Bond strengths of a porcelain material to different abutment substrates

M. Ferrari*, F. Mannocci, A. Vichi, G. Goracci

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Abstract

The study evaluated the bond strength values of a single-unit all-porcelain material luted with an adhesive-resin cement to different abutment substrates: amalgam, compomer, traditional glass ionomer cement, microhybrid resin composite, two resin composites for abutment build-up, gold, sandblasted gold, dentin and enamel. Syntac enamel-dentin bonding system, in combination with IPS-Empress porcelain material, was used. After thermal cycling, the samples were inserted into a Bencor jig device and sheared in a Controls testing machine. The statistical analysis of the differences between the bond strength values obtained was performed by ANOVA and the Student-Newman-Keuls multiple-comparison test. The type of failure at the interface was evaluated using scanning electron microscopy. The type of failure, such as adhesive, cohesive and adhesive-cohesive, was correlated with bond strength values. Enamel, dentin and the two resin composites for crown build-up showed the highest bond strength values, while amalgam and gold samples showed the lowest.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)299-305
Number of pages7
JournalOperative Dentistry
Volume25
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2000

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