Effect of material and fabrication technique on marginal fit and fracture resistance of adhesively luted inlays made of CAD/CAM ceramics and hybrid materials
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KünyeŞener Yamaner, I. D., Sertgöz, A., Toz Akalın, T. ve Özcan, M. (2017). Effect of material and fabrication technique on marginal fit and fracture resistance of adhesively luted inlays made of CAD/CAM ceramics and hybrid materials. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 31(1), 55-70. https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01694243.2016.1204144
This study evaluated the fracture resistance and marginal fit of CAD/CAM ceramic and composite inlays. Molars (N=80) were prepared to receive Mesio-occlusal-distal (MOD) inlays and randomly divided into four groups to be restored depending on the materials: (a) HLD: heat-pressed lithium disilicate ceramic (IPS e.max Press), (b) CLD: CAD/CAM-fabricated lithium disilicate ceramic (IPS e.max CAD), (c) NC: CAD/CAM nano-ceramic resin (Lava Ultimate), (d) RC: Indirect resin composite (Filtek P60). Each group was randomly divided into two subgroups regarding the resin cement: (a) High-viscosity resin cement (Syntac, Variolink II), (b) Self-adhesive low-viscosity cement (RelyX Ultimate). After marginal gap and cement thickness measurements, specimens were loaded to fracture in a Universal Testing Machine (1mm/min). Intact molars acted as the control group (n=10). Data were analyzed using one-way and two-way ANOVA, Tukey's tests (=0.05). Before cementation, CLD group showed significantly lower mean marginal gap (65 +/- 22.4m) and after cementation, cement thickness was again the lowest with CLD (82.6 +/- 24.6m) and the highest with HLD (108.4 +/- 21.3m) (p<0.001). The mean marginal gaps of inlays at the gingival margin were significantly higher than at the occlusal and the axial margins (p<0.05). While material type significantly affected the mean fracture resistance (p<0.001), the cement type had no effect on the results (p=0.083). NC group (2486 +/- 40N) showed significantly higher mean fracture load compared to those of other three groups (1997.5 +/- 60-2007 +/- 30) (p<0.05). The mean fracture resistance of control group with the intact teeth was significantly higher than those of all groups (p<0.05) except for NC (p>0.05).