Chemical Retention of Composite Resin to Metal

Tenjoma, L. T.; Nicholls, J. I.; Townsend, J. T.; Harper, R. J.
January 1990
International Journal of Prosthodontics;Jan/Feb1990, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p78
Academic Journal
Three dental adhesives were used to chemically bond three dental veneering resins to a nickel-chromium alloy and a 52% gold alloy. As a control, all three veneering resins were applied directly to the aluminum-oxide-abraded surface without using an adhesive. The various combinations were subjected to a tensile load, and the tensile bond strength and failure location were recorded. The results indicated that the adhesives provided a statistically significant bond between the resin and the alloys.


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