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The Efficacy of Contemporary p(NIPAM)- based Microgel particles on Sealing ability & Shear Bond Strength to Dentin Compared to Universal Bonding System : An In vitro study // MS // Prof.Dr Faten kamel // Dr. Reham mohsen // Dr. Mona Fadel (2017-2018)

By: Ruba Alaa El Damarisy.
Material type: TextTextSeries: DENTISTRY DISTINGUISHED PROJECTS 2018. Publisher: Giza MSA 2018Description: 12 P. 30 CM.Subject(s): Dentistry -- Microgel particles -- Sealing ability -- Bonding SystemDDC classification: 616 Online resources: FULL TEXT PRESS HERE Summary: This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of polymeric microgel dialyzed anionic p(NIPAM) on sealing of dentinal tubules, it also evaluated the influence of the use of the polymer p(NIPAM) on the bond strength to dentin. It was concluded that p(NIPAM) can be used with adhesive system without affecting the bond strength. Moreover, The etch and rinse adhesive could not resist degradation under thermal conditions. Furthermore, the addition of p(NIPAM) might be able to protect the adhesive interface against degradation when subjected to clinical thermal conditions
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This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of
polymeric microgel dialyzed anionic p(NIPAM) on sealing of
dentinal tubules, it also evaluated the influence of the use of
the polymer p(NIPAM) on the bond strength to dentin. It was
concluded that p(NIPAM) can be used with adhesive system
without affecting the bond strength. Moreover, The etch and
rinse adhesive could not resist degradation under thermal
conditions. Furthermore, the addition of p(NIPAM) might be
able to protect the adhesive interface against degradation
when subjected to clinical thermal conditions

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