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Materials of Reduced Dimensions for Efficient Light Harvesting and Energy conversion (en)
Материјали редуковане димензионалности за ефикасну апсорпцију светлости и конверзију енергије (sr)
Materijali redukovane dimenzionalnosti za efikasnu apsorpciju svetlosti i konverziju energije (sr_RS)
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Discoloration of resin based composites in natural juices and energy drinks

Antonov, Milica; Lenhardt, Lea; Manojlović, Dragica; Milićević, Bojana; Dramićanin, Miroslav D.

(Vojnomedicinska akademija - Institut za naučne informacije, Beograd, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Antonov, Milica
AU  - Lenhardt, Lea
AU  - Manojlović, Dragica
AU  - Milićević, Bojana
AU  - Dramićanin, Miroslav D.
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2280
AB  - Background/Aim. Discoloration of dental restorations makes them aesthetically unacceptable and is a frequent reason for replacement of composite restorations. The aim of this study was to evaluate changes of color and fluorescence of resin-based composites (RBCs) exposed to natural juices and energy drinks. Methods. Microhybrid composite Gradia Direct (TM) Extra Bleach White disc-shaped specimens (n = 35) were immersed in three different natural juices and four different energy drinks. Absorption spectra of natural juices and energy drinks, diffuse reflection and fluorescence of composite samples were measured prior and after seven-day immersion by spectrophotometer Thermo Evolution 600 and spectrofluorometer Fluorolog-3-221. Composite's color was calculated from diffuse reflection spectra and expressed in CIELAB color space (Commission International de l'Eclairage). Results. All natural juices and energy drinks induced color change of resin based composites, but to the different extent. Only aronia and carrot juices induced total color change considerably higher than clinically acceptable threshold, 9.3 and 6.2, respectively. All energy drinks and aronia juice induced notable decrease in fluorescence; the highest change of 28% was evidenced in the case of aronia juice. Conclusion. Change of color and fluorescence will appear differently with various solutions due to different chemical composition and concentration of colorant species in different beverages. Solutions with higher optical absorption induced higher total color change. Discoloration of composites in aronia and carrot juices is similar to those earlier reported for red wine, tea and coffee.
PB  - Vojnomedicinska akademija - Institut za naučne informacije, Beograd
T2  - Vojnosanitetski pregled
T1  - Discoloration of resin based composites in natural juices and energy drinks
VL  - 75
IS  - 8
SP  - 787
EP  - 794
DO  - 10.2298/VSP161018394A
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Antonov, Milica and Lenhardt, Lea and Manojlović, Dragica and Milićević, Bojana and Dramićanin, Miroslav D.",
year = "2018",
abstract = "Background/Aim. Discoloration of dental restorations makes them aesthetically unacceptable and is a frequent reason for replacement of composite restorations. The aim of this study was to evaluate changes of color and fluorescence of resin-based composites (RBCs) exposed to natural juices and energy drinks. Methods. Microhybrid composite Gradia Direct (TM) Extra Bleach White disc-shaped specimens (n = 35) were immersed in three different natural juices and four different energy drinks. Absorption spectra of natural juices and energy drinks, diffuse reflection and fluorescence of composite samples were measured prior and after seven-day immersion by spectrophotometer Thermo Evolution 600 and spectrofluorometer Fluorolog-3-221. Composite's color was calculated from diffuse reflection spectra and expressed in CIELAB color space (Commission International de l'Eclairage). Results. All natural juices and energy drinks induced color change of resin based composites, but to the different extent. Only aronia and carrot juices induced total color change considerably higher than clinically acceptable threshold, 9.3 and 6.2, respectively. All energy drinks and aronia juice induced notable decrease in fluorescence; the highest change of 28% was evidenced in the case of aronia juice. Conclusion. Change of color and fluorescence will appear differently with various solutions due to different chemical composition and concentration of colorant species in different beverages. Solutions with higher optical absorption induced higher total color change. Discoloration of composites in aronia and carrot juices is similar to those earlier reported for red wine, tea and coffee.",
publisher = "Vojnomedicinska akademija - Institut za naučne informacije, Beograd",
journal = "Vojnosanitetski pregled",
title = "Discoloration of resin based composites in natural juices and energy drinks",
volume = "75",
number = "8",
pages = "787-794",
doi = "10.2298/VSP161018394A"
}
Antonov, M., Lenhardt, L., Manojlović, D., Milićević, B.,& Dramićanin, M. D.. (2018). Discoloration of resin based composites in natural juices and energy drinks. in Vojnosanitetski pregled
Vojnomedicinska akademija - Institut za naučne informacije, Beograd., 75(8), 787-794.
