Acid-etching and Hydration Influence on Dentin Roughness and Wettability

  title={Acid-etching and Hydration Influence on Dentin Roughness and Wettability},
  author={J. I. Rosales and G. Marshall and S. Marshall and L. Watanabe and M. Toledano and M. A. Cabrerizo and R. Osorio},
  journal={Journal of Dental Research},
  pages={1554 - 1559}
  • J. I. Rosales, G. Marshall, +4 authors R. Osorio
  • Published 1999
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of Dental Research
  • Adhesion of restorative and protective materials to dentin is an important requirement for operative and preventive dentistry. Wettability and roughness are dentin substrate conditions that are critical to establishing good adhesion. This study examined superficial and deep dentin for variations in water contact angle measurements and roughness for polished, etched, dehydrated, and rehydrated states. Superficial and deep dentin disks from 6 non-carious third molars were prepared for AFM (Atomic… CONTINUE READING
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