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Adhesive sealing of dentin surfaces in vitro: A review.

Adhesive sealing of dentin surfaces in vitro: A review. This review describes the evolution of the use of dental adhesives to form a tight seal of freshly prepared dentin to protect the pulp from bacterial products, during the time between crown preparation and final cementation of full crowns. The evolution of these "immediate dentin sealants" follows the evolution of dental adhesives, in general. That is, they began with multiple-step, etch-and-rinse adhesives, and then switched to the use of simplified adhesives. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of dentistry Pubmed

Adhesive sealing of dentin surfaces in vitro: A review.

American journal of dentistry , Volume 28 (6): 12 – Feb 25, 2016

Adhesive sealing of dentin surfaces in vitro: A review.


Abstract

This review describes the evolution of the use of dental adhesives to form a tight seal of freshly prepared dentin to protect the pulp from bacterial products, during the time between crown preparation and final cementation of full crowns. The evolution of these "immediate dentin sealants" follows the evolution of dental adhesives, in general. That is, they began with multiple-step, etch-and-rinse adhesives, and then switched to the use of simplified adhesives.

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0894-8275
pmid
26846037

Abstract

This review describes the evolution of the use of dental adhesives to form a tight seal of freshly prepared dentin to protect the pulp from bacterial products, during the time between crown preparation and final cementation of full crowns. The evolution of these "immediate dentin sealants" follows the evolution of dental adhesives, in general. That is, they began with multiple-step, etch-and-rinse adhesives, and then switched to the use of simplified adhesives.

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American journal of dentistryPubmed

Published: Feb 25, 2016

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