https://doi.org/10.2298/VSP161018394A
Antonov M, Lenhardt L, Manojlović D, Milićević B, Dramićanin MD. Discoloration of resin based composites in natural juices and energy drinks. in Vojnosanitetski pregled. 2018;75(8):787-794.
doi:10.2298/VSP161018394A .
Antonov, Milica, Lenhardt, Lea, Manojlović, Dragica, Milićević, Bojana, Dramićanin, Miroslav D., "Discoloration of resin based composites in natural juices and energy drinks" in Vojnosanitetski pregled, 75, no. 8 (2018):787-794,
https://doi.org/10.2298/VSP161018394A . .
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Refractive indices of unfilled resin mixtures and cured composites related to color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage composites

Miletić, Vesna; Jakovljević, Nikola; Manojlović, Dragica; Marjanović, Jovana; Rosić, Aleksandra A.; Dramićanin, Miroslav D.

(Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Miletić, Vesna
AU  - Jakovljević, Nikola
AU  - Manojlović, Dragica
AU  - Marjanović, Jovana
AU  - Rosić, Aleksandra A.
AU  - Dramićanin, Miroslav D.
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2199
AB  - This study correlated the refractive indices (RIs) of unfilled resin mixtures and resin-based composites (RBCs) with color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage RBCs. Unfilled resin mixtures based on different ratios of conventional monomers Bisphenol A-glycidyl-methacrylate (BisGMA)/triethyleneglycol-dimethacrylate (TEGDMA) and urethane-dimethacrylate (UDMA)/TEGDMA and a low-shrinkage monomer FIT-852 (FIT, Esstech Inc.)/TEGDMA were used to prepare model RBCs, containing 30 wt % of the organic matrix and 70 wt % of silanated barium-glass fillers (n=1.553, Esstech Inc.). The RIs of resins were measured on an ABBE refractometer, those of cured RBCs using the Becke-line method in immersion oils. Color and translucency were determined using an AvaSpec-2048 (Avantes BV) spectrometer. The RIs of unfilled resin mixtures decreased with increasing amounts of TEGDMA. Cured RBCs had higher RIs than their respective resin mixtures. BisGMA-based composites were more translucent with significantly lower L* values than FIT- and UDMA-based RBCs. The RIs of unfilled resins positively correlated with cured RBCs (p=0.001), as did the RIs with translucency (p=0.001) and color (p=0.008). Resin mixtures and corresponding RBCs based on UDMA and its modified low-shrinkage version, FIT, showed similar optical properties. The RIs of unfilled resins appeared to be good predictors of the RIs of cured RBCs.
