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master's thesis
Pečaćenje fisura i pečatni ispuni

Marin Karabaić (2011)
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TitlePečaćenje fisura i pečatni ispuni
AuthorMarin Karabaić
Mentor(s)Danko Bakarčić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Svrha rada je bila pregledom literature usporediti brojne starije i recentnije članke. Pregledom članaka uvidjeti postoji li razlika između starijih i novijih dostignuća u načinima pečaćenja, te materijalima i tehnikama koje se danas koriste i zaključiti koje metode i materijali pokazuju bolje rezultate. Materijal za pečaćenje fisura stvara fizičku barijeru spriječavajući nakupljanje mikroorganizama i hrane unutar fisura prevenirajući nastanak inicijalne karijesne lezije. Prevladava stav da je zube potrebno pečatiti unutar 4 godine od nicanja. Istraživanja pokazuju sličnosti dobivenih rezultata koji pokazuju manju prevalenciju karijesa ukoliko se provodi pečaćenje fisura. Materijal izbora za pečaćenje fisura su niskoviskozne smole i tekući kompoziti, jer pokazuju superiorniju retenciju u odnosu na stakloionomerne cemente. Generalno je prihvaćeno da kvaliteta materijala ovisi o dugoročnoj retenciji. Bolju retenciju ostvaruju materijali kojima je predtretman cakline ostvaren jetkanjem 37 % ortofosfornom kiselinom, nego korištenjem abrazije zrakom. Zaključci dobiveni pregledom literature pokazuju da novije tehnike pečaćenja fisura koje koriste materijale novije generacije govore u prilog smanjenoj prevalenciji karijesa. Neosporna je prednost kompozita i niskoviskoznih smola nad stakloionomernim cementima. Tehnika jetkanja kao predtretmana cakline prije pečaćenja fisura pokazala se boljom od pripreme cakline abrazijom zrakom.
Keywordsfissure sealing
GranterSveučilište u Rijeci
Medicinski fakultet
Lower level organizational unitsKatedra za dječju stomatologiju
PlaceRijeka
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOMEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Dental Medicine
Children's and Preventive Dental Medicine
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelintegrated undergraduate and graduate
Study programmeDental Medicine
Academic title abbreviationdr. med. dent.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2011
Parallel abstract (English)
The purpose of this paper is to review the literature and to compare numerous older and more recent articles, and to see whether there is a difference between older and newer achievements in sealing methods, materials and techniques used today, and conclude which methods and materials show better results. The material for fissure sealing creates a physical barrier preventing the accumulation of microorganisms and food inside the fissures and prevents the formation of initial caries lesions. The prevailing view is that teeth should be sealed within 4 years from their eruption. Research results show similarities with clinical results which show a lower incidence of dental caries if fissure sealing is performed. The material of choice for fissure sealing is low viscosity resin based sealants and flow type composite sealants, because they show superior retention compared to glassionomer cement. It is generally accepted that the quality of the material depends on long-term retention. Better retention of the materials was achieved with a pre-treatment of enamel by etching with 37% phosphoric acid, rather than by use of air abrasion. The conclusions obtained by reviewing the literature show that newer fissure sealing techniques, which use new generation materials, speak for reduced dental caries prevalence. The advantage of flow type composites and low viscosity resin based sealants over the glassionomer cements is indisputable, as well as the use of the etching technique as a pretreatment of the enamel before sealing fissures over the preparation of enamel with air abrasion.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)pečaćenje fisura
Resource typetext
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:184:519342
CommitterBosa Licul