The null hypotheses were: (1) the replacement of glass particles by short fibers does not affect polymerization stress, flexural modulus or volumetric shrinkage of experimental composites and (2) composite polymerization stress is not affected by the thickness (or height) of the specimen. As bonding substrate for the composite, 5-mm diameter acrylic rods were sectioned in 28-mm long segments and had one of their flat surfaces sandblasted. At both specimen heights, the composite with 3% of fibers presented significantly higher PS than the controls (which showed similar PS values). Compressive strength is therefore a useful property for the comparison of dental amalgam, resin composites, and cements and for determining the qualities of other materials such as plaster and investments. Dental Materials. Only the composite with 3% of fibers displayed a higher shrinkage rate than the commercial control ( H = 8.58, p < 0.05). Harder materials tend to be more resistant to abrasion than softer materials. 8. : Micromechanics for fiber volume percent with a photocure vinyl ester composite. Lower portion of the beam is in tension, upper portion is in compression and sides reveal shear stresses. Dr Sweta Gandhi. giving way to tooth fracture; hence, the use of this material Stress von Mises N/(mm2) 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 M1 M2 M4 Z Y X Z Y X Z Y X Z Y X Z Y M3 M5 Figure 6: von Mises stress accumulation of restorative materials. 2.4 (0.7) AB FM was reduced in the presence of fibers, and 6% of fibers led to a decrease in VS. Shrinkage rate was not affected by the fibers. 3.48 (0.04) AB Filtek Z100, Aelite Flo and Flow-it show inferior shrinkage/contraction stress properties, compared to the materials on the regression line. The materials above the regression line of Figure 4, e.g. Photoactivation was conducted with the tip of the light guide placed underneath the glass slide. Posts about stress written by JC40. Created. : Influence of matrix composition on polymerization stress development of experimental composites. Three experimental composites were prepared with a resin matrix containing equal parts by weight of bisphenol-A glycidyl dimethacrylate (BisGMA, all chemicals from Sigma–Aldrich, St. Louis, MO, USA) and triethylene glycol dimethacrylate (TEGDMA). 1.6 (0.4) C As fiber average length was 1.6 mm, it was hypothesized that in 1.5-mm specimens there would be some level of fiber orientation perpendicular to the rotational axis of the specimen. : Extent of conversion and its effect on the mechanical performance of bis-GMA/PEGDMA-based resins and their composites with continuous glass fibres. Statistical analysis used shrinkage values recorded 10 min after the beginning of photoactivation. 5. Dental finite element models comprising the cortical and cancellous bones, gingiva, teeth, and nonlinear viscoelastic periodontal ligaments were constructed, validated, and used together with aligner finite element models of different aligner thicknesses to achieve the goal of this study. Fig. J Prosthet Dent 2003; 90: pp. Description. Goracci C., Cadenaro M., Fontanive L., Giangrosso G., Juloski J., Vichi A., et. PS ( n = 5) was tested in a high compliance system, using two specimen heights (1.5 mm and 4.0 mm). Professional. According to manufacturer’s information, each unit delivered an irradiance of 1,200 mW/cm 2 . Shrinkage force was monitored for 10 min and maximum nominal stress was calculated dividing the highest force value recorded by the cross-section area of the rod. 234-249. Dent Mater 2005; 21: pp. Averages and standard deviations for polymerization stress, flexural modulus, polymerization shrinkage and maximum shrinkage rate of the tested composites All values correspond to data recorded 10 min after the onset of photoactivation (except maximum shrinkage rate). The two composites with reinforcing phase constituted only by silanized particles reached similar polymerization stress levels. Filtek Z250 13. Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. PS was not affected by specimen height for any of the tested materials. Several studies using the same test set up used in the present investigation found a direct correlation between stress and shrinkage . It was demonstrated that shrinkage is greatly reduced in the direction of continuous long fibers . The same seems valid for polymerization stress. − Polymerization stress increased when 3% of particles were replaced by short fibers. However, the available literature shows that random short fibers may have different effects on post-gel shrinkage depending on the composite fiber content, testing method and the choice of controls . Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. 3. J Dent Res 2011; 90: pp. × 6. Silane content on the fibers was 6%, as determined by thermogravimetric analysis. : Packable composites: overview and technical considerations. p > 0.05). If we take a cylinder and subject it to tensile stress or compressive stress, there is simultaneous axial and lateral strain.Within the elastic range the ratio of the lateral to the axial strain is called Poisson's ratio… 13. Photoinitiators (camphorquinone and ethyl-4 dimethylamino benzoate, EDMAB) were added at 0.5% (by weight) each. Introduction. 