Journal article

Shear bond strength of a novel light cured calcium silicate based-cement to resin composite using different adhesive systems

Hanan Alzraikat, Nessrin A Taha, Deema Qasrawi, Michael F Burrow

Dental Materials Journal | JAPANESE SOC DENTAL MATERIALS DEVICES | Published : 2016

Abstract

The shear bond strength (SBS) of TheraCal LC to resin composite was evaluated in comparison to Mineral trioxide aggregate (ProRoot MTA) and conventional glass ionomer cement (GIC) using two adhesive systems. A hole was prepared in 90 acrylic blocks (6 mm diameter, 2 mm deep) then filled with TheraCal LC, MTA or Fuji IX (n=30/group). Each group was bonded with either an etch and rinse or 1-step self-etch adhesive. Filtek Z250 composite was bonded to each capping material. Bond strength was tested in a universal testing machine, and data were analyzed using 2-way ANOVA and Duncan's Multiple range test (p<0.05). TheraCal LC displayed the highest SBS (p<0.001). MTA bonded with the 1-step self-et..

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Grants

Awarded by Jordan University of Science and Technology Research Grant Committee


Funding Acknowledgements

This research was funded by Jordan University of Science and Technology Research Grant Committee (Grant Number 20150036). The authors would like to thank Dr Joshua Cheetham, Research and Development Director at SDI limited/Australia for providing shear bond strength apparatus and metal molds used in the current study.