Clinical evaluation of composite restorations based on oral hygiene

E. V. Bezvushko, O. O. Shpotyuk

Abstract


The article describes the clinical effectiveness of restorations performed by composite materials for the restoration of hard tissues of teeth. Evaluated the status of restorations in children with different levels of oral hygiene. Influence of hygiene on the state of seals in 3,6,12 months. 

The aim of the study. Clinically assess the quality of restorations of chewing teeth made of composite materials with regard to oral hygiene. 

Material and methods of investigation. A total of 92 children aged 12-17 years were examined in whom 128 teeth with Cari I defects in Black were reconstructed with composite materials. To repair the defects, composite materials Charisma, Dipol and Esta-3 light curing were used. 

Results of the study and their discussion. In children with poor oral hygiene, the quality of the seals is deteriorated for all materials compared to children with good and satisfactory oral hygiene. Especially the number of teeth with violation of marginal adaptation, discrepancy of color, discomfort and marginal pigmentation increases. It should be noted that the disruption of the anatomical form of the restorations (6.9%), the appearance of roughness (8.6%), color disturbance (10.6%) and the appearance of pigmentation (17.7%) were detected more often in caries defects, Dipol. With poor oral hygiene, the violation of the anatomical structure of the restorations from the Charisma composite (2.3%) and the Esta-3 material (5.9%) is more often compared with children with good and satisfactory oral hygiene. 

Conclusions: Thus, the evaluation of the quality of restorations of the chewing group of teeth with composite materials showed that the level of oral hygiene significantly affects the quality of the fillings.      


Keywords


restoration; functioning; filling; chewing group of teeth; oral hygiene; physical properties of restorations.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11603/2311-9624.2017.2.7963

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