1 Maximum shrinkage rate was statistically similar among experimental materials. Significance Anne C.E. Polymerization stress was not affected by replacing 6% of particles with fibers. High-aspect ratio fiber-reinforced composites are not suitable for restoring the entire cavity due to their poor polishing, and a “cap” of particle-filled composite must be applied as the last increment. Prior to the test, methyl methacrylate was applied to the sandblasted surfaces to improve wetting by a thin layer of unfilled resin (Scotchbond Multipurpose Plus, 3 M ESPE). Dent Mater 25: 331-338. Volumetric shrinkage was reduced only in the composite with 6% of fibers. 3 J Prosthet Dent 2015; 115: pp. In the present study, polymerization stress was evaluated along with its main determinants, namely, shrinkage, elastic modulus and reaction kinetics (here represented by maximum shrinkage rate) . The proportional limit C. Materials subjected to such a stress undergo material fatigue, which means they fracture at a stress lower than the value required for a single load application. Stress - Strain curve or Stress - Strain graph is also explained in detail. : The use of continuous fiber reinforcement in dentistry. Replacing 6% of particles by fibers did not increase PS significantly. Korabi R(1), Shemtov-Yona K(1), Rittel D(1). Goncalves F., Azevedo C.L., Ferracane J.L., Braga R.R. 4 When the composite with 6% of fibers is compared to the experimental control, it is licit to assume that the lower shrinkage of the former was offset by the 41% higher flexural modulus of the latter, resulting in statistically similar polymerization stress values. Dent Mater 2015; 31: pp. Flexural modulus was calculated based on the load versus displacement curve obtained in three-point bending testing. However, differences in polymerization stress among materials cannot always be explained in such a straightforward manner. Lower shrinkage values were also reported with short-fiber composites using the strain gage method, when the fibers are partially oriented parallel to the gage surface . Therefore, a fraction of the shrinkage force is responsible for causing elongation of the rods situated between the extensometer fixation clamps and, as a consequence, is not recorded by the load cell . Acrylic rods were used as bonding substrate in the polymerization stress test based upon a previous investigation showing that stress data from a high compliance system presented a stronger correlation with in vitro tests evaluating the quality of bonded interfaces, in comparison with the use of a low compliance system . The decrease in mercury column height due to composite shrinkage was monitored for 60 min, at the rate of 0.1 s −1 . Fig. Flexural modulus was calculated using data obtained from the initial portion of the load versus displacement curve, according to the following equation: In all three experimental composites, filler fraction was 60 vol%, divided between fibers (0%, 3% or 6%) and silanized barium glass particles (D 50 : 1.0 μm). : Polymerization stress, shrinkage and elastic modulus of current low-shrinkage restorative composites. More recently, a bulk-fill composite containing filler particles and high aspect ratio E-glass fibers (17 μm in diameter and 1–2 mm in length, AR: 59–118) was developed. Its mechanical strength is comparable with those presented by particulate composites , while fracture toughness seems to be improved by the presence of fibers . Replacing 3% (by volume) of the filler particles by glass fibers significantly increased polymerization stress of experimental composites (regardless of specimen height). E It is important to mention that reaction kinetics (expressed by the maximum shrinkage rate) was not affected by the replacement of particles by fibers and, therefore, differences in polymerization stress results cannot be attributed to this variable. Therefore, some of the clinical problems usually associated with polymerization stress, such as marginal gaps and the development of white lines due to enamel cracking at the margins, may be less of a concern. Mechanical properties and parameters that are measures of the elastic strain or plastic strain behavior of dental materials include elastic modulus (also called Young’s modulus or modulus of elasticity), dynamic Young’s modulus (determined by the measurement of ultrasonic wave velocity), shear modulus, flexibility, resilience, and Poisson’s ratio. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. 