Corpus ID: 208087137

Original Article

@inproceedings{Tabatabaei1996OriginalA,
  title={Original Article},
  author={Masoumeh Hasani Tabatabaei and Sedigheh Sheikhzadeh and Hamidreza Ghasemi Monfared Rad and A Esehagh Beygi and Hossein Bagheri},
  year={1996}
}
Received: 16 March 2015 Accepted: 27 June 2015 Abstract Objectives: Repairing composite restorations is a challenging procedure especially when two different types of composites are used. This study aimed to compare the repair strength of silorane-based composite (SC) (Filtek P90) with that of preheated SC, methacrylate composite (MC)(Z250), flowable MC (Filtek Supreme Plus) and different adhesive/composite combinations. Materials and Methods: Eighty-four SC specimens were fabricated and… Expand

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