Chlorhexidine increases the longevity of in vivo resin-dentin bonds.

@article{Ricci2010ChlorhexidineIT,
  title={Chlorhexidine increases the longevity of in vivo resin-dentin bonds.},
  author={H{\'e}rica Adad Ricci and Mariane Emi Sanabe and C A de Souza Costa and David Henry Pashley and Josimeri Hebling},
  journal={European journal of oral sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={118 4},
  pages={411-6}
}
The aim of this study was to evaluate the mechanical stability of resin-dentin bonds produced in vivo in the presence of chlorhexidine. Children presenting at least one pair of contralateral primary molars with occlusal carious lesions were enrolled in the study. After cavity preparation and phosphoric acid etching, dentin was treated with 5 microl of either 2% chlorhexidine (experimental group) or deionized water (control group) [corrected].Thirteen pairs of teeth were restored and were… CONTINUE READING

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