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Effect of seating force, margin design, and cement on marginal seal and retention of complete metal crowns.
  • M. Piemjai
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    The International journal of prosthodontics
  • 1 September 2001
TLDR
Marginal seal was not influenced by either margin design or type of luting cement, but was improved with higher seating force, and crown retention was affected by the margin finish line and the luting agent.
Effect of tooth-bleaching on the tensile strength and staining by caries detector solution on bovine enamel and dentin.
TLDR
Evaluated the tensile strength and staining of enamel and dentin after extracoronal or intracoronal bleaching using conventional bleaching agents found no significant difference between non-bleached groups (IN and EN), but mean tensile strengths of all bleached groups were significantly lower than those of non-Bleached groups.
Compressive fracture resistance of porcelain laminates bonded to enamel or dentin with four adhesive systems.
TLDR
Bonding techniques and curing systems of resin cements influenced the fracture resistance of porcelain laminates and dry bonding with auto-polymerization of Super-Bond C&B resin provided the highest fracture strength of Porcelain.
Comparison of microleakage of three acid-base luting cements versus one resin-bonded cement for Class V direct composite inlays.
TLDR
Microleakage of direct composite inlays cemented with acid-base cements and a methyl methacrylate resin cement were evaluated to determine their effect on the integrity of the underlying hybridized dentin.
Influence of dentinal polyelectrolytes on wet demineralized dentin, a bonding substrate.
TLDR
Results suggest that in the presence of ferric chloride, a decreasing amount of dissolved polyelectrolytes aggregated with ferric ions in the substrates may increase the permeability of dentin to water and citric acid.
Effect of dentin conditioners on wet bonding of 4-META/MMA-TBB resin.
TLDR
The concentration of ferric chloride in 10% citric acid for wet bonding must be less than 5% in order to provide a reliable bond, and hybridized dentin with reliable tensile bond strength.
Effect of remaining demineralised dentine on dental microleakage accessed by a dye penetration: how to inhibit microleakage?
TLDR
It could be concluded from this study that microleakage has taken place at the defect in the bonded specimens which has correlations with zones of incompletely infiltrated demineralised dentine that was observed using TEM.
Influence of dentin substrates to simplify wet-bonding: a leakage-free and reliable tensile strength interface for long-lasting restorations.
TLDR
Results suggest that this primer-less wet-bonding is promising method to protect the underlying intact dentin and pulp, thus providing long-lasting dental treatment.
A 10-Year Clinical Evaluation of Resin-Bonded Fixed Dental Prostheses on Non-Prepared Teeth.
TLDR
Non-invasive resin-bonded FDPs are simple, pain-free, less costly treatment procedures that could provide acceptable clinical longevity with high patient satisfaction up to 10 years of clinical function.
Direct Tensile Strength and Characteristics of Dentin Restored with All-Ceramic, Resin-Composite, and Cast Metal Prostheses Cemented with Resin Adhesives
TLDR
Results suggest that when complete hybridization of resin into dentin occurs tensile strength at the dentin-cement is higher than at the cement-prosthesis interfaces, and the impermeable hybridized dentin can protect the underlying dentin and pulp from acid demineralization, even if detachment of the prosthesis has occurred.
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