR) and the adhesive system on the microleakage of indirect composite restorations with proximal margins located below the cemento-enamel junction (CEJ). Materials and methods Standardized MOD cavities with proximal margins located 1 mm below CU were prepared in 20 human molars and divided into 2 groups. Mesial margins in both groups were elevated with a flowable composite. Distal margins were not elevated. Composite CAD/CAM overlays were cemented with a resin composite; in Group 1 in combination with a universal adhesive in selective enamel etch mode, whereas in Group 2 with a three-step total-etch adhesive. Differences in leakage either at mesial or distal adhesive interface were evaluated for statistical significance (P  lt  0.05). Results In Group 1 statistically significant differences emerged in microleakage scores between CMR and non-CMR sites; higher scores were present at CMR sites. In Group 2 no statistically significant differences existed between CMR and non-CMR margins. When the non-CMR sites were compared between the two groups, significantly lower scores were observed in Group 1 compared to Group 2. Conclusion The CMR technique and the adhesive system employed for luting indirect restorations might represent a significant factor affecting microleakage at the interface below CEJ.
PB  - Ariesdue Srl, Carimate
T2  - Journal of Osseointegration
T1  - Influence of cervical margin relocation and adhesive system on microleakage of indirect composite restorations
VL  - 11
IS  - 1
SP  - 21
EP  - 28
DO  - 10.23805/JO.2019.11.01.04
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Koken, Serhat and Juloski, Jelena and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Aim The aim was to evaluate the influence of the cervical margin relocation (CMR) and the adhesive system on the microleakage of indirect composite restorations with proximal margins located below the cemento-enamel junction (CEJ). Materials and methods Standardized MOD cavities with proximal margins located 1 mm below CU were prepared in 20 human molars and divided into 2 groups. Mesial margins in both groups were elevated with a flowable composite. Distal margins were not elevated. Composite CAD/CAM overlays were cemented with a resin composite; in Group 1 in combination with a universal adhesive in selective enamel etch mode, whereas in Group 2 with a three-step total-etch adhesive. Differences in leakage either at mesial or distal adhesive interface were evaluated for statistical significance (P  lt  0.05). Results In Group 1 statistically significant differences emerged in microleakage scores between CMR and non-CMR sites; higher scores were present at CMR sites. In Group 2 no statistically significant differences existed between CMR and non-CMR margins. When the non-CMR sites were compared between the two groups, significantly lower scores were observed in Group 1 compared to Group 2. Conclusion The CMR technique and the adhesive system employed for luting indirect restorations might represent a significant factor affecting microleakage at the interface below CEJ.",
publisher = "Ariesdue Srl, Carimate",
journal = "Journal of Osseointegration",
title = "Influence of cervical margin relocation and adhesive system on microleakage of indirect composite restorations",
volume = "11",
number = "1",
pages = "21-28",
doi = "10.23805/JO.2019.11.01.04"
}
Koken, S., Juloski, J.,& Ferrari, M.. (2019). Influence of cervical margin relocation and adhesive system on microleakage of indirect composite restorations. in Journal of Osseointegration
Ariesdue Srl, Carimate., 11(1), 21-28.
https://doi.org/10.23805/JO.2019.11.01.04
Koken S, Juloski J, Ferrari M. Influence of cervical margin relocation and adhesive system on microleakage of indirect composite restorations. in Journal of Osseointegration. 2019;11(1):21-28.
doi:10.23805/JO.2019.11.01.04 .
Koken, Serhat, Juloski, Jelena, Ferrari, Marco, "Influence of cervical margin relocation and adhesive system on microleakage of indirect composite restorations" in Journal of Osseointegration, 11, no. 1 (2019):21-28,
https://doi.org/10.23805/JO.2019.11.01.04 . .
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Fracture resistance and failure pattern of endodontically treated teeth restored with computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing post and cores: A pilot study

Eid, R.; Juloski, Jelena; Ounsi, H.; Silwaidi, M.; Ferrari, Marco; Salameh, Z.

(Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Eid, R.
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Ounsi, H.
AU  - Silwaidi, M.
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
AU  - Salameh, Z.
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2412
AB  - Aim: To evaluate the fracture resistance and failure pattern of custom made computer-aided design & computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) post and cores using a fiber reinforced composite material (FRC) and a high-density-polymer. Materials and methods: Thirty extracted mandibular second premolars were selected, endodontically treated and prepared to receive the posts. The specimens were randomly divided into three groups (n = 10) according to each material: group 1 (RXP): fiber posts (Rely X, 3M-ESPE) with composite core build-up (Filtek Bulk Fill Posterior, 3M-ESPE) as a control group; group 2 (BLC): one-piece milled post and core from fiber reinforced composite blocks (Trilor, Bioloren); and group 3 (AMC): one-piece milled post and core from hybrid ceramic disks (Ambarino, Creamed). All the posts were cemented using a self-adhesive resin cement (Rely X U200, 3M ESPE). Fracture resistance was tested using a universal testing machine, failure patterns were then observed visually and radiographically then evaluated under SEM. Data was analyzed using One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) followed by Tamhane post-hoc test in order to determine significant differences among groups (α = 0.05). Results: The mean fracture resistance values were: 426.08 ± 128.26 N for group 1 (R X P), 367.06 ± 72.34N for group 2 (BLC), and 620.02 ± 5 4.29N f or g roup 3 ( AMC). S tatistical analysis revealed that group 3 (AMC) had the highest mean load to fracture in comparison to the other groups (p = 0.000). failures were cohesive in group 2 and 3 and mixed in group 1 with no catastrophic failures reported in all groups. Conclusion: All systems evaluated presented sufficient mean load-to-failure values for endodontically treated teeth restorations. CAD/CAM post and cores made from high-densitypolymer showed a better performance than prefabricated fiber posts.
PB  - Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
T2  - Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice
T1  - Fracture resistance and failure pattern of endodontically treated teeth restored with computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing post and cores: A pilot study
VL  - 20
IS  - 1
SP  - 56
EP  - 63
DO  - 10.5005/jp-journals-10024-2476
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Eid, R. and Juloski, Jelena and Ounsi, H. and Silwaidi, M. and Ferrari, Marco and Salameh, Z.",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Aim: To evaluate the fracture resistance and failure pattern of custom made computer-aided design & computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) post and cores using a fiber reinforced composite material (FRC) and a high-density-polymer. Materials and methods: Thirty extracted mandibular second premolars were selected, endodontically treated and prepared to receive the posts. The specimens were randomly divided into three groups (n = 10) according to each material: group 1 (RXP): fiber posts (Rely X, 3M-ESPE) with composite core build-up (Filtek Bulk Fill Posterior, 3M-ESPE) as a control group; group 2 (BLC): one-piece milled post and core from fiber reinforced composite blocks (Trilor, Bioloren); and group 3 (AMC): one-piece milled post and core from hybrid ceramic disks (Ambarino, Creamed). All the posts were cemented using a self-adhesive resin cement (Rely X U200, 3M ESPE). Fracture resistance was tested using a universal testing machine, failure patterns were then observed visually and radiographically then evaluated under SEM. Data was analyzed using One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) followed by Tamhane post-hoc test in order to determine significant differences among groups (α = 0.05). Results: The mean fracture resistance values were: 426.08 ± 128.26 N for group 1 (R X P), 367.06 ± 72.34N for group 2 (BLC), and 620.02 ± 5 4.29N f or g roup 3 ( AMC). S tatistical analysis revealed that group 3 (AMC) had the highest mean load to fracture in comparison to the other groups (p = 0.000). failures were cohesive in group 2 and 3 and mixed in group 1 with no catastrophic failures reported in all groups. Conclusion: All systems evaluated presented sufficient mean load-to-failure values for endodontically treated teeth restorations. CAD/CAM post and cores made from high-densitypolymer showed a better performance than prefabricated fiber posts.",
publisher = "Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd",
journal = "Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice",
title = "Fracture resistance and failure pattern of endodontically treated teeth restored with computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing post and cores: A pilot study",
volume = "20",
number = "1",
pages = "56-63",
doi = "10.5005/jp-journals-10024-2476"
}
Eid, R., Juloski, J., Ounsi, H., Silwaidi, M., Ferrari, M.,& Salameh, Z.. (2019). Fracture resistance and failure pattern of endodontically treated teeth restored with computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing post and cores: A pilot study. in Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice
Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 20(1), 56-63.
https://doi.org/10.5005/jp-journals-10024-2476
Eid R, Juloski J, Ounsi H, Silwaidi M, Ferrari M, Salameh Z. Fracture resistance and failure pattern of endodontically treated teeth restored with computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing post and cores: A pilot study. in Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice. 2019;20(1):56-63.
doi:10.5005/jp-journals-10024-2476 .
Eid, R., Juloski, Jelena, Ounsi, H., Silwaidi, M., Ferrari, Marco, Salameh, Z., "Fracture resistance and failure pattern of endodontically treated teeth restored with computer-aided design/ computer-aided manufacturing post and cores: A pilot study" in Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice, 20, no. 1 (2019):56-63,
https://doi.org/10.5005/jp-journals-10024-2476 . .
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Marginal sealing of relocated cervical margins of mesio-occluso-distal overlays

Koeken, Serhat; Juloski, Jelena; Sorrentino, Roberto; Grandini, Simone; Ferrari, Marco

(Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Koeken, Serhat
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Sorrentino, Roberto
AU  - Grandini, Simone
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2312
AB  - We investigated the effect of cervical marginal relocation (CMR) on marginal sealing with two different viscosity resin composites, before adhesive cementation of composite computer-aided design/ computer-assisted manufacture mesio-occluso-distal (MOD) overlays. Stan dardized MOD cavities prepared in 39 human molars were randomly assigned to three groups. The proximal margins on the mesial side were located 1 mm below the cementoenamel junction. On the distal side of the tooth, the margins were located 1 mm above the cementoenamel junction. In Groups 1 and 2, mesial proximal boxes were elevated with a hybrid composite (GC Essentia MD) and a (towable composite (GC G-genial Universal Flo), respectively. CMR was not performed in Group 3. The overlays were adhesively cemented, and interfacial leakage was quantified by scoring the depth of silver nitrate penetration along the adhesive interfaces. Leakage score at the dentin-CMR composite interface did not significantly differ between the two tested composites but was significantly lower for Group 3. In all groups, scores were significantly higher at the dentin interface than at the enamel interface. These results indicate that the performance of flowable and microhybrid resin composites, as indicated by marginal sealing ability, is comparable for CMR.
PB  - Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko
T2  - Journal of Oral Science
T1  - Marginal sealing of relocated cervical margins of mesio-occluso-distal overlays
VL  - 60
IS  - 3
SP  - 460
EP  - 468
DO  - 10.2334/josnusd.17-0331
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Koeken, Serhat and Juloski, Jelena and Sorrentino, Roberto and Grandini, Simone and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2018",
abstract = "We investigated the effect of cervical marginal relocation (CMR) on marginal sealing with two different viscosity resin composites, before adhesive cementation of composite computer-aided design/ computer-assisted manufacture mesio-occluso-distal (MOD) overlays. Stan dardized MOD cavities prepared in 39 human molars were randomly assigned to three groups. The proximal margins on the mesial side were located 1 mm below the cementoenamel junction. On the distal side of the tooth, the margins were located 1 mm above the cementoenamel junction. In Groups 1 and 2, mesial proximal boxes were elevated with a hybrid composite (GC Essentia MD) and a (towable composite (GC G-genial Universal Flo), respectively. CMR was not performed in Group 3. The overlays were adhesively cemented, and interfacial leakage was quantified by scoring the depth of silver nitrate penetration along the adhesive interfaces. Leakage score at the dentin-CMR composite interface did not significantly differ between the two tested composites but was significantly lower for Group 3. In all groups, scores were significantly higher at the dentin interface than at the enamel interface. These results indicate that the performance of flowable and microhybrid resin composites, as indicated by marginal sealing ability, is comparable for CMR.",
publisher = "Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko",
journal = "Journal of Oral Science",
title = "Marginal sealing of relocated cervical margins of mesio-occluso-distal overlays",
volume = "60",
number = "3",
pages = "460-468",
doi = "10.2334/josnusd.17-0331"
}
Koeken, S., Juloski, J., Sorrentino, R., Grandini, S.,& Ferrari, M.. (2018). Marginal sealing of relocated cervical margins of mesio-occluso-distal overlays. in Journal of Oral Science
Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko., 60(3), 460-468.
https://doi.org/10.2334/josnusd.17-0331
Koeken S, Juloski J, Sorrentino R, Grandini S, Ferrari M. Marginal sealing of relocated cervical margins of mesio-occluso-distal overlays. in Journal of Oral Science. 2018;60(3):460-468.
doi:10.2334/josnusd.17-0331 .
Koeken, Serhat, Juloski, Jelena, Sorrentino, Roberto, Grandini, Simone, Ferrari, Marco, "Marginal sealing of relocated cervical margins of mesio-occluso-distal overlays" in Journal of Oral Science, 60, no. 3 (2018):460-468,
https://doi.org/10.2334/josnusd.17-0331 . .
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Effects of scanning technique on in vitro performance of CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts

Tsintsadze, Nino; Juloski, Jelena; Carrabba, Michele; Goracci, Cecilia; Vichi, Alessandro; Grandini, Simone; Ferrari, Marco

(Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Tsintsadze, Nino
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Carrabba, Michele
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Grandini, Simone
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2308
AB  - This study assessed push-out strength, cement layer thickness, and interfacial nanoleakage of luted fiber posts fabricated with computer-aided design/computer-assisted manufacture (CAD/CAM) technology after use of 1 of 3 scanning techniques, namely, direct scanning of the post space (DS), scanning of a polyether impression of the post space (IS), and scanning of a plaster model of the post space (MS). Thirty premolars were randomly assigned to three groups corresponding to the scanning technique. Posts were computer-designed and milled from experimental fiber-reinforced composite blocks. The mean (+/- SD) values for push-out strength and cement thickness were 17.1 +/- 7.7 MPa and 162 +/- 24 mu m, respectively, for DS, 10.7 +/- 4.6 MPa and 187 +/- 50 mu m for IS, and 12.0 +/- 7.2 MPa and 258 +/- 78 mu m for MS specimens. Median (interquartile range) interfacial nanoleakage scores were 3 (2-4) for DS, 2.5 (2-4) for IS, and 3 (2-4) for MS. Post retention was better for fiber posts fabricated by DS technique than for those fabricated by IS and MS. Cement thickness did not differ between DS and IS specimens, but the cement layer was significantly thicker in the MS group than in the other two groups. Scanning technique did not affect sealing ability, as the three groups had comparable nanoleakage values.
PB  - Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko
T2  - Journal of Oral Science
T1  - Effects of scanning technique on in vitro performance of CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts
VL  - 60
IS  - 2
SP  - 262
EP  - 268
DO  - 10.2334/josnusd.17-0254
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Tsintsadze, Nino and Juloski, Jelena and Carrabba, Michele and Goracci, Cecilia and Vichi, Alessandro and Grandini, Simone and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2018",
abstract = "This study assessed push-out strength, cement layer thickness, and interfacial nanoleakage of luted fiber posts fabricated with computer-aided design/computer-assisted manufacture (CAD/CAM) technology after use of 1 of 3 scanning techniques, namely, direct scanning of the post space (DS), scanning of a polyether impression of the post space (IS), and scanning of a plaster model of the post space (MS). Thirty premolars were randomly assigned to three groups corresponding to the scanning technique. Posts were computer-designed and milled from experimental fiber-reinforced composite blocks. The mean (+/- SD) values for push-out strength and cement thickness were 17.1 +/- 7.7 MPa and 162 +/- 24 mu m, respectively, for DS, 10.7 +/- 4.6 MPa and 187 +/- 50 mu m for IS, and 12.0 +/- 7.2 MPa and 258 +/- 78 mu m for MS specimens. Median (interquartile range) interfacial nanoleakage scores were 3 (2-4) for DS, 2.5 (2-4) for IS, and 3 (2-4) for MS. Post retention was better for fiber posts fabricated by DS technique than for those fabricated by IS and MS. Cement thickness did not differ between DS and IS specimens, but the cement layer was significantly thicker in the MS group than in the other two groups. Scanning technique did not affect sealing ability, as the three groups had comparable nanoleakage values.",
publisher = "Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko",
journal = "Journal of Oral Science",
title = "Effects of scanning technique on in vitro performance of CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts",
volume = "60",
number = "2",
pages = "262-268",
doi = "10.2334/josnusd.17-0254"
}
Tsintsadze, N., Juloski, J., Carrabba, M., Goracci, C., Vichi, A., Grandini, S.,& Ferrari, M.. (2018). Effects of scanning technique on in vitro performance of CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts. in Journal of Oral Science
Nihon Univ, School Dentistry, Toyko., 60(2), 262-268.
https://doi.org/10.2334/josnusd.17-0254
Tsintsadze N, Juloski J, Carrabba M, Goracci C, Vichi A, Grandini S, Ferrari M. Effects of scanning technique on in vitro performance of CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts. in Journal of Oral Science. 2018;60(2):262-268.
doi:10.2334/josnusd.17-0254 .
Tsintsadze, Nino, Juloski, Jelena, Carrabba, Michele, Goracci, Cecilia, Vichi, Alessandro, Grandini, Simone, Ferrari, Marco, "Effects of scanning technique on in vitro performance of CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts" in Journal of Oral Science, 60, no. 2 (2018):262-268,
https://doi.org/10.2334/josnusd.17-0254 . .
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Cervical margin relocation in indirect adhesive restorations: A literature review

Juloski, Jelena; Koken, Serhat; Ferrari, Marco

(Elsevier Ireland Ltd, Clare, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Koken, Serhat
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2303
AB  - Purpose: The aim of this review was to summarize the existing scientific literature investigating on cervical margin relocation technique (CMR) performed prior to the adhesive cementation of the indirect restorations. Study selection: An electronic search with no date restriction was conducted in the MEDLINE database, accessed through PubMed. The following main keywords were used: "cervical margin relocation", "coronal margin relocation", "deep margin elevation" and "proximal box elevation". Results: Seven in vitro studies and 5 clinical reports investigating on CMR are taken into consideration for the present review. The most frequently investigated parameter in almost all of the in vitro studies was the marginal adaptation of the indirect restorations. One study additionally assessed the influence of CMR on the fracture behavior of the restored teeth and one study assessed the bond strength of the indirect composite restoration to the proximal box floor. Clinical reports provided documentation with a detailed description of the treatment protocol. In the current literature no randomized controlled clinical trials or prospective or retrospective clinical studies on CMR technique could be found. Conclusions: On the basis of the reviewed literature, it can be concluded that currently there is no strong scientific evidence that could either support or discourage the use of CMR technique prior to restoration of deep subgingival defects with indirect adhesive restorations. Randomized controlled clinical trials are necessary to provide the reliable evidence on the influence of CMR technique on the clinical performance, especially on the longevity of the restorations and the periodontal health.
PB  - Elsevier Ireland Ltd, Clare
T2  - Journal of Prosthodontic Research
T1  - Cervical margin relocation in indirect adhesive restorations: A literature review
VL  - 62
IS  - 3
SP  - 273
EP  - 280
DO  - 10.1016/j.jpor.2017.09.005
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Koken, Serhat and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2018",
abstract = "Purpose: The aim of this review was to summarize the existing scientific literature investigating on cervical margin relocation technique (CMR) performed prior to the adhesive cementation of the indirect restorations. Study selection: An electronic search with no date restriction was conducted in the MEDLINE database, accessed through PubMed. The following main keywords were used: "cervical margin relocation", "coronal margin relocation", "deep margin elevation" and "proximal box elevation". Results: Seven in vitro studies and 5 clinical reports investigating on CMR are taken into consideration for the present review. The most frequently investigated parameter in almost all of the in vitro studies was the marginal adaptation of the indirect restorations. One study additionally assessed the influence of CMR on the fracture behavior of the restored teeth and one study assessed the bond strength of the indirect composite restoration to the proximal box floor. Clinical reports provided documentation with a detailed description of the treatment protocol. In the current literature no randomized controlled clinical trials or prospective or retrospective clinical studies on CMR technique could be found. Conclusions: On the basis of the reviewed literature, it can be concluded that currently there is no strong scientific evidence that could either support or discourage the use of CMR technique prior to restoration of deep subgingival defects with indirect adhesive restorations. Randomized controlled clinical trials are necessary to provide the reliable evidence on the influence of CMR technique on the clinical performance, especially on the longevity of the restorations and the periodontal health.",
publisher = "Elsevier Ireland Ltd, Clare",
journal = "Journal of Prosthodontic Research",
title = "Cervical margin relocation in indirect adhesive restorations: A literature review",
volume = "62",
number = "3",
pages = "273-280",
doi = "10.1016/j.jpor.2017.09.005"
}
Juloski, J., Koken, S.,& Ferrari, M.. (2018). Cervical margin relocation in indirect adhesive restorations: A literature review. in Journal of Prosthodontic Research
Elsevier Ireland Ltd, Clare., 62(3), 273-280.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpor.2017.09.005
Juloski J, Koken S, Ferrari M. Cervical margin relocation in indirect adhesive restorations: A literature review. in Journal of Prosthodontic Research. 2018;62(3):273-280.
doi:10.1016/j.jpor.2017.09.005 .
Juloski, Jelena, Koken, Serhat, Ferrari, Marco, "Cervical margin relocation in indirect adhesive restorations: A literature review" in Journal of Prosthodontic Research, 62, no. 3 (2018):273-280,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpor.2017.09.005 . .
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Post-Retained Single Crowns versus Fixed Dental Prostheses: A 7-Year Prospective Clinical Study

Ferrari, Marco; Sorrentino, Roberto; Juloski, Jelena; Grandini, Simone; Carrabba, Michele; Discepoli, N.; Ferrari Cagidiaco, E.

(Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
AU  - Sorrentino, Roberto
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Grandini, Simone
AU  - Carrabba, Michele
AU  - Discepoli, N.
AU  - Ferrari Cagidiaco, E.
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2211
AB  - Biomechanical integrity of endodontically treated teeth (ETT) is often compromised. Degree of hard tissue loss and type of final prosthetic restoration should be carefully considered when making a treatment plan. The objective of this prospective clinical trial was to assess the influence of the type of prosthetic restoration as well as the degree of hard tissue loss on 7-y clinical performance of ETT restored with fiber posts. Two groups (n = 60) were defined depending on the type of prosthetic restoration needed: 1) single unit porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns (SCs) and 2) 3- to 4-unit PFM fixed dental prostheses (FDPs), with 1 healthy and 1 endodontically treated and fiber post-restored abutment. Within each group, samples were divided into 2 subgroups (n = 30) according to the amount of residual coronal tissues after abutment buildup and final preparation: A) >50% of coronal residual structure or B) equal to or  lt 50% of coronal residual structure. The clinical outcome was assessed based on clinical and intraoral radiographic examinations at the recalls after 6, 12, 24, 36, 48, and 84 mo. Data were analyzed by Kaplan-Meier log-rank test and Cox regression analysis (P  lt  0.05). The overall 7-y survival rate of ETT restored with fiber post and either SCs or FDPs was 69.2%. The highest 84-mo survival rate was recorded in group 1A (90%), whereas teeth in group 2B exhibited the lowest performance (56.7% survival rate). The log-rank test detected statistically significant differences in survival rates among the groups (P = 0.048). Cox regression analysis revealed that the amount of residual coronal structure (P = 0.041; hazard ratio [HR], 2.026; 95% confidence interval [CI] for HR, 1.031-3.982) and the interaction between the type of prosthetic restoration and the amount of residual coronal structure (P = 0.024; HR, 1.372; 95% CI for HR, 1.042-1.806) were statistically significant factors for survival.
PB  - Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks
T2  - Journal of Dental Research
T1  - Post-Retained Single Crowns versus Fixed Dental Prostheses: A 7-Year Prospective Clinical Study
VL  - 96
IS  - 13
SP  - 1490
EP  - 1497
DO  - 10.1177/0022034517724146
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Ferrari, Marco and Sorrentino, Roberto and Juloski, Jelena and Grandini, Simone and Carrabba, Michele and Discepoli, N. and Ferrari Cagidiaco, E.",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Biomechanical integrity of endodontically treated teeth (ETT) is often compromised. Degree of hard tissue loss and type of final prosthetic restoration should be carefully considered when making a treatment plan. The objective of this prospective clinical trial was to assess the influence of the type of prosthetic restoration as well as the degree of hard tissue loss on 7-y clinical performance of ETT restored with fiber posts. Two groups (n = 60) were defined depending on the type of prosthetic restoration needed: 1) single unit porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns (SCs) and 2) 3- to 4-unit PFM fixed dental prostheses (FDPs), with 1 healthy and 1 endodontically treated and fiber post-restored abutment. Within each group, samples were divided into 2 subgroups (n = 30) according to the amount of residual coronal tissues after abutment buildup and final preparation: A) >50% of coronal residual structure or B) equal to or  lt 50% of coronal residual structure. The clinical outcome was assessed based on clinical and intraoral radiographic examinations at the recalls after 6, 12, 24, 36, 48, and 84 mo. Data were analyzed by Kaplan-Meier log-rank test and Cox regression analysis (P  lt  0.05). The overall 7-y survival rate of ETT restored with fiber post and either SCs or FDPs was 69.2%. The highest 84-mo survival rate was recorded in group 1A (90%), whereas teeth in group 2B exhibited the lowest performance (56.7% survival rate). The log-rank test detected statistically significant differences in survival rates among the groups (P = 0.048). Cox regression analysis revealed that the amount of residual coronal structure (P = 0.041; hazard ratio [HR], 2.026; 95% confidence interval [CI] for HR, 1.031-3.982) and the interaction between the type of prosthetic restoration and the amount of residual coronal structure (P = 0.024; HR, 1.372; 95% CI for HR, 1.042-1.806) were statistically significant factors for survival.",
publisher = "Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks",
journal = "Journal of Dental Research",
title = "Post-Retained Single Crowns versus Fixed Dental Prostheses: A 7-Year Prospective Clinical Study",
volume = "96",
number = "13",
pages = "1490-1497",
doi = "10.1177/0022034517724146"
}
Ferrari, M., Sorrentino, R., Juloski, J., Grandini, S., Carrabba, M., Discepoli, N.,& Ferrari Cagidiaco, E.. (2017). Post-Retained Single Crowns versus Fixed Dental Prostheses: A 7-Year Prospective Clinical Study. in Journal of Dental Research
Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks., 96(13), 1490-1497.
https://doi.org/10.1177/0022034517724146
Ferrari M, Sorrentino R, Juloski J, Grandini S, Carrabba M, Discepoli N, Ferrari Cagidiaco E. Post-Retained Single Crowns versus Fixed Dental Prostheses: A 7-Year Prospective Clinical Study. in Journal of Dental Research. 2017;96(13):1490-1497.
doi:10.1177/0022034517724146 .
Ferrari, Marco, Sorrentino, Roberto, Juloski, Jelena, Grandini, Simone, Carrabba, Michele, Discepoli, N., Ferrari Cagidiaco, E., "Post-Retained Single Crowns versus Fixed Dental Prostheses: A 7-Year Prospective Clinical Study" in Journal of Dental Research, 96, no. 13 (2017):1490-1497,
https://doi.org/10.1177/0022034517724146 . .
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Performance of CAD/CAM fabricated fiber posts in oval-shaped root canals: An in vitro study

Tsintsadze, Nino; Juloski, Jelena; Carrabba, Michele; Tricarico, Marella; Goracci, Cecilia; Vichi, Alessandro; Ferrari, Marco; Grandini, Simone

