Long-term effect of chlorhexidine on the dentin microtensile bond strength of conventional and self-adhesive resin cements : a two-year in vitro study

Long-term effect of chlorhexidine on the dentin microtensile bond strength of conventional and self-adhesive resin cements : a two-year in vitro study

M. D. Menezes, T. H. S. Stape, F. H. B. Aguiar, L. R. M. Martins, C. J. Soares, P. S. Quagliatto

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Since degradation of the adhesive interface plays an important role on dental restoration failure overtime, bonding protocols containing metalloproteinase synthetic inhibitors could be a valuable approach to preserve the bond strength of indirect restorations. A flat dentin surface was created on 40...

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Long-term effect of chlorhexidine on the dentin microtensile bond strength of conventional and self-adhesive resin cements : a two-year in vitro study

M. D. Menezes, T. H. S. Stape, F. H. B. Aguiar, L. R. M. Martins, C. J. Soares, P. S. Quagliatto


										

Long-term effect of chlorhexidine on the dentin microtensile bond strength of conventional and self-adhesive resin cements : a two-year in vitro study

M. D. Menezes, T. H. S. Stape, F. H. B. Aguiar, L. R. M. Martins, C. J. Soares, P. S. Quagliatto

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    International journal of adhesion and adhesives

    Vol. 50 (Apr., 2014), p. 228-234