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[Article Of Journal] 2014 RDE : Cytotoxicity of newly developed pozzolan cement and other root-end filling materials on human periodontal ligament cell   [VIEW : 2,076]
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Cytotoxicity of newly developed pozzolan cement and other root-end filling materials on human periodontal ligament cell
Minju Song, Tae-Sun Yoon, Sue-Youn Kim, Euiseong Kim


Objectives: 
The purpose of this study was to evaluate in vitro cytotoxicity of the pozzolan cement and other root-end filling materials using human periodontal ligament cell. 

Materials and Methods: 
Endocem (Maruchi), white ProRoot MTA (Dentsply), white Angelus MTA (Angelus), and Super EBA (Bosworth Co.) were tested after set completely in an incubator at 37℃ for 7 days, Endocem was tested in two ways: 1) immediately after mixing (fresh specimens) and 2) after setting completely like other experimental materials. The methods for assessment included light microscopic examination, cell counting and WST-1 assay on human periodontal ligament cell. 

Results: 
In the results of microscopic examination and cell counting, Super EBA showed significantly lower viable cell than any other groups (p < 0.05). As the results of WST-1 assay, compared with untreated control group, there was no significant cell viability of the Endocem group. However, the fresh mixed Endocem group had significantly less cell viability. The cells exposed to ProRoot MTA and Angelus MTA showed the highest viability, whereas the cells exposed to Super EBA displayed the lowest viability (p < 0.05). 

Conclusions:
The cytotoxicity of the pozzolan cement (Endocem) was comparable with ProRoot MTA and Angelus MTA. Considering the difficult manipulation and long setting time of ProRoot MTA and Angelus MTA, Endocem can be used as the alternative of retrofilling material. 

(Restor Dent Endod 2014;39(1):39-44)






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*   [Article Of Journal] 2014 RDE : Cytotoxicity of newly developed pozzolan cement and other root-end filling materials on human periodontal ligament cell
[Article Of Journal] 2014 JOE : Comparison of the Biological Properties of ProRoot MTA, Ortho MTA, and Endocem MTA Cements
[Article Of Journal] 2014 EJD : Coronectomy of a lower third molar in combination with vital pulp theraphy
[Article Of Journal] 2014 JOE : Effect of Mineral Trioxide Aggregate Surface Treatments on Morphology and Bond Strength to Composite Resin
[Article Of Journal] 2014 JOE : Odontogenic Effect of a Fast-setting Pozzolan-based Pulp Capping Material
[Article Of Journal] 2013 RDE : Washout resistance of faxt-setting pozzolan cement under various root canal irrigants
[Article Of Journal] 2013 JOE : Tooth Discoloration after the Use of New Pozzolan Cement(Endocem) and Mineral Trioxide Aggregate and the Effects of Internal Bleaching
[Article Of Journal] 2013 JOE : Biological Effects and Washout Resistance of a Newly Developed Fast-setting Pozzolan Cement
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