Clinical Evaluation of Glass Ionomer With Glass Hybrid Technology Versus Conventional High Viscosity Glass Ionomer in Class I Cavities of High Caries Risk Patients

2016-08-08 07:53:22 | BioPortfolio



P: High Caries Risk Patients with bilateral class I cavities. I: Glass Ionomer with Glass Hybrid Technology. C: Conventional High Viscosity Glass Ionomer. O: Clinical performance (Functional properties Biological properties) using (World Dental Federation) Fédération dentaire internationale (FDI) criteria for dental restorations.

T: 1 year. S: Randomized controlled Trial (split mouth design). Research question:In high caries risk patients with class I cavities will glass ionomer with glass hybrid technology has similar clinical performance as conventional high viscosity glass ionomer

Study Design

Allocation: Randomized, Endpoint Classification: Bio-equivalence Study, Masking: Double Blind (Subject, Outcomes Assessor), Primary Purpose: Treatment


Class I Cavities in High Caries Risk


Conventional high viscosity glass ionomer, Glass ionomer with glass hybrid technology


Faculty of oral and dental medicine, cairo university


Not yet recruiting


Cairo University

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