Effect of the hydrophilic nanofiller loading on the mechanical properties and the microtensile bond strength of an ethanol-based one-bottle dentin adhesive.

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This study evaluated the hypothesis that if hydrophilic nanofillers were dispersed evenly within the adhesive layer under moist conditions, adding them to a one-bottle dentin adhesive might improve the mechanical properties of the adhesive layer, and accordingly increase the bond strength. The flexural strength (FS), the degree of conversion (DC), and the… (More)

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@article{Kim2005EffectOT, title={Effect of the hydrophilic nanofiller loading on the mechanical properties and the microtensile bond strength of an ethanol-based one-bottle dentin adhesive.}, author={Jong-Soon Kim and Byeong-Hoon Cho and In-bog Lee and Chung-Moon Um and Bum-Soon Lim and Myung-Hwan Oh and C Chang and Ho-Hyun Son}, journal={Journal of biomedical materials research. Part B, Applied biomaterials}, year={2005}, volume={72 2}, pages={284-91} }