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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Impact of Coronal Sealing Ability of Three Temporary Restorative Materials to Prevent Microleakage: A Comparative Study

Himani Shah, Khoobi Shah, Mauli Shah, Karishnee Patel, Parin Shah, Nilakshi Panchal, Disha Patel

Keywords : Coronal sealing ability, Microleakage, Temporary restorative materials

Citation Information :

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10015-1822

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published Online: 00-06-2021

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2021; Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.


Abstract

Aim and objective: This study aimed to evaluate the impact of coronal sealing ability of three temporary restorative materials called Orafil LC, Cavit-G, and Coltosol to prevent microleakage. Materials and methods: Endodontic access cavities were prepared in 60 caries-free human extracted premolars. All 60 extracted teeth were divided into 3 experimental groups randomly and filled with Orafil LC, Cavit-G, and Coltosol into 4 mm deep cavities. The thermocycling process was performed and then all 60 teeth were immersed in 10% India ink at 37°C for 1 week. Teeth were sectioned buccolingually and a stereomicroscope was used to measure dye penetration. Data were analyzed using Fisher\'s exact test. Results: There were significant differences present between Orafil LC, Cavit-G, and Orafil LC–Coltosol groups. The highest and lowest leakage scores were present in Coltosol and Orafil LC experimental groups, respectively. Conclusion: Orafil LC showed better sealing ability compared to Cavit-G and Coltosol. The selection of temporary restorative material is very important for long-term endodontic treatment success. Clinical significance: The importance of temporary restorative materials should not be ignored by a dental practitioner. Orafil LC showed better sealing ability compared to other materials.


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