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Year : 2016 | Month : May | Volume : 10 | Issue : 5 | Page : ZC117 - ZC121

To Analyse the Erosive Potential of Commercially Available Drinks on Dental Enamel and Various Tooth Coloured Restorative Materials – An In-vitro Study

Babita Karda, Ritu Jindal, Sandeep Mahajan, Sanam Sandhu, Sunila Sharma, Rajwinder Kaur

1. Senior Lecturer, Department of Pedodontic and Preventive Dentistry, Desh Bhagat Dental College & Hospital, Muktsar, Punjab, India. 2. Head of Department, Department of Pedodontic and Preventive Dentistry, National Dental College & Hospital, Dera Bassi, Punjab, India. 3. Head of Department, Department of Pedodontic and Preventive Dentistry Himachal Institute of Dental Sciences, Poanta Sahib, Himachal Pradesh, India. 4. Medical Officer (Dental), Civil Hospital ,Hoshiarpur, Punjab, India. 5. Senior Lecturer, Department of Pedodontic and Preventive Dentistry, Bhojia Dental College Hospital, Baddi, Solan, Himachal Pardesh, India. 6. Senior Lecturer, Department of Pedodontic and Preventive Dentistry, JCD Dental College & Hospital, Sirsa, Haryana, India.

Correspondence Address :
Dr. Babita Karda,
New Gobind Nagar, B/H –Sonalika Threshers, Jalandhar Road Hoshiarpur-146001, Punjab, India.
E-mail: dr_babita08@yahoo.co.in

Abstract

Introduction: With the enormous change in life style pattern of a common man through the past few decades, there has been proportional variation in the amount and frequency of consumption of drinks. An increased consumption of these drinks will concurrently increase enamel surface roughness by demineralization, resulting in hypersensitivity and elevated caries risk.

Aim: The present study was designed to evaluate the erosive potential of commercially available drinks on tooth enamel and various tooth coloured restorative materials.

Materials and Methods: Extracted human teeth were taken and divided into four groups i.e. tooth enamel, glass ionomer cement, composite and compomer. Four commercially available drinks were chosen these were Coca -Cola, Nimbooz, Frooti and Yakult. The pH of each drink was measured. Each group was immersed in various experimental drinks for a period of 14 days. The erosive potential of each drink was measured by calculating the change in average surface roughness of these groups after the immersion protocol in various drinks. The data analysis was done by One Way Anova, Post-Hoc Bonferroni, and paired t –test.

Results: Group II-GIC showed highest values for mean of change in average surface roughness and the values were statistically significant (p<0.001) with tooth enamel, composite and compomer (p=0.002). Coca-cola showed the highest erosive potential and Yakult showed the lowest, there was no statistical significant difference between the results shown by Yakult and Frooti.

Conclusion: Characteristics which may promote erosion of enamel and tooth coloured restorative materials were surface texture of the material and pH of the drinks.

Keywords

Dental erosion, Immersion period, Surfcom , Surface roughness

How to cite this article :

Babita Karda, Ritu Jindal, Sandeep Mahajan, Sanam Sandhu, Sunila Sharma, Rajwinder Kaur. TO ANALYSE THE EROSIVE POTENTIAL OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE DRINKS ON DENTAL ENAMEL AND VARIOUS TOOTH COLOURED RESTORATIVE MATERIALS – AN IN-VITRO STUDY. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research [serial online] 2016 May [cited: 2018 Jan 20 ]; 10:ZC117-ZC121. Available from
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DOI and Others

DOI: 10.7860/JCDR/2016/16956.7841

Date of Submission: Sep 23, 2015
Date of Peer Review: Nov 11, 2015
Date of Acceptance: Feb 02, 2016
Date of Publishing: May 01, 2016


Financial OR OTHER COMPETING INTERESTS: None.

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