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By Michelle Sunico-Segarra, Armin Segarra

ISBN-10: 3662438410

ISBN-13: 9783662438411

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This publication discusses and describes intimately the to be had resin cements, that are now a staple of dental perform. elements that have an effect on the medical functionality of resin cements are completely tested and the various resin cements at present out there are mentioned extensive, with info on symptoms, barriers, dealing with and manipulation and garage. determination timber and suggestion maps are supplied to assist the clinician in selecting the best cement for specific scientific events. the ultimate a part of the booklet is dedicated to genuine scientific systems and gives step by step information at the cementation of inlays/onlays, veneers and crowns and bridges made from diversified fabrics. commonly asked questions also are highlighted, with immediately to the purpose solutions. A useful scientific advisor to Resin Cements will function a useful reference that's perfect for session by way of clinicians ahead of a massive cementation procedure.

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These cements are dual cured. 2 Clinical and Technical Considerations The self-adhesive resin cements produce adequate bonds to the dentin and enamel. However, comparing them with etch-and-rinse and self-etch resin cements, they show lower bond strengths (Luhrs et al. 2009). Initially high bond strengths also tend to decrease with time (de Sa Barbosa et al. 2013). As less clinical steps are needed for these cements, there is less risk of contamination, and hence these cements are not as technique sensitive as the etch-and-rinse cements.

However, taking into consideration all their advantages and disadvantages, self-etch resin cements are specifically best for the following situations: 1. Crowns and bridges with a lot of healthy dentin exposed 2. When retention is compromised: (a) Short crowns with less than 4 mm height (b) Crown tapers of more than 14° 3. Crowns and other fixed prostheses that have repeatedly come off 4. 4 Manipulation Most self-etch resin cements come in two-paste systems and are dual cured (Fig. 4). These cements are very specific as to the type of adhesive that should be used in conjunction with them to avoid any incompatibilities (Fig.

For best results, equal amounts of the base and catalyst paste should be dispensed and thoroughly mixed. It is not possible to use only one paste as the composition of Paste A and Paste B are different and are both needed to ensure good bonding and clinical results. This is especially true for the self-etch conventional resin cements and self-adhesive resin cements which usually come in double-barreled syringes. 3. As cementation with resin cements is an adhesive procedure, isolation is a necessity to prevent contamination, which may compromise bonding.

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