1.5 mm The unfilled resin was light-cured for 10 s (Radii-cal, SDI, Victoria, Australia). Average curves of composite polymerization shrinkage as a function of time. J Prosthet Dent 1962; 12: pp. 2.1 : Mechanical properties, fracture resistance, and fatigue limits of short fiber reinforced dental composite resin. It is important to mention that reaction kinetics (expressed by the maximum shrinkage rate) was not affected by the replacement of particles by fibers and, therefore, differences in polymerization stress results cannot be attributed to this variable. This rationale explains the difference in polymerization stress between the experimental control and the composite containing 3% of fibers, i.e. : Influence of the bonding substrate in dental composite polymerization stress testing. : The effect of fiber orientation on the polymerization shrinkage strain of fiber-reinforced composites. At both specimen heights, the composite with 3% of fibers presented significantly higher PS than the controls (which showed similar PS values). Replacing particles with fibers led to significant reductions in flexural modulus. Unfortunately, short fibers do not provide the same level of strength obtained with long continuous fibers and, if they are randomly oriented, a four-fold lower strength is expected . Dent Mater 2010; 26: pp. Flexural modulus was calculated using data obtained from the initial portion of the load versus displacement curve, according to the following equation: Data were subjected to normality (Anderson-Darling) and homogeneity of variance (Levene) tests. A clinically relevant, but least explored aspect of fiber reinforced composites is their polymerization shrinkage and associated polymerization stress. Fig. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. Fiber length distribution is shown in the histogram in Fig. For these two composites, data scattering was much higher for the taller specimens likely due to the increased difficulty in shaping a higher volume of composite. This deficiency is considered to be a major short coming especially with the wide spread use of ceramics in dentistry, the elastic–plastic mechanical properties of these materials is of considerable interest. 645-652. , Daniela Mita J Esthet Dent 1999; 11: pp. 119-121. Averages and standard deviations for polymerization stress, flexural modulus, polymerization shrinkage and maximum shrinkage rate of the tested composites All values correspond to data recorded 10 min after the onset of photoactivation (except maximum shrinkage rate). OF DENTAL MATERIALS. Based on the above, the objective of the present investigation was to evaluate, in a series of experimental composites, the effect of replacing filler particles by high aspect ratio glass fibers on the polymerization stress and its determinants (i.e., volumetric shrinkage and flexural modulus). For these two composites, data scattering was much higher for the taller specimens likely due to the increased difficulty in shaping a higher volume of composite. Also, the experimental control and the composite with 3% of fibers showed similar shrinkage, but the latter developed higher stresses. Elastic limit is the maximum stress that a material will withstand without permanent deformation. × p > 0.05). This is primarily due to keeping the structure in a strained condition for some finite interval of time and hence causing some amount of plastic strain. and Roberto R. Braga A spherical indenter was used to test the materials with nanometer and micro-Newton displacement and force … Author information: (1)Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technion, Haifa, 32000, Israel. al. J Prosthet Dent 1984; 51: pp. A Newtonian fluid has a constant viscosity and exhibits a constant scope of shear stress plotted against the strains rate (a straight line), many dental materials exhibit pseudoplastic behavior – their viscosity deceases with increasing shear rate until it reaches a nearly constant value. Therefore, some of the clinical problems usually associated with polymerization stress, such as marginal gaps and the development of white lines due to enamel cracking at the margins, may be less of a concern. Bocalon However, it is possible that this effect was overshadowed by an increase in composite “apparent modulus” also caused by fiber orientation. Still, randomly oriented short fibers are effective polymer-reinforcing agents depending on their volume fraction, aspect ratio ( i.e. It is the endurance limit that is, maximum stress cycles that can be maintained without failure. Polymerization stress was not significantly affected by specimen height. : Polymerization efficiency and flexural strength of low-stress restorative composites. Petersen R.C., Lemons J.E., McCracken M.S. 3 09/28/2010. Stress values from high compliance systems are usually lower than those obtained in more rigid ( i.e ., low compliance) systems due to the relatively low elastic modulus of the bonding substrate. This project was funded by FAPESP (The State of São Paulo Research Foundation), grant 2013/13805-7, and PIBIC/CNPq (National Counsel of Technological and Scientific Development). Dental Materials, 2016-09-01, Volume 32, Issue 9, Pages 1079-1084, Copyright © 2016 The Academy of Dental Materials. 1356-1362. Discussion Volumetric shrinkage was reduced only in the composite with 6% of fibers. 