2002
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-64402002000200009
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Abstract: The effect of chelating solutions EDTA, EGTA and CDTA on human dentin adhesiveness and microleakage with 4 sealers (Sealer 26, Sealapex, N-Rickert and Endofill) was evaluated in vitro. Whether or not there was a mathematical correlation between the tests of adhesiveness and microleakage was also evaluated. A total of eighty maxillary and mandibular molars were used to test adhesiveness. After wearing of the occlusal surface to obtain a flat surface, the sealer was placed with an aluminum cylinder (10 mm x 6 mm… Show more

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“…This cracking was also verified in some samples of group MS6 for Endofill sealer. For the AH Plus sealer, no difficulties were found in the removal of the test samples, probably as a result of its higher cohesive strength (21). The use of the molds of group MS5 can be suggested for preparing samples for the solubility test.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This cracking was also verified in some samples of group MS6 for Endofill sealer. For the AH Plus sealer, no difficulties were found in the removal of the test samples, probably as a result of its higher cohesive strength (21). The use of the molds of group MS5 can be suggested for preparing samples for the solubility test.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These materials should present biocompatibility 15,21 and suitable antimicrobial 28 and physiochemical properties 5,19 . In this context, it is important to study the properties of the filling materials in order to establish the appropriate parameters for the development of new products, as well as to evaluate those already available on the market 25 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Different properties of endodontic sealers have been discussed (105)(106)(107)(108), but the endodontic professionals still do not have a material considered ideal. Adherence ability to dentinal walls, with a sealing quality to avoid infiltration, with biocompatibility and stimulation the healing process of the periapical tissues constitute ideal properties.…”
Section: Root Canal Filling and Retreatmentmentioning
confidence: 99%