An In-Vitro Assessment of Micro-Shear Bond Strength of a Nano Adhesive to Dentin with Different types of Composite Restorative Systems

  title={An In-Vitro Assessment of Micro-Shear Bond Strength of a Nano Adhesive to Dentin with Different types of Composite Restorative Systems},
  author={Ammar Saleh Al Shamrani},
  journal={Journal of dental health, oral disorders \& therapy},
  • A. Shamrani
  • Published 30 September 2016
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of dental health, oral disorders & therapy
Nearly half of all dental restorations fail within 10 years and replacing this account for 50–70% of all restorative dentistry [1]. Composites are popular restorative materials because of their esthetics and direct-filling capabilities [2-8]. One main problem, however, is that composite tend to accumulate more biofilm than other restorative materials in vivo [9-11]. Biofilms at the restoration margins could produce acids and cause secondary caries, one of the main reasons for restoration… 
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