PB  - Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken
T2  - Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials
T1  - Refractive indices of unfilled resin mixtures and cured composites related to color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage composites
VL  - 105
IS  - 1
SP  - 7
EP  - 13
DO  - 10.1002/jbm.b.33523
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Miletić, Vesna and Jakovljević, Nikola and Manojlović, Dragica and Marjanović, Jovana and Rosić, Aleksandra A. and Dramićanin, Miroslav D.",
year = "2017",
abstract = "This study correlated the refractive indices (RIs) of unfilled resin mixtures and resin-based composites (RBCs) with color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage RBCs. Unfilled resin mixtures based on different ratios of conventional monomers Bisphenol A-glycidyl-methacrylate (BisGMA)/triethyleneglycol-dimethacrylate (TEGDMA) and urethane-dimethacrylate (UDMA)/TEGDMA and a low-shrinkage monomer FIT-852 (FIT, Esstech Inc.)/TEGDMA were used to prepare model RBCs, containing 30 wt % of the organic matrix and 70 wt % of silanated barium-glass fillers (n=1.553, Esstech Inc.). The RIs of resins were measured on an ABBE refractometer, those of cured RBCs using the Becke-line method in immersion oils. Color and translucency were determined using an AvaSpec-2048 (Avantes BV) spectrometer. The RIs of unfilled resin mixtures decreased with increasing amounts of TEGDMA. Cured RBCs had higher RIs than their respective resin mixtures. BisGMA-based composites were more translucent with significantly lower L* values than FIT- and UDMA-based RBCs. The RIs of unfilled resins positively correlated with cured RBCs (p=0.001), as did the RIs with translucency (p=0.001) and color (p=0.008). Resin mixtures and corresponding RBCs based on UDMA and its modified low-shrinkage version, FIT, showed similar optical properties. The RIs of unfilled resins appeared to be good predictors of the RIs of cured RBCs.",
publisher = "Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken",
journal = "Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials",
title = "Refractive indices of unfilled resin mixtures and cured composites related to color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage composites",
volume = "105",
number = "1",
pages = "7-13",
doi = "10.1002/jbm.b.33523"
}
Miletić, V., Jakovljević, N., Manojlović, D., Marjanović, J., Rosić, A. A.,& Dramićanin, M. D.. (2017). Refractive indices of unfilled resin mixtures and cured composites related to color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage composites. in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials
Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken., 105(1), 7-13.
https://doi.org/10.1002/jbm.b.33523
Miletić V, Jakovljević N, Manojlović D, Marjanović J, Rosić AA, Dramićanin MD. Refractive indices of unfilled resin mixtures and cured composites related to color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage composites. in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials. 2017;105(1):7-13.
doi:10.1002/jbm.b.33523 .
Miletić, Vesna, Jakovljević, Nikola, Manojlović, Dragica, Marjanović, Jovana, Rosić, Aleksandra A., Dramićanin, Miroslav D., "Refractive indices of unfilled resin mixtures and cured composites related to color and translucency of conventional and low-shrinkage composites" in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials, 105, no. 1 (2017):7-13,
https://doi.org/10.1002/jbm.b.33523 . .
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Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of a low-shrinkage monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator: Comparative analyses of individual toxicity and combination effects in mixtures

Manojlović, Dragica; Dramićanin, Miroslav D.; Miletić, Vesna; Mitić-Ćulafić, Dragana; Jovanović, Bojana; Nikolić, Biljana

(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Manojlović, Dragica
AU  - Dramićanin, Miroslav D.
