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The effect of blasting zirconia liner on microtensile bond strength of zirconia to layered and pressed veneers

  title={The effect of blasting zirconia liner on microtensile bond strength of zirconia to layered and pressed veneers},
  author={Noppavan Nagaviroj and Alisa Tapananon and W. Kanchanavasita and Somsak and Chitmongkolsuk},
Objective: To investigate the effect of sandblasting the zirconia liner on the microtensile bond strength of manually-layered and pressed veneers to zirconia Materials and methods: Bilayered zirconia specimens were prepared from e.maxZirCAD framework materials and divided into four groups (at least 30 specimens per group). Two veneering techniques were used: I. Layering technique (e.maxCeram) for group 1 and group 2 and II. Press-on technique (e.maxZirPress) for group 3 and group 4. ZirLiner… 

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