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Adhesion of substrate-adherent combinations for early composite repairs: Effect of intermediate adhesive resin application
(Elsevier B.V., 2014-03-01)
This study evaluated the effect of intermediate adhesive resin application (IAR) on tensile bond strength (TBS) for early composite repairs in situations where substrate and repair composite bonded together were once of ...
Clinical fractures of veneered zirconia single crowns
Crowns made from an yttria-stabilized tetragonal zirconia polycrystals (3Y-TZP) core with a porcelain veneer have shown high clinical failure rates. Manifestations of clinical failure in veneering ceramic ranges from a ...
Study of the effects of exposure to ionizing irradiation on the materials used for dental restoration
(Medimond S R L, 2002-01-01)
A quantitative study was made about the effects caused by ionizing irradiation on materials used for dental restoration (amalgams, compound resins and compomere), aiming to alleviate in bearers of head and neck cancer, the ...
Sealing of restorations with marginal defects does not affect their longevity
(Mosher & Linder, 2018)
Purpose: To evaluate sealed amalgam and resin-based composite restorations after 12 years to determine whether sealing minor defects (micro-repairs) enhanced the longevity of restorations. Methods: 34 subjects aged 18-80 ...
Survival rate of Sealed, Refurbished and repaired defective restorations: 4-year follow-up
The most common treatment in general dental practice is the replacement of restorations affected by secondary caries or marginal deficiencies. Alternative treatments to replacement of defective restorations, such as marginal ...
Sealing, refurbishment and repair of Class I and Class II defective restorations A three-year clinical trial
(American Dental Association, 2009)
Background. The authors conducted a clinical study to examine the effectiveness of treatments other than replacement for defective Class I and Class II resinbased composite (RBC) and amalgam (AM) restorations. Methods. ...
Microleakage at the composite-repair interface: Effect of different surface treatment methods
(Operative Dentistry IncIndianapolisÍndia, 2005)