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[System for intraoral repair of ceramic blends--an in vitro study of adhesive strength].
ZWR. 1991 Nov; 100(11):848-52.ZWR

Abstract

We investigated composite repair systems for crown facings which consisted in principle of a silane primer, of an unfilled Bis-GMA bonding agent and of a filled Bis-GMA resin. The in vitro investigations revealed that under oral conditions the longterm durability of the bond strength is still unsufficient, unless care is taken that the debris layer which is caused by mechanical treatment has been removed.

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Klinik für Zahnärztliche Prothetik, RWTH Aachen.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Comparative Study
English Abstract
Journal Article

Language

ger

PubMed ID

1840165

Citation

Bieniek, K, et al. "[System for Intraoral Repair of Ceramic Blends--an in Vitro Study of Adhesive Strength]." ZWR, vol. 100, no. 11, 1991, pp. 848-52.
Bieniek K, Marx R, von Mulert C. [System for intraoral repair of ceramic blends--an in vitro study of adhesive strength]. ZWR. 1991;100(11):848-52.
Bieniek, K., Marx, R., & von Mulert, C. (1991). [System for intraoral repair of ceramic blends--an in vitro study of adhesive strength]. ZWR, 100(11), 848-52.
Bieniek K, Marx R, von Mulert C. [System for Intraoral Repair of Ceramic Blends--an in Vitro Study of Adhesive Strength]. ZWR. 1991;100(11):848-52. PubMed PMID: 1840165.
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