PUSHOUT BOND STRENGTH OF NOVEL INJECTABLE BIOACTIVE GLASS SEALER IN COMPARISON WITH COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE SEALERS
It can be difficult to select the appropriate dental material for a particular therapeutic task. Many dental materials are advertised as being fresh and improved while criticizing the drawbacks of competing goods. The history and proven clinical performance of the materials in any material category, however, might occasionally serve as the deciding factor in choosing when there are numerous possibilities available. Since the invention of root canal sealers in the early 20th century, numerous root canal sealers have been created to better meet those requirements. One of the bioceramics, bioactive glass, has recently focus on the study of biocompatible biomaterials for endodontics. As a result, we developed an injectable bioactive glass-based root canal sealant and form of data pertaining to its physicochemical characteristics. Total 30 permanent single rooted rabbit incisors were used in this study. After gained access the canal and prepared with standard protocol, canal was obturated with CS BAG sealer(n=10), Total Fill BC Sealer(n=10) and Indigenous BAG sealer(n=10) sealers. The results of the present study revealed that sealers would probably favor bioactivity and would be expected to interact with the dentin. Within the limitation of the study we concluded that CS BAG sealer showed superior POBS than Indigenous bioactive glass sealer and Total Fill BC Sealer. On the basis of this data it can be concluded that CS BAG sealer has high resistance to dislodgement in general. Compared to all the sealers used in this study CS BAG showed superior marginal adaptation and TotalFill showed poor adaptation.
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