Evaluation of shade correspondence between high-translucency pre-colored zirconia and shade tab by considering the influence of cement shade and substrate materials

Chien Ming Kang, Yen Wen Huang, Sheng Han Wu, Yuichi Mine, I. Ta Lee, Tzu Yu Peng

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Statement of problem: The relation between cement color and abutment substrate material and the corresponding effect on the color accuracy of high-transparency pre-colored zirconia (HT-Zr) remains unclear. Purpose: This in-vitro study aimed to investigate the difference in color accuracy when the HT-Zr is bonded to different materials-based substrates with differently colored resin cement. Materials and methods: Vita A1 shade HT-Zr with 1 mm thickness was used as the testing sample. The samples were first placed on zirconia (ZR), tooth color resin (CR), and metallic (MT) abutment substrates. Subsequently, four differently colored cements (translucent (TR), bleach, opaque, and A2 shade (A2)) were used for bonding HT-Zr onto the substrate, and the non-bonded group was used as the control group (CG). There were 15 groups in total (n = 10 per group). A digital colorimeter was used to obtain Commission Internationale de l'Eclairage (CIELab) color parameters. The translucency parameter (TP00) of the substrate and sample, as well as color difference (ΔE00) and chroma (C) between the different groups were calculated. Additionally, the ΔE00 and TP00 were compared with the moderately unacceptable match of ΔE00 = 3.6. The statistical analysis was conducted using ANOVA and Tukey HSD post-hoc test (α = 0.05). Results: HT-Zr exhibited high translucency (TP00 = 11.02 ± 0.18), and the mean ΔE00 of the testing samples ranged between 2.18 ± 0.20 and 13.14 ± 0.31. The ZR-CG and MT-A2 groups showed the highest and lowest lightness separately. The CR-CG group exhibited the highest C, and the ΔE00 was lower than that of 3.6. The MT-TR group showed the lowest C and the highest ΔE00. The inter-group comparison revealed that the ΔE00 for different cement is mostly lower than the acceptable color match of 1.0; moreover, the ΔE00 for all the substrates, excluding the CG group, is higher than 3.6. Conclusions: The abutment substrate materials and the cement color should be considered with caution when using HT-Zr, with the effect of abutment substrate materials being more apparent in color accuracy. HT-Zr restorations are not recommended for discolored or bleached abutments but only for natural-colored abutments to achieve the optimal color appearance.
原文英語
文章編號e23046
期刊Heliyon
9
發行號12
DOIs
出版狀態已發佈 - 12月 2023

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