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Effect of three surface treatments on the adhesive properties of indirect composite restorations.

@article{DArcangelo2007EffectOT,
  title={Effect of three surface treatments on the adhesive properties of indirect composite restorations.},
  author={Camillo D'Arcangelo and Lorenzo Vanini},
  journal={The journal of adhesive dentistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={9 3},
  pages={
          319-26
        }
}
PURPOSE To evaluate the effect of different surface treatments of composite resin blocks on the adhesive properties of indirect composite restorations. The null hypothesis tested was that none of the performed surface treatments would produce greater bond strength. MATERIALS AND METHODS The crowns of 80 extracted molars were transversally sectioned next to the pulp to expose flat, deep dentin surfaces. Eighty-eight cylindrical composite specimens measuring 3.5 mm in diameter and 10 mm in… 
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