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Dentinal surfaces prepared with Er:YAG laser have significantly different characteristics from those prepared with conventional instruments. Different hybrid layer morphologies and thicknesses occur, which may result in differences in the quality of restorations placed on dentinal surfaces prepared with a diamond bur when compared with using an Er:YAG(More)
There are many concerns regarding the clinical behavior of packable composite restorations in Class II cavities, particularly when those restorations are subjected to axial mechanical loads. This study evaluated microleakage in vitro in proximal vertical "slot"-type cavities with walls located in enamel and dentin, filled with packable composite, associated(More)
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of two bleaching agents (10% and 35% hydrogen peroxide) on the color stability and surface roughness of two composites, one nanohybrid and one nanoparticle. Specimens were polished, aged, stained, bleached and polished again. The action of the bleaching agents on the composites was analyzed using a(More)
Dentinal surfaces prepared with an Er:YAG laser have distinctly different characteristics compared to those prepared with conventional instruments. The objective of this study was to evaluate the shear bond strength of a total-etch adhesive system and a self-etch adhesive system to dentin, prepared conventionally or with an Er:YAG laser. Specimens that were(More)
Gingival recession is a condition that affects a large portion of the young and adult population and negatively affects the aesthetic aspects of the smile. Many factors are related to its development, including orthodontic movement beyond the osseous limits. Many treatment options have been proposed to cover the exposed root surface. The aim of this article(More)
This study evaluated the "in vitro" shear bond strength of two materials to bovine enamel when used as porcelain laminate veneer bonding systems. The authors used the dual-cured resin cement Variolink II (Vivadent) and the light-cured flowable composite Natural-Flow (DFL). Porcelain cylinders were bonded to bovine enamel following manufacturers' directions.(More)
There are many doubts about the clinical behavior of condensable composite restorations in Class II cavities, particularly when they are submitted to axial mechanical loads. This study evaluated cervical microleakage in Class II direct fillings in composite, whether or not they were submitted to an occlusal load cycling. Twenty-three human molars with(More)
Periodontal reconstructive surgery procedures seek to correct mucogingival defects, including gingival recession. This case report describes the use of a subepithelial connective tissue graft (SCTG) associated with root-end fillings using mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) for the treatment of Miller Class II recession with root apex exposure. A(More)
This study evaluated the effect of a non-rinse conditioner (NRC) associated with two adhesive systems, Prime & Bond NT and Prime & Bond 2.1. The study also evaluated a self-etching adhesive, comparing it with the 37% phosphoric acid effects related to the regularity and infiltration depth of adhesives in human tooth enamel via observation using Scanning(More)
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of storage in deionized water at room temperature, for seven days and six months, on the flexural strength of a repaired photocured microhybrid composite resin, using different surface treatments. After each surface treatment, the adhesive interface was analyzed with a surface roughness tester. The(More)