Consequences of Enamel Preparation with Sodium Hypochlorite , Polyacrylic and Phosphoric Acids for the Bonding of Brackets with Resin-modified Glass Ionomer Cements

@inproceedings{Trindade2013ConsequencesOE,
  title={Consequences of Enamel Preparation with Sodium Hypochlorite , Polyacrylic and Phosphoric Acids for the Bonding of Brackets with Resin-modified Glass Ionomer Cements},
  author={Alessandra Marques Trindade and Tatiana Bahia Junqueira Pereira and Perrin Smith Neto and Martinho Campolina Rebello Horta and Matheus Pithon and Em{\'i}lio Akaki and Dauro Douglas Oliveira},
  year={2013}
}
The search for the ideal orthodontic bonding material persists, one that provides physical, chemical, mechanical and biological characteristics to more effectively meet the clinical needs of orthodontists. One of the main challenges lies in achieving a sufficient bond strength that supports both masticatory and orthodontic mechanical loads without being too strong to jeopardize the integrity of the enamel upon removal of the accessories. Furthermore, the ideal bonding system should provide… CONTINUE READING