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Isolation of the Operative Field Influences the Survival Rate of Composite Restorations

The aim of this study was to evaluate the survival of direct composite resin restorations in primary molars using different methods of isolation of the operative field: absolute isolation (local anesthesia, use of dental clamp and rubber dam) and relative isolation (cotton rollers and saliva ejector) by a randomized clinical trial. Two hundred (200) restorations will be performed on children aged 4 to 10 years who present at least one dentin caries lesion or restoration needing...

Survival Rate of All Ceramic Restorations Treated With Air-Water-Blasting Protocol

This study evaluates retrospectively the survival rate of all-ceramic restorations, cemented using AWB technique (test) compared to those cemented with conventional technique (control)

Occlusal-proximal ART Restorations in Primary Molars Using 2 Different Kinds of GIC

The aim of this research is to investigate the survival rate and cost effectiveness of two brands of GIC as occlusal-proximal ART restorations. Also the survival rate of the tooth will be investigated.

Three-Year Clinical Evaluation of Bonded Posterior Restorations: Amalgam vs Resin Composite

Background: This 3-year clinical trial compared the performance and post-operative sensitivity of a posterior resin composite with that of bonded-amalgam in large sized cavities. Additionally, it was evaluated whether resin composite could be an alternative for bonded amalgam. Methods: This was a randomized clinical trial. Patients in need of at least two posterior restorations were recruited. Authors randomly assigned one half of the restorations to receive bonded-amal...

Cost-efficacy of Atraumatic Restorations (ART) Using Different Encapsulated Glass Ionomer Cement

Given the clinical damage caused by errors commonly made during the dosage and handling of glass ionomer cement (GIC) of high viscosity powder-liquid type, the use of encapsulated ionomer has been recommended for final restorations. However, the initial cost of the encapsulated MIC is higher when compared to the material handled manually. The objective of this randomized study is to (1) reveal cost-effective in the long run, the encapsulated CIV Riva Self Cure and Equia used as...

Clinical Investigation of the F-Composite 2 System in Direct Filling Therapy

The objective of this study is to evaluate the clinical performance of the new restorative F-Composite 2 system for Class I and Class II cavities that need to be restored in permanent teeth. The materials of the system can be polymerized in short time with a new curing light which is part of the system. The study will be carried out as a prospective study, with evaluation of the restorations after 7-10 days (baseline), at 6 months, at 12 months and at 24 months accordin...

Survival Rate of Lithium Disilicate Crowns

A retrospective clinical study will be performed evaluating a large number of partial ceramic restorations (IPS e-Max press, Ivoclar, Liechtenstein) placed in general practice. Evaluation will be based on the well established Hickel criteria (Hickel et al, 2010). Rationale: IPS-e-max press has been made available to the market since 2006. Although millions of these restorations have been placed worldwide, clinical data are available of less than 200 single restorations only, co...

Sealing Defective Margins of Composite Restorations With Fluid Composite Resin Nanofiller Reinforced

the patient (n=60), with at least 3 composite resins with marginal defects , randomized into 3 groups A=Sealed with flow composite reinforced with nanofiller , B= Sealed with resin sealant , and C=Control, without intervention , and then assessed by the FDI criteria for clinical performance and longevity of restorations

Clinical Performance of Fiber Reinforced Composite Versus Microhybrid Composite Restorations

Clinical performance of direct fiber reinforced resin composite restorations versus direct microhybrid resin composite restorations in endodontically treated molars will be evaluated over 6 months using modified USPHS criteria.


Comparing Nano Hybrid Composite Blocks With Ceramic Blocks in Indirect Restorations 2. Protocol Registration:

comparing nano hybrid composite blocks grandio blocks (VOCO) with ceramic blocks (Emax) in indirect restorations using modified USPH criteria (marginal integrity) to see if there will be a significant different between two blocks

Evaluation of Post-operative Sensitivity of Bulk Fill Resin Composite Versus the Nano Resin Composite.

Our study evaluated and compared the postoperative sensitivity of the placement technique (incremental and bulk fill) in class II posterior composite resin restorations bonded with two different adhesive strategies (self-etch and etch-and-rinse).Sixty patients were randomly selected, their age range from 25 to 40 years old. They were divided into 2 main groups according to the packing technique of composite material; incremental Tetric Evoceram and Tetric Evoceram bulk fill com...

Clinical Performance of Short Fiber Reinforced Resin Composite Versus Indirect Nanohybrid Resin Composite Onlay Restorations.

clinical performance of short fiber reinforced resin composite versus indirect nanohybrid resin composite onlay restorations in complex proximal cavities of molar teeth will be evaluated over one year.

Clinical Longevity of Ceramic Laminate Veneers

Rationale: Survival rates of teeth with laminate veneers were reported to have more marginal caries and discoloration when existing restorations are present. However in these studies no conditioning of the existing restorations was performed. Objective: This study evaluate the survival rate of ceramic laminate veneers bonded to teeth with and without existing composite restorations Study design: Prospectief Cohort research Study population: the participants received laminate v...