AU  - Miletić, Vesna
AU  - Mitić-Ćulafić, Dragana
AU  - Jovanović, Bojana
AU  - Nikolić, Biljana
PY  - 2017
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2195
AB  - Objective. To compare cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of novel urethane-based monomer FIT-852 and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator (Lucirin TPO) with conventional Bisphenol A-glycidyl-methacrylate (BisGMA) and triethylene glycol dimethacrylate (TEGDMA) monomers and camphorquinone (CQ)/amine photoinitiator system, respectively. Moreover, we quantified and analyzed the combinatorial effects of individual substances in resin-based mixtures concerning the nature of the combinatorial effects. Methods. Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of BisGMA, FIT, TEGDMA, CQ DMAEMA and TPO and their combined toxicity in four clinically relevant mixtures (FIT/TPO, FIT/CQ BisGMA/TPO, BisGMA/CQ) were tested on human fetal lung fibroblasts MRC-5 using MTT and Comet assays. We assessed combination effects of monomers and photoinitiators on overall toxicity from the measured concentration-effect relationships. Combination index (CI) was calculated on the basis of the median-effect equation derived from the mass-action law principle. Results. Individual substances showed decreasing cytotoxic effects in the following order: BisGMA>TPO>FIT>CQ>DMAEMA>TEGDMA. Experimental mixtures showed decreasing cytotoxic effects in the order BisGMA/TPO>BisGMA/CQ>FIT/CQ>FIT/TPO. FIT-based mixtures exhibited antagonistic cytotoxic effects between components while BisGMA-based mixtures demonstrated synergistic effects at ED50 TPO amplified both antagonistic and synergistic cytotoxic effects in mixtures. Pure substances showed genotoxicity in the following order: TPO>BisGMA>FIT>CQ>TEGDMA. We did not detect the genotoxic potential of DMAEMA. The rank of genotoxic concentrations of the mixtures was: BisGMA/TPO>BisGMA/CQ>FIT/CQ>FIT/TPO. Significance. Lower cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of FIT than BisGMA suggests its greater bio-co mpatibility. Conversely, photoinitiator TPO was significantly more cytotoxic and genotoxic than both CQ and DMAEMA. CI values showed that components of FIT-based mixtures exhibit an antagonistic cytotoxic effect, while compontents of BisGMA-based mixtures show synergism.
PB  - Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Dental Materials
T1  - Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of a low-shrinkage monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator: Comparative analyses of individual toxicity and combination effects in mixtures
VL  - 33
IS  - 4
SP  - 454
EP  - 466
DO  - 10.1016/j.dental.2017.02.002
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Manojlović, Dragica and Dramićanin, Miroslav D. and Miletić, Vesna and Mitić-Ćulafić, Dragana and Jovanović, Bojana and Nikolić, Biljana",
year = "2017",
abstract = "Objective. To compare cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of novel urethane-based monomer FIT-852 and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator (Lucirin TPO) with conventional Bisphenol A-glycidyl-methacrylate (BisGMA) and triethylene glycol dimethacrylate (TEGDMA) monomers and camphorquinone (CQ)/amine photoinitiator system, respectively. Moreover, we quantified and analyzed the combinatorial effects of individual substances in resin-based mixtures concerning the nature of the combinatorial effects. Methods. Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of BisGMA, FIT, TEGDMA, CQ DMAEMA and TPO and their combined toxicity in four clinically relevant mixtures (FIT/TPO, FIT/CQ BisGMA/TPO, BisGMA/CQ) were tested on human fetal lung fibroblasts MRC-5 using MTT and Comet assays. We assessed combination effects of monomers and photoinitiators on overall toxicity from the measured concentration-effect relationships. Combination index (CI) was calculated on the basis of the median-effect equation derived from the mass-action law principle. Results. Individual substances showed decreasing cytotoxic effects in the following order: BisGMA>TPO>FIT>CQ>DMAEMA>TEGDMA. Experimental mixtures showed decreasing cytotoxic effects in the order BisGMA/TPO>BisGMA/CQ>FIT/CQ>FIT/TPO. FIT-based mixtures exhibited antagonistic cytotoxic effects between components while BisGMA-based mixtures demonstrated synergistic effects at ED50 TPO amplified both antagonistic and synergistic cytotoxic effects in mixtures. Pure substances showed genotoxicity in the following order: TPO>BisGMA>FIT>CQ>TEGDMA. We did not detect the genotoxic potential of DMAEMA. The rank of genotoxic concentrations of the mixtures was: BisGMA/TPO>BisGMA/CQ>FIT/CQ>FIT/TPO. Significance. Lower cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of FIT than BisGMA suggests its greater bio-co mpatibility. Conversely, photoinitiator TPO was significantly more cytotoxic and genotoxic than both CQ and DMAEMA. CI values showed that components of FIT-based mixtures exhibit an antagonistic cytotoxic effect, while compontents of BisGMA-based mixtures show synergism.",
publisher = "Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Dental Materials",
title = "Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of a low-shrinkage monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator: Comparative analyses of individual toxicity and combination effects in mixtures",
volume = "33",
number = "4",
pages = "454-466",
doi = "10.1016/j.dental.2017.02.002"
}
Manojlović, D., Dramićanin, M. D., Miletić, V., Mitić-Ćulafić, D., Jovanović, B.,& Nikolić, B.. (2017). Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of a low-shrinkage monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator: Comparative analyses of individual toxicity and combination effects in mixtures. in Dental Materials
Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford., 33(4), 454-466.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2017.02.002
Manojlović D, Dramićanin MD, Miletić V, Mitić-Ćulafić D, Jovanović B, Nikolić B. Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of a low-shrinkage monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator: Comparative analyses of individual toxicity and combination effects in mixtures. in Dental Materials. 2017;33(4):454-466.