(Mosher and Linder, Inc, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Tsintsadze, Nino
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Carrabba, Michele
AU  - Tricarico, Marella
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
AU  - Grandini, Simone
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2202
AB  - Purpose: To assess the push-out strength, the cement layer thickness and the interfacial nanoleakage of prefabricated fiber posts, CAD/CAM fiber posts and metal cast posts cemented into oval-shaped root canals. Methods: Oval-shaped post spaces were prepared in 30 single-rooted premolars. Roots were randomly assigned to three groups (n=10), according to the post type to be inserted: Group 1: Prefabricated fiber post (D.T. Light-Post X-RO Illusion); Group 2: Cast metal post; Group 3: CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber post (experimental fiber blocks). In Group 3, post spaces were sprayed with scan powder (VITA), scanned with an inEos 4.2 scanner, and fiber posts were milled using an inLab MC XL CAD/CAM milling unit. All posts were cemented using Gradia Core dual-cure resin cement in combination with Gradia core self-etching bond (GC). After 24 hours, the specimens were sectioned perpendicular to the long axis into six 1 mm thick sections, which were differentiated by the root level. Sections from six roots per group were used to measure the cement thickness and subsequently for the thin-slice push-out test, whereas the sections from the remaining four teeth were assigned to interfacial nanoleakage test. The cement thickness around the posts was measured in micrometers (mu m) on the digital images acquired with a digital microscope using the Digimizer software. Thin-slice push-out test was conducted using a universal testing machine at the crosshead speed of 0.5 mm/minute and the bond strength was expressed in megaPascals (MPa). The interfacial nanoleakage was observed under light microscope and quantified by scoring the depth of silver nitrate penetration along the post-cement-dentin interfaces. The obtained results were statistically analyzed by Kruskal-Wallis ANOVA, followed by the Dunn's Multiple Range test for post hoc comparisons. The level of significance was set at P  lt  0.05. Results: Statistically significant differences were found among the groups in push-out bond strength, cement thickness and interfacial nanoleakage (P  lt  0.05). CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts achieved retention that was comparable to that of cast metal posts and significantly higher than that of prefabricated fiber posts. The cement layer thickness around CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts was significantly lower than around prefabricated fiber posts, but higher than that around cast metal posts. Root level was not a significant factor for push-out strength in any of the groups, whereas it significantly affected cement layer thickness only in the prefabricated fiber post group. No differences were observed in interfacial nanoleakage between CAD-CAM fabricated and prefabricated fiber posts, while nanoleakage recorded in cast metal posts was significantly lower.
PB  - Mosher and Linder, Inc
T2  - American Journal of Dentistry
T1  - Performance of CAD/CAM fabricated fiber posts in oval-shaped root canals: An in vitro study
VL  - 30
IS  - 5
SP  - 248
EP  - 254
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_2202
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Tsintsadze, Nino and Juloski, Jelena and Carrabba, Michele and Tricarico, Marella and Goracci, Cecilia and Vichi, Alessandro and Ferrari, Marco and Grandini, Simone",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Purpose: To assess the push-out strength, the cement layer thickness and the interfacial nanoleakage of prefabricated fiber posts, CAD/CAM fiber posts and metal cast posts cemented into oval-shaped root canals. Methods: Oval-shaped post spaces were prepared in 30 single-rooted premolars. Roots were randomly assigned to three groups (n=10), according to the post type to be inserted: Group 1: Prefabricated fiber post (D.T. Light-Post X-RO Illusion); Group 2: Cast metal post; Group 3: CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber post (experimental fiber blocks). In Group 3, post spaces were sprayed with scan powder (VITA), scanned with an inEos 4.2 scanner, and fiber posts were milled using an inLab MC XL CAD/CAM milling unit. All posts were cemented using Gradia Core dual-cure resin cement in combination with Gradia core self-etching bond (GC). After 24 hours, the specimens were sectioned perpendicular to the long axis into six 1 mm thick sections, which were differentiated by the root level. Sections from six roots per group were used to measure the cement thickness and subsequently for the thin-slice push-out test, whereas the sections from the remaining four teeth were assigned to interfacial nanoleakage test. The cement thickness around the posts was measured in micrometers (mu m) on the digital images acquired with a digital microscope using the Digimizer software. Thin-slice push-out test was conducted using a universal testing machine at the crosshead speed of 0.5 mm/minute and the bond strength was expressed in megaPascals (MPa). The interfacial nanoleakage was observed under light microscope and quantified by scoring the depth of silver nitrate penetration along the post-cement-dentin interfaces. The obtained results were statistically analyzed by Kruskal-Wallis ANOVA, followed by the Dunn's Multiple Range test for post hoc comparisons. The level of significance was set at P  lt  0.05. Results: Statistically significant differences were found among the groups in push-out bond strength, cement thickness and interfacial nanoleakage (P  lt  0.05). CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts achieved retention that was comparable to that of cast metal posts and significantly higher than that of prefabricated fiber posts. The cement layer thickness around CAD/CAM-fabricated fiber posts was significantly lower than around prefabricated fiber posts, but higher than that around cast metal posts. Root level was not a significant factor for push-out strength in any of the groups, whereas it significantly affected cement layer thickness only in the prefabricated fiber post group. No differences were observed in interfacial nanoleakage between CAD-CAM fabricated and prefabricated fiber posts, while nanoleakage recorded in cast metal posts was significantly lower.",
publisher = "Mosher and Linder, Inc",
journal = "American Journal of Dentistry",
title = "Performance of CAD/CAM fabricated fiber posts in oval-shaped root canals: An in vitro study",
volume = "30",
number = "5",
pages = "248-254",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_2202"
}
Tsintsadze, N., Juloski, J., Carrabba, M., Tricarico, M., Goracci, C., Vichi, A., Ferrari, M.,& Grandini, S.. (2017). Performance of CAD/CAM fabricated fiber posts in oval-shaped root canals: An in vitro study. in American Journal of Dentistry
Mosher and Linder, Inc., 30(5), 248-254.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_2202
Tsintsadze N, Juloski J, Carrabba M, Tricarico M, Goracci C, Vichi A, Ferrari M, Grandini S. Performance of CAD/CAM fabricated fiber posts in oval-shaped root canals: An in vitro study. in American Journal of Dentistry. 2017;30(5):248-254.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_2202 .
Tsintsadze, Nino, Juloski, Jelena, Carrabba, Michele, Tricarico, Marella, Goracci, Cecilia, Vichi, Alessandro, Ferrari, Marco, Grandini, Simone, "Performance of CAD/CAM fabricated fiber posts in oval-shaped root canals: An in vitro study" in American Journal of Dentistry, 30, no. 5 (2017):248-254,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_2202 .
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The influence of cement filler load on the radiopacity of various fibre posts ex vivo

Goracci, Cecilia; Juloski, Jelena; Schiavetti, R.; Mainieri, P.; Giovannetti, Agostino; Vichi, Alessandro; Ferrari, Marco

(Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Schiavetti, R.
AU  - Mainieri, P.
AU  - Giovannetti, Agostino
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2024
AB  - Aim To verify whether the filler load of luting agents influences the radiopacity of intraradicularly placed posts. Methodology Digital radiographs of the following posts were taken: RelyX Fiber Post (3M ESPE), GC Fiber Post (GC Corporation), DT Light Post Illusion (RTD), DT Light SL Post (RTD), Endo-Composipost (RTD), FibreKleer Parallel Post (Jeneric Pentron Incorporated), FRC Postec (Ivoclar Vivadent), Parapost Taper Lux (Coltene/Whaledent AG), Radix Fiber Post (Dentsply Maillefer), EverStick Post (Stick Tech Ltd), Dentin Post X (Komet), Tech 21 X-op (Isasan), ENA Post (Micerium). Post radiopacity was measured in millimetres of aluminium (mmAl) with reference to an aluminium step wedge. Two extracted contralateral premolars were root filled. After post space preparation, taking the midpoint of the post hole as a reference, each tooth was cut longitudinally into two halves in a mesiodistal direction. On each half, the exposed root dentine was ground flat to the deepest point of the post space, and an even layer of cement was placed and light-cured. To obtain a clinically relevant layer of cement, the material thickness was reduced to 75 mu m by grinding with wet abrasive paper. A cement formulation with 30 wt% of filler was tested in one premolar, whilst a formulation with 70 wt% of filler was utilized in the contralateral tooth. Posts were then placed between the two facing root halves of each premolar, and radiopacity was measured in mmAl. Data were analysed using t-test for paired samples (P  lt  0.05). Results Radiopacity of posts ranged between 1.44 (ENA Post) and 5.78 mmAl (FibreKleer). In the presence of the more heavily filled cement, significantly higher values of post radiopacity were measured (P  lt  0.001). Conclusion The radiopacity of the luting agent contributed to the overall post radiovisibility within the root. Even when the cement with lower filler content was used in combination with the least radiodense dowels, the post was detectable within the root.
PB  - Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken
T2  - International Endodontic Journal
T1  - The influence of cement filler load on the radiopacity of various fibre posts ex vivo
VL  - 48
IS  - 1
SP  - 60
EP  - 67
DO  - 10.1111/iej.12275
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Goracci, Cecilia and Juloski, Jelena and Schiavetti, R. and Mainieri, P. and Giovannetti, Agostino and Vichi, Alessandro and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Aim To verify whether the filler load of luting agents influences the radiopacity of intraradicularly placed posts. Methodology Digital radiographs of the following posts were taken: RelyX Fiber Post (3M ESPE), GC Fiber Post (GC Corporation), DT Light Post Illusion (RTD), DT Light SL Post (RTD), Endo-Composipost (RTD), FibreKleer Parallel Post (Jeneric Pentron Incorporated), FRC Postec (Ivoclar Vivadent), Parapost Taper Lux (Coltene/Whaledent AG), Radix Fiber Post (Dentsply Maillefer), EverStick Post (Stick Tech Ltd), Dentin Post X (Komet), Tech 21 X-op (Isasan), ENA Post (Micerium). Post radiopacity was measured in millimetres of aluminium (mmAl) with reference to an aluminium step wedge. Two extracted contralateral premolars were root filled. After post space preparation, taking the midpoint of the post hole as a reference, each tooth was cut longitudinally into two halves in a mesiodistal direction. On each half, the exposed root dentine was ground flat to the deepest point of the post space, and an even layer of cement was placed and light-cured. To obtain a clinically relevant layer of cement, the material thickness was reduced to 75 mu m by grinding with wet abrasive paper. A cement formulation with 30 wt% of filler was tested in one premolar, whilst a formulation with 70 wt% of filler was utilized in the contralateral tooth. Posts were then placed between the two facing root halves of each premolar, and radiopacity was measured in mmAl. Data were analysed using t-test for paired samples (P  lt  0.05). Results Radiopacity of posts ranged between 1.44 (ENA Post) and 5.78 mmAl (FibreKleer). In the presence of the more heavily filled cement, significantly higher values of post radiopacity were measured (P  lt  0.001). Conclusion The radiopacity of the luting agent contributed to the overall post radiovisibility within the root. Even when the cement with lower filler content was used in combination with the least radiodense dowels, the post was detectable within the root.",
publisher = "Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken",
journal = "International Endodontic Journal",
title = "The influence of cement filler load on the radiopacity of various fibre posts ex vivo",
volume = "48",
number = "1",
pages = "60-67",
doi = "10.1111/iej.12275"
}
Goracci, C., Juloski, J., Schiavetti, R., Mainieri, P., Giovannetti, A., Vichi, A.,& Ferrari, M.. (2015). The influence of cement filler load on the radiopacity of various fibre posts ex vivo. in International Endodontic Journal
Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken., 48(1), 60-67.
https://doi.org/10.1111/iej.12275
Goracci C, Juloski J, Schiavetti R, Mainieri P, Giovannetti A, Vichi A, Ferrari M. The influence of cement filler load on the radiopacity of various fibre posts ex vivo. in International Endodontic Journal. 2015;48(1):60-67.
doi:10.1111/iej.12275 .
Goracci, Cecilia, Juloski, Jelena, Schiavetti, R., Mainieri, P., Giovannetti, Agostino, Vichi, Alessandro, Ferrari, Marco, "The influence of cement filler load on the radiopacity of various fibre posts ex vivo" in International Endodontic Journal, 48, no. 1 (2015):60-67,
https://doi.org/10.1111/iej.12275 . .
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Influence of luting agent translucency on fiber post retention

Juloski, Jelena; Goracci, Cecilia; Tsintsadze, Nino; Carrabba, Michele; Vichi, Alessandro; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(Wiley, Hoboken, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Tsintsadze, Nino
AU  - Carrabba, Michele
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1978
AB  - The aim was to assess the influence of cement translucency on the retentive strength of luted fiber posts. Twenty extracted human premolars were randomly divided into four equal groups, based on the combinations of materials to be tested. Two post types of the same size, shape, and chemical composition, but different light-transmission properties [Translucent post (TP) and Opaque post (OP)] were selected. The two post types were luted using the etch-and-rinse, light-curing adhesive in combination with two shades of the same resin cement of markedly different light-transmitting ability [Transparent shade (TS) and Opaque shade (OS)]. Early post retention was assessed using the thin-slice push-out test. Post type did not significantly influence post retention; however, cement translucency emerged as a relevant factor in intraradicular cementation, with the TS achieving higher push-out strengths. The between-factor interaction was also statistically significant; specifically, OP-OS yielded significantly lower retentive strengths than all the other groups. Post translucency did not influence post retention, provided that a highly translucent cement was utilized for luting.
PB  - Wiley, Hoboken
T2  - European Journal of Oral Sciences
T1  - Influence of luting agent translucency on fiber post retention
VL  - 123
IS  - 2
SP  - 116
EP  - 121
DO  - 10.1111/eos.12174
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Goracci, Cecilia and Tsintsadze, Nino and Carrabba, Michele and Vichi, Alessandro and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2015",
abstract = "The aim was to assess the influence of cement translucency on the retentive strength of luted fiber posts. Twenty extracted human premolars were randomly divided into four equal groups, based on the combinations of materials to be tested. Two post types of the same size, shape, and chemical composition, but different light-transmission properties [Translucent post (TP) and Opaque post (OP)] were selected. The two post types were luted using the etch-and-rinse, light-curing adhesive in combination with two shades of the same resin cement of markedly different light-transmitting ability [Transparent shade (TS) and Opaque shade (OS)]. Early post retention was assessed using the thin-slice push-out test. Post type did not significantly influence post retention; however, cement translucency emerged as a relevant factor in intraradicular cementation, with the TS achieving higher push-out strengths. The between-factor interaction was also statistically significant; specifically, OP-OS yielded significantly lower retentive strengths than all the other groups. Post translucency did not influence post retention, provided that a highly translucent cement was utilized for luting.",
publisher = "Wiley, Hoboken",
journal = "European Journal of Oral Sciences",
title = "Influence of luting agent translucency on fiber post retention",
volume = "123",
number = "2",
pages = "116-121",
doi = "10.1111/eos.12174"
}
Juloski, J., Goracci, C., Tsintsadze, N., Carrabba, M., Vichi, A., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2015). Influence of luting agent translucency on fiber post retention. in European Journal of Oral Sciences
Wiley, Hoboken., 123(2), 116-121.
https://doi.org/10.1111/eos.12174
Juloski J, Goracci C, Tsintsadze N, Carrabba M, Vichi A, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Influence of luting agent translucency on fiber post retention. in European Journal of Oral Sciences. 2015;123(2):116-121.
doi:10.1111/eos.12174 .
Juloski, Jelena, Goracci, Cecilia, Tsintsadze, Nino, Carrabba, Michele, Vichi, Alessandro, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Influence of luting agent translucency on fiber post retention" in European Journal of Oral Sciences, 123, no. 2 (2015):116-121,
https://doi.org/10.1111/eos.12174 . .
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Micro-computerized tomographic analysis of premolars restored with oval and circular posts

Rengo, Carlo; Spagnuolo, Gianrico; Ametrano, Gianluca; Juloski, Jelena; Rengo, Sandro; Ferrari, Marco

(Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg, 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Rengo, Carlo
AU  - Spagnuolo, Gianrico
AU  - Ametrano, Gianluca
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Rengo, Sandro
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2014
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1946
AB  - The purpose of the study was to evaluate by micro-computerized tomography (microCT) areas and volumes of post, cement, and voids/bubbles in the post space of oval-shaped premolars restored either with oval or circular posts. Twelve extracted premolars were divided into two groups according to the drill-fiber post system used: (1) GC Fiber Post Drill + circular post GC Fiber Post; (2) Ellipson tip(TM) + oval post Ellipson post(TM). Each tooth was scanned using microCT, and areas and volumes of canal, post space, post, cement, and voids at coronal, medium, and apical level were calculated by using a three-dimensional visualization software. Two-way analyses of variance and Tukey tests were used for statistical analysis (p  lt  0.05). The area of voids was significantly greater at apical level of oval posts, but no difference was found between the levels among the groups. Regardless of post shape, the volume of voids and of cement was significantly higher at the coronal level. With oval posts, the total volume of cement was twice as much as with circular posts, and the difference was statistically significant. Our results indicate that the volume of voids does not depend on post shape. Moreover, the microCT analysis demonstrated that the volume of cement was greater with oval posts compared to circular posts. The microCT analysis provided interesting information on voids distribution and on the ratio between post shape and cement thickness. These results might address the clinician in the reconstruction of teeth with fiber posts.
PB  - Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg
T2  - Clinical Oral Investigations
T1  - Micro-computerized tomographic analysis of premolars restored with oval and circular posts
VL  - 18
IS  - 2
SP  - 571
EP  - 578
DO  - 10.1007/s00784-013-0982-7
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Rengo, Carlo and Spagnuolo, Gianrico and Ametrano, Gianluca and Juloski, Jelena and Rengo, Sandro and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2014",
abstract = "The purpose of the study was to evaluate by micro-computerized tomography (microCT) areas and volumes of post, cement, and voids/bubbles in the post space of oval-shaped premolars restored either with oval or circular posts. Twelve extracted premolars were divided into two groups according to the drill-fiber post system used: (1) GC Fiber Post Drill + circular post GC Fiber Post; (2) Ellipson tip(TM) + oval post Ellipson post(TM). Each tooth was scanned using microCT, and areas and volumes of canal, post space, post, cement, and voids at coronal, medium, and apical level were calculated by using a three-dimensional visualization software. Two-way analyses of variance and Tukey tests were used for statistical analysis (p  lt  0.05). The area of voids was significantly greater at apical level of oval posts, but no difference was found between the levels among the groups. Regardless of post shape, the volume of voids and of cement was significantly higher at the coronal level. With oval posts, the total volume of cement was twice as much as with circular posts, and the difference was statistically significant. Our results indicate that the volume of voids does not depend on post shape. Moreover, the microCT analysis demonstrated that the volume of cement was greater with oval posts compared to circular posts. The microCT analysis provided interesting information on voids distribution and on the ratio between post shape and cement thickness. These results might address the clinician in the reconstruction of teeth with fiber posts.",
publisher = "Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg",
journal = "Clinical Oral Investigations",
title = "Micro-computerized tomographic analysis of premolars restored with oval and circular posts",
volume = "18",
number = "2",
pages = "571-578",
doi = "10.1007/s00784-013-0982-7"
}
Rengo, C., Spagnuolo, G., Ametrano, G., Juloski, J., Rengo, S.,& Ferrari, M.. (2014). Micro-computerized tomographic analysis of premolars restored with oval and circular posts. in Clinical Oral Investigations
Springer Heidelberg, Heidelberg., 18(2), 571-578.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00784-013-0982-7
Rengo C, Spagnuolo G, Ametrano G, Juloski J, Rengo S, Ferrari M. Micro-computerized tomographic analysis of premolars restored with oval and circular posts. in Clinical Oral Investigations. 2014;18(2):571-578.
doi:10.1007/s00784-013-0982-7 .
Rengo, Carlo, Spagnuolo, Gianrico, Ametrano, Gianluca, Juloski, Jelena, Rengo, Sandro, Ferrari, Marco, "Micro-computerized tomographic analysis of premolars restored with oval and circular posts" in Clinical Oral Investigations, 18, no. 2 (2014):571-578,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00784-013-0982-7 . .
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Four-year Survival of Endodontically Treated Premolars Restored with Fiber Posts

Juloski, Jelena; Fadda, G. M.; Monticelli, Francesca; Fajo-Pascual, M.; Goracci, Cecilia; Ferrari, Marco

(Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks, 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Fadda, G. M.
AU  - Monticelli, Francesca
AU  - Fajo-Pascual, M.
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2014
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1908
AB  - The objective of this prospective clinical trial was to investigate the influence of the residual coronal structure of endodontically treated teeth and the type of cement used for luting fiber posts on four-year clinical survival. Two groups (n = 60) were defined, depending on the amount of residual coronal dentin after abutment build-up and final preparation: (1) more than 50% of coronal residual structure; and (2) equal to or less than 50% of coronal residual structure. Within each group, teeth were randomly divided into 2 subgroups (n = 30) according to the material used for luting fiber posts: (A) resin core build-up material, Gradia Core; or (B) self-adhesive universal cement GCem Automix. The rate of success was assessed based on clinical and intra-oral radiographic examinations at the follow-up after 6, 12, 24, 36, and 48 months. The highest 48-month success and survival rates were recorded in group 1A (90% and 100%, respectively), whereas teeth in group 2B exhibited the lowest performance (63.3% success rate, 86.6% survival rate). Cox regression analysis revealed that neither the amount of coronal residual structure nor the luting material significantly influenced the failure risk (p > .05).
PB  - Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks
T2  - Journal of Dental Research
T1  - Four-year Survival of Endodontically Treated Premolars Restored with Fiber Posts
VL  - 93
IS  - 7
SP  - 52
EP  - 58
DO  - 10.1177/0022034514527970
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Fadda, G. M. and Monticelli, Francesca and Fajo-Pascual, M. and Goracci, Cecilia and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2014",
abstract = "The objective of this prospective clinical trial was to investigate the influence of the residual coronal structure of endodontically treated teeth and the type of cement used for luting fiber posts on four-year clinical survival. Two groups (n = 60) were defined, depending on the amount of residual coronal dentin after abutment build-up and final preparation: (1) more than 50% of coronal residual structure; and (2) equal to or less than 50% of coronal residual structure. Within each group, teeth were randomly divided into 2 subgroups (n = 30) according to the material used for luting fiber posts: (A) resin core build-up material, Gradia Core; or (B) self-adhesive universal cement GCem Automix. The rate of success was assessed based on clinical and intra-oral radiographic examinations at the follow-up after 6, 12, 24, 36, and 48 months. The highest 48-month success and survival rates were recorded in group 1A (90% and 100%, respectively), whereas teeth in group 2B exhibited the lowest performance (63.3% success rate, 86.6% survival rate). Cox regression analysis revealed that neither the amount of coronal residual structure nor the luting material significantly influenced the failure risk (p > .05).",
publisher = "Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks",
journal = "Journal of Dental Research",
title = "Four-year Survival of Endodontically Treated Premolars Restored with Fiber Posts",
volume = "93",
number = "7",
pages = "52-58",
doi = "10.1177/0022034514527970"
}
Juloski, J., Fadda, G. M., Monticelli, F., Fajo-Pascual, M., Goracci, C.,& Ferrari, M.. (2014). Four-year Survival of Endodontically Treated Premolars Restored with Fiber Posts. in Journal of Dental Research
Sage Publications Inc, Thousand Oaks., 93(7), 52-58.
https://doi.org/10.1177/0022034514527970
Juloski J, Fadda GM, Monticelli F, Fajo-Pascual M, Goracci C, Ferrari M. Four-year Survival of Endodontically Treated Premolars Restored with Fiber Posts. in Journal of Dental Research. 2014;93(7):52-58.
doi:10.1177/0022034514527970 .
Juloski, Jelena, Fadda, G. M., Monticelli, Francesca, Fajo-Pascual, M., Goracci, Cecilia, Ferrari, Marco, "Four-year Survival of Endodontically Treated Premolars Restored with Fiber Posts" in Journal of Dental Research, 93, no. 7 (2014):52-58,
https://doi.org/10.1177/0022034514527970 . .
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Polymerization efficiency and flexural strength of low-stress restorative composites

Goracci, Cecilia; Cadenaro, Milena; Fontanive, Luca; Giangrosso, Giuseppe; Juloski, Jelena; Vichi, Alessandro; Ferrari, Marco

(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Cadenaro, Milena
AU  - Fontanive, Luca
AU  - Giangrosso, Giuseppe
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2014
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1899
AB  - Objectives.To assess depth of cure (DOC), degree of conversion (DC), and flexural strength( FS) of several resin composites with low-stress behavior. Methods. SonicFill (Kerr), SureFil((R)) SDRTM (Dentsply), everX Posterior (GC), Kalore (GC), and Filtek Silorane (3M ESPE) were tested. DOC was measured with the Acetone Shake test. DC was assessed with Fourier Transform Infra-Red spectroscopy on top and at the bottom of 4 mm-thick disk-shaped specimens. Bottom to top ratios of DC percentages were calculated. FS was evaluated with the Three-Point Bending test. DOC, DC, and FS data were statistically analyzed. Results. SureFil((R)) SDRTM and everX Posterior achieved significantly greater DOC than Kalore and Filtek Silorane. Also, SonicFill had significantly greater DOC than Filtek Silorane. Mean top DCs ranged between 71.46% and 52.44%. Kalore and everX Posterior had significantly lower top DCs than the other materials. Mean DC values at 4 mm ranged largely from 57.95% to 6.82%. Kalore and Filtek Silorane had the lowest values of bottom DC and the difference was statistically significant. EverX Posterior and SonicFill recorded significantly higher FSs than the other materials. Significance. SureFil((R)) SDRTM and everX Posterior exhibited DOC over 4 mm, the maximum thickness recommended for bulk placement, while SonicFill recorded DOC values very close to the 4 mm threshold. SonicFill achieved the highest DC at the irradiated surface, as well as at 4 mm depth. SureFil((R)) SDRTM demonstrated similarly uniform curing through the bulk increment. All the tested composites complied with the requirements of FS established by ISO 4049/2009.
PB  - Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Dental Materials
T1  - Polymerization efficiency and flexural strength of low-stress restorative composites
VL  - 30
IS  - 6
SP  - 688
EP  - 694
DO  - 10.1016/j.dental.2014.03.006
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Goracci, Cecilia and Cadenaro, Milena and Fontanive, Luca and Giangrosso, Giuseppe and Juloski, Jelena and Vichi, Alessandro and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2014",
abstract = "Objectives.To assess depth of cure (DOC), degree of conversion (DC), and flexural strength( FS) of several resin composites with low-stress behavior. Methods. SonicFill (Kerr), SureFil((R)) SDRTM (Dentsply), everX Posterior (GC), Kalore (GC), and Filtek Silorane (3M ESPE) were tested. DOC was measured with the Acetone Shake test. DC was assessed with Fourier Transform Infra-Red spectroscopy on top and at the bottom of 4 mm-thick disk-shaped specimens. Bottom to top ratios of DC percentages were calculated. FS was evaluated with the Three-Point Bending test. DOC, DC, and FS data were statistically analyzed. Results. SureFil((R)) SDRTM and everX Posterior achieved significantly greater DOC than Kalore and Filtek Silorane. Also, SonicFill had significantly greater DOC than Filtek Silorane. Mean top DCs ranged between 71.46% and 52.44%. Kalore and everX Posterior had significantly lower top DCs than the other materials. Mean DC values at 4 mm ranged largely from 57.95% to 6.82%. Kalore and Filtek Silorane had the lowest values of bottom DC and the difference was statistically significant. EverX Posterior and SonicFill recorded significantly higher FSs than the other materials. Significance. SureFil((R)) SDRTM and everX Posterior exhibited DOC over 4 mm, the maximum thickness recommended for bulk placement, while SonicFill recorded DOC values very close to the 4 mm threshold. SonicFill achieved the highest DC at the irradiated surface, as well as at 4 mm depth. SureFil((R)) SDRTM demonstrated similarly uniform curing through the bulk increment. All the tested composites complied with the requirements of FS established by ISO 4049/2009.",
publisher = "Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Dental Materials",
title = "Polymerization efficiency and flexural strength of low-stress restorative composites",
volume = "30",
number = "6",
pages = "688-694",
doi = "10.1016/j.dental.2014.03.006"
}
Goracci, C., Cadenaro, M., Fontanive, L., Giangrosso, G., Juloski, J., Vichi, A.,& Ferrari, M.. (2014). Polymerization efficiency and flexural strength of low-stress restorative composites. in Dental Materials
Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford., 30(6), 688-694.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2014.03.006
Goracci C, Cadenaro M, Fontanive L, Giangrosso G, Juloski J, Vichi A, Ferrari M. Polymerization efficiency and flexural strength of low-stress restorative composites. in Dental Materials. 2014;30(6):688-694.
doi:10.1016/j.dental.2014.03.006 .
Goracci, Cecilia, Cadenaro, Milena, Fontanive, Luca, Giangrosso, Giuseppe, Juloski, Jelena, Vichi, Alessandro, Ferrari, Marco, "Polymerization efficiency and flexural strength of low-stress restorative composites" in Dental Materials, 30, no. 6 (2014):688-694,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2014.03.006 . .
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The effect of ferrule height on stress distribution within a tooth restored with fibre posts and ceramic crown: A finite element analysis

Juloski, Jelena; Apicella, Davide; Ferrari, Marco

(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Apicella, Davide
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2014
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1874
AB  - Objectives. To evaluate via finite element analysis the effect of different ferrule heights on stress distribution within each part of a maxillary first premolar (MFP) restored with adhesively luted glass fiber-reinforced resin (GFRR) posts and a ceramic crown. Methods. The solid models consisted of MFP, periodontal ligament and the corresponding alveolar bone process. Four models were created representing different degrees of coronaltissue loss (0 mm, 1 mm, 2 mm and 3 mm of ferrule height). First set of computing runs was performed for in vivo FE-model validation purposes. In the second part, a 200-N force was applied on the buccal cusp directed at 45. to the longitudinal axis of the tooth. Principal stresses values and distribution were recorded within root, abutment, posts, crown and related adhesive interfaces. Results. All FE-models showed similar stress distribution within roots, with highest stress present in the chamfer area. In composite abutments higher stress was observed when no ferrule was present compared to ferruled FE-models. Stress distribution within crown and GFRR posts did not differ among the models. Stress values at the adhesive interfaces decreased with increasing ferrule height. Significance. The stress state at abutment-crown and post-root interfaces was very close to their strength, when ferrule was not present. Similarly, higher ferrule produced more favorable stress distribution at post-abutment and abutment-root interfaces. Endodontically treated teeth with higher ferrule exhibit lower stress at adhesive interfaces that may be expected to lower the probability of clinical failure.
PB  - Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Dental Materials
T1  - The effect of ferrule height on stress distribution within a tooth restored with fibre posts and ceramic crown: A finite element analysis
VL  - 30
IS  - 12
SP  - 1304
EP  - 1315
DO  - 10.1016/j.dental.2014.09.004
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Apicella, Davide and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2014",
abstract = "Objectives. To evaluate via finite element analysis the effect of different ferrule heights on stress distribution within each part of a maxillary first premolar (MFP) restored with adhesively luted glass fiber-reinforced resin (GFRR) posts and a ceramic crown. Methods. The solid models consisted of MFP, periodontal ligament and the corresponding alveolar bone process. Four models were created representing different degrees of coronaltissue loss (0 mm, 1 mm, 2 mm and 3 mm of ferrule height). First set of computing runs was performed for in vivo FE-model validation purposes. In the second part, a 200-N force was applied on the buccal cusp directed at 45. to the longitudinal axis of the tooth. Principal stresses values and distribution were recorded within root, abutment, posts, crown and related adhesive interfaces. Results. All FE-models showed similar stress distribution within roots, with highest stress present in the chamfer area. In composite abutments higher stress was observed when no ferrule was present compared to ferruled FE-models. Stress distribution within crown and GFRR posts did not differ among the models. Stress values at the adhesive interfaces decreased with increasing ferrule height. Significance. The stress state at abutment-crown and post-root interfaces was very close to their strength, when ferrule was not present. Similarly, higher ferrule produced more favorable stress distribution at post-abutment and abutment-root interfaces. Endodontically treated teeth with higher ferrule exhibit lower stress at adhesive interfaces that may be expected to lower the probability of clinical failure.",
publisher = "Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Dental Materials",
title = "The effect of ferrule height on stress distribution within a tooth restored with fibre posts and ceramic crown: A finite element analysis",
volume = "30",
number = "12",
pages = "1304-1315",
doi = "10.1016/j.dental.2014.09.004"
}
Juloski, J., Apicella, D.,& Ferrari, M.. (2014). The effect of ferrule height on stress distribution within a tooth restored with fibre posts and ceramic crown: A finite element analysis. in Dental Materials
Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford., 30(12), 1304-1315.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2014.09.004
Juloski J, Apicella D, Ferrari M. The effect of ferrule height on stress distribution within a tooth restored with fibre posts and ceramic crown: A finite element analysis. in Dental Materials. 2014;30(12):1304-1315.
doi:10.1016/j.dental.2014.09.004 .
Juloski, Jelena, Apicella, Davide, Ferrari, Marco, "The effect of ferrule height on stress distribution within a tooth restored with fibre posts and ceramic crown: A finite element analysis" in Dental Materials, 30, no. 12 (2014):1304-1315,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2014.09.004 . .
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Push-out bond strength of an experimental self-adhesive resin cement

