Review Article
Volume 19 Issue 5 - 2020
Shrinkage of Dental Composite Resin: Contemporary Understanding its Enigmas and How to Solve? A Review
Nagy Abdulsamee1*, Ahmed Elkhadem2 and Passant Nagi3
1Consultant Prosthodontics and Head of Dental Biomaterials, Modern University for Technology and Information, Egypt
2Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine and Surgery, Cairo University, Egypt
3Lecturer of Pediatric Dentistry, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine and Surgery, Cairo University, Egypt
*Corresponding Author: Nagy Abdulsamee, Consultant Prosthodontics and Head of Dental Biomaterials, Modern University for Technology and Information, Egypt.
Received: March 14, 2020; Published: April 06, 2020




Abstract

Nowadays dental patients are seeking a restorative material to their teeth that fulfilled most of the ideal requirements for such use especially aesthetic and functional performance needs. Traditionally composite resin can fulfill these requirements but with the major drawback of shrinkage during polymerization. The shrinkage will be manifested as marginal leakage, cuspal deflection, tooth or restoration fracture, postoperative sensitivity that ends ultimately by failed restoration. The aim of the current work was to pay attention of dental workers to the origin of polymerization shrinkage, its consequences, factors affecting, methods used to measure it, and how can they minimize it for promoting longevity of the restoration.

Keywords: Dental Composite Resin; Polymerization Shrinkage; Shrinkage Stresses; C-Factor; Low Shrinkage Polymer; Bulk Fill; Spherical Glass Mega Fillers

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Citation: Nagy Abdulsamee., et al. “Shrinkage of Dental Composite Resin: Contemporary Understanding its Enigmas and How to Solve? A Review”. EC Dental Science 19.5 (2020): 03-17.

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