doi:10.1016/j.dental.2017.02.002 .
Manojlović, Dragica, Dramićanin, Miroslav D., Miletić, Vesna, Mitić-Ćulafić, Dragana, Jovanović, Bojana, Nikolić, Biljana, "Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of a low-shrinkage monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator: Comparative analyses of individual toxicity and combination effects in mixtures" in Dental Materials, 33, no. 4 (2017):454-466,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2017.02.002 . .
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Effect of resin and photoinitiator on color, translucency and color stability of conventional and low-shrinkage model composites

Manojlović, Dragica; Dramićanin, Miroslav D.; Ležaja, Maja; Pongprueksa, Pong; Van Meerbeek, Bart; Miletić, Vesna

(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Manojlović, Dragica
AU  - Dramićanin, Miroslav D.
AU  - Ležaja, Maja
AU  - Pongprueksa, Pong
AU  - Van Meerbeek, Bart
AU  - Miletić, Vesna
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2145
AB  - Objective. To study the effect of a low-shrinkage methacrylate monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator on color, translucency, and color stability of model resin-based composites (RBCs). Methods. Four micro-hybrid RBCs were prepared containing barium-glass fillers in bisphenol A-glycidyl-methacrylate (BisGMA) and triethyleneglycol-dimethacrylate (TEGDMA) or urethane-based low-shrinkage monomer FIT-852 (FIT; Esstech Inc.) and TEGDMA matrix. Camphorquinone (CQ)/amine or Lucirin TPO were used as photoinitiators. Commercial low-shrinkage RBCs (Charisma Diamond, Heraeus Kulzer and N'Durance, Septodont) and conventional RBCs (Tetric EvoCeram, Ivoclar Vivadent and Filtek Z250, 3M ESPE) were used as controls. Color and translucency were measured using Thermo Scientific Evolution (Thermo Fisher Scientific) and SpectroShade (TM) Micro (MHT Optic Research) spectrophotometers. Color stability was evaluated after immersion in black tea (pure, with milk or lemon) and distilled water. Data were analyzed using analyses of variance with Tukey's post-test (alpha = 0.05). Results. Photoinitiators had no significant effect on baseline color. Initially whiter FIT-based RBCs showed greater staining in all staining solutions than BisGMA-based RBCs. TPO-containing RBCs showed better color stability than CQ-containing RBCs irrespective of the base monomer. Tea and tea with lemon induced greatest color changes. Adding milk to tea significantly reduced material staining. Significance. Urethane-based low-shrinkage monomer FIT and conventional BisGMA affected color, translucency and color stability of their respective RBCs. Despite being used in posterior teeth, low-shrinkage RBCs are expected to have favorable optical and esthetic properties. Manufacturers are urged to provide information on optical properties of monomers and monomer mixtures in their low-shrinkage RBCs to allow understanding of interaction with fillers and photoinitiators.