Juloski, Jelena; Fadda, Giovanni M.; Radović, Ivana; Chieffi, Nicoletta; Vulićević, Zoran; Aragoneses, Juan M.; Ferrari, Marco

(Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, 2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Fadda, Giovanni M.
AU  - Radović, Ivana
AU  - Chieffi, Nicoletta
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Aragoneses, Juan M.
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1842
AB  - The adhesion of fiber posts luted with simplified adhesive systems has been a matter of great interest over the past years. The aim of this study was to assess the post retentive potential of experimental self-adhesive resin cement (EXP) when used alone and in combination with a self-etch adhesive. Fiber posts were placed in endodontically treated teeth and divided into four groups (n = 6) according the luting material, as follows: group 1 (EXP alone); group 2 (EXP used with self-etch adhesive); group 3 (marketed dual-cured cement used with self-etch adhesive); and group 4 (marketed self-adhesive cement). The push-out test was used to assess the retentive strength of fiber posts (expressed in MPa), and specimens were analyzed under a stereomicroscope to determine failure mode. The adhesive interface between the cement and root canal dentin for each group was evaluated using scanning electron microscopy. The post retentive potential of group 1 (EXP) (7.48 +/- 4.35 MPa) was comparable with that of marketed cements from group 4 (6.79 +/- 3.68 MPa) and group 3 (8.77 +/- 4.58 MPa). When EXP was used in combination with self-etch adhesive (group 2), significantly higher push-out bond-strength values were measured (15.87 +/- 4.68 MPa) compared with the other groups.
PB  - Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken
T2  - European Journal of Oral Sciences
T1  - Push-out bond strength of an experimental self-adhesive resin cement
VL  - 121
IS  - 1
SP  - 50
EP  - 56
DO  - 10.1111/eos.12005
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Fadda, Giovanni M. and Radović, Ivana and Chieffi, Nicoletta and Vulićević, Zoran and Aragoneses, Juan M. and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2013",
abstract = "The adhesion of fiber posts luted with simplified adhesive systems has been a matter of great interest over the past years. The aim of this study was to assess the post retentive potential of experimental self-adhesive resin cement (EXP) when used alone and in combination with a self-etch adhesive. Fiber posts were placed in endodontically treated teeth and divided into four groups (n = 6) according the luting material, as follows: group 1 (EXP alone); group 2 (EXP used with self-etch adhesive); group 3 (marketed dual-cured cement used with self-etch adhesive); and group 4 (marketed self-adhesive cement). The push-out test was used to assess the retentive strength of fiber posts (expressed in MPa), and specimens were analyzed under a stereomicroscope to determine failure mode. The adhesive interface between the cement and root canal dentin for each group was evaluated using scanning electron microscopy. The post retentive potential of group 1 (EXP) (7.48 +/- 4.35 MPa) was comparable with that of marketed cements from group 4 (6.79 +/- 3.68 MPa) and group 3 (8.77 +/- 4.58 MPa). When EXP was used in combination with self-etch adhesive (group 2), significantly higher push-out bond-strength values were measured (15.87 +/- 4.68 MPa) compared with the other groups.",
publisher = "Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken",
journal = "European Journal of Oral Sciences",
title = "Push-out bond strength of an experimental self-adhesive resin cement",
volume = "121",
number = "1",
pages = "50-56",
doi = "10.1111/eos.12005"
}
Juloski, J., Fadda, G. M., Radović, I., Chieffi, N., Vulićević, Z., Aragoneses, J. M.,& Ferrari, M.. (2013). Push-out bond strength of an experimental self-adhesive resin cement. in European Journal of Oral Sciences
Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken., 121(1), 50-56.
https://doi.org/10.1111/eos.12005
Juloski J, Fadda GM, Radović I, Chieffi N, Vulićević Z, Aragoneses JM, Ferrari M. Push-out bond strength of an experimental self-adhesive resin cement. in European Journal of Oral Sciences. 2013;121(1):50-56.
doi:10.1111/eos.12005 .
Juloski, Jelena, Fadda, Giovanni M., Radović, Ivana, Chieffi, Nicoletta, Vulićević, Zoran, Aragoneses, Juan M., Ferrari, Marco, "Push-out bond strength of an experimental self-adhesive resin cement" in European Journal of Oral Sciences, 121, no. 1 (2013):50-56,
https://doi.org/10.1111/eos.12005 . .
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Shear Bond Strength to Enamel and Flexural Strength of Different Fiber-reinforced Composites

Juloski, Jelena; Beloica, Miloš; Goracci, Cecilia; Chieffi, Nicoletta; Giovannetti, Agostino; Vichi, Alessandro; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park, 2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Beloica, Miloš
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Chieffi, Nicoletta
AU  - Giovannetti, Agostino
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1835
AB  - Purpose: To assess the shear bond strength to unground human enamel (ESBS) and flexural strength (FS) of different reinforcing fibers used in combination with a flowable composite resin. Materials and Methods: For ESBS testing, 90 human molars were selected and randomly divided into 9 groups (n = 10) according to the reinforcing fiber to be tested: 1. RTD Quartz Splint additionally impregnated at chair-side with Quartz Splint Resin (RTD); 2. RTD Quartz Splint without additional impregnation; 3. Ribbond- THM (Ribbond) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 4: Ribbond Triaxial (Ribbond) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 5. Connect (Kerr) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 6. Construct (Kerr) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 7. everStick PERIO (Stick Tech); 8. everStick C&B (Stick Tech); 9. nonreinforced composite Premise flowable (Kerr). Cylinders of flowable composite reinforced with the fibers were bonded to the intact buccal surface of the teeth. After 24 h of storage, shear loading was performed until failure occurred. FS was assessed performing three- point bending test according to ISO Standard 4049/2000. ESBS and FS data were analyzed using one- way ANOVA, followed by Tukey's HSD test for post- hoc comparisons (p  lt  0.05). Results: For each group, the ESBS and FS, respectively, in MPa were: 1. 17.07 +/- 4.52 and 472.69 +/- 30.49; 2. 14.98 +/- 3.92 and 441.77 +/- 61.43; 3. 18.59 +/- 5.67 and 186.89 +/- 43.89; 4. 16.74 +/- 6.27 and 314.41 +/- 148.52; 5. 14.38 +/- 4.14 and 223.80 +/- 77.35; 6. 16.00 +/- 5.55 and 287.62 +/- 85.91; 7. 16.42 +/- 3.67 and 285.35 +/- 39.68; 8. 23.24 +/- 5.81 and 370.46 +/- 29.26; 9. 12.58 +/- 4.76 and 87.75 +/- 22.87. For most fibers, no significant difference in ESBS was found compared to the control group, except for everStick C&B, which yielded higher ESBS. Nonreinforced composite exhibited the lowest FS, while all fibers positively affected the FS. Conclusions: Fiber reinforcement of flowable composite does not affect its ESBS. The flexural strength of FRCs is significantly influenced by fiber composition and pattern.
PB  - Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park
T2  - Journal of Adhesive Dentistry
T1  - Shear Bond Strength to Enamel and Flexural Strength of Different Fiber-reinforced Composites
VL  - 15
IS  - 2
SP  - 123
EP  - 130
DO  - 10.3290/j.jad.a28362
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Beloica, Miloš and Goracci, Cecilia and Chieffi, Nicoletta and Giovannetti, Agostino and Vichi, Alessandro and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Purpose: To assess the shear bond strength to unground human enamel (ESBS) and flexural strength (FS) of different reinforcing fibers used in combination with a flowable composite resin. Materials and Methods: For ESBS testing, 90 human molars were selected and randomly divided into 9 groups (n = 10) according to the reinforcing fiber to be tested: 1. RTD Quartz Splint additionally impregnated at chair-side with Quartz Splint Resin (RTD); 2. RTD Quartz Splint without additional impregnation; 3. Ribbond- THM (Ribbond) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 4: Ribbond Triaxial (Ribbond) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 5. Connect (Kerr) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 6. Construct (Kerr) impregnated with OptiBond FL Adhesive; 7. everStick PERIO (Stick Tech); 8. everStick C&B (Stick Tech); 9. nonreinforced composite Premise flowable (Kerr). Cylinders of flowable composite reinforced with the fibers were bonded to the intact buccal surface of the teeth. After 24 h of storage, shear loading was performed until failure occurred. FS was assessed performing three- point bending test according to ISO Standard 4049/2000. ESBS and FS data were analyzed using one- way ANOVA, followed by Tukey's HSD test for post- hoc comparisons (p  lt  0.05). Results: For each group, the ESBS and FS, respectively, in MPa were: 1. 17.07 +/- 4.52 and 472.69 +/- 30.49; 2. 14.98 +/- 3.92 and 441.77 +/- 61.43; 3. 18.59 +/- 5.67 and 186.89 +/- 43.89; 4. 16.74 +/- 6.27 and 314.41 +/- 148.52; 5. 14.38 +/- 4.14 and 223.80 +/- 77.35; 6. 16.00 +/- 5.55 and 287.62 +/- 85.91; 7. 16.42 +/- 3.67 and 285.35 +/- 39.68; 8. 23.24 +/- 5.81 and 370.46 +/- 29.26; 9. 12.58 +/- 4.76 and 87.75 +/- 22.87. For most fibers, no significant difference in ESBS was found compared to the control group, except for everStick C&B, which yielded higher ESBS. Nonreinforced composite exhibited the lowest FS, while all fibers positively affected the FS. Conclusions: Fiber reinforcement of flowable composite does not affect its ESBS. The flexural strength of FRCs is significantly influenced by fiber composition and pattern.",
publisher = "Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park",
journal = "Journal of Adhesive Dentistry",
title = "Shear Bond Strength to Enamel and Flexural Strength of Different Fiber-reinforced Composites",
volume = "15",
number = "2",
pages = "123-130",
doi = "10.3290/j.jad.a28362"
}
Juloski, J., Beloica, M., Goracci, C., Chieffi, N., Giovannetti, A., Vichi, A., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2013). Shear Bond Strength to Enamel and Flexural Strength of Different Fiber-reinforced Composites. in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry
Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park., 15(2), 123-130.
https://doi.org/10.3290/j.jad.a28362
Juloski J, Beloica M, Goracci C, Chieffi N, Giovannetti A, Vichi A, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Shear Bond Strength to Enamel and Flexural Strength of Different Fiber-reinforced Composites. in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry. 2013;15(2):123-130.
doi:10.3290/j.jad.a28362 .
Juloski, Jelena, Beloica, Miloš, Goracci, Cecilia, Chieffi, Nicoletta, Giovannetti, Agostino, Vichi, Alessandro, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Shear Bond Strength to Enamel and Flexural Strength of Different Fiber-reinforced Composites" in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry, 15, no. 2 (2013):123-130,
https://doi.org/10.3290/j.jad.a28362 . .
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Post-retentive ability of new flowable resin composites

Juloski, Jelena; Goracci, Cecilia; Radović, Ivana; Chieffi, Nicoleita; Vichi, Alessandro; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Radović, Ivana
AU  - Chieffi, Nicoleita
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1825
AB  - Purpose: To investigate the applicability of flowable composites as post luting agents by assessing the push-out strength of posts. Methods: 36 intact single rooted human premolars were selected. The endodontic treatment was performed and half of the specimens were restored with light transmitting posts (DT Light Post Illusion) and the other half with opaque posts (Tech 21 X-OP). In both groups the following combinations of adhesive/cement were tested: OptiBond Solo Plus/Nexus Third Generation (NX3), XP Bond/SureFil SDR Flow (SDR), and Vertise Flow (VF). Push-out test was used to assess the retentive strength of fiber posts, which was expressed in megapascals (MPa). Specimens were analyzed under a stereomicroscope to determine failure mode (adhesive between luting agent and post, adhesive between luting agent and dentin or mixed failure). Push-out data and failure mode distribution were analyzed by two-way ANOVA and Chi-square test, respectively (P lt  0.05). Results: The statistical analysis revealed that only the type of luting material significantly influenced push-out bond strength of the post (P lt  0.001). SDR (9.00 +/- 2.17 MLPa) performed similarly to the control group NX3 (7.15 +/- 1.74 MPa), while VF (4.81 +/- 1.51 MPa) should significantly lower bond strength. Failure modes differed significantly among groups.
T2  - American Journal of Dentistry
T1  - Post-retentive ability of new flowable resin composites
VL  - 26
IS  - 6
SP  - 324
EP  - 328
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1825
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Goracci, Cecilia and Radović, Ivana and Chieffi, Nicoleita and Vichi, Alessandro and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Purpose: To investigate the applicability of flowable composites as post luting agents by assessing the push-out strength of posts. Methods: 36 intact single rooted human premolars were selected. The endodontic treatment was performed and half of the specimens were restored with light transmitting posts (DT Light Post Illusion) and the other half with opaque posts (Tech 21 X-OP). In both groups the following combinations of adhesive/cement were tested: OptiBond Solo Plus/Nexus Third Generation (NX3), XP Bond/SureFil SDR Flow (SDR), and Vertise Flow (VF). Push-out test was used to assess the retentive strength of fiber posts, which was expressed in megapascals (MPa). Specimens were analyzed under a stereomicroscope to determine failure mode (adhesive between luting agent and post, adhesive between luting agent and dentin or mixed failure). Push-out data and failure mode distribution were analyzed by two-way ANOVA and Chi-square test, respectively (P lt  0.05). Results: The statistical analysis revealed that only the type of luting material significantly influenced push-out bond strength of the post (P lt  0.001). SDR (9.00 +/- 2.17 MLPa) performed similarly to the control group NX3 (7.15 +/- 1.74 MPa), while VF (4.81 +/- 1.51 MPa) should significantly lower bond strength. Failure modes differed significantly among groups.",
journal = "American Journal of Dentistry",
title = "Post-retentive ability of new flowable resin composites",
volume = "26",
number = "6",
pages = "324-328",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1825"
}
Juloski, J., Goracci, C., Radović, I., Chieffi, N., Vichi, A., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2013). Post-retentive ability of new flowable resin composites. in American Journal of Dentistry, 26(6), 324-328.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1825
Juloski J, Goracci C, Radović I, Chieffi N, Vichi A, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Post-retentive ability of new flowable resin composites. in American Journal of Dentistry. 2013;26(6):324-328.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1825 .
Juloski, Jelena, Goracci, Cecilia, Radović, Ivana, Chieffi, Nicoleita, Vichi, Alessandro, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Post-retentive ability of new flowable resin composites" in American Journal of Dentistry, 26, no. 6 (2013):324-328,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1825 .
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Influence of selective enamel etching on the bonding effectiveness of a new 'all-in-one' adhesive

