Effect of root canal sealer and artificial accelerated aging on fibreglass post bond strength to intraradicular dentin

Abstract
Objectives: To evaluate the effect of root canal sealers (RCS) and specimen aging on the bond strength of fibre posts to bovine intraradicular dentin. Material and Methods: 80 teeth were used according the groups - Sealapextm, Sealer 26®, AH Plus® and speci - mens aging - test with no aging and with aging. The canals prepared were fi lled using one of each RCS. The posts were cemented. Roots were cross-sectioned to obtain two slices of each third. Samples were submitted to push-out test. Failure mode was evaluated under a confocal microscope. The data were analysed by ANOVA, Tukey's, and Dunnet tests (? = 0.05). Results: No signi fi cant difference was detected among RCS. Aged control presented higher bond strength than immediate control. The aging did not result significant difference. Adhesive cement-dentin failure was prevalent in all groups. Conclusions: RCS interfered negatively with bonding of fibreglass posts cemented with self-adhesive resin cement to intraradicular dentin.
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Santana, Fernanda-Ribeiro ; Soares, Carlos-José ; Ferreira, Josemar-Martins ; Valdivi, Andréa-Dolores-Correia-Miranda ; Souza, João-Batista-de ; Estrela, Carlos. Effect of root canal sealer and artificial accelerated aging on fibreglass post bond strength to intraradicular dentin. En: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry, 2014, Vol. 6, No. 4: 350-356