Sem study: shear bond strength at interface between fiberglass-reinforced splint system and dental surface for periodontally compromised teeth
AbstractThis study assessed, through scanning electron microscopy (SEM), the behaviour of adhesive systems used for bonding fiberglass-reinforced splint system to enamel surfaces ofperiodontally compromised anterior teeth. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) observations of the fracture behaviour, shear bond strength and interfacial morphology were performed initially, after 7 days and after 6 months. SEM illustrations revealed various degrees of intermingling between the adhesive material and dental enamel. The best results were performed by Admira Bond system, followed by Scotchbond system. The lowest shear bond strength were assessed for Te Econom system, with high leakage values between dental surface and adhesive resin. Fiber-reinforced splint systems bonded with adhesive and composite resins can be used with good results instead of classical splint systems, especially in frontal areas.
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