Goracci, Cecilia; Rengo, Carlo; Eusepi, Leonardo; Juloski, Jelena; Vichi, Alessandro; Ferrari, Marco

(2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Rengo, Carlo
AU  - Eusepi, Leonardo
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1821
AB  - Purpose: To evaluate in vitro the all-in-one adhesive G-Bond Plus/G-aenial Bond (GBP), used according to the selective enamel etching (SEE) technique, compared to Optibond FL, an etch-and-rinse adhesive tested as control (C). Methods: 133 molars provided specimens for enamel and dentin shear bond strength (SBS) testing, microleakage measurements in class 5 restorations, and scanning electron microscope observations of demineralization patterns produced by GBP and 37% phosphoric acid (PA). Results: On enamel: C displayed the highest SBS. PA etching significantly increased enamel SBS of GBP. No statistically significant difference in SBS was noted among the bonding procedures on dentin. On both substrates, C revealed the most satisfactory seal. PA pre-etching did not significantly affect the sealing ability of GBP on either substrate.
T2  - American Journal of Dentistry
T1  - Influence of selective enamel etching on the bonding effectiveness of a new 'all-in-one' adhesive
VL  - 26
IS  - 2
SP  - 99
EP  - 104
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1821
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Goracci, Cecilia and Rengo, Carlo and Eusepi, Leonardo and Juloski, Jelena and Vichi, Alessandro and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Purpose: To evaluate in vitro the all-in-one adhesive G-Bond Plus/G-aenial Bond (GBP), used according to the selective enamel etching (SEE) technique, compared to Optibond FL, an etch-and-rinse adhesive tested as control (C). Methods: 133 molars provided specimens for enamel and dentin shear bond strength (SBS) testing, microleakage measurements in class 5 restorations, and scanning electron microscope observations of demineralization patterns produced by GBP and 37% phosphoric acid (PA). Results: On enamel: C displayed the highest SBS. PA etching significantly increased enamel SBS of GBP. No statistically significant difference in SBS was noted among the bonding procedures on dentin. On both substrates, C revealed the most satisfactory seal. PA pre-etching did not significantly affect the sealing ability of GBP on either substrate.",
journal = "American Journal of Dentistry",
title = "Influence of selective enamel etching on the bonding effectiveness of a new 'all-in-one' adhesive",
volume = "26",
number = "2",
pages = "99-104",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1821"
}
Goracci, C., Rengo, C., Eusepi, L., Juloski, J., Vichi, A.,& Ferrari, M.. (2013). Influence of selective enamel etching on the bonding effectiveness of a new 'all-in-one' adhesive. in American Journal of Dentistry, 26(2), 99-104.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1821
Goracci C, Rengo C, Eusepi L, Juloski J, Vichi A, Ferrari M. Influence of selective enamel etching on the bonding effectiveness of a new 'all-in-one' adhesive. in American Journal of Dentistry. 2013;26(2):99-104.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1821 .
Goracci, Cecilia, Rengo, Carlo, Eusepi, Leonardo, Juloski, Jelena, Vichi, Alessandro, Ferrari, Marco, "Influence of selective enamel etching on the bonding effectiveness of a new 'all-in-one' adhesive" in American Journal of Dentistry, 26, no. 2 (2013):99-104,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1821 .
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Microleakage of Class II restorations and microtensile bond strength to dentin of low-shrinkage composites

Juloski, Jelena; Carrabba, Michele; Manuel Aragoneses, Juan; Forner, Leopoldo; Vichi, Alessandro; Ferrari, Marco

(2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Carrabba, Michele
AU  - Manuel Aragoneses, Juan
AU  - Forner, Leopoldo
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1820
AB  - Purpose: To evaluate the microleakage of Class II cavities restored with experimental low-shrinking resin composites proposed for bulk filling and to measure their microtensile bond strength (mu TBS) to dentin and compare to those of previously marketed low-shrinkage composites. Methods: Class II cavities (7 mm occluso-gingival height, 2 mm mesio-distal depth of the box, 4 mm occlusal depth, 4 mm bucco-lingual width) were prepared in 50 molars and randomly divided into five groups (n=10), according to the material: SureFil SDR flow (SDR), Filtek Silorane (FS) and experimental materials (G-aenial Flo bulk fill, GF; G-aenial Universal Flo bulk fill, GUF; GC Kalore bulk fill, GK). Microleakage was separately assessed at enamel and dentin margins by scoring the depth of silver-nitrate penetration. Twenty teeth divided into five groups (n= 4) were selected for mu TBS testing. The same materials as for microleakage assessment were placed in bulk to mid-coronal dentin. Microtensile beams were loaded in tension, and mu TBS at failure was calculated in MPa. Microleakage and mu TBS data were analyzed by ANOVA on ranks, followed Dunn's post hoc test (P lt  0.05). Results: Microleakage was not observed at the enamel interface in any of the groups. At the dentin interface, SDR recorded significantly higher microleakage than the other materials. mu TBS of GF, GUF and GK did not differ among each other (33 +/- 12 MPa, 31 +/- 11 MPa, 30 +/- 9 MPa, respectively), while SDR (63 +/- 17 MPa) and FS (55 +/- 17MPa) achieved significantly higher mu TBS values. No direct association between the sealing properties and the bond strength values was observed.
T2  - American Journal of Dentistry
T1  - Microleakage of Class II restorations and microtensile bond strength to dentin of low-shrinkage composites
VL  - 26
IS  - 5
SP  - 271
EP  - 277
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1820
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Carrabba, Michele and Manuel Aragoneses, Juan and Forner, Leopoldo and Vichi, Alessandro and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Purpose: To evaluate the microleakage of Class II cavities restored with experimental low-shrinking resin composites proposed for bulk filling and to measure their microtensile bond strength (mu TBS) to dentin and compare to those of previously marketed low-shrinkage composites. Methods: Class II cavities (7 mm occluso-gingival height, 2 mm mesio-distal depth of the box, 4 mm occlusal depth, 4 mm bucco-lingual width) were prepared in 50 molars and randomly divided into five groups (n=10), according to the material: SureFil SDR flow (SDR), Filtek Silorane (FS) and experimental materials (G-aenial Flo bulk fill, GF; G-aenial Universal Flo bulk fill, GUF; GC Kalore bulk fill, GK). Microleakage was separately assessed at enamel and dentin margins by scoring the depth of silver-nitrate penetration. Twenty teeth divided into five groups (n= 4) were selected for mu TBS testing. The same materials as for microleakage assessment were placed in bulk to mid-coronal dentin. Microtensile beams were loaded in tension, and mu TBS at failure was calculated in MPa. Microleakage and mu TBS data were analyzed by ANOVA on ranks, followed Dunn's post hoc test (P lt  0.05). Results: Microleakage was not observed at the enamel interface in any of the groups. At the dentin interface, SDR recorded significantly higher microleakage than the other materials. mu TBS of GF, GUF and GK did not differ among each other (33 +/- 12 MPa, 31 +/- 11 MPa, 30 +/- 9 MPa, respectively), while SDR (63 +/- 17 MPa) and FS (55 +/- 17MPa) achieved significantly higher mu TBS values. No direct association between the sealing properties and the bond strength values was observed.",
journal = "American Journal of Dentistry",
title = "Microleakage of Class II restorations and microtensile bond strength to dentin of low-shrinkage composites",
volume = "26",
number = "5",
pages = "271-277",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1820"
}
Juloski, J., Carrabba, M., Manuel Aragoneses, J., Forner, L., Vichi, A.,& Ferrari, M.. (2013). Microleakage of Class II restorations and microtensile bond strength to dentin of low-shrinkage composites. in American Journal of Dentistry, 26(5), 271-277.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1820
Juloski J, Carrabba M, Manuel Aragoneses J, Forner L, Vichi A, Ferrari M. Microleakage of Class II restorations and microtensile bond strength to dentin of low-shrinkage composites. in American Journal of Dentistry. 2013;26(5):271-277.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1820 .
Juloski, Jelena, Carrabba, Michele, Manuel Aragoneses, Juan, Forner, Leopoldo, Vichi, Alessandro, Ferrari, Marco, "Microleakage of Class II restorations and microtensile bond strength to dentin of low-shrinkage composites" in American Journal of Dentistry, 26, no. 5 (2013):271-277,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1820 .
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Influence of phosphoric acid etching on microleakage of a self-etch adhesive and a self-adhering composite

Rengo, Carlo; Goracci, Cecilia; Juloski, Jelena; Chieffi, Nicoleita; Giovannetti, Agostino; Vichi, Alessandro; Ferrari, Marco

(Wiley, Hoboken, 2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Rengo, Carlo
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Chieffi, Nicoleita
AU  - Giovannetti, Agostino
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2012
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1738
AB  - Background: The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of preliminary phosphoric acid etching on the microleakage of a self-adhering flowable composite and a self-etch adhesive used in combination with the proprietary flowable composite. Methods: Standard Class V cavities were prepared on the buccal side of 20 extracted sound human molars. Specimens were randomly divided into five groups: (1) Gel Etchant/Optibond FL/Premise Flowable; (2) Vertise Flow; (3) Optibond XTR/Premise Flowable; (4) Gel Etchant/Vertise Flow; and (5) Gel Etchant/Optibond XTR/Premise Flowable (Kerr). The interfacial sealing ability of the materials was evaluated by scoring the depth of silver nitrate penetration and through scanning electron microscopy observations. Differences in leakage at either the enamel or the dentine interface were evaluated for statistical significance (KruskalWallis ANOVA, MannWhitney U test, p  lt  0.05). Results: At the enamel interface, no significant differences were found among the materials. On dentine, Gel Etchant/Vertise Flow had the highest leakage scores and the difference was statistically significant (p  lt  0.05). Conclusions: The early sealing ability of the self-adhering flowable composite and the self-etch adhesive in Class V restorations did not significantly benefit from selective enamel etching. Preliminary phosphoric acid etching of dentine negatively affected the quality of the seal when using the adhesive-free flowable composite.
PB  - Wiley, Hoboken
T2  - Australian Dental Journal
T1  - Influence of phosphoric acid etching on microleakage of a self-etch adhesive and a self-adhering composite
VL  - 57
IS  - 2
SP  - 220
EP  - 226
DO  - 10.1111/j.1834-7819.2012.01689.x
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Rengo, Carlo and Goracci, Cecilia and Juloski, Jelena and Chieffi, Nicoleita and Giovannetti, Agostino and Vichi, Alessandro and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2012",
abstract = "Background: The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of preliminary phosphoric acid etching on the microleakage of a self-adhering flowable composite and a self-etch adhesive used in combination with the proprietary flowable composite. Methods: Standard Class V cavities were prepared on the buccal side of 20 extracted sound human molars. Specimens were randomly divided into five groups: (1) Gel Etchant/Optibond FL/Premise Flowable; (2) Vertise Flow; (3) Optibond XTR/Premise Flowable; (4) Gel Etchant/Vertise Flow; and (5) Gel Etchant/Optibond XTR/Premise Flowable (Kerr). The interfacial sealing ability of the materials was evaluated by scoring the depth of silver nitrate penetration and through scanning electron microscopy observations. Differences in leakage at either the enamel or the dentine interface were evaluated for statistical significance (KruskalWallis ANOVA, MannWhitney U test, p  lt  0.05). Results: At the enamel interface, no significant differences were found among the materials. On dentine, Gel Etchant/Vertise Flow had the highest leakage scores and the difference was statistically significant (p  lt  0.05). Conclusions: The early sealing ability of the self-adhering flowable composite and the self-etch adhesive in Class V restorations did not significantly benefit from selective enamel etching. Preliminary phosphoric acid etching of dentine negatively affected the quality of the seal when using the adhesive-free flowable composite.",
publisher = "Wiley, Hoboken",
journal = "Australian Dental Journal",
title = "Influence of phosphoric acid etching on microleakage of a self-etch adhesive and a self-adhering composite",
volume = "57",
number = "2",
pages = "220-226",
doi = "10.1111/j.1834-7819.2012.01689.x"
}
Rengo, C., Goracci, C., Juloski, J., Chieffi, N., Giovannetti, A., Vichi, A.,& Ferrari, M.. (2012). Influence of phosphoric acid etching on microleakage of a self-etch adhesive and a self-adhering composite. in Australian Dental Journal
Wiley, Hoboken., 57(2), 220-226.
https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1834-7819.2012.01689.x
Rengo C, Goracci C, Juloski J, Chieffi N, Giovannetti A, Vichi A, Ferrari M. Influence of phosphoric acid etching on microleakage of a self-etch adhesive and a self-adhering composite. in Australian Dental Journal. 2012;57(2):220-226.
doi:10.1111/j.1834-7819.2012.01689.x .
Rengo, Carlo, Goracci, Cecilia, Juloski, Jelena, Chieffi, Nicoleita, Giovannetti, Agostino, Vichi, Alessandro, Ferrari, Marco, "Influence of phosphoric acid etching on microleakage of a self-etch adhesive and a self-adhering composite" in Australian Dental Journal, 57, no. 2 (2012):220-226,
https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1834-7819.2012.01689.x . .
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48

