Evaluation of the tensile bond strenght between an aluminous ceramic and two resin cements using the microtensile bond strength test

Fabíola P. P. Leite, Osvaldo D. Andreatta Filho, Luiz Felipe Valandro, Angela G. Lopes, Estevão T. KIMPARA

Abstract


Two ceramic blocks were made with dimensions of 6x6x5mm following the technical guide lines wich were duplicated in composite resin (W3D MASTER®). One of the faces of the ceramic block (6mmx5mm) was sandblasted with the Rocatec system® and cemented with the two different cements under constant load of 750g to the correspondents faces composite blocks. After the storage of the samples (seven days in distilled water at 37º) each group formed by ceramic, cement and resin was split up in two axis X and Y and it were obtained specimens with adehive area of 1 mm² ± 0,1. Two groups (n=27) were obtained: PanaviaF group and RelyX group. Each sample was fixed with cyanocrylate in an adapted device which was attached to a universal testing machine (EMIC) and then subjected to tensile forces at a crosshead of 0,5 mm/min and load cell of 10kgf. The results showed that the medium values of rupture (MPa) for the PanaviaF group (median=17,011 ± standart deviation=4,131) are statistically different comparing to RelyX group (median 10,071 ± standart deviation 3,550) (p-value=0,001). The conclusion of this study was that the Panavia F had better adhesive resistance than RelyX. All fractures analyzed occurred at the adhesive interface, with no findings of cohesive fracture of the porcelain.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.14295/bds.2005.v8i1.169