Randomized clinical trial of adhesive restorations in primary molars. 18-month results

Luciano Casagrande, Débora Martini Dalpian, Thiago Machado Ardenghi, Fabrício Batistin Zanatta, Carlos Eduardo Agostini Balbinot, Franklin Garcia-Godoy, Fernando Borba De Araujo

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Purpose: To evaluate the clinical performance of adhesive restorations of resin composite and resin-modified glass-ionomer cements in primary molars. Methods: This randomized clinical trial included subjects (5-9 year-old children) selected at two university centers (UFRGS and UNIFRA). The sample consisted of 132 primary molars presenting active cavitated carious lesions (with radiographic involvement of the inner half of the dentin), located on the occlusal and occlusal-proximal surface. The sample was randomly divided into three groups, according to the restorative material: (Gl) universal restorative system (Adper Single Bond 2 system and Filtek Z350); (G2): Resin-modified glassionomer cement (Vitremer); and (G3): Low shrink restorative system (Filtek P90). The restorations were clinically and radiographically followed every 6 months for up to 18 months using the USPHS modified criteria for clinical evaluation. Survival estimates for restoration longevity were evaluated using the Kaplan-Meier method. Log-rank test (P< 0.05) was used to compare the differences in the success rate according to the type of the restorative material. Results: The type of restorative material used did not influence the longevity of the restorations. After clinical follow-up, there was no statistical difference in the rates of success for the three materials used to restore active cavitated carious lesions in primary molars. The survival rates for the follow-up were similar regarding the number of restored surfaces and the caries removal technique (partial or complete). Mean estimated time of survival was 17.2 months (95% Cl: 16.7-17.7). Estimated survival rates of the restorations were 100%, 98%, 88% and 65% at 1, 6, 12 and 18 months of clinical evaluations, respectively.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)351-355
Number of pages5
JournalAmerican Journal of Dentistry
Volume26
Issue number6
StatePublished - Dec 2013
Externally publishedYes

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Survival Rate
Randomized Controlled Trials
Glass Ionomer Cements
United States Public Health Service
Composite Resins
Dentin
Vitremer
filtek Z350
Adper single bond 2
filtek P90

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Casagrande, L., Dalpian, D. M., Ardenghi, T. M., Zanatta, F. B., Balbinot, C. E. A., Garcia-Godoy, F., & De Araujo, F. B. (2013). Randomized clinical trial of adhesive restorations in primary molars. 18-month results. American Journal of Dentistry, 26(6), 351-355.

Randomized clinical trial of adhesive restorations in primary molars. 18-month results. / Casagrande, Luciano; Dalpian, Débora Martini; Ardenghi, Thiago Machado; Zanatta, Fabrício Batistin; Balbinot, Carlos Eduardo Agostini; Garcia-Godoy, Franklin; De Araujo, Fernando Borba.

In: American Journal of Dentistry, Vol. 26, No. 6, 12.2013, p. 351-355.

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Casagrande, L, Dalpian, DM, Ardenghi, TM, Zanatta, FB, Balbinot, CEA, Garcia-Godoy, F & De Araujo, FB 2013, 'Randomized clinical trial of adhesive restorations in primary molars. 18-month results', American Journal of Dentistry, vol. 26, no. 6, pp. 351-355.
Casagrande L, Dalpian DM, Ardenghi TM, Zanatta FB, Balbinot CEA, Garcia-Godoy F et al. Randomized clinical trial of adhesive restorations in primary molars. 18-month results. American Journal of Dentistry. 2013 Dec;26(6):351-355.
Casagrande, Luciano ; Dalpian, Débora Martini ; Ardenghi, Thiago Machado ; Zanatta, Fabrício Batistin ; Balbinot, Carlos Eduardo Agostini ; Garcia-Godoy, Franklin ; De Araujo, Fernando Borba. / Randomized clinical trial of adhesive restorations in primary molars. 18-month results. In: American Journal of Dentistry. 2013 ; Vol. 26, No. 6. pp. 351-355.
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