Randomized controlled split-mouth clinical trial of direct laminate veneers with two micro-hybrid resin composites

Marco M. M. Gresnigt*, Warner Kalk, Mutlu Özcan

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    Abstract

    Objectives: This randomized, split-mouth clinical study evaluated the survival rate of direct laminate veneers made of two resin-composite materials.

    Methods: A total of 23 patients (mean age: 52.4 years old) received 96 direct composite laminate veneers using two micro-hybrid composites in combination with two adhesive resins (Ena-Bond-Enamel HFO: n = 48, Clearfil SE Bond-Miris2: n = 48). Enamel was selectively etched with 38% H3PO4 for 30 s, rinsed 30 s and the corresponding adhesive resin was applied accordingly. Existing resin composite restorations in good conditions (small or big) were not removed but conditioned using silica coating (CoJet) and silanized (ESPE-Sil). Restorations were evaluated at baseline and thereafter every 6 months. Additional qualitative analysis was performed using modified USPHS criteria.

    Results: Mean observation period was 41.3 months. Altogether, 12 absolute failures were observed [survival rate: 87.5%] (Kaplan-Meier). The survival rates with the two resin composites did not show significant differences [Enamel HFO: 81.2%, Miris2: 93.8%] (p > 0.05). The presence of existing composite restorations on the prepared teeth did not affect the survival rate significantly (intact teeth: 100%, small restorations: 90.6%, big restorations: 82.7%) (p > 0.05). Surface roughness and marginal discolouration were the main qualitative deteriorations observed until the final recall. Secondary caries and endodontic complications did not occur in any of the teeth.

    Conclusion: Early findings of this clinical study with the two micro-hybrid composite laminate veneers showed similar survival rate and their clinical performance was not significantly influenced when bonded onto intact teeth or onto teeth with existing restorations with the protocol applied. (C) 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)766-775
    Number of pages10
    JournalJOURNAL OF DENTISTRY
    Volume40
    Issue number9
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Sep-2012

    Keywords

    • Aesthetics
    • Adhesion
    • Clinical trial
    • Direct composite veneers
    • Existing composite restorations
    • Laminate veneer
    • Silica coating
    • Surface conditioning
    • SURFACE CONDITIONING METHODS
    • MICROTENSILE BOND STRENGTH
    • COLOR STABILITY
    • RESTORATIONS
    • DENTIN
    • ADHESIVES
    • SYSTEMS
    • ENAMEL

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