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[Article Of Journal] 2014 IEJ : Evaluation of calcium-releasing and apatite-forming abilities of fast-setting calcium silicate-based endodontic materials   [VIEW : 2,232]
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Evaluation of calcium-releasing and apatite-forming abilities of fast-setting calcium silicate-based endodontic materials

L. Han, S. Kodama & T. Okiji

Aim To evaluate two fast-setting calcium silicatebased endodontic materials (Endocem mineral trioxide
aggregate (MTA) and Endocem Zr) with regard to their ability to release calcium ions (Ca2+) and produce apatite-like precipitates after immersion in phosphate-buffered saline (PBS).

Methodology Endocem MTA, Endocem Zr and white ProRoot MTA (WMTA) were used. Chemical composition of the powder of each material was analysed with a wavelength-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy electron probe microanalyser with image observation function (SEM-EPMA). The amount of Ca2+ released from water-immersed set cements was measured with an EDTA titration method. Morphology and chemical composition of surface precipitates formed on the surface of PBS-immersed cements were analysed with the SEM-EPMA. Data obtained were analysed using one-way analysis of variance and Tukey’s honestly significant difference test with a significance level of 5%.

Results Endocem MTA and WMTA contained calcium(Ca), silicon (Si) and bismuth as the major elemental
constituents, whereas Endocem Zr contained zirconium as the most abundant element, followed by Ca and Si. The amount of Ca2+ release was WMTA >Endocem MTA ≥Endocem Zr. After immersion in PBS for 14 days, the three materials produced Caand phosphorus (P)-containing apatite-like surface precipitates. WMTA showed higher Ca/P ratio of the precipitates compared with the other cements, with statistical significance between WMTA and Endocem
Zr (P < 0.05).

Conclusion Compared with WMTA, Endocem MTA and Endocem Zr were associated with significantly less Ca ions release and, when immersed in PBS, produced apatite-like crystalline precipitates of significantly lower Ca/P ratios.

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[Article Of Journal] 2015 JOE : A Randomized Controlled Study of the Use of ProRoot Mineral Trioxide Aggregate and Endocem as Direct Pulp Capping Materials
*   [Article Of Journal] 2014 IEJ : Evaluation of calcium-releasing and apatite-forming abilities of fast-setting calcium silicate-based endodontic materials
[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
[Instruction For Use] ENDOSEAL Instruction For Use (August 15, 2013, Rev.1)
[Instruction For Use] ENDOCEM MTA / ENDOCEM Zr Instruction For Use (August 15, 2013, Rev.2)
[Instruction For Use] ENDOSEAL Instruction For Use (December 1, 2012, Rev.0)
[Instruction For Use] ENDOCEM MTA / ENDOCEM Zr Instruction For Use (December 1, 2012, Rev.1)
[Instruction For Use] ENDOCEM MTA Instruction For Use (November 7, 2011, Rev.0)