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Impact of Finishing Protocols on Color Stability of CAD/CAM Ceramics: A Systematic Review

Cristiane de Melo Alencar, DDS, MS, PhD Student/Joissi Ferrari Zaniboni, DDS, MS/Aryvelto Miranda Silva, DDS, MS, PhD Student/Mariangela Ivette Guanipa Ortiz, DDS, MS, PhD Student/Débora Alvez Nunes Leite Lima, DDS, MS, PhD/Edson Alves de Campos, DDS, MS, PhD


DOI: 10.11607/ijp.7052

Purpose: To analyze the current evidence on the impact of surface finishing protocols (such as manual polishing or glazing) on the color stability of in vitro simulated pigmentation of CAD/CAM ceramics. Materials and Methods: Five electronic databases were searched on February 12, 2020. In vitro experimental studies were included based on the following strategy: intervention = surface treatment of CAD/CAM ceramics with glazing agents; comparison = surface treatment of CAD/CAM ceramics with manual polishing; and outcomes = color stability. Two reviewers independently assessed the risk of bias. Results: Among 1,390 articles that were screened, 6 in vitro studies were considered for qualitative analysis. Five articles confirmed changes in the color of ceramics when they were immersed in pigmented solutions. One article investigated the color stability of the samples via ultraviolet (UV) aging. Among the 6 studies analyzed, 4 showed clinically acceptable color alteration values represented by ΔE irrespective of the finishing protocol applied (glazing or mechanical polishing). Two articles presented clinically unsatisfactory color variation (ΔE > 3.3 and ΔE > 2.7) following mechanical polishing of a zirconia-reinforced lithium silicate ceramic. Coffee and red wine proved to be the beverages with the greatest potential for ceramic pigmentation. Only 1 article had a high risk of bias. Conclusion: For clinicians, most of the studies demonstrated that both manual polishing and glaze application can prevent significant color alterations on CAD/CAM ceramic surfaces. However, due to the relatively limited amount of evidence to support this conclusion, further studies must be conducted.


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