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Degradation of Resin Restorative Materials by Streptococcus Mutans: A Pilot Study

  • Ankit K Gautam1,*,
  • Ruchi Thakur1
  • Shashikiran N D1
  • Singla Shilpy1
  • Nikita Agarwal1
  • Shilpi Tiwari1

1Department of Paedodontics and Preventive Dentistry People’s College of Dental Sciences and Research Centre, India

DOI: 10.17796/1053-4628-41.3.225 Vol.41,Issue 3,May 2017 pp.225-227

Published: 01 May 2017

*Corresponding Author(s): Ankit K Gautam E-mail: ankitgautam07@gmail.com

Abstract

Objective: To evaluate the degradation of three resin based restorative materials by S Mutans. Study design: Class I cavity was prepared in extracted premolars and were randomly divided into 3 groups (Group I – Conventional composite (CC), Group II – Resin Modified GIC and Group III–Giomer). Teeth were then restored by respective restorative material and equally divided in two subgroups (Control and Experimental). Experiment subgroup samples were then incubated in 2 ml of BHI with 1:10 dilution of SM (MTCC-497) grown overnight in BHI whereas control subgroup samples were incubated in BHI without SM. The incubation solution was collected at 2,14 and 30 days interval, and the analysis for identification and quantification of Bis-HPPP was done by High performance Liquid Chromatography. Results: Statistical analysis of the collected data revealed a statistically increased Bis HPPP production in the presence of SM in all the tested materials, with minimum in Resin Modified GIC and a maximum in Conventional Composite (CC). Conclusion: SM degrades the resin based restorative materials & among the tested materials Resin Modified GIC appears to be most Biostable.

Keywords

Resin, S mutans, degradation, High performance liquid chromatography

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Ankit K Gautam,Ruchi Thakur,Shashikiran N D,Singla Shilpy,Nikita Agarwal,Shilpi Tiwari. Degradation of Resin Restorative Materials by Streptococcus Mutans: A Pilot Study. Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry. 2017. 41(3);225-227.

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