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L’éthanol wet bonding : revue narrative de la littérature sur les treize dernières années

Abstract : For years, adhesive dentistry has continued to evolve. Unfortunately, dentin bonding still has limitations as the bonded seal degrades over time due to hydrolysis and enzymatic degradation. It is therefore with the aim of reducing the harmful effects of water on dentin bonding that Ethanol Wet Bonding was introduced in 2007. Thanks to its dentin dehydration action, this bonding protocol is able to improve adhesion and aging of the hybrid layer over time. Since that year and until 2015, many studies have focused on this protocol and have shown its effectiveness in vitro, especially with the protocol in increasing concentration of ethanol. The objective of this thesis is to synthesize and update the EWB, through a narrative review of the literature, over the last thirteen years. In this way, the articles selected after 2015, made it possible to understand how ethanol interacts with the water of the dentin matrix, the different factors that influence the effectiveness of the EWB (choice of protocol and adhesive) and the impact of pulp pressure on dentin bonding. While the efficacy of EWB was demonstrated in vitro before 2015, today we cannot confirm or deny its efficacy in vivo as current studies are still limited. To complete this work, a survey of dentists enabled to assess their interest in a new bonding protocol. Everything suggests that 2/3 of dentists are more open to changing protocols to continue improving the longevity of restorations over time.
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Karen Amanou. L’éthanol wet bonding : revue narrative de la littérature sur les treize dernières années. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03455523⟩



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