Biomodification to dentin by a natural crosslinker improved the resin-dentin bonds.

@article{Fang2012BiomodificationTD,
  title={Biomodification to dentin by a natural crosslinker improved the resin-dentin bonds.},
  author={Ming Fang and Ruirui Liu and Yuhong Xiao and Fang Li and Danyang Wang and Rui Hou and Ji-hua Chen},
  journal={Journal of dentistry},
  year={2012},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={458-66}
}
OBJECTIVES Transient collagen cross-linking treatment by proanthocyanidins (PA), a natural crosslinker, was proved to increase the cross-linking degree and ultimate tensile strength of demineralised dentin. The present study aimed to investigate whether transient pretreatment by PA-based preconditioner can improve the resin-dentin bonds of various etch and rinse adhesives. The influence of solvent type, PA concentration and treatment duration were examined. METHODS PA-based preconditioners… CONTINUE READING

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