an in vitro comparison of tensile bond strengths of noble

"InVitro Comparison of Tensile Bond Strength of Denture

PURPOSE:To evaluate the tensile bond strength (TBS) of three cream denture adhesives and one wafer denture adhesive on three denture base materials at five time intervals up to 24 hours. METHODS:Fixodent (Proctor & Gamble), Super Poligrip (GlaxoSmithKline), Effergrip (Prestige Brands, Inc.), and SeaBond (Combe) were tested with the Instron testing machine on three denture base An In Vitro Study to Compare the Effect of Two Etching An In Vitro Study to Compare the Effect of Two Etching Techniques on the Tensile Bond Strength of Resin Cement Bonded to Base Metal Alloy and Enamel Arunachalam Sudheer Gautam Shetty Received:31 May 2012/Accepted:4 November 2012/Published online:11 December 2012 Indian Prosthodontic Society 2012

An in vitro comparison of cast metal dowel retention using

May 01, 2005 · No clear consensus exists regarding the choice of luting agents for the retention of cast metal dowels used as a treatment alternative for endodontica Comparison of the effect of different surface treatments respective to their tooth, 60 were tested for tensile bond strength and 60 for shear bond strength. All the metal samples were oxidized. For oxidation treatment, the metal samples were exposed to tempera-ture range of 600° - 980°C under vacuum, in the Multi-mat NTX press unit for 6 minutes 30 seconds to form an oxide layer (4). In Vitro Comparison of Microleakage and Tensile Bond mean tensile bond strength of GC Fuji I cement, Rely XTM luting 2 cement, Smart CemTM2 cement was (mean ± SD) 108.58 ± 7.81, 163.06 ± 6.48, 367.63 ± 14.30, respectively. Observations from Table 4:The mean tensile bond strength value of GC Fuji I cement was less when compared to tensile bond strength of Rely XTM luting 2 cement and Smart CemTM 2 cement and it was found to be statistically

InâVitro Comparison of Tensile Bond Strength of

InVitro Comparison of Tensile Bond Strength of Denture Adhesives on Denture Bases by Doris R. Kore Master of Science, Advanced Specialty Education Program in Prosthodontics Loma Linda University, September 2012 Dr. Mathew Kattadiyil, Chairperson The Bond Strength of Different Tray Adhesives on Vinyl Comparison between both the groups, VLC resin showed better bond strength as compared to autopolymerizing resin. Universal tray adhesive had better tensile bond strength than the manufacturers recommended tray adhesive with the medium body viscosity VPS impression material for both autopolymerising and VLC tray resin. The Bond Strength of Resin Bonded Bridge Retainers to An in vitro comparison of tensile bond strengths of noble and base metal alloys to enamel. Roya Zand Parsa, Gary R Goldstein, Gerald M Barrack, Racquel Z LeGeros Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 2003, 90 (2):175-83

The effect of tin-electroplating on the bond of four

Jul 01, 1998 · An in vitro comparison of tensile bond strengths of noble and base metal alloys to enamel. Parsa RZ, Goldstein GR, Barrack GM, LeGeros RZ. J Prosthet Dent, 90(2):175-183, 01 Aug 2003 Cited by:22 articles PMID:12886211An in vitro Comparison of the Effect of Various Surface Results:The ANOVA test showed that the measured mean bond strength values were 4.22 MPa (tribochemicalsilica coating and MDP resin), 2.71 MPa (air abrasion and MDP resin), 2.61 MPa (tribochemical treatment with META), and 0.66 MPa (RelyX with air abrasion).