Bond Strength of Light Activated Glass Ionomer
With Different Conditioners on Human Dentin.
Dr. Shashirekha. G, Dr. Amit Jena, Dr. Jayshree Hegde
Keyword : Shear bond strength, Light activated glass ionomer,10% polyacrylic acid, 10% maleic acid, 5.25% NaOCl, Smear layer, Dentin
Abstract- Light cured glass ionomer cements offer improved handling characteristics. Photocuring within the cavity preparation may assist in decreasing the moisture contamination and dehydration difficulties associated with the early stage of setting reaction. The success of restoration depends on good adhesion between glass ionomer cement and the tooth structure. Various dentin conditioners have been advised to increase the bond strength of glass ionomer cement to dentin. The purpose of this in-vitro study was to evaluate the influence of three dentin conditioners on shear strength of light activated glass ionomer cement.
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