Plasma arc light를 이용한 bracket 부착시의 전단결합강도와 파절양상의 유형
Shear bond strength and adhesive failure pattern in bracket bonding with plasma arc light
유형석 ; 오영근 ; 박영철 ; 이승연
Korean Journal of Orthodontics (대한치과교정학회지), Vol.31(2) : 261~270, 2001
Korean Journal of Orthodontics (대한치과교정학회지)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical usefulness of plasma arc light which can reduce the curing time dramatically compared by shear bond strengths and failure patterns of the brackets bonded with visible light in direct bracket bonding.
Some kinds of brackets were bonded with the Transbond® to the human premolars which were embedded in the resin blocks according to the various conditions. After bonding, the shear bond strength was tested by Instron universal testing machine and in addition , the amount of residual adhesive remaining on the tooth after debonding was measured by the stereoscope and assessed with adhesive remnant index(ARI).
The results were as follows
1. When plasma arc light was used for bonding the brackets, the shear bond strength was clinically sufficient in both metal and ceramic brackets, but resin brackets showed significantly lower bond strength but which was clinically useful.
2. When metal brackets were bonded using visible fight, there was no significant difference in shear bond strength due to the light-curing time and the bond strength was clinically sufficient.
3. When the adhesive failure patterns of brackets bonded with plasma arc light were observed by using the adhesive remnant index, the bond failure of the metal and resin bracket occurred more frequently at bracket-adhesive interface but the failure of the ceramic bracket occurred more frequently at enamel-adhesive interface.
4? There was no statistically significant difference of the shear bond strength and adhesive failure pattern between metal bracket bonded for 2 seconds by curing with plasma arc light and 10 seconds by,curing with visible light.
6. When metal brackets were bonded using plasma arc light, the shear bond strength decreased as the distance from the light source increased.
The above results suggest that plasma arc light can be clinically useful for bonding the brackets without fear of the decrease of the shear bond strength.