Ferrule Effect: A Literature Review

Juloski, Jelena; Radović, Ivana; Goracci, Cecilia; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(Elsevier Science Inc, New York, 2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Radović, Ivana
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2012
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1695
AB  - Introduction: Preserving intact coronal and radicular tooth structure, especially maintaining cervical tissue to create a ferrule effect, is considered to be crucial for the optimal biomechanical behavior of restored teeth. The ferrule effect has been extensively studied and still remains controversial from many perspectives. The purpose of this study was to summarize the results of research conducted on different issues related to the ferrule effect and published in peer-reviewed journals listed in PubMed. Methods: The search was conducted using the following key words: "ferrule" and "ferrule effect" alone or in combination with "literature review," "fracture resistance," "fatigue," "finite element analysis," and "clinical trials." Results: The findings from reviewed articles were categorized into three main categories: laboratory studies, computer simulation, and clinical trials. Laboratory studies were further classified into subchapters based on the main aspect investigated in relation to the ferrule effect. Conclusions: The presence of a 1.5- to 2-mm ferrule has a positive effect on fracture resistance of endodontically treated teeth. If the clinical situation does not permit a circumferential ferrule, an incomplete ferrule is considered a better option than a complete lack of ferrule. Including a ferrule in preparation design could lead to more favorable fracture patters. Providing an adequate ferrule lowers the impact of the post and core system, luting agents, and the final restoration on tooth performance. In teeth with no coronal structure, in order to provide a ferrule, orthodontic extrusion should be considered rather than surgical crown lengthening. If neither of the alternative methods for providing a ferrule can be performed, available evidence suggests that a poor clinical outcome is very likely. (J Endod 2012;38:11-19)
PB  - Elsevier Science Inc, New York
T2  - Journal of Endodontics
T1  - Ferrule Effect: A Literature Review
VL  - 38
IS  - 1
SP  - 11
EP  - 19
DO  - 10.1016/j.joen.2011.09.024
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Radović, Ivana and Goracci, Cecilia and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2012",
abstract = "Introduction: Preserving intact coronal and radicular tooth structure, especially maintaining cervical tissue to create a ferrule effect, is considered to be crucial for the optimal biomechanical behavior of restored teeth. The ferrule effect has been extensively studied and still remains controversial from many perspectives. The purpose of this study was to summarize the results of research conducted on different issues related to the ferrule effect and published in peer-reviewed journals listed in PubMed. Methods: The search was conducted using the following key words: "ferrule" and "ferrule effect" alone or in combination with "literature review," "fracture resistance," "fatigue," "finite element analysis," and "clinical trials." Results: The findings from reviewed articles were categorized into three main categories: laboratory studies, computer simulation, and clinical trials. Laboratory studies were further classified into subchapters based on the main aspect investigated in relation to the ferrule effect. Conclusions: The presence of a 1.5- to 2-mm ferrule has a positive effect on fracture resistance of endodontically treated teeth. If the clinical situation does not permit a circumferential ferrule, an incomplete ferrule is considered a better option than a complete lack of ferrule. Including a ferrule in preparation design could lead to more favorable fracture patters. Providing an adequate ferrule lowers the impact of the post and core system, luting agents, and the final restoration on tooth performance. In teeth with no coronal structure, in order to provide a ferrule, orthodontic extrusion should be considered rather than surgical crown lengthening. If neither of the alternative methods for providing a ferrule can be performed, available evidence suggests that a poor clinical outcome is very likely. (J Endod 2012;38:11-19)",
publisher = "Elsevier Science Inc, New York",
journal = "Journal of Endodontics",
title = "Ferrule Effect: A Literature Review",
volume = "38",
number = "1",
pages = "11-19",
doi = "10.1016/j.joen.2011.09.024"
}
Juloski, J., Radović, I., Goracci, C., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2012). Ferrule Effect: A Literature Review. in Journal of Endodontics
Elsevier Science Inc, New York., 38(1), 11-19.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joen.2011.09.024
Juloski J, Radović I, Goracci C, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Ferrule Effect: A Literature Review. in Journal of Endodontics. 2012;38(1):11-19.
doi:10.1016/j.joen.2011.09.024 .
Juloski, Jelena, Radović, Ivana, Goracci, Cecilia, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Ferrule Effect: A Literature Review" in Journal of Endodontics, 38, no. 1 (2012):11-19,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.joen.2011.09.024 . .
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Enamel and dentin bond strength of new simplified adhesive materials with and without preliminary phosphoric acid-etching

Juloski, Jelena; Goracci, Cecilia; Rengo, Carlo; Giovannetti, Agostino; Vichi, Alessandro; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Rengo, Carlo
AU  - Giovannetti, Agostino
AU  - Vichi, Alessandro
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2012
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1693
AB  - Purpose: To assess the influence of preliminary phosphoric acid-etching on shear bond strength (SBS) to enamel and dentin of a self-adhering restorative composite and of a new self-etch adhesive used in combination with the proprietary flowable composite. Methods: 100 human molars were selected. SBS was assessed on flat buccal enamel surfaces and mid-coronal dentin. Teeth from each group were divided into five subgroups (n=10): (1) FL: etch-and-rinse adhesive OptiBond FL/Premise flowable; (2) XTR: 2-step self-etch adhesive OptiBond XTR/Premise flowable; (3) eXTR: OptiBond XTR on etched substrates/Premise flowable; (4) VF: self-adhering flowable composite Vertise Flow; (5) eVF: Vertise Flow on etched substrates. Specimens were stressed in shear until failure. Failure modes were evaluated under a stereomicroscope. Data were analyzed by two-way ANOVA and Fisher's exact test (P lt  0.05). Results: Dental substrate, material and between-factor interaction significantly influenced SBS (MPa). In FL group (16.83 +/- 2.93) significantly higher SBS to enamel than in the other groups (XTR 8.59 +/- 4.39; eXTR 7.04 +/- 3.63; VF 6.61 +/- 2,41; eVF 9.87 +/- 4.24) was measured. On dentin FL (8.15 +/- 3.88) performed similarly to XTR (10.60 +/- 5.0), eXTR (9.60 +/- 4.91) and eVF (5.48 +/- 4.94); VF recorded significantly lower SBS (2.94 +/- 2.79 MPa). Failure modes differed significantly among groups. (Am J Dent 2012;25:239-243).
T2  - American Journal of Dentistry
T1  - Enamel and dentin bond strength of new simplified adhesive materials with and without preliminary phosphoric acid-etching
VL  - 25
IS  - 4
SP  - 239
EP  - 243
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1693
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Juloski, Jelena and Goracci, Cecilia and Rengo, Carlo and Giovannetti, Agostino and Vichi, Alessandro and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2012",
abstract = "Purpose: To assess the influence of preliminary phosphoric acid-etching on shear bond strength (SBS) to enamel and dentin of a self-adhering restorative composite and of a new self-etch adhesive used in combination with the proprietary flowable composite. Methods: 100 human molars were selected. SBS was assessed on flat buccal enamel surfaces and mid-coronal dentin. Teeth from each group were divided into five subgroups (n=10): (1) FL: etch-and-rinse adhesive OptiBond FL/Premise flowable; (2) XTR: 2-step self-etch adhesive OptiBond XTR/Premise flowable; (3) eXTR: OptiBond XTR on etched substrates/Premise flowable; (4) VF: self-adhering flowable composite Vertise Flow; (5) eVF: Vertise Flow on etched substrates. Specimens were stressed in shear until failure. Failure modes were evaluated under a stereomicroscope. Data were analyzed by two-way ANOVA and Fisher's exact test (P lt  0.05). Results: Dental substrate, material and between-factor interaction significantly influenced SBS (MPa). In FL group (16.83 +/- 2.93) significantly higher SBS to enamel than in the other groups (XTR 8.59 +/- 4.39; eXTR 7.04 +/- 3.63; VF 6.61 +/- 2,41; eVF 9.87 +/- 4.24) was measured. On dentin FL (8.15 +/- 3.88) performed similarly to XTR (10.60 +/- 5.0), eXTR (9.60 +/- 4.91) and eVF (5.48 +/- 4.94); VF recorded significantly lower SBS (2.94 +/- 2.79 MPa). Failure modes differed significantly among groups. (Am J Dent 2012;25:239-243).",
journal = "American Journal of Dentistry",
title = "Enamel and dentin bond strength of new simplified adhesive materials with and without preliminary phosphoric acid-etching",
volume = "25",
number = "4",
pages = "239-243",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1693"
}
Juloski, J., Goracci, C., Rengo, C., Giovannetti, A., Vichi, A., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2012). Enamel and dentin bond strength of new simplified adhesive materials with and without preliminary phosphoric acid-etching. in American Journal of Dentistry, 25(4), 239-243.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1693
Juloski J, Goracci C, Rengo C, Giovannetti A, Vichi A, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Enamel and dentin bond strength of new simplified adhesive materials with and without preliminary phosphoric acid-etching. in American Journal of Dentistry. 2012;25(4):239-243.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1693 .
Juloski, Jelena, Goracci, Cecilia, Rengo, Carlo, Giovannetti, Agostino, Vichi, Alessandro, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Enamel and dentin bond strength of new simplified adhesive materials with and without preliminary phosphoric acid-etching" in American Journal of Dentistry, 25, no. 4 (2012):239-243,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1693 .
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Microtensile bond strength evaluation of self-adhesive resin cement to zirconia ceramic after different pre-treatments

Casucci, Alessi; Goracci, Cecilia; Chieffi, Nicoletta; Monticelli, Francesca; Giovannetti, Agostino; Juloski, Jelena; Ferrari, Marco

(2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Casucci, Alessi
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Chieffi, Nicoletta
AU  - Monticelli, Francesca
AU  - Giovannetti, Agostino
AU  - Juloski, Jelena
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2012
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1689
AB  - Purpose: To evaluate the influence of different surface treatments and metal primer application on bond strength of zirconia ceramic to a self-adhesive resin cement. Methods: 40 cylinder-shaped (empty set 12 x 5.25 mm high) of zirconia ceramic (Aadva Zirconia) were randomly divided into four groups (n= 10), based on the surface treatment to be performed: (1) Sandblasting with 125 mu m Al2O3 particles (S) (positive control); (2) Selective infiltration etching (SIE); (3) Experimental heated etching solution applied for 30 minutes (ST); (4) No treatment (C). Half of the zirconia specimens of each group received the application of Metal Primer II. Eight disks for each group were luted using a self-adhesive resin cement (G-Cem Automix) to composite overlays (Paradigm MZ100). After 24-hour storage (37 degrees C, 100% RH) bonded specimens were cut into microtensile sticks and loaded in tension until failure. Data were analyzed with two-way ANOVA and Games-Howell (P lt  0.05). Failure mode distribution was recorded and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was used to examine the fractured microbars. The remaining cylinders of each group (n= 2) were used for SEM surface analysis. Results: Both surface treatments and Metal Primer IT application improved bond strength values (P lt  0.05). When Metal Primer II was not applied ST treatment achieved highest bond strength values (22.17 +/- 10.37 MPa). Sandblasting in combination with Metal Primer II enhanced bond strength values compared to the other groups (23.46 +/- 11.19 MPa). (Am J Dent 2012;25;269-275).
T2  - American Journal of Dentistry
T1  - Microtensile bond strength evaluation of self-adhesive resin cement to zirconia ceramic after different pre-treatments
VL  - 25
IS  - 5
SP  - 269
EP  - 275
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1689
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Casucci, Alessi and Goracci, Cecilia and Chieffi, Nicoletta and Monticelli, Francesca and Giovannetti, Agostino and Juloski, Jelena and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2012",
abstract = "Purpose: To evaluate the influence of different surface treatments and metal primer application on bond strength of zirconia ceramic to a self-adhesive resin cement. Methods: 40 cylinder-shaped (empty set 12 x 5.25 mm high) of zirconia ceramic (Aadva Zirconia) were randomly divided into four groups (n= 10), based on the surface treatment to be performed: (1) Sandblasting with 125 mu m Al2O3 particles (S) (positive control); (2) Selective infiltration etching (SIE); (3) Experimental heated etching solution applied for 30 minutes (ST); (4) No treatment (C). Half of the zirconia specimens of each group received the application of Metal Primer II. Eight disks for each group were luted using a self-adhesive resin cement (G-Cem Automix) to composite overlays (Paradigm MZ100). After 24-hour storage (37 degrees C, 100% RH) bonded specimens were cut into microtensile sticks and loaded in tension until failure. Data were analyzed with two-way ANOVA and Games-Howell (P lt  0.05). Failure mode distribution was recorded and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was used to examine the fractured microbars. The remaining cylinders of each group (n= 2) were used for SEM surface analysis. Results: Both surface treatments and Metal Primer IT application improved bond strength values (P lt  0.05). When Metal Primer II was not applied ST treatment achieved highest bond strength values (22.17 +/- 10.37 MPa). Sandblasting in combination with Metal Primer II enhanced bond strength values compared to the other groups (23.46 +/- 11.19 MPa). (Am J Dent 2012;25;269-275).",
journal = "American Journal of Dentistry",
title = "Microtensile bond strength evaluation of self-adhesive resin cement to zirconia ceramic after different pre-treatments",
volume = "25",
number = "5",
pages = "269-275",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1689"
}
Casucci, A., Goracci, C., Chieffi, N., Monticelli, F., Giovannetti, A., Juloski, J.,& Ferrari, M.. (2012). Microtensile bond strength evaluation of self-adhesive resin cement to zirconia ceramic after different pre-treatments. in American Journal of Dentistry, 25(5), 269-275.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1689
Casucci A, Goracci C, Chieffi N, Monticelli F, Giovannetti A, Juloski J, Ferrari M. Microtensile bond strength evaluation of self-adhesive resin cement to zirconia ceramic after different pre-treatments. in American Journal of Dentistry. 2012;25(5):269-275.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1689 .
Casucci, Alessi, Goracci, Cecilia, Chieffi, Nicoletta, Monticelli, Francesca, Giovannetti, Agostino, Juloski, Jelena, Ferrari, Marco, "Microtensile bond strength evaluation of self-adhesive resin cement to zirconia ceramic after different pre-treatments" in American Journal of Dentistry, 25, no. 5 (2012):269-275,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1689 .
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Microtensile vs Microshear Bond Strength of All-in-One Adhesives to Unground Enamel

