Abstract. Introduction. Subjects and Methods. Results. Discussion. Conclusion. References. Article Figures. With regard to biocompatibility, two articles showed biodentine to be better and two showed comparable results, while in the case of sealing ability, one article. The article provides an overview of Biodentine clinical applications summarizing published clinical trials and reporting published clinical cases with this material.
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Biodentine favorably affected healing when placed directly in contact with the pulp by enhancing the proliferation, migration, and adhesion of human dental pulp stem cells, confirming the bioactive and biocompatible characteristics of the material [ 42 ]. Radiopacity Radiopacity is an important property expected from a retrograde or repair material as these materials are generally applied in low thicknesses and they need to be easily discerned from surrounding tissues.
Preoperative radiograph Click here to view. Considering that acid etching is one of the steps following the application of Biodentine for the provision of mechanical adhesion, the authors aimed to assess whether any alterations exist in articpes of compressive artickes following the etching procedure.
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The major ones being very long setting time and difficult manipulation. The authors commented that despite the uneven and crystalline surface topography of both Biodentine and MTA compared to the smooth surface texture of the glass ionomer, cell adhesion and adticles were determined to be more favorable in the aforementioned materials compared to glass atticles. Biodentine is comparatively a new biomaterial claimed to possess properties similar to MTA and is currently explored for vital pulp therapy procedures.
Properties of a new root-end filling material.
MTA versus Biodentine: Review of Literature with a Comparative Analysis
Management of a large periapical biodentjne using Biodentine as retrograde restoration with 18 months evident follow up. Grech L et al. During the last years, there have been many changes in the way of performing endodontic treatment. This subjective comment was further supported in a study by Tanalp et al.
Difficult handling Mooney GC and North S [ 62 ] observed that the manipulation of MTA was messy when the moisture was excessive in the preparation which further results in soupy material and hence difficult to use Discoloration Accorinte ML et al. When specifically used as a liner or base material, leakage of Biodentine should especially be considered as leakage may result in postoperative sensitivity and secondary caries, leading to the failure of the treatment.
The hydration reaction during setting occurs between tricalcium silicate and dicalcium silicate to form a ibodentine hydroxide and calcium silicate hydrate gel, producing an alkaline pH. These gaps were defined as significant as they had the potential to allow the ingress and transmission of microorganisms [ 20 ].
These defective regions were regarded as undesirable areas facilitating the migration of the microorganisms towards the pulp and predisposing the tooth to an endodontic infection. Scripta Scientifica Medicinae Dentalis; However, the exact concentration of its components has artlcles been provided by the manufacturer, various researchers have studied the same and provided the data.
Abstract Biodentine is a calcium-silicate based material that has drawn attention in recent years and has been advocated to be used in various clinical applications, such as root perforations, apexification, resorptions, retrograde fillings, pulp capping procedures, and dentine replacement.
Direct pulp capping after a carious exposure versus root canal treatment: Perforation repair Furcal or root Hassan FN et al.
MTA versus Biodentine: Review of Literature with a Comparative Analysis
Therefore, Biodentine has a great improvement compared to MTA in terms of setting time. Upon blending of these raw materials; tricalcium silicate, dicalcium silicate, tricalcium aluminate, tetracalcium aluminoferrite are produced [ 9 ].
Compared to others calcium based cements, this material presents two advantages: Mineral trioxide aggregate MTA is a biomaterial that has been investigated for applications in restorative dentistry since the early s. A series biodentkne fifteen cases. Reparative dentinogenesis induced by mineral trioxide aggregate: They concluded that Biodentine resulted in the formation of calcium silicate hydrate and calcium and hydroxide, leached in solution.
The current opinions and use of MTA for apical barrierformation of non-vital immature permanent incisors by consultants in paediatricdentistry in the UK. They further noted that the material had the ability to maintain a successful marginal integrity due to the formation of hydroxyapatite crystals at the surface which enhances the sealing ability.
Microleakage When specifically used as a liner or base material, leakage of Biodentine should especially be considered as leakage may result in postoperative sensitivity and secondary caries, leading to the failure of the treatment. Calcium hydroxide ions released from cement during setting phase of Biodentine increases pH to Clinical applications Related studies Pulp capping Primary teeth: Microleakage evaluation around retrograde filling materials prepared using conventional and ultrasonic techniques.
Int J Dent Clin ;6: This high alkalinity has inhibitory effect on the growth of microorganism and causes disinfection of dentin. Online since 10 th June, This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the clinical response of pulp-dentin complex after DPC with MTA and biodentine in carious teeth. Favorable results were obtained for Portland Cement PC and Biodentine and these 2 materials demonstrated color stability over a period of 5 days. The effect of condensation pressure on selected physical properties of mineral trioxideaggregate. Clinical long-term evaluation of MTA as a direct pulp capping material in primary teeth.
This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Cell death under these circumstances occurs due to apoptosis or necrosis [ 36 ]. The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this paper. De Souza ET et al.
Interestingly, impedance values were stabilized after 5 days for the glass ionomer cement while at least 14 days were necessary for the calcium silicate based cement. Considering that Biodentine is recommended for use as a dentine substitute under permanent restorations, studies were performed that assess the bond strength of the material with different bonding systems.
Calcite CaCO 3 has two distinct functions: Toxic elements in composition Asgary S et al. The setting time of biodentlne mixture is calculated bikdentine the time taken from the start of mixing until the indentor fails to leave a mark on the set material surface.
How to cite this URL: A total of 52 papers were included that consisted of those directly focusing on Biodentine as well as relavant papers that do not include Biodentine but are related to dental materials in general. Setting Reaction Setting reaction of Biodentine: Repair of furcal perforation treated with mineral trioxide aggregate in a primary molar tooth: