Two-year clinical performance of glass ionomer and resin composite restorations in xerostomic head- and neck-irradiated cancer patients

@article{Moor2009TwoyearCP,
  title={Two-year clinical performance of glass ionomer and resin composite restorations in xerostomic head- and neck-irradiated cancer patients},
  author={Roeland J. G. De Moor and Inge G. Stassen and Yoke van ’t Veldt and Dries Torbeyns and Geert Hommez},
  journal={Clinical Oral Investigations},
  year={2009},
  volume={15},
  pages={31-38}
}
The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical performance of adhesive filling materials in class V cavities in xerostomic head- and neck-irradiated cancer patients, in terms of marginal adaptation, anatomical form and recurrent caries. We selected 35 high-caries-risk, post-radiation, xerostomic adults with ≥3 cervical carious lesions in the same arch. Every patient received a KetacFil (KF), PhotacFil (PF) and Herculite XRV (HX) restoration. Patients were instructed to use a neutral 1… CONTINUE READING