Aspects of testing the adhesion ability of microorganisms from oral cavity to common impression materials used in implant - prosthetic rehabilitation

Gabriel Ciochinda, "Carol Davila" University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Lorelai Georgeta Bilinschi, Gabriela Tanase, Claudia-Camelia Burcea, Viorel Stefan Perieanu, Mihai Burlibasa, Magdalena Dina, Madalina Violeta Perieanu, Radu Costea, Raluca Costea, Dana Cristina Bodnar (+18 others)
2018 Romanian Journal of Medical Practice  
Purpose. The adhesion ability of microorganisms present in the oral microbial plaque is a certainty for solid surfaces at this level (including coronal restorations, classical prosthetic restorations and implantsupported restorations fixed and mobile, orthodontic appliances). Therefore, in this study, we have attempted to demonstrate the ability of these microorganisms from the oral cavity to adhere on the surface of some common impression materials used in implant-prosthetic rehabilitation.
more » ... rehabilitation. Material and method. The study was conducted on the main impression materials used in implant supported prosthetic restorations as well as in dental medicine: irreversible hydrocolloids, zinc oxide eugenol pastes, polyethers, condensation and addition silicones. The study was conducted between June and July 2017. Results and discussions. With the help of microorganisms isolated from the 87 patients, an inoculation of standard samples of impression materials was performed.
doi:10.37897/rjmp.2018.2.9 fatcat:hm5e7waxhjguppjw6s227bqgkm