1.53 (0.48) B Three specimens were tested in each group. 2.4 The elastic limit B. The rods were attached to the opposite fixtures of a universal testing machine (Instron 5565, Canton, MA, USA) and positioned at pre-set distances of 1.5 mm or 4.0 mm. Dental Materials MCQS - Physical Properties 1. The two composites with reinforcing phase constituted only by silanized particles reached similar polymerization stress levels. That occurs because stiffer composites cause more bending of the bonding substrate at the composite/rod interface due to composite transversal shrinkage, which leads to a reduction in the load cell reading . Freilich M.A., Karmaker A.C., Burstone C.J., Goldberg A.J. 7. Prior to the test, methyl methacrylate was applied to the sandblasted surfaces to improve wetting by a thin layer of unfilled resin (Scotchbond Multipurpose Plus, 3 M ESPE). 3.19 (0.38) A Smith D.C.: Recent developments and prospects in dental polymers. In the 1990s, composites containing relatively low aspect ratio glass fibers (AR < 10) as part of the filler systems became commercially available. 993-1000. Garoushi S., Vallittu P.K., Lassila L.V. The rods were attached to the opposite fixtures of a universal testing machine (Instron 5565, Canton, MA, USA) and positioned at pre-set distances of 1.5 mm or 4.0 mm. J Prosthet Dent 1998; 80: pp. Though mechanically these materials did not stand out amidst particle-only materials , in one of them fibers were responsible for its “packable” viscosity . × A commercial composite containing 60 vol% of fillers (0.19–3.3 μm, Filtek Z250, shade A3, 3 M ESPE, St Paul, MN, USA) was used as an additional control. On the other hand, in 4.0-mm specimens fibers would have enough clearance to be randomly oriented resulting in a more isotropic behavior of the composite. Garoushi S., Vallittu P.K., Watts D.C., Lassila L.V. A bi-axial flexure test (piston-on-three-balls), a four-point flexure test, and a diametral tensile test were used to measure the failure stress of four brittle dental materials: zinc phosphate cement, body porcelain, opaque porcelain, and visible light-cured resin composite. : Evaluation of polymerization shrinkage and hydroscopic expansion of fiber-reinforced biocomposites using optical fiber Bragg grating sensors. Polymerization stress (MPa) 55. 1435-1443. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. Average curves of composite polymerization stress as a function of time, in both specimen configuration (1.5 mm and 4.0 mm heights). 14. While one study found lower stress for an experimental fiber-reinforced composite in comparison to a commercial particle-filled control , a recent study evaluating bulk-fill composites reported significantly higher polymerization stress values and interfacial debonding for a fiber-reinforced composite . Restorative dental materials are subjected to temperature changes in the mouth. Kardos J.L., Halpin J.C.: Short predicting the strength and toughness of fiber composites. 294-310. FM was tested in three-point bending ( n = 10). , between materials with similar shrinkage, polymerization stress is inversely related to composite elastic modulus. 2 . 2. Its mechanical strength is comparable with those presented by particulate composites , while fracture toughness seems to be improved by the presence of fibers . 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This result agrees with a previous study that, using the same testing method, found that among bulk-fill composites, a material containing glass fibers developed the highest stress . Methods: A nano-based indentation system (Ultra Micro-Indentation System, UMIS-2000, CSIRO, Australia) was used to determine the indentation stress-strain response of two kinds of dental ceramics (Cerec 2 Mark II and Vita VM9), one kind of dental alloy (Wiron 99) and healthy enamel. An LVDT probe (linear variable differential transducer) was positioned touching the mercury surface. The decrease in mercury column height due to composite shrinkage was monitored for 60 min, at the rate of 0.1 s −1 . Dental Materials, 2016-09-01, Volume 32, Issue 9, Pages 1079-1084, Copyright © 2016 The Academy of Dental Materials 369-374. Acrylic rods were used as bonding substrate in the polymerization stress test based upon a previous investigation showing that stress data from a high compliance system presented a stronger correlation with in vitro tests evaluating the quality of bonded interfaces, in comparison with the use of a low compliance system . Composite formulation Composite volumetric shrinkage was measured in a mercury dilatometer (ADA Health Foundation, Gaithersburg, MD, USA). For this reason, short fibers are very often used to reinforce polymers. Still, investigating their polymerization stress behavior is important in order to access, for example, a possible risk of internal gap formation and the post-operative sensitivity. The same seems valid for polymerization stress. Dent Mater 2011; 27: pp. Dental Materials Journal, vol. 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