Effects of N-methacryloyl amino acid applications on hybrid layer formation at the interface of intertubular dentin

K. Suzuki, N. Nishiyama, K. Nemoto, Yasuhiro Torii, K. Inoue

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To understand the role of NMAA in the bonding of composite resin to a dentin Surface, we investigated the effects of N-methacryloyl amino acid (NMAA) application on the expansion of aggregated collagen fibers, formation of a hybrid layer, and the tensile bond strength between composite resin and dentin. Four NMAA derivatives - N-methacryloyl-α-glycine (NMGly), N-methacryloyl-γ-amino n-butyric acid (NMBu), N-methacryloyl-α-hydroxyproline (NMHPro), and N-methacryloyl-α-glutamic acid (NMGlu) - were prepared and applied to dentin surfaces which had been etched with 40% by mass H 3PO 4 and air-blown. The shrunken collagenous layer expanded by approximately 50% to 70% by volume of the original collagenous layer thickness after application of the NMAA primers. Application of the bonding agent and composite resin after NMAA treatment resulted in the formation of a hybrid layer. The thickness of the hybrid layer was somewhat smaller than the collagenous layer formed by the NMAA treatment only, regardless of the type of NMAA used. The thickness of the hybrid layer was approximately ten times larger than that formed without NMAA treatment. Although all NMAA primers formed hybrid layers of similar thickness, higher tensile bond strengths, from 13 to 15 MPa, were obtained when etched and air-blown dentin was treated with NMBu, NMGly, or NMGlu. NMHPro gave only 6.6 MPa, a value similar to that obtained when no NMAA was Used. We concluded, therefore, that formation of the hybrid layer is a necessary but insufficient condition for high bond strength.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1881-1888
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Dental Research
Volume77
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - 1998

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Dentin
Amino Acids
Composite Resins
Tensile Strength
Air
Collagen

Keywords

  • Bond strength
  • Hybrid layer
  • N-methacryloyl amino acid
  • Primer

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  • Dentistry(all)

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Effects of N-methacryloyl amino acid applications on hybrid layer formation at the interface of intertubular dentin. / Suzuki, K.; Nishiyama, N.; Nemoto, K.; Torii, Yasuhiro; Inoue, K.

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