Clinical evaluation of an 'all-in-one' bonding system to non-carious cervical lesions--results at one year.

@article{Burrow2003ClinicalEO,
  title={Clinical evaluation of an 'all-in-one' bonding system to non-carious cervical lesions--results at one year.},
  author={M. Burrow and M. Tyas},
  journal={Australian dental journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={
          180-2
        }
}
BACKGROUND The recent trend in using dentine adhesives is to simplify the number of steps required for bonding. The simplest are now the so-called 'all-in-one' products which combine the etching, priming and bonding steps into a single application. However, few clinical trials have been reported using this type of material. The current study reports the one-year results of a clinical trial with One-Up Bond F and Palfique Estilite resin composite. METHODS Fifty-one non-undercut non-carious… Expand
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