Journal of the Korean Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 2001;28(3):530-534.
Published online August 31, 2001.
CLINICAL EVALUATION OF AMALGAM BONDING : TWO YEARS FOLLOW-UP
 
접착형 아말감의 2년 후 임상적 평가
유필준, 한세현, 김종철
서울대학교 치과대학 소아치과학교실 및 치학연구소
Abstract
Many dental practitioners are bonding amalgam to tooth structure. The potential advantage of this procedure, suggested by in vitro test results, are reduced microleakage, which could lead to a reduced incidence of postoperative sensitivity ; increased strength of the prepared tooth ; and retention of restoration in less retentive preparations, with the potential fer conserving tooth structure. Although in vitro studies support this procedure, its efficacy has not been adequately confirmed in the clinical environment. The authors placed traditional Class I and Class II, bonded and unbonded amalgam restorations in 76 teeth. Fuji I Glass Ionomer luting cement was the bonding agent selected. Marginal adaptation were evaluated after two years. the authors found no significant difference in marginal adaptation between bonded and unbonded restorations.
Key Words: Bonded amalgam, Marginal adaptation
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