Microleakage of self-etch primer/adhesives in endodontically treated teeth

Korasli, Deniz; Ziraman, Fatmagül; Ozyurt, Perihan; Cehreli, S. Burcak
May 2007
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);May2007, Vol. 138 Issue 5, p634
Academic Journal
The article examines the coronal marginal leakage of endodontically treated teeth bonded with four self-etching adhesives and one total-etch adhesive system. According to the authors, none of the tested self-etch adhesives completely eliminated microleakage. The authors' experiment showed that dye leakage was restricted to the coronal cavity walls, while Single Bond and Clearfil SE Bond showed lower dye penetration values.


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