The effect of an air-powder abrasive device on the bond strength of glass ionomer cements to dentin

Kakaboura, A.; Vougiouklakis, G.; Mountouris, G.
January 1989
Quintessence International;Jan1989, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
The article presents a study on the effect of an air-powder abrasive device on the bond strength of glass ionomer cements to dentin. The materials that were tested include Fuji ionomer II glass ionomer based on polyacrylic acid, and Ketac-Bond system based on polymaleic acid, and Ketac-Silver glass cermet cement. It has been concluded that the bond strength of the cements to untreated dentin differs among commercial products but not at a level that is statistically significant. It has also been concluded that the pretreatment of dentin surface by the abrasive device does not necessarily increase the bond strength of glass ionomer significantly.


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