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DOI :10.26650/eor.20190025   IUP :10.26650/eor.20190025    Full Text (PDF)

Clinical evaluation of a self-adhering flowable composite as occlusal restorative material in primary molars: one-year results

Buse Ayse Serinİffet YazıcıoğluCeren DeveciMuharrem Cem Doğan

Purpose 
The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the 1 year clinical performances of a self-adhering flowable composite and a commercially available self-etch adhesive/composite system in occlusal restorations of primary second molars. 

Patients and Methods
 Thirty-one patients (10 male, 21 female) were recruited into the study. A total of 62 occlusal cavities were restored with either a universal composite or a self-adhering flowable composite according to manufacturers' instructions. The restorations were clinically evaluated 1 month after placement as baseline, and after 3, 6 months and 1 year post-operatively using modified USPHS criteria by two operators. 

Results 
Lack of retention was not observed in any of the restorations. With respect to color match, marginal adaptation, secondary caries and surface texture, no significant differences were found between two restorative materials tested after 1 year. None of the restorations had marginal discoloration and anatomic form loss on the 1 year follow-up. Restorations did not exhibit post-operative sensitivity at any evaluation period. 

Conclusion 
The clinical assessment of self-adhering flowable composite exhibited good clinical results with predominating alpha scores after 1 year. Advantage of the application convenience for children is promising for self-adhered flowable composite materials in pediatric use.

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Serin, B.A., Yazıcıoğlu, İ., Deveci, C., & Doğan, M.C. (2019). Clinical evaluation of a self-adhering flowable composite as occlusal restorative material in primary molars: one-year results. European Oral Research, 53(3), 119-124. https://doi.org/10.26650/eor.20190025


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Serin B A, Yazıcıoğlu İ, Deveci C, Doğan M C. Clinical evaluation of a self-adhering flowable composite as occlusal restorative material in primary molars: one-year results. European Oral Research. 2019;53(3):119-124. https://doi.org/10.26650/eor.20190025


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Serin BA, Yazıcıoğlu İ, Deveci C, Doğan MC. Clinical evaluation of a self-adhering flowable composite as occlusal restorative material in primary molars: one-year results. European Oral Research [Internet]. 18 May. 2021 [cited 18 May. 2021];53(3):119-124. Available from: https://doi.org/10.26650/eor.20190025 doi: 10.26650/eor.20190025


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Submitted20.02.2019
Accepted27.06.2016
Published Online17.09.2019

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