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Correction to: Internal and marginal adaptation of high-viscosity bulk-fill composites in class II cavities placed with different adhesive strategies

  • Rainer HaakEmail author
  • Thomas Näke
  • Kyung-Jin Park
  • Dirk Ziebolz
  • Felix Krause
  • Hartmut Schneider
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Correction to: Odontology  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10266-018-0402-1

In the original publication of the article the paragraph “The four resin-based composites…” appearing below the “Materials and methods” section is incomplete. The correct paragraph is provided in this correction below:

The four resin-based composites were applied to the prepared cavities combined with each of the two adhesives (etch-and-rinse, ER; self-etch, SE). Table 1 shows the properties and composition of the materials used and supplementary table 1 summarizes the procedure of application.

Supplementary material 1

Restoration procedure according to manufacturer’s recommendations

 

Material

Workflow

Adhesive

OptiBond FL

1. Etching with 37.5% H3PO4 (30 s for enamel, 15 s for dentin)

2. Adaptation of matrix band (KerrHawe Lucifix® Molar Bands Transparent, KerrHawe SA, Bioggio, CH)

3. Active application of Primer for 15 s

4. Solvent evaporation with oil free air stream for at least 5 s

5. Application of Adhesive for 15 s

6. Gentle blowing for 3 s

7. Light-cure from the occusal for 20 s (1100 mW/cm2 ± 10%; bluephase® (G2), Ivoclar Vivadent AG, Schaan, Liechtenstein)

Xeno V+

1. Adaptation of matrix band (KerrHawe Lucifix® Molar Bands Transparent)

2. Active application of self-etch adhesive for 20 s

3. Gentle blowing for at least 5 s

4. Light-cure from the occusal for 10 s (1100 mW/cm2 ± 10%; bluephase® (G2))

Composite

SonicFill

1. Installing the MULTIflex coupling

2. Checking the pressure (3.5 ± 0.1 bar)

3. Attaching the SONICfill handpiece and inserting the Unidose Tips (power level 3)

4. Application of the filling material in horizontal and oblique layers of 5 mm thickness max. with modelling instruments

5. Light-cure from the occlusal, vestibular and oral surface for 20 s each (1100 mW/cm2 ± 10%; bluephase® (G2))

Tetric EvoCeram Bulk Fill

1. Inserting the Cavifil into injector

2. Application of the filling material in horizontal and oblique layers of 4 mm thickness max. with modelling instruments

3. Light-cure from the occlusal, vestibular and oral surface for 10 s each (1100 mW/cm2 ± 10%; bluephase® (G2))

x-tra fil

1. Inserting the Caps into dispenser

2. Application of the filling material in horizontal and oblique layers of 4 mm thickness max. with modelling instruments

3. Light-cure from the occlusal, vestibular and oral surface for 10 s each (1100 mW/cm2 ± 10%; bluephase® (G2))

Premise

1. Inserting the Unidose into dispenser

2. Application of the filling material in horizontal and oblique layers of 2.5 mm thickness max. with modelling instruments

3. Light-cure from the occlusal, vestibular and oral surface for 10 s each (1100 mW/cm2 ± 10%; bluephase® (G2))

Notes

Copyright information

© The Society of The Nippon Dental University 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Cariology, Endodontology and PeriodontologyUniversity of LeipzigLeipzigGermany

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