2017
DOI: 10.15761/ohc.1000114
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Comparative SEM Observation of Silver-Nitrate at Resin-Dentin Interface: Nanoleakage Study

Abstract: Background: Most of one-bottle self-etch dental adhesives or so-called "all-in-one" system contains a mixture of hydrophilic and hydrophobic components that are dissolved in an organic solvent. This variability between the adhesives would affect their interaction with tooth structures. Flaw in this interaction, represented by poor dentin hybridization might affect the treatment success. Thus, the objective of the study was to compare between two different all-in-one self-etch adhesives, by examining the nanole… Show more

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“…The absence of HEMA would enhance the bonding ability to dentin by reducing the water uptake and consequently less hydrolytic degradation [48,49]. However, the high-water contents in this adhesive may adversely affect complete water elimination from the demineralized dentin during the airdrying step, as the water vapor pressure is relatively low in comparison to acetone and ethanol [15,50]. These prospects are coinciding with other reports on HEMA-free and water-based adhesives, which demonstrated water-tree and nano-leakage within the hybrid layer that were attributed to high water inclusion and compromised polymerization [51,52].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The absence of HEMA would enhance the bonding ability to dentin by reducing the water uptake and consequently less hydrolytic degradation [48,49]. However, the high-water contents in this adhesive may adversely affect complete water elimination from the demineralized dentin during the airdrying step, as the water vapor pressure is relatively low in comparison to acetone and ethanol [15,50]. These prospects are coinciding with other reports on HEMA-free and water-based adhesives, which demonstrated water-tree and nano-leakage within the hybrid layer that were attributed to high water inclusion and compromised polymerization [51,52].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%