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Paul: Adhesive Luting Procedures
Paul, Stefan J.

Adhesive Luting Procedures

Series: Habilitationsschriften
1. Auflage 1997
Hardcover, 186 pages, 181 images
Language: English
Subject: Restorative Dentistry

Title-No.: 39951
ISBN 978-3-87652-993-6
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

Title out of print.

The demand for tooth-colored restorations has grown considerable in western countries during the past decade. In addition, ecological considerations and patients' concern about amalgam fillings as a risk for their health are increasing. Today, composites and ceramics are alternative clinical restoration materials.
For esthetic reasons, transparent composite luting resins are used for the cementation of ceramic restorations onto teeth. However, the primary goal of every cementation procedure is to obtain a durable bond and a good marginal adaption of the luting material to the restoration and the tooth.


1. Introduction 13
Cementation of direct Restorations 13
Adhesive Cementation of Crowns 13
Clinical Aspects 14
References 14
2. Aim of This Study 17
3. Morphologic and Pysiologic Aspects for Achieving a Good Bond to Dentin 19
Structure of Human Dentin 19
Physiologic Aspects of Human Dentin and Implications for Laboratory Testing of Adhesion 21
Imitation of Intrapulpal Pressure 21
Thermal Cycling 23
Summary 23
References 24
4. Development and Chemical Structure of Dentin-Bonding Agents and Composite Luting Resins 27
Denting-Bonding Agents 27
Historical Development of Denting-Bonding Agents over the Past Four Decades 27
Chemical Structure of Dentin 27
Chemical Structure of Adhesive Resins 28
Current State of Development 30
Chemical Composition of Recent Denting-Bonding Agents 30
Summary 34
Composite Luting Resins 35
Composition and Characteristics 35
References 35
5 Shear Bond Strength of Dentin-Bonding Agents on Freshly Dentin 37
Materials and Methods 37
Results 40
Results 40
Discussion 41
References 42
6. Shear Bond Strength of Dentin-Bonding Agents Combined with Various Composite Luting Resins on Freshly Prepared Dentin 45
Materials and Methods 52
Results 55
Marginal Gap in Enamel 55
Marginal Gap in Dentin 56
Discussion 56
References 59
8. Shear Bond Strength of Various Adhesive Luting Systems on Enamel 63
Materials and Methods 63
Results 64
Discussion 65
References 66
9. Film Thickness of Various Dentin-Bonding Agents 67
Materials and Methods 67
Results 70
Discussion 71
References 74
10. Influence of Provisional Cements on Shear Bond Strength of Various Adhesive Luting Systems on Dentin 75
Materials and Methods 75
Results 77
Discussion 78
References 81
11. Effect of Cleaning Dentin with Soap and Pumice on Shear Bond Strength of Adhesive Luting Systems on Dentin 83
Materials and Methods 83
Results 85
Discussion 85
References 88
12. Effect of a Dual Application of Dentin-Bonding Agents on Shear Bond Strength of Various Adhesive Luting Systems on Dentin 89
Materials and Methods 89
Results 91
Discussion 94
References 96
13. Scanning Electron Microscopic Evaluation of the Influence of the Oxygen-Inhibited Layer of Resins on the Polymerization of Impression Materials 99
Materials an Methods 99
Results 102
Discussion 109
References 109
14. Evaluation of the Dentin Adhesive Interface Using Cryo-Preparation Combined with Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy 111
Materials and Methods 112
Part 1 112
Part 2 116
Results (Part 1) 117
Discussion (Part 1) 117
Conclusion (Part 1) 119
Results (Part 2) 133
AllBond 2 133
ART Bond 133
P-Bond 134
Discussion (Part 2) 134
AllBond 2 134
ART Bond 136
P-Bond 136
Conclusion (Part 2) 136
References 169
15. Summary 173
16. Conclusion 177
17. Clinical Consequences 179
Acknowledgments 181
Manufacturer Locations 183
Index 185