COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF COLOR STABILITY AND SURFACE ROUGHNESS OF NEW COMPOSITES FOLLOWING IMMERSION IN DIFFERENT BEVERAGES

Dr. Anjali Satsangi, Dr.Sanjeev Tyagi, Dr Vartul Dwivedi, Dr. Yashvi Verma, Dr. Aishwarya Sahu, Dr. Hira Kausar

Abstract


Aim: stability and surface roughness of two different types of resin composites at various time intervals in vitro.

Materials and Methods: A dual cure bulk fill composite and a self adhesive composite were used. Each material was randomly divided into four equal subgroups of 10 samples each according to the beverages used (Red wine , Coca-Cola, lemon soda, and Distilled water). The samples were immersed in each beverage for 10 minutes each day for 56 days. Color change and

Results: Self Adhesive composites were more stable in different beverages over time.

Conclusion: The effect of interaction of different resin composites, various beverages, and time depended on a multitude of factors.


Keywords


Beverages, color change, resin composite, surface roughness, time

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