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Retention Force of Glass Ionomer Based Luting Cements with Posterior Primary Zirconium Crowns A Comparative in Vitro Study

  • Tarun Walia1,*,
  • Carel Brigi2
  • Mona Mohsen Ziadkhani3
  • Afaf Amjad Khayat4
  • Zohreh Tabibzadeh2

1Unit of Pediatric Dentistry,Department of Growth & Development, College of Dentistry, Ajman University, Ajman, UAE

2College of Dentistry, Ajman University, Ajman, UAE

3New Ivory Dental and Implant Clinic, Dubai, UAE

4Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Department of Postdoctoral Prosthodontics, Boston, MA, USA

DOI: 10.17796/1053-4625-45.4.7 Vol.45,Issue 4,October 2021 pp.259-264

Published: 01 October 2021

*Corresponding Author(s): Tarun Walia E-mail: ttww@yahoo.com

Abstract

Objective: To determine the retentive force of three glass-ionomer luting cements used with prefabricated primary zirconium crowns (PPZCs) and to assess whether the retentive force was dependent on cementation material or different PPZCs brands. Study design: Four mandibular right second molar PPZCs were selected, one each from four manufacturers–NuSmile®ZR, Sprig Crowns, Cheng Crowns and Kinder Krowns. Silicone impressions of the outer surface of crowns were taken; stone dies prepared and reduced to fit the corresponding brand. 24 alginate impressions of each die obtained and filled with core buildup flowable composite. 96 composite tooth-replicas thus achieved were divided into four groups and further categorized into three subgroups of eight samples based on luting cements used – BioCem, FujiCEM®2 and KetacCem. Samples were thermocycled, placed in artificial saliva for one week followed by assessment of retentive force for crown dislodgment and failure mode. Results: Data was statistically evaluated using two-way ANOVA, HSD (P <0.05). KetacCem had the lowest retentive force while BioCem showed comparatively higher value to FujiCEM®2. Adhesive failure modes were predominant with cement mainly adhering to crown’s internal surface. Conclusions: Resin-based GI cements offered superior retention than conventional GI cements for PPZCs and retentive force was dependent on cement type.

Keywords

Primary zirconia crowns; Luting cement; Retentive force

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Tarun Walia,Carel Brigi,Mona Mohsen Ziadkhani,Afaf Amjad Khayat,Zohreh Tabibzadeh. Retention Force of Glass Ionomer Based Luting Cements with Posterior Primary Zirconium Crowns A Comparative in Vitro Study. Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry. 2021. 45(4);259-264.

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