Beloica, Miloš; Goracci, Cecilia; Ramos Carvalho, Carlos Augusto; Radović, Ivana; Margvelashvili, Mariam; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park, 2010)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Beloica, Miloš
AU  - Goracci, Cecilia
AU  - Ramos Carvalho, Carlos Augusto
AU  - Radović, Ivana
AU  - Margvelashvili, Mariam
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2010
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1581
AB  - Purpose To determine the bond strength to unground enamel of all in one adhesives in comparison with an etch and rinse system and to compare the reliability of microtensile and microshear methods in providing such measurements Materials and Methods The bonding procedure was performed on enamel of 64 extracted molars The tested all in one adhesives were Bond Force (Tokuyama), AdheSE One (Ivoclar Vivadent) and Xeno V (Dentsply) Prime&Bond NT (Dentsply) served as control Microtensile specimens were obtained from 4 teeth per group Twelve teeth per group were used for microshear testing Microtensile specimens that failed prior to testing were included in statistical calculations, they were assigned the lowest value measured in the respective group Failure modes were observed under light microscope and classified (cohesive within substrates, adhesive mixed) Statistically significant differences in bond strength were assessed among the adhesives within each testing method and between microshear and microtensile data for each adhesive Failure mode distributions were compared using the chi square test Results All in-one adhesives had similar microshear and microtensile bond strengths In both testing methods, the etch and rinse system achieved the strongest bond For all adhesives significantly higher bond strengths were measured with the microshear test In microtensile testing specimens bonded with the etch and rinse adhesive exhibited a significantly different distribution of failure modes The coefficients of variation were extremely high for microtensile bond strength data, particularly of all in one adhesives Conclusion The adhesive potential to intact enamel of recently introduced all in-one adhesives was inferior to that of an etch and rinse system When testing bond strength to enamel of all in one adhesives, microshear testing may be a more accurate method than microtensile
PB  - Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park
T2  - Journal of Adhesive Dentistry
T1  - Microtensile vs Microshear Bond Strength of All-in-One Adhesives to Unground Enamel
VL  - 12
IS  - 6
SP  - 427
EP  - 433
DO  - 10.3290/j.jad.a18237
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Beloica, Miloš and Goracci, Cecilia and Ramos Carvalho, Carlos Augusto and Radović, Ivana and Margvelashvili, Mariam and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2010",
abstract = "Purpose To determine the bond strength to unground enamel of all in one adhesives in comparison with an etch and rinse system and to compare the reliability of microtensile and microshear methods in providing such measurements Materials and Methods The bonding procedure was performed on enamel of 64 extracted molars The tested all in one adhesives were Bond Force (Tokuyama), AdheSE One (Ivoclar Vivadent) and Xeno V (Dentsply) Prime&Bond NT (Dentsply) served as control Microtensile specimens were obtained from 4 teeth per group Twelve teeth per group were used for microshear testing Microtensile specimens that failed prior to testing were included in statistical calculations, they were assigned the lowest value measured in the respective group Failure modes were observed under light microscope and classified (cohesive within substrates, adhesive mixed) Statistically significant differences in bond strength were assessed among the adhesives within each testing method and between microshear and microtensile data for each adhesive Failure mode distributions were compared using the chi square test Results All in-one adhesives had similar microshear and microtensile bond strengths In both testing methods, the etch and rinse system achieved the strongest bond For all adhesives significantly higher bond strengths were measured with the microshear test In microtensile testing specimens bonded with the etch and rinse adhesive exhibited a significantly different distribution of failure modes The coefficients of variation were extremely high for microtensile bond strength data, particularly of all in one adhesives Conclusion The adhesive potential to intact enamel of recently introduced all in-one adhesives was inferior to that of an etch and rinse system When testing bond strength to enamel of all in one adhesives, microshear testing may be a more accurate method than microtensile",
publisher = "Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park",
journal = "Journal of Adhesive Dentistry",
title = "Microtensile vs Microshear Bond Strength of All-in-One Adhesives to Unground Enamel",
volume = "12",
number = "6",
pages = "427-433",
doi = "10.3290/j.jad.a18237"
}
Beloica, M., Goracci, C., Ramos Carvalho, C. A., Radović, I., Margvelashvili, M., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2010). Microtensile vs Microshear Bond Strength of All-in-One Adhesives to Unground Enamel. in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry
Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, Hanover Park., 12(6), 427-433.
https://doi.org/10.3290/j.jad.a18237
Beloica M, Goracci C, Ramos Carvalho CA, Radović I, Margvelashvili M, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Microtensile vs Microshear Bond Strength of All-in-One Adhesives to Unground Enamel. in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry. 2010;12(6):427-433.
doi:10.3290/j.jad.a18237 .
Beloica, Miloš, Goracci, Cecilia, Ramos Carvalho, Carlos Augusto, Radović, Ivana, Margvelashvili, Mariam, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Microtensile vs Microshear Bond Strength of All-in-One Adhesives to Unground Enamel" in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry, 12, no. 6 (2010):427-433,
https://doi.org/10.3290/j.jad.a18237 . .
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Light transmission through fiber post: The effect on adhesion, elastic modulus and hardness of dual-cure resin cement

Radović, Ivana; Corciolani, Gabriele; Magni, Elisa; Krstanović, Goranka; Pavlović, Vladimir; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2009)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Radović, Ivana
AU  - Corciolani, Gabriele
AU  - Magni, Elisa
AU  - Krstanović, Goranka
AU  - Pavlović, Vladimir
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2009
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1487
AB  - Objectives. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of fiber post light transmitting ability to the continuity of resin cement-root dentin (C-RD) and resin cement-fiber post (C-FP) interface, elastic modulus and hardness of a dual-cure resin cement. Methods. Spectrophotometric measurements were applied for the determination of light transmission at coronal, middle and apical level as well as at the apical tip through Tech 21 X-OP (TECH) and DT Light Post (DT). Posts were cemented using dual-cured resin cement (Calibra). Roots were sectioned longitudinally through the post. Epoxy resin replicas were made and used to evaluate C-RD and C-FP interface under SEM. Modulus of elasticity (E) and Vicker's hardness (VH) of the cement layer were assessed. Results. No light transmission was detected through TECH. Light transmission through DT decreased from coronal to apical and rose at the apical tip. TECH presented a significantly lower percentage of continuous C-RD and C-FP interface in comparison to DT. Coronal third of C-RD interface in TECH specimens had a significantly higher percentage of continuity than apical third. No regional differences in continuity of C-RD interface were found in DT specimens. E and VH were significantly lower when TECH was used, and decreased from coronal to apical for both posts. Significance. Cementation of fiber post with no light transmitting ability using a dual-cured resin cement resulted in lower E and VH of the cement layer, and lower percentage of continuous C-RD and C-FP interface in comparison to cementation of light transmitting fiber post.
PB  - Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Dental Materials
T1  - Light transmission through fiber post: The effect on adhesion, elastic modulus and hardness of dual-cure resin cement
VL  - 25
IS  - 7
SP  - 837
EP  - 844
DO  - 10.1016/j.dental.2009.01.004
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Radović, Ivana and Corciolani, Gabriele and Magni, Elisa and Krstanović, Goranka and Pavlović, Vladimir and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2009",
abstract = "Objectives. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of fiber post light transmitting ability to the continuity of resin cement-root dentin (C-RD) and resin cement-fiber post (C-FP) interface, elastic modulus and hardness of a dual-cure resin cement. Methods. Spectrophotometric measurements were applied for the determination of light transmission at coronal, middle and apical level as well as at the apical tip through Tech 21 X-OP (TECH) and DT Light Post (DT). Posts were cemented using dual-cured resin cement (Calibra). Roots were sectioned longitudinally through the post. Epoxy resin replicas were made and used to evaluate C-RD and C-FP interface under SEM. Modulus of elasticity (E) and Vicker's hardness (VH) of the cement layer were assessed. Results. No light transmission was detected through TECH. Light transmission through DT decreased from coronal to apical and rose at the apical tip. TECH presented a significantly lower percentage of continuous C-RD and C-FP interface in comparison to DT. Coronal third of C-RD interface in TECH specimens had a significantly higher percentage of continuity than apical third. No regional differences in continuity of C-RD interface were found in DT specimens. E and VH were significantly lower when TECH was used, and decreased from coronal to apical for both posts. Significance. Cementation of fiber post with no light transmitting ability using a dual-cured resin cement resulted in lower E and VH of the cement layer, and lower percentage of continuous C-RD and C-FP interface in comparison to cementation of light transmitting fiber post.",
publisher = "Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Dental Materials",
title = "Light transmission through fiber post: The effect on adhesion, elastic modulus and hardness of dual-cure resin cement",
volume = "25",
number = "7",
pages = "837-844",
doi = "10.1016/j.dental.2009.01.004"
}
Radović, I., Corciolani, G., Magni, E., Krstanović, G., Pavlović, V., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2009). Light transmission through fiber post: The effect on adhesion, elastic modulus and hardness of dual-cure resin cement. in Dental Materials
Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford., 25(7), 837-844.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2009.01.004
Radović I, Corciolani G, Magni E, Krstanović G, Pavlović V, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Light transmission through fiber post: The effect on adhesion, elastic modulus and hardness of dual-cure resin cement. in Dental Materials. 2009;25(7):837-844.
doi:10.1016/j.dental.2009.01.004 .
Radović, Ivana, Corciolani, Gabriele, Magni, Elisa, Krstanović, Goranka, Pavlović, Vladimir, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Light transmission through fiber post: The effect on adhesion, elastic modulus and hardness of dual-cure resin cement" in Dental Materials, 25, no. 7 (2009):837-844,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2009.01.004 . .
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Coupling of composite resin cements to quartz fiber posts: A comparison of industrial and 'chairside' treatments of the post surface

Radović, Ivana; Monticelli, Francesca; Cury, Alvaro Hafiz; Bertelli, Egidio; Vulićević, Zoran; Ferrari, Marco

(2008)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Radović, Ivana
AU  - Monticelli, Francesca
AU  - Cury, Alvaro Hafiz
AU  - Bertelli, Egidio
AU  - Vulićević, Zoran
AU  - Ferrari, Marco
PY  - 2008
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1443
AB  - Purpose: To evaluate the influence of surface treatments on microtensile bond strength of luting resin cements to fiber posts. Materials and Methods: Forty-two quartz fiber posts (Light Post, RTD) were divided into 7 groups (n = 6) according to the surface treatment. I and 11: experimental patented industrial treatment consisting of zirconium oxide coating and silanization (RTD); III: industrial treatment followed by adhesive application (XPBond, Dentsply Caulk); IV: adhesive (XPBond); V: adhesive (Prime&Bond NT, Dentsply Caulk); VI: silane (Calibra Silane, Dentsply Caulk); VII: no treatment. Adhesives were used in the self-curing mode. Two cements (Sealbond, RTD - group 1, and Calibra, Dentsply Caulk - groups 11 to VII) were applied on the posts to produce cylindrical specimens. Post/cement interfaces were evaluated under SEM. The surface of the industrially coated posts was examined using energy dispersive analysis by x-ray. Cylinders were cut to obtain microtensile sticks that were loaded in tension at a crosshead speed of 0.5 mm/min until failure. Statistical analysis was performed using Kruskal-Wallis analysis of variance followed by Dunn's multiple range test for post-hoc comparisons (p  lt  0.05). Weibull analysis was also performed. Results: The post/cement bond strength was significantly higher on fiber posts treated industrially (I: 23.14 +/- 8.05 MPa; II: 21.56 +/- 7.07 MPa; III: 22.37 +/- 7.00 MPa) or treated with XPBond adhesive (IV: 21.03 +/- 5.34 MPa) when compared to Prime&Bond NT application (V: 14.05 +/- 5.06 MPa), silanization (VI: 6.31 +/- 4.60 MPa) or no treatment (VII: 4.62 +/- 4.31) of conventional fiber posts (p  lt  0.001). Conclusion: The experimental industrial surface treatment and the adhesive application enhanced fiber post to resin cement interfacial strength. Industrial pretreatment may simplify the clinical luting procedure.
T2  - Journal of Adhesive Dentistry
T1  - Coupling of composite resin cements to quartz fiber posts: A comparison of industrial and 'chairside' treatments of the post surface
VL  - 10
IS  - 1
SP  - 57
EP  - 66
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1443
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Radović, Ivana and Monticelli, Francesca and Cury, Alvaro Hafiz and Bertelli, Egidio and Vulićević, Zoran and Ferrari, Marco",
year = "2008",
abstract = "Purpose: To evaluate the influence of surface treatments on microtensile bond strength of luting resin cements to fiber posts. Materials and Methods: Forty-two quartz fiber posts (Light Post, RTD) were divided into 7 groups (n = 6) according to the surface treatment. I and 11: experimental patented industrial treatment consisting of zirconium oxide coating and silanization (RTD); III: industrial treatment followed by adhesive application (XPBond, Dentsply Caulk); IV: adhesive (XPBond); V: adhesive (Prime&Bond NT, Dentsply Caulk); VI: silane (Calibra Silane, Dentsply Caulk); VII: no treatment. Adhesives were used in the self-curing mode. Two cements (Sealbond, RTD - group 1, and Calibra, Dentsply Caulk - groups 11 to VII) were applied on the posts to produce cylindrical specimens. Post/cement interfaces were evaluated under SEM. The surface of the industrially coated posts was examined using energy dispersive analysis by x-ray. Cylinders were cut to obtain microtensile sticks that were loaded in tension at a crosshead speed of 0.5 mm/min until failure. Statistical analysis was performed using Kruskal-Wallis analysis of variance followed by Dunn's multiple range test for post-hoc comparisons (p  lt  0.05). Weibull analysis was also performed. Results: The post/cement bond strength was significantly higher on fiber posts treated industrially (I: 23.14 +/- 8.05 MPa; II: 21.56 +/- 7.07 MPa; III: 22.37 +/- 7.00 MPa) or treated with XPBond adhesive (IV: 21.03 +/- 5.34 MPa) when compared to Prime&Bond NT application (V: 14.05 +/- 5.06 MPa), silanization (VI: 6.31 +/- 4.60 MPa) or no treatment (VII: 4.62 +/- 4.31) of conventional fiber posts (p  lt  0.001). Conclusion: The experimental industrial surface treatment and the adhesive application enhanced fiber post to resin cement interfacial strength. Industrial pretreatment may simplify the clinical luting procedure.",
journal = "Journal of Adhesive Dentistry",
title = "Coupling of composite resin cements to quartz fiber posts: A comparison of industrial and 'chairside' treatments of the post surface",
volume = "10",
number = "1",
pages = "57-66",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1443"
}
Radović, I., Monticelli, F., Cury, A. H., Bertelli, E., Vulićević, Z.,& Ferrari, M.. (2008). Coupling of composite resin cements to quartz fiber posts: A comparison of industrial and 'chairside' treatments of the post surface. in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry, 10(1), 57-66.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1443
Radović I, Monticelli F, Cury AH, Bertelli E, Vulićević Z, Ferrari M. Coupling of composite resin cements to quartz fiber posts: A comparison of industrial and 'chairside' treatments of the post surface. in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry. 2008;10(1):57-66.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1443 .
Radović, Ivana, Monticelli, Francesca, Cury, Alvaro Hafiz, Bertelli, Egidio, Vulićević, Zoran, Ferrari, Marco, "Coupling of composite resin cements to quartz fiber posts: A comparison of industrial and 'chairside' treatments of the post surface" in Journal of Adhesive Dentistry, 10, no. 1 (2008):57-66,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_smile_1443 .
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