2017
DOI: 10.1080/23337931.2016.1276838
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The combined effect of food-simulating solutions, brushing and staining on color stability of composite resins

Abstract: Objective: This study evaluated the effect of food-simulating media associated with brushing and coffee staining on color stability of different composite resins. Materials and methods: Eighty specimens were prepared for each composite: Grandio SO (Voco), Amaris (Voco), Filtek Z350XT (3M/ESPE), Filtek P90 (3M/ESPE). They were divided into four groups according to food-simulating media for 7 days: artificial saliva (control), heptane, citric acid and ethanol. The composite surface was submitted to 10,950 brushi… Show more

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“…Our results showed that coffee has high capacity of staining on composite resins used which was in accordance with previous studies done by Mundim FM et al (2010) (30), Tania mara da silva et al (2017) (31) and Macedo et al (2018) (32), which demonstrated that certain substances as coffee may cause more severe staining than others. The discrepancies between these studies may be explained by the differences in experimental methodologies, types and concentration of solutions used, and restorative materials used.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 93%
“…Our results showed that coffee has high capacity of staining on composite resins used which was in accordance with previous studies done by Mundim FM et al (2010) (30), Tania mara da silva et al (2017) (31) and Macedo et al (2018) (32), which demonstrated that certain substances as coffee may cause more severe staining than others. The discrepancies between these studies may be explained by the differences in experimental methodologies, types and concentration of solutions used, and restorative materials used.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 93%
“…Some studies try to use more accurate protocols to simulate ageing in mouth, such as protocols based on a pH-cycling regimen and tooth brushing cycles [161,162]. Colour stability was tested after combined effect of tooth brushing cycles, food-simulating solutions, and staining in coffee [163].…”
Section: In Vitro Ageingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These solutions were chosen as the most common daily beverages known to have staining potentials and cover a wide variety of staining shades. 32,78,79 Distilled water was chosen as a control group ( Figure 6). Four weeks were chosen in according to previous studies, which is equivalent to 2.5 years of clinical aging.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%