PB  - Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Dental Materials
T1  - Effect of resin and photoinitiator on color, translucency and color stability of conventional and low-shrinkage model composites
VL  - 32
IS  - 2
SP  - 183
EP  - 191
DO  - 10.1016/j.dental.2015.11.027
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Manojlović, Dragica and Dramićanin, Miroslav D. and Ležaja, Maja and Pongprueksa, Pong and Van Meerbeek, Bart and Miletić, Vesna",
year = "2016",
abstract = "Objective. To study the effect of a low-shrinkage methacrylate monomer and monoacylphosphine oxide photoinitiator on color, translucency, and color stability of model resin-based composites (RBCs). Methods. Four micro-hybrid RBCs were prepared containing barium-glass fillers in bisphenol A-glycidyl-methacrylate (BisGMA) and triethyleneglycol-dimethacrylate (TEGDMA) or urethane-based low-shrinkage monomer FIT-852 (FIT; Esstech Inc.) and TEGDMA matrix. Camphorquinone (CQ)/amine or Lucirin TPO were used as photoinitiators. Commercial low-shrinkage RBCs (Charisma Diamond, Heraeus Kulzer and N'Durance, Septodont) and conventional RBCs (Tetric EvoCeram, Ivoclar Vivadent and Filtek Z250, 3M ESPE) were used as controls. Color and translucency were measured using Thermo Scientific Evolution (Thermo Fisher Scientific) and SpectroShade (TM) Micro (MHT Optic Research) spectrophotometers. Color stability was evaluated after immersion in black tea (pure, with milk or lemon) and distilled water. Data were analyzed using analyses of variance with Tukey's post-test (alpha = 0.05). Results. Photoinitiators had no significant effect on baseline color. Initially whiter FIT-based RBCs showed greater staining in all staining solutions than BisGMA-based RBCs. TPO-containing RBCs showed better color stability than CQ-containing RBCs irrespective of the base monomer. Tea and tea with lemon induced greatest color changes. Adding milk to tea significantly reduced material staining. Significance. Urethane-based low-shrinkage monomer FIT and conventional BisGMA affected color, translucency and color stability of their respective RBCs. Despite being used in posterior teeth, low-shrinkage RBCs are expected to have favorable optical and esthetic properties. Manufacturers are urged to provide information on optical properties of monomers and monomer mixtures in their low-shrinkage RBCs to allow understanding of interaction with fillers and photoinitiators.",
publisher = "Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Dental Materials",
title = "Effect of resin and photoinitiator on color, translucency and color stability of conventional and low-shrinkage model composites",
volume = "32",
number = "2",
pages = "183-191",
doi = "10.1016/j.dental.2015.11.027"
}
Manojlović, D., Dramićanin, M. D., Ležaja, M., Pongprueksa, P., Van Meerbeek, B.,& Miletić, V.. (2016). Effect of resin and photoinitiator on color, translucency and color stability of conventional and low-shrinkage model composites. in Dental Materials
Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford., 32(2), 183-191.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2015.11.027
Manojlović D, Dramićanin MD, Ležaja M, Pongprueksa P, Van Meerbeek B, Miletić V. Effect of resin and photoinitiator on color, translucency and color stability of conventional and low-shrinkage model composites. in Dental Materials. 2016;32(2):183-191.
doi:10.1016/j.dental.2015.11.027 .
Manojlović, Dragica, Dramićanin, Miroslav D., Ležaja, Maja, Pongprueksa, Pong, Van Meerbeek, Bart, Miletić, Vesna, "Effect of resin and photoinitiator on color, translucency and color stability of conventional and low-shrinkage model composites" in Dental Materials, 32, no. 2 (2016):183-191,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dental.2015.11.027 . .
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Changes of Color and Fluorescence of Resin Composites Immersed in Beer

Antonov, Milica; Lenhardt, Lea; Manojlović, Dragica; Milićević, Bojana; Zeković, Ivana; Dramićanin, Miroslav D.

(Wiley, Hoboken, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Antonov, Milica
AU  - Lenhardt, Lea
AU  - Manojlović, Dragica
AU  - Milićević, Bojana
AU  - Zeković, Ivana
AU  - Dramićanin, Miroslav D.
