J Korean Acad Prosthodont.  1997 Jun;35(2):365-372.

SHEAR BOND STRENGTH OF RESIN ADHESIVE CEMENT TO ENAMEL AND Ni-Cr-Be ALLOY

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  • 1Department of Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, Seoul National University, Korea.

Abstract

This study was executed to measure the shear bond strength of Panavia EX and Panavia 21 when the Ni-Cr-Be alloy castings were cemented to the enamel surfaces with these cements. The cast metsl plates of Ni-Cr-Be alloy were sandblasted and cemented to acid etched enamel surface with Panavia EX or Panavia 21. Their shear bond strength were measured with Instron Universal Testing machine. Within the limits of this study, following conclusions were withgdrawn. 1. The mean shear bond strength were 26.85.7Mpa, in Panavia EX and 28.35.2Mpa, in Panavia 21. 2. t-Test revealed no statistical significance between two groups(.05 level) 3. Macroscopically, bond failures were revealed compound fracture at metal and enamel interfaces, in cases of both cements, as the cement attached partly on both metal and enamel surface.

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