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COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF SHEAR BOND STRENGTH OF COMPOSITE RESIN WITH MTA & BIODENTINE: AN IN VITRO STUDY

Dr. Priyanka Bawa*, Dr. Bhagyashri Bugade, Dr. Akash Lavate, Dr. Jayashree
Jankar, Dr. Ajinkya Vernekar and Dr. Nikhil Hatte

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Introduction: MTA and Biodentine are the materials used as a retrograde filling, in perforation repair and as pulp-capping materials. The success of pulp-capping agent depends on restorative material that is used over it which provides improved coronal seal. Hence, material placed over MTA & Biodentine as a final restoration should plays a vital role. Immediate placement of composite resin over MTA & Biodentine to decrease appointment is the necessity of hour. So, we are evaluating bond strength of immediately placed composite resin with MTA & Biodentine. Aim: To compare and evaluate bond strength of composite resin with MTA & Biodentine. Methodology: Thirty samples were prepared and divided into 2 major groups – group 1 and group 2, each group contains 15 samples. They were designated for restoring composite resin over MTA & Biodentine with bonding resin respectively after 10 minutes. The samples were mounted in a square metal jig fill with auto cure acrylic resin. The samples were thermocycled for 48 hrs. The shear bond strength was determined using universal testing machine at 1mm/min speed. Result: Composite resin–MTA groups showed significantly higher Shear Bond Strength values than the group made of Composite resin–Biodentine (P <.05). Conclusion: MTA showed higher shear bond strength scores compared to Biodentine when used with packable composite.

Keywords: Biodentine, Composite resin, Mineral Trioxide Aggregate, shear bond strength.


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