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The bond strength of orthodontic resins to porcelain.
Aust Orthod J. 1993 Oct; 13(1):8-12.AO

Abstract

Orthodontic brackets were bonded to one of two porcelain surfaces using a self-cured or one of two light-activated orthodontic bonding resins. The porcelain surfaces were either glazed (control) or deglazed (experimental) by being subjected to either 1.23% APF for 4 minutes or roughened with a Busch silent wheel. The bonds were tested to failure in shear mode on a universal mechanical testing machine. For one porcelain, there was no significant difference in the mean bond strengths between the control and the APF-treated surface, but for the second porcelain the mean bond strength was significantly greater when the surface was de-glazed by abrasion. It is considered that the mean bond strengths may be inadequate to withstand manipulations associated with routine orthodontic therapy.

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School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne.No affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

16429852

Citation

White, G J., and M J. Tyas. "The Bond Strength of Orthodontic Resins to Porcelain." Australian Orthodontic Journal, vol. 13, no. 1, 1993, pp. 8-12.
White GJ, Tyas MJ. The bond strength of orthodontic resins to porcelain. Aust Orthod J. 1993;13(1):8-12.
White, G. J., & Tyas, M. J. (1993). The bond strength of orthodontic resins to porcelain. Australian Orthodontic Journal, 13(1), 8-12.
White GJ, Tyas MJ. The Bond Strength of Orthodontic Resins to Porcelain. Aust Orthod J. 1993;13(1):8-12. PubMed PMID: 16429852.
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