publication . Article . 2010

Reflections about Adhesive Systems

Marciano de Freitas Borges; Pâmela Gutheil Diesel; Fernanda Gomez Corrêa; Eledana Bernardi; Anelise Fernandes Montagner; Jovito Adiel Skupien; Alexandre Henrique Susin;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2010 Journal: International journal of odontostomatology, volume 4, pages 47-52 (eissn: 0718-381X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: SciELO Agencia Nacional de Investigacion y Desarrollo (ANID)
Abstract
The adhesive systems are responsible for an efficient union between teeth and resin, resulting in a longevity restoration. They are organic molecules di or multifunctional that contain reactive groups that interact with dentin and with the resin monomer of composite resin. The adhesive systems are characterized by wet adhesion, which is a result of presence of hidrophylics radicals in their compositions, to promote a better bond and the best properties of the adhesion. Adhesive systems may use two different strategies to interact with the dental structure: total-etching and self-etching technique. The total-etching systems require a conditioning, a rinsing and a...
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free text keywords: adhesives systems, self-etching adhesives, total-etching adhesives, sistemas adhesivos, adhesivos autograbantes, adhesivos de grabado total, Physics, Humanities
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