World Journal of
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Abstract

COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF MICROLEAKAGE OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF PIT AND FISSURE SEALANTS: AN IN VITRO STUDY

Dr. Stuti Kumari*, Dr. Vaibhav Kamal, Dr. Soumen Mandal, Dr. Shriparna Biswas, Dr. Kamna Gorka and Dr. Shubham Sharma

ABSTRACT

Background: The purpose of this study was to investigate and compare the microleakage of three different pit and fissure sealants. Materials and Method: Total 45 therapeutically extracted premolars with absence of any carious lesion and anomalies were taken and equally divided into three different groups with fifteen samples (15) in each group. Group A: Conventional pit and fissure sealant (Helioseal –F), Group B: Glass ionomer cement(Fuji VII) based pit and fissure sealant . Group C: compomer (Compoglass Flow). Samples were cleaned with slurry of pumice and etched with phosphoric acid etchant. After thorough washing and drying, teeth were treated and cured with the respective sealants, followed by thermocycling and immersion in 5% methylene blue dye for forty eight hours. Teeth were then sectioned buccolingually and examined under stereomicroscope. The data was further subjected to statistical analysis. Results: Conventional sealant was showing significantly least microleakage as compare to Glass Inomer Cement and promising result with compomer. Conclusion: Besides many inventions and researches in dental materials, composite based Conventional sealant material is comparatively better than Compomer &Glass Inomer Cement as sealant materials.

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