Cost-efficacy Between ART and Composite Resin Restorations in Primary Molars

This randomized clinical trial aims to compare the cost-efficacy between the restorative treatment using composite resin and the Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (ART) using high viscosity Glass Ionomer Cement (GIC) in primary teeth. It will be selected 244 participants aging 3 to 6 years old that present active caries lesions with cavity. The subject's allocation for each treatment will be randomized in (I) Composite Resin or (II) ART, and stratified depending on the type of c...

A RCT to Compare Post-operative Sensitivity of Restorations With Fill-Up, a Dual Curing Composite and Conventional Composite Resin

The trial compares patient-reported postoperative sensitivity of 2 existing dental filling materials. The dental filling materials will be used according to manufacturer's instructions and within the existing CE marked licence. We are interested in investigating which licensed material confers the least postoperative discomfort to our patients in normal clinical use.

Reliability of Light Induced Fluorescence Intraoral Camera Versus Visual-Tactile Method in Assessment of Marginal Integrity of Resin Composite Restorations: Diagnostic Invivo Study

This study will be conducted to assess diagnostic predictive values of a light induced fluorescence intraoral camera versus those of the visual-tactile assessment method according to FDI criteria in clinical evaluation the margins of resin composite restorations

Clinical Evaluation of Posterior Indirect Resin Composite Restorations With PBE

Evaluation of posterior indirect resin composite restorations with proximal box elevation technique. Restoration of large posterior defects extending below the cemento-enamel junction (CEJ) with coverage of one or more cusps represent a very common clinical situation. When restoring deep cervical margins biological and technical operative problems may occur. In order to make clinical procedures less fault-prone 'Proximal Box Elevation' (PBE) is an option that refers to a...

Survival of Root Canal Treated Teeth Restored With Ceramic Onlays

Advances in digital dentistry coupled with increased demand for aesthetic restorations have led to developments in CAD CAM( Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided manufacturing)systems for manufacturing tooth restorations. CAD CAM restorations have the added benefit of digital impressions which eliminate the need to take conventional impressions, something patients find difficult to tolerate. CAD CAM restorations are now part of routine dental care. However there are no clini...

Clinical Evaluation Of A New Two-Component Self-Etch Universal Adhesive

This randomized clinical trial evaluates the clinical performance of a new two-component self-etch universal adhesive, OptiBond XTR, when applied in non-carious Class V cervical lesions without macromechanical retention (retentive grooves or bevels). The control material is OptiBond FL, a "traditional" etch/prime/bond adhesive with documented clinical performance. Eighty non-carious Class V cervical lesions are divided into two groups to be treated with either OptiBond XTR o...

Clinical Evaluation of Bulk Fill Composite Restorations Associated to Universal Adhesive System

Treatment clinical trial, randomized, controled, parallel, double-blinded, with four groups, that aims to evaluate the best application strategy when using a Universal Adhesive system, Single Bond Universal (3M ESPE, USA), in self-etch application mode, with or without enamel etching, associated wity a Bulk Fill Composite (Filtek Bulk Fill, 3M ESPE, USA), or with a conventional nanofilled composite (Filtek Z350 XT, 3M ESPE). Volunteers will be selected and recruited,following i...

Clinical Performance of Two Bulk-Fill Composite of Posterior Restorations

To minimize the effects of polymerization shrinkage in the restorative treatment, there are new composites called Bulk- Fill which the companies has developed this composites for example Tetric N Ceram(Ivoclar-Vivadent) and Filtek ( 3M ESPE). Its decreased polymerization shrinkage and properties allow the material to be inserted in one layer being quickly than traditional composite. This clinical study is designed to compare the clinical performance of the bulk fill composite r...

Effectiveness of ART and Conventional Treatment - Practice-based Clinical Trial

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of approximal and occlusal restorations performed following the Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (ART) compared with conventional treatment using composite resin in primary and permanent teeth. A total of 800 5-to-14 years-old children with at least one occlusal or approximal dentin caries lesion in primary or permanent molars will be selected in the public schools in Barueri. The participants will be randomly divided into ...

Clinical Evaluation of Posterior Direct Restoration in Adolescents

The present study aims to evaluate the performance of direct restorations with bulk fill resins in molars with great structural loss, with endodontic treatment. The behavior of class II restorations in 68 molars endodontically treated with bulk fill resin and incremental technique will be evaluated by means of a randomized clinical trial with a two-year follow-up. This project aims to evaluate the performance of this new restorative strategy that can greatly contribute to resto...

Three-Year Clinical Evaluation of Class II Posterior Composite Restorations

The aim of this study was to investigate the clinical effectiveness of direct resin composite restorations placed with different placement techniques (incremental or bulk) and with different flowable linings (conventional or bulk-fill flowable) used in open-sandwich technique, in endodontically treated Class II cavities (mesio-occlusal or disto-occlusal), in a randomized controlled comparison.

15 Years Control of Fiber Reenforced Composite Fixed Partial Dentures

This prospective clinical study evaluated the performance of indirect, posterior occlusal-retained, fiber-reinforced-composite restorations. Methods: Between June 1999 and June 2000, a total of 58 patients aged between 33 and 62 years old ( 33 male, 25 female) received 65 FCRFPD prosthesis. All restorations were made indirectly on a plaster model using unidirectional E-glass fibers (Vectris- Ivoclar Vivadent, liechtenstein) in combination with a laboratory resin composite ...

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