J Adv Prosthodont.  2021 Feb;13(1):1-11. 10.4047/jap.2021.13.1.1.

Influence of toothbrush abrasion and surface treatments on the color and translucency of resin infiltrated hybrid ceramics

Affiliations
  • 1Department of Prosthetic Dental Sciences, College of Dentistry, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 2Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • 3College of Applied Medical Sciences, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • 4Private Practice at Radiance Dentistry, Irving, TX, USA
  • 5Department of Biomedical Sciences and Comprehensive care, Division of Biomedical and Applied Sciences, Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis, IN, USA

Abstract

PURPOSE
The study compared the color change, lightness, and translucency of hybrid resin ceramics exposed to toothbrush abrasion and surface treatment.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
Four hybrid ceramics [Lava Ultimate (LU), Vita Enamic (EN), Shofu HC (SH), and Crystal Ultra (CU)] were compared with a glass-ceramic (Vita Mark II) control. One hundred and twenty specimen blocks were prepared using a precision saw machine. Specimens in each material were divided into four subgroups based on the surface treatment (polishing or staining) and a storage medium (water or citric acid). Simulated tooth brushing with a mixture of 100 RDA (radioactive abrasives) with 0.3 ml distilled water was used for 3650 cycles (7300 strokes) for each specimen. Measurements for the color change, lightness, and translucency were measured after toothbrushing using a spectrophotometer. Statistical analysis compared outcomes using paired t-test, ANOVA, and Tukey post hoc test.
RESULTS
The maximum color change was identified in SH (stained acid) [1.44 (0.40)], whereas the lowest was identified in EN (polished water) [0.66 (0.16)] material. The maximum and minimum loss of surface translucency was observed in SH (polished water) [12.3 (0.52)] and EN (stained acid) [6.5 (0.55)] specimens, respectively. Lastly, loss of lightness was the highest in VM (polished acid) [69 (0.95)], whereas the lowest was observed in CU (stained water) [56.7 (0.86)].
CONCLUSION
The comparison presented a significant effect of toothbrush abrasion on translucency and lightness of the hybrid resin ceramics. Color change was not significantly influenced irrespective of the storage medium employed. Surface staining demonstrated the preservation and stability of color and optical properties under the influence of toothbrush abrasion and chemical trauma.

Keyword

Hybrids; Ceramic; Dental abrasion; Stains; Dental esthetic
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