PY  - 2016
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2103
AB  - ObjectiveThe aim of this study was to evaluate changes of color and fluorescence of resin based composite exposed to beer. Materials and Methods84 samples (13 mm in diameter and 1.5 mm thick) of microhybrid composite Gradia Direct(TM) extra bleach white were immersed in 5 different beers (dark and light) or distilled water. Color and fluorescence were measured prior and after 1-, 7-, and 14-day immersion by Spectrophotometer Thermo Evolution 600 and Fluorolog-3-221 spectrofluorometer. ResultsResin based composites changed color after immersion in beers of different types. Beers with higher optical absorption induced greater color changes. The fluorescence intensity of composites was decreased after immersion in beer, but the shape of fluorescence spectra was not changed. 14-day immersion in Bernard dark beer caused the greatest changes in optical properties of composite: E*=9.0 and 57.6% reduced fluorescence. ConclusionDark and light beers changed optical properties of resin based composite. The color change come exclusively from the change of chroma. Clinical SignificanceTo fully meet esthetic criteria when using dental materials in restoration it is crucial to match optical properties of teeth and dental restoration at the moment of placement, but also to keep the match over the time. Considering that staining in beer causes changes in color and fluorescence of composites and that discoloration is a frequent reason for replacement of composite restorations, the data and conclusions on discoloration of dental restorations caused by beer consumption should aid dental professionals when reaching for high esthetics of modern dentistry.(J Esthet Restor Dent 28:330-338, 2016)
PB  - Wiley, Hoboken
T2  - Journal of Esthetic & Restorative Dentistry
T1  - Changes of Color and Fluorescence of Resin Composites Immersed in Beer
VL  - 28
IS  - 5
SP  - 330
EP  - 338
DO  - 10.1111/jerd.12232
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Antonov, Milica and Lenhardt, Lea and Manojlović, Dragica and Milićević, Bojana and Zeković, Ivana and Dramićanin, Miroslav D.",
year = "2016",
abstract = "ObjectiveThe aim of this study was to evaluate changes of color and fluorescence of resin based composite exposed to beer. Materials and Methods84 samples (13 mm in diameter and 1.5 mm thick) of microhybrid composite Gradia Direct(TM) extra bleach white were immersed in 5 different beers (dark and light) or distilled water. Color and fluorescence were measured prior and after 1-, 7-, and 14-day immersion by Spectrophotometer Thermo Evolution 600 and Fluorolog-3-221 spectrofluorometer. ResultsResin based composites changed color after immersion in beers of different types. Beers with higher optical absorption induced greater color changes. The fluorescence intensity of composites was decreased after immersion in beer, but the shape of fluorescence spectra was not changed. 14-day immersion in Bernard dark beer caused the greatest changes in optical properties of composite: E*=9.0 and 57.6% reduced fluorescence. ConclusionDark and light beers changed optical properties of resin based composite. The color change come exclusively from the change of chroma. Clinical SignificanceTo fully meet esthetic criteria when using dental materials in restoration it is crucial to match optical properties of teeth and dental restoration at the moment of placement, but also to keep the match over the time. Considering that staining in beer causes changes in color and fluorescence of composites and that discoloration is a frequent reason for replacement of composite restorations, the data and conclusions on discoloration of dental restorations caused by beer consumption should aid dental professionals when reaching for high esthetics of modern dentistry.(J Esthet Restor Dent 28:330-338, 2016)",
publisher = "Wiley, Hoboken",
journal = "Journal of Esthetic & Restorative Dentistry",
title = "Changes of Color and Fluorescence of Resin Composites Immersed in Beer",
volume = "28",
number = "5",
pages = "330-338",
doi = "10.1111/jerd.12232"
}
Antonov, M., Lenhardt, L., Manojlović, D., Milićević, B., Zeković, I.,& Dramićanin, M. D.. (2016). Changes of Color and Fluorescence of Resin Composites Immersed in Beer. in Journal of Esthetic & Restorative Dentistry
Wiley, Hoboken., 28(5), 330-338.
https://doi.org/10.1111/jerd.12232
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Evaluation of Staining-Dependent Colour Changes in Resin Composites Using Principal Component Analysis

Manojlović, Dragica; Lenhardt, Lea; Milićević, Bojana; Antonov, Milica; Miletić, Vesna; Dramićanin, Miroslav D.

