Effectiveness and dentin bond strengths of two materials for reinforcing thin-walled roots.

@article{Wu2007EffectivenessAD,
  title={Effectiveness and dentin bond strengths of two materials for reinforcing thin-walled roots.},
  author={Xin Wei Wu and Anna Chan and Ya-ming Chen and Kevin H-K Yip and Roger J. Smales},
  journal={Dental materials : official publication of the Academy of Dental Materials},
  year={2007},
  volume={23 4},
  pages={
          479-85
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To investigate the effectiveness of two restorative materials for reinforcing thin-walled roots and their microtensile bond strengths to root canal dentin. METHODS Twenty-one decoronated maxillary central incisor roots were root filled and the canals enlarged to leave approximately 1.0 mm thick dentin walls. The roots were distributed randomly to three equal groups. Group 1 (control): a large tapered cast post-core was fabricated. Group 2 (BIS-CORE): a thick layer of dual-cured… CONTINUE READING

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