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Curing depth of a composite veneering material polymerized with seven different laboratory photo-curing units

, : Curing depth of a composite veneering material polymerized with seven different laboratory photo-curing units. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation 25(3): 199-203

Properties of laboratory-cured composite materials are affected by the type of activation system as well as by the photo-curing unit light source. This study examined curing depth of a composite veneering material polymerized by means of various photo-curing units with the aim of evaluating the curing performance of the light sources. A microfilled composite material designed for prosthetic veneer was cured with seven photo-curing units. The light sources of the units were halogen/fluorescent, xenon, metal halide, fluorescent, halogen, halogen and mercury lamps. Exposure periods were 20, 30, 60 and 90 s. The curing depth of the material was determined using the method described by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO 4049). Two-factor analysis of variance revealed that the depth of cure was influenced both by the type of curing unit and by the exposure period (P = 0.0001). Among the seven photo-curing units, a metal halide curing unit consistently exhibited the greatest depth of cure. For all units, longer exposure increased the depth of cure.


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