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Étude de facteurs participant à l’adhésion d’une vitrocéramique enrichie au disilicate de lithium avec une résine d’assemblage sans potentiel adhésif

Abstract : Dental surgery evolution is guided by clinical needs and not by materials properties. Aesthetic demand of patients increases the use of ceramic materials. The more used glass ceramic are based on lithium disilicate. The bonding protocol may vary according to the dental surgeon. First, this document analyses the literature. The experimental part details each step for bonding (hydrofluoric acid etching, rinsing, silanization, ...) of a resin G-CEM LinkForce® on an IPS e.max Press® glass ceramic. This study highlights the key points to improve for the practicing dentist (use or not of ultrasound) and to understand the mechanisms involved during each step.
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Axel Large. Étude de facteurs participant à l’adhésion d’une vitrocéramique enrichie au disilicate de lithium avec une résine d’assemblage sans potentiel adhésif. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02408703⟩

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