Table 4: Studies that investigated the effect of sonic vibration on depth of cure, marginal micro leakage, and mechanical perfor-mance.

First author
+ Year
Vibration device Variables tested Conclusion
Yapp, R [55]
2011
Sonic fill Depth of cure of several composite
restorative materials
Sonicfill is adequately cured at the maximum recommended depth when cured with the Demi curing light
Eunice, C [56]
2012
SonicFillTM (Kerr/Kavo Marginal micro leakage in class v SonicFill TM only has the advantage of better clinical
handling, reducing labour time no influence in
con-cerning microleakage
Ilie, N [57]
2013
SonicFill, Kerr; Mechanical performance of seven
bulk-fill RBCs
The significant highest flexural strengths were measured for SonicFill
Poggio, C [58]
2013
SonicFill (Kerr) microleakage in "deep" Class II composite restorations with gingival cavosurface margin below the CEJ Significant prevalence of Score 0 (no dye penetration) was reported both for Groups 4 (SonicFill) and 5 (Grandio),
Alrahlah, A [59] 2014 SonicFillâ„¢. Depth of cure of bulk fill resin composites through using Vickers hardness
profiles (VHN).
SonicFill exhibited the highest VHN
SonicFill and Tetric EvoCeram Bulk Fill had the greatest depth of cure among the composites examined.

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