(Nature Publishing Group, London, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Manojlović, Dragica
AU  - Lenhardt, Lea
AU  - Milićević, Bojana
AU  - Antonov, Milica
AU  - Miletić, Vesna
AU  - Dramićanin, Miroslav D.
PY  - 2015
UR  - https://smile.stomf.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1984
AB  - Colour changes in Gradia Direct (TM) composite after immersion in tea, coffee, red wine, Coca-Cola, Colgate mouthwash, and distilled water were evaluated using principal component analysis (PCA) and the CIELAB colour coordinates. The reflection spectra of the composites were used as input data for the PCA. The output data (scores and loadings) provided information about the magnitude and origin of the surface reflection changes after exposure to the staining solutions. The reflection spectra of the stained samples generally exhibited lower reflection in the blue spectral range, which was manifested in the lower content of the blue shade for the samples. Both analyses demonstrated the high staining abilities of tea, coffee, and red wine, which produced total colour changes of 4.31, 6.61, and 6.22, respectively, according to the CIELAB analysis. PCA revealed subtle changes in the reflection spectra of composites immersed in Coca-Cola, demonstrating Coca-Cola's ability to stain the composite to a small degree.
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T2  - Scientific Reports
T1  - Evaluation of Staining-Dependent Colour Changes in Resin Composites Using Principal Component Analysis
VL  - 5
DO  - 10.1038/srep14638
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author = "Manojlović, Dragica and Lenhardt, Lea and Milićević, Bojana and Antonov, Milica and Miletić, Vesna and Dramićanin, Miroslav D.",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Colour changes in Gradia Direct (TM) composite after immersion in tea, coffee, red wine, Coca-Cola, Colgate mouthwash, and distilled water were evaluated using principal component analysis (PCA) and the CIELAB colour coordinates. The reflection spectra of the composites were used as input data for the PCA. The output data (scores and loadings) provided information about the magnitude and origin of the surface reflection changes after exposure to the staining solutions. The reflection spectra of the stained samples generally exhibited lower reflection in the blue spectral range, which was manifested in the lower content of the blue shade for the samples. Both analyses demonstrated the high staining abilities of tea, coffee, and red wine, which produced total colour changes of 4.31, 6.61, and 6.22, respectively, according to the CIELAB analysis. PCA revealed subtle changes in the reflection spectra of composites immersed in Coca-Cola, demonstrating Coca-Cola's ability to stain the composite to a small degree.",
publisher = "Nature Publishing Group, London",
journal = "Scientific Reports",
title = "Evaluation of Staining-Dependent Colour Changes in Resin Composites Using Principal Component Analysis",
volume = "5",
doi = "10.1038/srep14638"
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Manojlović, D., Lenhardt, L., Milićević, B., Antonov, M., Miletić, V.,& Dramićanin, M. D.. (2015). Evaluation of Staining-Dependent Colour Changes in Resin Composites Using Principal Component Analysis. in Scientific Reports
Nature Publishing Group, London., 5.
https://doi.org/10.1038/srep14638
Manojlović D, Lenhardt L, Milićević B, Antonov M, Miletić V, Dramićanin MD. Evaluation of Staining-Dependent Colour Changes in Resin Composites Using Principal Component Analysis. in Scientific Reports. 2015;5.
doi:10.1038/srep14638 .
Manojlović, Dragica, Lenhardt, Lea, Milićević, Bojana, Antonov, Milica, Miletić, Vesna, Dramićanin, Miroslav D., "Evaluation of Staining-Dependent Colour Changes in Resin Composites Using Principal Component Analysis" in Scientific Reports, 5 (2015),
https://doi.org/10.1038/srep14638 . .
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