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An overview of dentin bonding agents


Navya Sri Kadali
Rama Krishna Alla
Vineeth Guduri
Suresh Sajjan MC

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Abstract

From the past, there has been a lot of use of the bonding agents in restorative dentistry. Choosing of bonding systems has become a challenge for the clinicians as there was a lot of advances regarding the usage of bonding agents. Each successive modification in the formulae has led to the classification of the bonding system into many “generations”. During the past few years, these bonding agents have been replaced by the same systems that are used on dentin. This change occurred because of the benefit of bonding resin to both enamel and dentin. Extensive research is still on the way to develop the best adhesive system that can produce reliable and permanent bonds to dentin.

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Author Biographies

Navya Sri Kadali, Vishnu Dental College

Lecturer, Department of Dental Materials, Vishnu Dental College, Bhimavaram

Rama Krishna Alla, Vishnu Dental College

Assistant Professor, Department of Dental Materials, Vishnu Dental COllege, Bhimavaram.

Vineeth Guduri, Vishnu Dental College

Assistant Professor, Department of Prosthodontics, Vishnu Dental College, Bhimavaram

Suresh Sajjan MC, Vishnu Dental College

Professor and Head, Department of Prosthodontics, Vishnu Dental College, Bhimavaram

CITATION
DOI: 10.37983/IJDM.2019.1204
Published: 2019-11-15
How to Cite
Kadali, N. S., Alla, R. K., Guduri, V., & MC, S. S. (2019). An overview of dentin bonding agents. International Journal of Dental Materials, 1(2), 60-67. https://doi.org/10.37983/IJDM.2019.1204

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