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Influence of different repair procedures on bond strength of adhesive filling materials to etched enamel in vitro.
Oper Dent. 2003 Nov-Dec; 28(6):800-7.OD

Abstract

Contamination of etched enamel with repair bond agents during repair of dental restorations may interfere with the bonding of composite to enamel. This study examined the bond strength of adhesive filling materials to etched bovine enamel after pre-treatment with the repair systems Monobond S, Silibond and Co-Jet. The materials Tetric Ceram, Dyract and Definite and their corresponding bonding agents (Syntac Single Comp, Prime & Bond NT, Etch and Prime) were tested in combination with the repair systems. One hundred and thirty-five enamel specimens were etched (37% phosphoric acid, 60 seconds) and equally distributed among three groups (A-C). In Group A, the repair materials were applied on etched enamel followed by applying the composite materials without using their respective bonding material. In Group B, the composite materials were placed on etched enamel after applying the repair materials and bonding agents. In control Group C, the composite materials and bonding agents were applied on etched enamel without using the repair systems. In each sub-group, every composite material was applied on 15 specimens. Samples were stored in artificial saliva for 14 days and thermocycled 1,000 times (5 degrees C/55 degrees C). The shear bond strength of the samples were then determined in a universal testing machine (ISO 10477). Applying Monobond or Silibond followed by the use of its respective bonding agents resulted in a bond strength that was not statistically different from the controls for all filling materials (Group C). The three composites that used Monobond and Silibond without applying the corresponding bonding agent resulted in bond strengths that were significantly lower than the controls. Utilizing the Co-Jet-System drastically reduced the bond strength of composites on etched enamel. Contamination of etched enamel with the repairing bonding agents Monobond and Silibond does not interfere with bond strength if the application of Monobond and Silibond is followed by using its corresponding bonding system of the composites tested.

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Department of Operative Dentistry, Preventive Dentistry and Periodontology, University of Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany. Christian.hannig@med.uni-goettingen.deNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

14653297

Citation

Hannig, Christian, et al. "Influence of Different Repair Procedures On Bond Strength of Adhesive Filling Materials to Etched Enamel in Vitro." Operative Dentistry, vol. 28, no. 6, 2003, pp. 800-7.
Hannig C, Hahn P, Thiele PP, et al. Influence of different repair procedures on bond strength of adhesive filling materials to etched enamel in vitro. Oper Dent. 2003;28(6):800-7.
Hannig, C., Hahn, P., Thiele, P. P., & Attin, T. (2003). Influence of different repair procedures on bond strength of adhesive filling materials to etched enamel in vitro. Operative Dentistry, 28(6), 800-7.
Hannig C, et al. Influence of Different Repair Procedures On Bond Strength of Adhesive Filling Materials to Etched Enamel in Vitro. Oper Dent. 2003 Nov-Dec;28(6):800-7. PubMed PMID: 14653297.
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TY - JOUR T1 - Influence of different repair procedures on bond strength of adhesive filling materials to etched enamel in vitro. AU - Hannig,Christian, AU - Hahn,Petra, AU - Thiele,Patrick-Philipp, AU - Attin,Thomas, PY - 2003/12/5/pubmed PY - 2004/1/24/medline PY - 2003/12/5/entrez SP - 800 EP - 7 JF - Operative dentistry JO - Oper Dent VL - 28 IS - 6 N2 - Contamination of etched enamel with repair bond agents during repair of dental restorations may interfere with the bonding of composite to enamel. This study examined the bond strength of adhesive filling materials to etched bovine enamel after pre-treatment with the repair systems Monobond S, Silibond and Co-Jet. The materials Tetric Ceram, Dyract and Definite and their corresponding bonding agents (Syntac Single Comp, Prime & Bond NT, Etch and Prime) were tested in combination with the repair systems. One hundred and thirty-five enamel specimens were etched (37% phosphoric acid, 60 seconds) and equally distributed among three groups (A-C). In Group A, the repair materials were applied on etched enamel followed by applying the composite materials without using their respective bonding material. In Group B, the composite materials were placed on etched enamel after applying the repair materials and bonding agents. In control Group C, the composite materials and bonding agents were applied on etched enamel without using the repair systems. In each sub-group, every composite material was applied on 15 specimens. Samples were stored in artificial saliva for 14 days and thermocycled 1,000 times (5 degrees C/55 degrees C). The shear bond strength of the samples were then determined in a universal testing machine (ISO 10477). Applying Monobond or Silibond followed by the use of its respective bonding agents resulted in a bond strength that was not statistically different from the controls for all filling materials (Group C). The three composites that used Monobond and Silibond without applying the corresponding bonding agent resulted in bond strengths that were significantly lower than the controls. Utilizing the Co-Jet-System drastically reduced the bond strength of composites on etched enamel. Contamination of etched enamel with the repairing bonding agents Monobond and Silibond does not interfere with bond strength if the application of Monobond and Silibond is followed by using its corresponding bonding system of the composites tested. SN - 0361-7734 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/14653297/Influence_of_different_repair_procedures_on_bond_strength_of_adhesive_filling_materials_to_etched_enamel_in_vitro_ DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -