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Adhesion of composite luting cement to Er:YAG-laser-treated dentin.

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  • Adhesion of composite luting cement to Er:YAG-laser-treated dentin. Abstract Text:

    teresa c d carrieriTeresa C D Carrieri,patricia m de freitasPatricia M de Freitas,ricardo s navarroRicardo S Navarro,carlos de p eduardoCarlos de P Eduardo,matsuyoshi moriMatsuyoshi Mori,teresa c d carrieriTeresa C D Carrieri,patricia m de freitasPatricia M de Freitas,ricardo s navarroRicardo S Navarro,carlos de p eduardoCarlos de P Eduardo,matsuyoshi moriMatsuyoshi Mori,

    Although some studies claim to the increase of composite resin adhesion to Er:YAG-laser-treated dentin, there are still no reports on the adhesion of composite resin cements to the irradiated surface. This in vitro study evaluated the tensile bond strength (TBS) of a composite resin cement to dentin treated with the Er:YAG laser. Sixty human dentin samples were divided into four groups (n = 15): G1 (Control)-no treatment; G2-Er:YAG laser 60 mJ, 2 Hz, with water cooling, non-contact (19 J/cm(2)); G3-Er:YAG laser 60 mJ, 10 Hz, 50/10 fiber, contact, without water cooling (40 J/cm(2)); G4-Er:YAG laser 60 mJ, 10 Hz, 50/10 fiber, contact, with water cooling (40 J/cm(2)). After the surface treatment, each sample was submitted to bonding procedures. The analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Tukey tests revealed no statistical significant difference on TBS values for groups G1 (13.73 +/- 3.05 MPa), G2 (12.60 +/- 2.09 MPa) and G4 (11.17 +/- 4.04 MPa). G4 was not statistically different from G3 (8.64 +/- 2.06 MPa). Er:YAG laser irradiation with different settings can constitute an alternative tool to the use of composite resin-luting cements.

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    tc carrieriTC Carrieri,pm de freitasPM de Freitas,rs navarroRS Navarro,cde eduardoCde Eduardo,m moriM Mori,tc carrieriTC Carrieri,pm de freitasPM de Freitas,rs navarroRS Navarro,cde eduardoCde Eduardo,m moriM Mori,

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    PUBLICATION TYPE: Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov

    Journal: Lasers in medical science

    VOLUME: 22

    Page Numbers: 165-70

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    ISSN: 0268-8921

    DAY: 18

    MONTH: 01

    YEAR: 2007

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    LANGUAGE: eng

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    AFFILIATION: Department of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, University of São Paulo (USP), São Paulo, Brazil.

    Country: England

    England Research Publication

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