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Master Thesis

Utilisation des silanes en dentisterie restauratrice

Abstract : The advent of adhesive rehabilitations has led to the development of minimal invasive dentistry respecting the tissue economy principles. Silane, generally called coupling agent, plays a major role in these bonding protocols as an intermediate element of the physicochemical bond. Molecule unknown and yet indispensable, silane can optimize, or even create links between the resin bonding and the intrados of the prosthetic part by its bi-functionality. The objective of this thesis is to highlight the origin and mechanism of action of different silanes, to study their behavior depending the substrate and to propose adapted protocols to each biomaterial.
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Margaux Guillot-Chicha. Utilisation des silanes en dentisterie restauratrice. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02477897⟩



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