A new one-step dental flowable composite for orthodontic use: an in vitro bond strength study.

@article{Tecco2005ANO,
  title={A new one-step dental flowable composite for orthodontic use: an in vitro bond strength study.},
  author={Simona Tecco and Tonino Traini and Sergio Caputi and Felice Festa and Valentina de Luca and Michele d'Attilio},
  journal={The Angle orthodontist},
  year={2005},
  volume={75 4},
  pages={672-7}
}
A new flowable composite, Denfil Flow, has shown an acceptable shear bond strength for bonding orthodontic brackets, when used with an intermediate, unfilled, low-viscosity resin. According to the manufacturer, it also shows a good viscosity for use with no preliminary adhesive. This could reduce the total time of bonding procedure while maintaining clinically useful bond strength. The aim of the current research was to assess this property. Eighty extracted human premolars were randomly… CONTINUE READING

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