Spatially resolved assessments of composite shrinkage in MOD restorations using a digital-image-correlation technique

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Objectives: To analyze the influence of cavity geometry and lining materials in MOD composite restorations by characterizing the polymerization shrinkage and cusp deflection. Methods: Eighty intact molars with similar sizes were collected and randomly divided into eight groups. MOD cavities with various widths and depths were prepared on these teeth: Group I, 2(W) × 2(D) mm; Group II, 4(W) × 2(D) mm; Groups III, IIIf, IIIg, 2(W) × 4(D) mm; and Groups IV, IVf, IVg, 4(W) × 4(D) mm. In Groups IIIf and IVf, flowable composite liner was placed prior to composite restoration, while glass-ionomer liner was used in Groups IIIg and IVg. Deformations of restorations resulted from composite shrinkage were recorded for 30 min following light irradiation using a digital-image-correlation (DIC) method to subpixel level. The displacements at the boundaries of the restorations were analyzed using one-way ANOVA and the post hoc test at a 5% significance level. The correlation between the geometric factors and the displacements was also analyzed. Results: The inward displacements on free surfaces were greater than those on the bonded surfaces. Groups with flowable composite linings showed greater amount of displacements on free and bonded surfaces compared to the unlined and glass ionomer lining groups. The correlation analysis showed that the free surface shrinkage was related with the cavity width and C-factor, while cusp deflections were correlated with the cavity depth and the cusp compliance. Significance: The DIC technique measures composite shrinkage on different boundaries of restorations to facilitate the investigation of polymerization kinetics. Using flowable composite lining and increased cusp depth may aggravate the cusp flexure.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)134-143
Number of pages10
JournalDental Materials
Volume27
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011 Feb 1

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Restoration
Linings
Polymerization
Composite materials
Ionomers
Compliance
Analysis of Variance
Tooth
Correlation methods
Light
Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
Glass
flowable hybrid composite
Irradiation
Kinetics
Geometry
glass ionomer

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  • Materials Science(all)
  • Dentistry(all)
  • Mechanics of Materials

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