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Effect of 9.3 μm co2 and 2.94 μm er:YAG laser vs. bur preparations on marginal adaptation in enamel and dentin of mixed class v cavities restored with different restorative systems

Published inFrontiers in Dental Medicine, vol. 2, p. 1-12
Publication date2021
Abstract

This study aimed to compare marginal adaptation in enamel and dentin before and after aging of laser vs. bur-prepared mixed class V cavities restored by different restorative systems. Seventy two caries-free human molars were distributed to nine experimental groups; cavities were prepared using two different lasers: a handpiece -integrated 2.94 μm Er:YAG laser at 4.5 W, 300 mJ, and 0.75 W, 50 mJ with 15 Hz (LiteTouch, Light Instruments, Israel) and a novel CO2 laser at 12.95 W, 19.3 mJ, and 4.1 W, 6.11 mJ with 671 Hz (Solea 9.3 μm, Convergent Dental, USA). Cavities prepared with conventional diamond burs (Intensiv, Switzerland) in a red contra angle at high speed under maximal water cooling served as control...

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ANTON Y OTERO, Clara et al. Effect of 9.3 μm co2 and 2.94 μm er:YAG laser vs. bur preparations on marginal adaptation in enamel and dentin of mixed class v cavities restored with different restorative systems. In: Frontiers in Dental Medicine, 2021, vol. 2, p. 1–12.
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ISSN of the journal2673-4915
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