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J Korean Acad Pediatr Dent. 1997;24(1): 82-94.
THE SHEAR BOND STRENGTHS OF COMPOSITE RESINS TO GLASS IONOMER CEMENTS BY SURFACE TREATMENT AND ELAPSED TIME
정혜인, 김신, 정태성
부산대학교 치과대학 소아치과학교실
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ABSTRACT
For the purpose of establishing the most appropriate method of bonding between glass ionomer liners and composite resin and comparing the materials for sandwich technique, an experiment was performed to measure the shear bond strengths between the two with the variables in the surface treatment of liners and elapsed time till composite buildup. Materials used were Vitrebond and Fuji II LC, each as the restorative and liner respectively, and each group was subdivided by surface treatment (acid etching and sandblasting) and time elapsed from GIC filling to composite buildup (immediately, 1 day, 7 days), consisting 12 groups as a whole. Each subgroup was composed of 10 specimens and the shear bond strength between GIC liners and composite resin was measured under UTM and analyzed. The result were as follows: 1. The shear bond strength between two materials was highest when initially filled Fuji II LC was sandblasted after 1 days and composite built-up (Group FS1). And the lowest value was found when GIC was acid-etched after 7 days and composite built-up (Group FE7). Significant difference was found between the two groups. (P<0.01) 2. In regard of surface treatment of GI liners, acid-etched group (VE) showed higher bond strength than sandblasted group (VS) for Vitrebond. But, the reverse was true for Fuji II LC. (P<0.05) 3. In regard to the time elapsed from GI filling to composite buildup, the group of 1 day elapse showed relatively higher strength for Vitrebond. On the contrary, immediate buildup group (FE0) was stronger for acid-etched group and 1 day elapse group(FS1) was higher for sand-blasted group in Fuji II LC. (P<0.05)
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