A clinical technique for bonding gold castings to teeth

Eakle, W. Stephan; Lacy, Alton M.
June 1991
Quintessence International;Jun1991, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p491
Academic Journal
A clinical technique is presented that allows practitioners to use adhesive bonding techniques to improve the retention and seal of gold castings. At the time of delivery of a gold casting, the preparation is treated with a self-curing enamel and dentinal bonding agent. The internal surface of the casting is sandblasted and electroplated with tin to produce a surface suitable for bonding with a resin cement, which is virtually insoluble and is adhesive to both the metal surface and the treated tooth.


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