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Effects of Nd:YAG laser irradiation on the hybrid layer of different adhesive systems.

Ferreira, Leila S; Ferreira, Lisiane Soares; Francci, Carlos; Navarro, Ricardo Scarparo; Calheiros, Fernanda Calabró; Eduardo, Carlos de Paula.
J Adhes Dent; 11(2): 117-25, 2009 Apr.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-19492713


The aim of this in vitro study was to evaluate the microtensile bond strength (microTBS) and hybrid layer morphology of different adhesive systems, either followed by treatment with NdYAG laser irradiation or not. Previous studies have shown the effects of NdYAG laser irradiation on the dentin surface at restoration margins, but there are few reports about the significance of the irradiation on the hybrid layer. MATERIALS AND


The flattened coronal and root dentin samples of 24 bovine teeth were randomly divided into 8 groups, according to the adhesive system used -- Scotchbond Multi Purpose (SBMP) or Clearfil SE Bond (CSEB) -- and were either irradiated with NdYAG or not, with different parameters 0.8 W/10 Hz, 0.8 W/20 Hz, 1.2 W/10 Hz, 1.2 W/20 Hz. The left sides of specimens were the control groups, and right sides were irradiated. A composite crown was built over bonded surfaces and stored in water (24 h at 37 degrees C). Specimens were sectioned vertically into slabs that were subjected to microTBS testing and observed by SEM.


Control groups (27.81 +/- 1.38) showed statistically higher values than lased groups (21.37 +/- 0.99), and CSEB control group values (31.26 +/- 15.71) were statistically higher than those of SBMP (24.3 +/- 10.66). There were no significant differences between CSEB (20.34 +/- 10.01) and SBMP (22.43 +/- 9.82) lased groups. Among parameters tested, 0.8 W/10 Hz showed the highest value (25.54 +/- 11.74). NdYAG laser irradiation caused dentin to melt under the adhesive layer of both adhesive systems tested.


With the parameters used in this study, NdYAG laser irradiation of the hybrid layer promoted morphological changes in dentin and negatively influenced the bond strength of both adhesive systems.