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sdj-10119

Effect of Some Disinfectant Solutions on the Adherence of Candida albicans to Three Types of Acrylic Resin Denture Base Materials

Seeran M. Ahmed*, Nadia T. Jaffer*

*Department of Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, Duhok University, Duhok, Iraq.

Submitted: 04/04/2020; Accepted: 26/07/2020; Published 01/12/2020

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17656/sdj.10119

Abstract

Objective: Microbial adhesion to denture surface is problematic for denture wearers, especially those with impaired dexterities. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of two plant extracts (clove and Basil) in addition to Chlorhexidine on candida Albicans adherence to (heat, cold, light) activated acrylic denture base materials.          

Methods: Two herbal extracted clove (Eugenia caryohyllata) and Basil (Ocimum basilicum) were prepared by drying, ground to powder, and extracted with ethanol chlorhexidine gluconate of 0.12% were used as three disinfectant solutions. One hundred and five square acrylic samples were prepared from (heat, cold, and light) activated acrylic resin denture base materials in dimensions of 10×10×2 mm for the study. The disk diffusion test was used to determine the susceptibility of C. Albicans to disinfectant solutions. The adhesion of yeast to the acrylic resin samples was measured with a light microscope by measuring the number of fungal cells in the corners of the square and expressed as no. of cells/mm2. Statistical analysis was done by ANOVA to compare the mean of readings between disinfectant solutions and post-hoc t-test in which the p-value is less than 0.05.

Results: Statistically significant differences (p<0.05) of adhesion of C.albicans were found on the surfaces of three types of activated acrylic resin materials with means of 19.18, 46.25, and 26.50 cell/mm2on heat, light, and cold cure respectively and after immersing the specimens on the disinfectant solutions regarding the highest effect of the disinfectant solutions was seen in chlorhexidine gluconate of 0.12% which demonstrate 3.11, 5.89 and 5.43 cell/mm2 followed by Basil with means of 6.75, 13.57 and 10.11 cell/mm2 on heat, light and cold cure acrylic resin specimens correspondingly, then the clove and finally distilled water. 

Conclusions:  Both clove buds and basil leaves extracted solutions exhibited high antifungal activity besides Chlorhexidine on the surface of denture base materials. The highest inhibition zone was seen in Chlorhexidine, followed by Basil, clove, and distilled water, respectively. The number of fungal cell adhesion to the three types of denture base was decreased in the three disinfectant solutions when compared to distilled water (control group).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Keywords: Disinfectant solutions, acrylic denture base, C. Albicans.                                                                                                                                                                                              Full Article - PDF                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

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