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Facultad de Medicina SX /S X Cytotoxicity of Dental Alginates Citotoxicidad de Alginatos Dentales. The aim of this study was to assess the cytotoxicity of alginates for dental applications. Fourteen different alginates were assessed: Jeltrate, Jeltrate Plus, Jeltrate. Actuamos sólo en el sector mayorista y principalmente en el ramo dental ; para lo cual disponemos de los registros e inscripciones necesarios que son.

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To verify the cell response to extreme situations, other 3 groups were included in the study: The dental impression formulations produced experimentally using the Dnetales, P2 and P3 potassium alginates and the S3 sodium alginate formed gels. Production of dental impression material using sodium and potassium alginates Several g samples of dental impression material were prepared using S1, S2 and S3 sodium alginates, and P1, P2 and P3 potassium alginates in 10 different formulations as denfales in table 1.

Composition and sequence of uronate residues in alginates from some brown seaweeds.

In fact, this reaction should occur in the mouth, and it is therefore necessary to slow down the reaction with trisodium phosphate, while the dental material is mixing with water.

Topics Discussed in This Paper. La ciencia de los materiales dentales. Carbohydrates in Europe, It is important to select low-cytotoxicity materials before acquiring new products. At the present time in Mexico, M. Alginate, or irreversible hydrocolloid, is algnatos of the most accepted impression materials used in dentistry. The alginate viscosities are not affected over the pH range of The effect of pre-extraction treatments on the yield and quality of alginate.

In all cases, the gels alginatoz not exhibit linear viscoelastic behavior and as the strain percent increased, a partial breakdown of the elastic structure occurred. Diatomaceous earth is a filling material that increases the resistance and rigidity of alginate gel when used in appropriate amounts, providing a alginxtos texture and lack of superficial adhesion Skinner and Phillips, ; Onsoyen, This reduction represents about 0.

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Results Table 2 shows the quality profiles of sodium and potassium alginates extracted from M. Three control groups were also used in this study: Cytotoxicity of dental alginates. Showing of 20 references. Recibido en octubre de ; aceptado en octubre de As expected, a low cytotoxicity was observed and no statistical difference found.

During the impression procedure, alginate is left in close contact with the oral mucosa for approximately 2 minutes, and this tissue is highly vascularised and has great absorption potential.

Samples of dental impression formulations table 1 that formed gels using the previous procedure, were placed in a cylindrical geometry 3 cm diameter, 3 cm high and placed in a Chatillon Materials Tester, model TCM, for determining compressive strengths g cm -2 using a compressive speed of 2.

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On the contrary, the alginates from M. Cytotoxicity of dental alginates.

Figure 1 shows the compressive strength of dental impressions produced with the alginates that formed gels. Alginates with high content of guluronic acids characteristically yield materials with high gel strength.

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Alginate is undoubtedly one of the most accepted materials used in dentistry. According to the gelling time, two types of dental impression material are specified: The loss factor relates the amount of dissipated energy to stored energy. The clinical meaning of this effect is that a single contact with the material may not cause clinical symptoms, whereas repeated contacts may affect the cell viability and consequently cause delayed allergic or toxic reaction.

The G’ decreased when the strain was increased in all the experimental formulations and controls. Assessing the Cytotoxity of the Materials.

The giant kelp, Macrocystis pyrifera, is one of the brown seaweeds that are commercially exploited as a source of alginates McHugh, ; Reyes-Tisnado et al. Conversely, Samuel et al. Alginates Control Groups Jeltrate cgroups. One can conclude, based on the results of this study, that all alginate materials were found to be cytotoxic. In contrast, the formulations made with the S1 and S2 alginates allginatos not gel, because of the low polymerization degree low viscosity of the sodium alginate.

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Determination of compressive strength. Formulations with P3 alginate were type I, except for a8 and a10 that were type II. This formulation was the closest to the compressive strength specified by the Dental American Association g cm -2 for dental impression alginates Skinner algintos Phillips, JiangKamran E.

The moisture content was estimated from the resultant weight loss. No significant differences were obtained between the experimental formulations.

On the other hand, the negative control group used a PBS solution phosphate-buffered salinean acknowledged non-toxic agent, in order to assess only the physical effect on the cells as no other substance was put in contact with the cells.

Determination of compressive strength Samples of dental impression formulations table 1 that formed gels using the previous procedure, were placed in a cylindrical geometry 3 cm diameter, 3 cm high and placed in a Chatillon Materials Tester, model TCM, for determining compressive strengths g cm -2 using a compressive speed of 2.

The chemical composition of the alginates can greatly affect the gel strength.

Cytotoxicity of Dental Alginates Citotoxicidad de Alginatos Dentales

Cytotoxicity of introral orthodontic elastics. The percentage of viscosity reduction was calculated as follows: Conversion of alginic acid to sodium alginate, drying and milling. Cytotoxic effects of cleansing solutions recommended for chemical lavage of pulp exposures.