Cimentos autoadesivos: inter-relação dentina-cimento-pino

e Souza Junior, Mario Honorato Silva; Loretto, Sandro Cordeiro; e Souza, Patrícia de Almeida Rodrigues Silva; Lobato, Marcelo Figueiredo; Carneiro, Karina Kato
January 2010
Revista Dental Press de Estética;jan-mar2010, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p94
Academic Journal
Pre-fabricated posts are mainly used to increase the retention of core materials. The strength of the restored tooth may also be indirectly enhanced due to the presence of the post. The access and visualization of the root canal is particularly difficult. To simplify the luting protocol and minimize the chances of errors, it has been suggested the use of self-adhesive cements, due to its simple use and interactions within the root canal. Therefore, this paper aims to discuss, based on a literature review and SEM images, the relationship of this material with dentin and post surface.


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