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The adhesion between fiber posts and root canal walls: comparison between microtensile and push-out bond strength measurements.
- C. Goracci, A. Tavares, M. Ferrari
- Medicine, Materials ScienceEuropean journal of oral sciences
- 1 August 2004
In conclusion, when measuring the bond strength of luted fiber posts, the push-out test appears to be more dependable than the microtensile technique.
Self-adhesive resin cements: a literature review.
- I. Radovic, F. Monticelli, C. Goracci, Zoran R. Vulicevic, M. Ferrari
- Medicine, Materials ScienceThe journal of adhesive dentistry
- 1 August 2008
According to the in vitro results, self-adhesive cement adhesion to dentin and various restorative materials is satisfactory and comparable to other multistep resin cements, whileAdhesion to enamel appears to be a weak link in their bonding properties.
Color related to ceramic and zirconia restorations: a review.
Bonding and sealing ability of a new self-adhering flowable composite resin in class I restorations
- A. Vichi, M. Margvelashvili, C. Goracci, F. Papacchini, M. Ferrari
- Medicine, Materials ScienceClinical Oral Investigations
- 1 July 2013
The present study demonstrated satisfactory in vitro outcome of the self-adhering flowable composite resin VF when used to restore class I cavities and better marginal sealing ability was visualized in comparison with all-in-one adhesive systems.
Color and opacity variations in three different resin-based composite products after water aging.
Bonding to root canal: structural characteristics of the substrate.
- M. Ferrari, F. Mannocci, A. Vichi, M. Cagidiaco, I. Mjör
- Materials Science, MedicineAmerican journal of dentistry
- 1 October 2000
Evaluating in vitro the dentin morphology in root canals in terms of tubule orientation, density, and increase in surface area after etching revealed variability in tubule density and orientation within different areas of any one sample.
Evaluation of the adhesion of fiber posts to intraradicular dentin.
- C. Goracci, F. Sadek, A. Fabianelli, F. Tay, M. Ferrari
- Medicine, Materials ScienceOperative dentistry
- 1 September 2005
The acidic-resin monomers responsible for substrate conditioning in Panavia 21 and RelyX Unicem appeared unable to effectively remove the thick smear layer created on root dentin during post space preparation.
Surface treatments for improving bond strength to prefabricated fiber posts: a literature review.
- F. Monticelli, R. Osorio, F. Sadek, I. Radovic, M. Toledano, M. Ferrari
- Materials ScienceOperative dentistry
- 1 May 2008
According to the in vitro results, surface conditioning improves fiber post bonding properties, and the bond strength of pre-treated fiber posts to restorative materials is satisfactory.
Current perspectives on post systems: a literature review.
The available evidence validates the use of fibre posts as an alternative to metal posts and preferably to other tooth-coloured posts, such as zirconia dowels, in the restoration of endodontically treated teeth.