Influence of adhesive systems on bond strength between fiber posts and composite resin cores in a pull-out test design.

Abstract

The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of post surface conditioning with adhesive systems on tensile bond strength between two composite resin core systems and FRP posts (ER DentinPost). Forty-eight posts were trimmed at the coronal part, and the upper part of 3 mm was covered with a standardized composite resin core build-up. Twenty-four posts were treated with the respective adhesive systems. Four groups were formed: G1 - ClearfilCore; G2 - Clearfil New Bond + ClearfilCore; G3 - MultiCore Flow; and G4 - AdheSE + MultiCore Flow. Mean (SD) bond strengths in MPa were 7.53 (0.89) for ClearfilCore and 8.08 (0.93) for New Bond + ClearfilCore; 5.80 (0.39) for MultiCore Flow and 5.92 (0.43) for AdheSE + MultiCore Flow. ClearfilCore achieved significantly higher bond strengths than MultiCore Flow (two-way ANOVA; p<0.0001). In conclusion, composite resin core materials exerted a significant influence on tensile bond strength, while adhesive systems did not significantly affect the results.

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@article{Wrbas2007InfluenceOA, title={Influence of adhesive systems on bond strength between fiber posts and composite resin cores in a pull-out test design.}, author={K. T. Wrbas and J{\"{o}rg Fabian Schirrmeister and Markus J{\"{o}rg Altenburger and Anastasia Agrafioti and Andrej M Kielbassa}, journal={Dental materials journal}, year={2007}, volume={26 3}, pages={401-8} }