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Protocole de collage de la zircone : un choix raisonné. Revue systématique de la littérature

Abstract : Introduction: Due to its polycrystalline structure, zirconia cannot pretend to the same bonding protocol as so-called "etchable" ceramics which today remain the «gold standard" of adhesive dentistry. Many pretreatments and assembly materials are proposed to improve the adhesion potential of this ceramic. Objective: To determine which surface pretreatment and assembly material provide the best adhesion values. Material and method: The research was carried out according to the PRISMA method, via the PUBMED, SCOPUS and DOSS databases using the combination ("zirconia" AND "bonding" AND "bond strength" AND "resin composite") OR (“zirconia ”AND“ bonding” AND “bond strength” and “surface treatment”). The selection of studies was made according to established inclusion and exclusion criteria. In order to obtain recent results, only articles published after 2016 were included. Results: 23 articles were selected. Data such as type of zirconia, surface pretreatment, assembly material, bond strength obtained and aging were extracted and listed in different tables. Conclusion: A surface pretreatment is essential to bond the zirconia. It appears that the tribochemical silica coating is the pretreatment of choice, followed by bonding with a primer containing MDP and conventional resin composite.
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Alice Garcia. Protocole de collage de la zircone : un choix raisonné. Revue systématique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03160349⟩



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