The goals of the present study were to evaluate, in vitro, the staining of different composite resins submitted to different common beverages, and to compare the staining effect of each of these solutions. A total of 288 specimens were randomly divided into six groups and immersed for 4 weeks in five staining solutions represented by red wine, orange juice, coke, tea and coffee or in artificial saliva as a control group. When analyzed over a black background, mean ÎE00 values varied from 0.8 for Venus Diamond, Saremco Microhybrid and ELS in saliva and Estelite Posterior in coke to 37.6 for Filtek Supreme in red wine. When analyzed over a white background, mean ÎE00 values varied from 0.5 for Saremco Microhybrid in saliva to 51.1 for Filtek Supreme in red wine. All materials showed significant changes in color after 4 weeks of immersion in staining solutions. Significant differences were found between the tested composite resins and also between the staining solutions.
|Titolo:||Color stability of different composite resins after polishing|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 - Articolo su rivista|
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