Shear Bond Strength of Four Cariostatic Tooth Colored Materials to Dentin of Permanent Premolar Teeth
E. Farrokhgisu and A. Eskandarizade
DOI : 10.3844/crdsp.2010.11.14
Current Research in Dentistry
Volume 1, Issue 2
Problem statement: The purpose of this study was to compare the shear bond strength of four cariostatic restorative materials to dentin of permanent teeth. Approach: Restorative materials which have used in the study were composite P60 (3M), conventional glass ionomer (Fuji II, GC), light cured glass ionomer (Vitremer, 3M), compomer (F2000, 3M) and flow compoglass (Vivadent). This study was in vito study 4 groups of 10 teeth were used. Buccal surface of teeth was cut by high speed diamond cylinder burs, no 0.9 and dentin was exposed. Dentin surface was polished using
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