Effects of cyclic stressing on attachment bond strength using glass ionomer cement and composite resin.

@article{Moseley1995EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of cyclic stressing on attachment bond strength using glass ionomer cement and composite resin.},
  author={Howard C Moseley and Elisabeth N Horrocks and Gavin J Pearson and Elizabeth Hackney Davies},
  journal={British journal of orthodontics},
  year={1995},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={23-7}
}
Bonded orthodontic brackets were subjected to cyclic loading in order to simulate the effect of occlusal forces. The subsequent effect on bond strength was determined. Stainless steel, mesh-based brackets were bonded to extracted teeth with either composite resin or glass ionomer cement. A jig was designed to subject each bracket to a preselected loading level and the 24-hour shear/peel bond strength of both stressed and unstressed brackets was subsequently measured. Cyclic loading brought… CONTINUE READING

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