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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Comparison of Tensile Bond Strength of Addition Silicone with Different Custom Tray Materials Using Different Retentive Methods

Rupali V Patil, Vasantha Vijayraghavan, Madhurakad Jadhav, Shweta Jajoo, Sneha Desai, Chetana Jagtap

Keywords : Acrylic resin, Addition silicone, Tensile bond strength, Tray adhesive, Tray repair material, Visible light cure resin

Citation Information : Patil RV, Vijayraghavan V, Jadhav M, Jajoo S, Desai S, Jagtap C. Comparison of Tensile Bond Strength of Addition Silicone with Different Custom Tray Materials Using Different Retentive Methods. J Contemp Dent Pract 2021; 22 (3):279-283.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10024-3009

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published Online: 00-03-2021

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2021; Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.


Abstract

Aim: To compare the bond strength of addition silicone with different commonly used custom tray materials by means of different retentive methods (mechanical, chemical, and a combination of chemical and mechanical methods). Materials and methods: Fabrications of 90 samples of different tray resin materials were done using an aluminum mold. They were divided into three main groups. Perforations, adhesive application, and a combination of both were done according to the grouping of samples. Polyvinyl siloxane material (medium body) was loaded over the samples. A universal testing machine with a crosshead speed of 5 mm/minute was used to determine the tensile bond strength of tray resin samples to medium body impression material. Based on these values, Student\'s-test, group statistics, and ANOVA test were used for statistical analysis. Results: Visible light cure (VLC) resin showed the highest bond strength in chemicomechanical methods. This was followed by repair resin material. Tray resin material showed poor bond strength in all three retentive methods. The mechanical method was the least retentive in all three resin materials. Clinical significance: VLC tray resin material can be used with chemical and mechanical retention in clinical situations to make predictably accurate elastomeric impressions. Conclusion: It was concluded that VLC tray resin shows good bond strength with polyvinyl siloxane impression material when both mechanical perforations and adhesive applications were done.


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