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Evaluation of Bond Strength: An In vitro Study using Pro Seal

@article{Tarvade2014EvaluationOB,
  title={Evaluation of Bond Strength: An In vitro Study using Pro Seal},
  author={Suchita Madhukar Tarvade and Atul Deshmukh and Sadashiv Gopinath Daokar},
  journal={Journal of International Oral Health : JIOH},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={1 - 3}
}
Background: Fluoride releasing bonding agent were introduced to take care of white spot lesions. However, their clinically handling properties are less than ideal, deterring many practitioners. Reliance orthodontic products (Itacsa, I11) recently released an enamel sealant named Pro Seal to be used with bonding agents. Hu and Featherstone showed Pro Seal significantly decreased enamel demineralization. Hence, this study was undertaken to study the bond strength using Pro Seal. Materials and… 

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