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Quintessence International

Edited by Eli Eliav

ISSN 0033-6572 (print) • ISSN 1936-7163 (online)

Publication:
April 2006
Volume 37 , Issue 4

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Effect of fluoride-releasing liner on demineralized dentin

Toshiyuki Itota, DDS, PhD / Satoshi Nakabo, DDS, PhD / Yasuhiro Torii, DDS, PhD / Tomoko Narukami, DDS / Junichi Doi, DDS / Masahiro Yoshiyama, DDS, PhD

Pages: 297303
PMID: 16594361

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the remineralization of residual demineralized dentin underneath restorations by fluoride-releasing liners in vitro. Method and Materials: Two glass-ionomer cement liners, Lining Cement (GC) and RK-141A (GC), and two light-cured resin liners with and without 5 wt% NaF were used in this study. The resin liners were made by mixing TEGDMA and bis-GMA. Class 5 cavities were prepared on extracted human premolars. Demineralized dentin was promoted by using a bacterial caries induction system at the cavity floor. Cavities were restored with a resin composite following application of each liner. Specimens were then stored for 4 weeks at 37C and 100% humidity. After storage, the specimens were cut through the restorations, and axial sections of about 80-m thickness were prepared. Contact microradiographs were taken, and the radiopacity of the demineralized dentin layer underneath the liner was analyzed. Results: The ratios of radiopacity of demineralized dentin under the fluoride-releasing liners were significantly higher than those under the resin liner without fluoride release. Although the amounts of fluoride release from the glass-ionomer cement liners were lower than that from the resin liner with fluoride release, there were no significant differences in the ratios of radiopacity in demineralized dentin layers among the 3 liners with fluoride release. Conclusion: Although the fluoride released from liners can enhance remineralization of demineralized dentin, the amount of fluoride release does not affect the ratio of radiopacity in the remineralized dentin.

(Quintessence Int 2006;37:297303)
Key words: caries, demineralized dentin, fluoride, glass-ionomer cement, liner, remineralization, resin

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