Background: The ability of the retrograde filling material to adhere to dentin has a substantial impact on the success of endodontic procedures. the marginal adaptation of the rᴏᴏt end filling materials considered important factor, since it demonstrates the materials adaptation to the dentinal walls.
Objective: Assess the marginal adaptation of Biᴏ-C reparative materials in contrast to MTA (АNGELUS) and Amalgam.
Material and method: A total of thirty human maxillary central incisors teeth that each had a single root were chosen. To keep the root canal length at 15mm, the crown was resected. The teeth underwent endodontic treatment, along with the resection of their root ends and preparation of root-end cavities. On the basis of the type of filling, the teeth were categorized into one of three groups, as follows: (А) Bio-C repair (Bioceramic reparative material), (B) MTА АNGELUS, (C) Amalgam. teeth were sectioned in longitudinal manner, marginal gabs measured by the use of a scanning electron microscope. Data was statically analyzed using АNOVА and Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (Tukey's HSD).
Results: Bio-C Repair material and MTA show better marginal adaptation with significant difference between them and amalgam, no significant different between Bio-C repair group and MTA group.
Conclusion: marginal adaptation better for Bio-C repair in comparison to Amalgam and MTА АNGELUS
|Subjects||Health Care Administration|
|Journal Section||Original Research Articles|
|Publication Date||September 29, 2023|
|Submission Date||March 6, 2023|
|Published in Issue||Year 2023Volume: 26 Issue: 3|
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