2023
DOI: 10.3390/ma16020724
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Effect of Different Types of Adhesive Agents on Orthodontic Bracket Shear Bond Strength: A Cyclic Loading Study

Abstract: Bracket failure is one of the most important problems encountered during fixed orthodontic treatment. For this reason, different types of adhesive agents have been developed over the years. Consequently, the aim of this study was to evaluate the shear bond strength of brackets bonded to teeth etched with a conventional acid etching method in a laboratory environment by using different types of adhesive agents and comparing the number of shear strokes. Sixty human maxillary premolars were divided into three gro… Show more

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“…According to a review by Irfan Eser et al , BracePaste and Transbond XT adhesive can be used interchangeably in clinical settings as they demonstrate similar shear stroke numbers. 25 According to the manufacturer, BracePaste and Transbond XT possess similar bonding strengths owing to their common Bis-GMA and Quartz Silica ingredients and nearly identical filler content. However, BracePaste adhesive was found to have significantly higher ARI scores in this study, as 75% of the samples retained more than 50% of the adhesive on the enamel.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to a review by Irfan Eser et al , BracePaste and Transbond XT adhesive can be used interchangeably in clinical settings as they demonstrate similar shear stroke numbers. 25 According to the manufacturer, BracePaste and Transbond XT possess similar bonding strengths owing to their common Bis-GMA and Quartz Silica ingredients and nearly identical filler content. However, BracePaste adhesive was found to have significantly higher ARI scores in this study, as 75% of the samples retained more than 50% of the adhesive on the enamel.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%