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Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift

, Volume 160, Issue 9–10, pp 230–234 | Cite as

Dichtigkeit von Wurzelkanalfüllungen mit GuttaFlow® und Resilon™ im Vergleich zur lateralen Kondensation

  • Lumnije KqikuEmail author
  • Ivana Miletic
  • Hans Jürgen Gruber
  • Ivica Anic
  • Peter Städtler
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Zusammenfassung

Epiphany/Resilon™ und GuttaFlow® sind neu entwickelte Methoden zur Obturation des Wurzelkanalsystems. Epiphany/Resilon™ ist ein thermoplastisches, synthetisches Wurzelfüllungsmaterial auf Polymerbasis, mit dem eine Haftung am Dentin der Wurzelkanalwand ermöglicht werden soll. GuttaFlow® ist ein Kaltfüllsystem für Wurzelkanäle, welches Sealer und Guttapercha in einem Produkt vereint. Es wurde untersucht, ob mit Epiphany/Resilon™ oder GuttaFlow® eine dichtere Wurzelkanalfüllung erzielt werden kann als mit der lateralen Kondensation von Guttapercha. Für diese Studie wurden 45 extrahierte menschliche Zähne verwendet, welche zuerst alle chemomechanisch aufbereitet wurden und anschließend in drei Gruppen aufgeteilt und mit folgenden Materialien gefüllt: Guttapercha/AH Plus, Epiphany/Resilon™ und GuttaFlow®. Beim Farbstoffpenetrationstest wurden alle Zähne bei 400 U/min 3 Min. lang mit 1 ml 2 % Methylenblau zentrifugiert und 3 Tage in Salpetersäure 65 % gelegt, um sie aufzulösen. Danach wurde die Menge des in Lösung gegangenen Farbstoffs im Photometer bestimmt. Wurzelkanalfüllungen mit Epiphany/Resilon™ zeigten weniger Farbstoffpenetration als Wurzelkanalfüllungen mit lateraler Kondensation von Guttapercha und GuttaFlow®. Epiphany/Resilon™ ist hervorragend als Wurzelkanalfüllmaterial geeignet.

Schlüsselwörter

Epiphany/Resilon™ GuttaFlow® Endodontie Obturation Farbstoffpenetration Farbstoffextraktion 

Microleakage of root canal fillings with GuttaFlow® and Resilon™ compared with lateral condensation

Summary

Epiphany/Resilon™ and GuttaFlow® are newly developed methods for obturation of the root canal system. Epiphany/Resilon™ is a thermoplastic, synthetic polymer-based root canal filling material which enables the bonding to the dentin root canal wall during root canal obturation. GuttaFlow® is a cold flowable filling system for the obturation of root canals, combining sealer and gutta-percha in one product. The purpose of this study was to assess the leakage of the Epiphany/Resilon™ or GuttaFlow® root canal filling compared with lateral condensation of gutta-percha. For this study were used 45 human extracted teeth, chemo mechanically prepared, divided into three groups and obturated with gutta-percha/AH Plus, Epiphany/Resilon™ and GuttaFlow®. For dye penetration all teeth were centrifuged for three minutes at 30 g in 2% methylene blue and dissolved in 65% nitric acid for 3 days. The extracted methylene blue was determined with Photometer. Root Canal fillings with Epiphany/Resilon™ showed less dye penetration than lateral condensation of gutta-percha and GuttaFlow®. Epiphany/Resilon™ is ideally suited as a root canal filling material.

Keywords

Epiphany/Resilon™ GuttaFlow® Endodontics Obturation Dye penetration Dye extraction 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lumnije Kqiku
    • 1
  • Ivana Miletic
    • 2
  • Hans Jürgen Gruber
    • 3
  • Ivica Anic
    • 2
  • Peter Städtler
    • 1
  1. 1.Klinische Abteilung für Zahnerhaltungskunde der Universitätsklinik für Zahn-Mund- und Kieferheilkunde Graz, Medizinische Universität GrazAustria
  2. 2.Klinische Abteilung für Zahnerhaltungskunde und Endodontie der Medizinischen Universität ZagrebZagrebKroatien
  3. 3.Klinisches Institut für Medizinische und Chemische LabordiagnostikMedizinische Universität GrazAustria

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