Creep em resinas compostas fotopolimerizáveis. / Creep of light-cured posterior composite resins




The posterior composite resins dental restorative materials, have been, extensively, used in substitution of dental amalgam, in function of its aesthetic best. Although the use of those resins, in areas subject to the forces occlusal, increased significantly, the nead evaluation of the behavior of “static creep”–important property to be considered in those situations–it is not very disclosed. For this reason, the objective of the present paper was to determine the “static creep” of the composite resins: Alert [A], Charisma F [C], Heliomolar Radiopaque [H], Solitaire [S] and Tetric Ceram [T], by evaluation means of the permanent deformation. That deformation was determined in specimens submitted to a constant compressive load of 36MPa, in 37 + 1ºC, immerged in recipient contend water, for periods of 15 minutes, 1 hour and 24 hours. The results obtained in that experiment present the quantitative values of the “creep” in crescent order, for the period of 15 minutes: H, T, C, S, A; in 1 hour: H, T, C, S, A and in 24 hours: H, T, C, S, A. The profile analysis of the “creep” for five composite resins evaluated in the four pre-determined periods demonstrated similar results for C, S, T in 15 minutes, A, C, S, in 1 hour and C, S for 24 hour, and different for H in every observed time.


resinas compostas fotopolimerizáveis materiais dentários

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