COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MICROLEAKAGE AND SHEAR BOND STRENGTH BETWEEN BULK FILL AND SELF ADHESIVE FLOWABLE COMPOSITE RESINS

@inproceedings{Abdelrahman2016COMPARATIVESO,
  title={COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MICROLEAKAGE AND SHEAR BOND STRENGTH BETWEEN BULK FILL AND SELF ADHESIVE FLOWABLE COMPOSITE RESINS},
  author={Mohamed Y H Abdelrahman and Elsayed M. Mahmoud and Mona A. M. Ghoneim and Adel A. Kammar},
  year={2016}
}
INTRODUCTION: Advances in flowable composites including self-adhesive and bulk fill flowable composite resin have been introduced for time saving and better adaptation. OBJECTIVES: was to compare the microleakage and shear bond strength of Self-adhesive& Bulk fill flowable composite resins. MATERIAL AND METHODS: A total of forty non carious extracted human molars were selected for this study. For microleakage test, twenty Class V cavities were prepared on labial surface. Teeth were divided into… 
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