To evaluate and compare the surface roughness and colour change of microhybrid and nanocomposite after exposure to beverages commonly used by children.
Thirty discs were prepared using Filtek Z250 and Filtek Supreme composites. Discs were immersed in distilled water, orange juice and Coca-Cola. Colour and surface roughness were measured at baseline and on days 15 and 30.
Filtek Z250 and Filtek Supreme showed no significant difference in surface roughness and colour change at all measurement times. Immersion solution had a significant effect on surface roughness as well as colour change. Specimens immersed in Coca-Cola demonstrated the highest effect, followed by those immersed in orange juice, while specimens immersed in distilled water had the least effect. There was a significant increase in surface roughness and colour change over time. The change in colour was more evident in the period between baseline measurements and after 15 days. There was a significant interaction between media type and time.
Both composites showed no significant difference in roughness and colour change at all measurement times. There was a significant increase in surface roughness and colour change in all immersion solutions tested over time. Coca-Cola caused unacceptable colour change.
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