Studien Medcem Medizinischer Portlandzement®/Medcem MTA®
In PubMed angeführte Publikationen zu Medcem Medizinischer Portlandzement und Medcem MTA:
MMP-9 Levels and NaOCl Lavage in Randomized Trial on Direct Pulp Capping
Ballal NV, Duncan HF, Wiedemeier DB, Rai N, Jalan P, Bhat V, Belle VS, Zehnder M
J Dent Res. 2021 Oct 27;220345211046874.
Open access: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34706567/
„Medcem MTA showed good pulp survival when used as a direct capping material in cariously exposed pulps in adult teeth. NaOCl lavage prior to pulp capping is strongly recommended.“
A randomised controlled clinical trial comparing pure Portland cement and formocresol pulpotomies followed from 2 to 4 years
Petel M, Ziskind K, Bernfeld N, Suliman H, Fuks AB, Moskovitz M
European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry (2021) 22:547–552
Bioactivity potential of Portland cement in regenerative endodontic procedures: From clinic to lab
Meschi N , Li X, Van Gorp G, Camilleri J, Van Meerbeek B, Lambrechts P
dental materials 3 5 ( 2 0 1 9 ) 1342–1350
In vitro assessment of the tooth staining potential of endodontic materials in a bovine tooth model
Dettwiler CA, Walter M, Zaugg LK, Lenherr P, Weiger R, Krastl G
Dental Traumatology 2016; 32: 480–487
Revitalisation endodontic treatment of traumatised immature teeth: a prospective long‐term clinical study
Nazzal H, Ainscough S, Kang J, Duggal MS
European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry (2020) 21:587–596
Tooth discoloration induced by apical plugs with hydraulic calcium silicate‐based cements in teeth with open apices—a 2‐year in vitro stud
Krug R, Ortmann C, Reich S, Hahn B, Krastl G, Soliman S
Clinical Oral Investigations
Sodium Hypochlorite Reduces Postoperative Discomfort and Painful Early Failure after Carious Exposure and Direct Pulp Capping—Initial Findings of a Randomized Controlled Trial
A randomized clinical trial on the use of medical Portland cement, MTA and calcium hydroxide in indirect pulp treatment
Success Rate of Medcem Portland Cement as as pulp capping agent in pulpotomies of primary teeth
Vilimek VM, Gateva N, Christof BS.
Journal of IMAB - Annual Proceeding (Scientific Papers). 2018 Jan-Mar;24(1) Original article.
Effect of Exposed Surface Area, Volume and Environmental pH on the Calcium Ion Release of Three Commercially Available Tricalcium Silicate Based Dental Cements.
Rajasekharan S, Vercruysse C, Martens L, Verbeeck R.
Materials (Basel). 2018 Jan 13;11(1). pii: E123. doi: 10.3390/ma11010123.
Differences in physical characteristics and sealing ability of three tricalcium silicate-based cements used as root-end-filling materials.
Kollmuss M, Preis CE, Kist S, Hickel R, Huth KC.
Am J Dent. 2017 Aug;30(4):185-189.