Application technique for Dentin bonding agents

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Some research of my own on dentin bonding for coposite resins and how you can improve it

Some research of my own on dentin bonding for coposite resins and how you can improve it

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  • 1. Changes in bond strength with different Application techniques of the dentin bonding by: David Lafuente, DDS, MS
  • 2. Before Y2K(+- 2) year 2000
  • 3. The detin bonding agent was applied
  • 4. BRUSHED
  • 5. After Y2K(+- 2)
  • 6. The dentin bonding agent is applied
  • 7. RUBBED
  • 8. Why?
  • 9. Permaquick 1996
  • 10. Recommended application technique
  • 11. Rubbing hard the adhesive
  • 12. On dentin
  • 13. MPa **bond strength
  • 14. ** increases MPa **bond strength
  • 15. 1 Increases penetration
  • 16. 1 Increases penetration
  • 17. 2 Increases coverage
  • 18. 2 Increases coverage
  • 19. Increases hybrid layer’s 3 thickness
  • 20. 2004
  • 21. Dr. David Lafuente
  • 22. 1 Place
  • 23. National Research Award, Costa Rica 2003
  • 24. +
  • 25. Analysis of the hybrid layer that different application technique produce. David Lafuente, DDS, MS 2008 (in press)
  • 26. 2 Place
  • 27. National Research Award, Costa Rica 2008
  • 28. RESULTS
  • 29. when the adhesive is applied...
  • 30. RUBBED
  • 31. BRUSHED
  • 32. Scotchbond MP Brushed MPa 11
  • 33. Scotchbond MP Rubbed 22 MPa
  • 34. Single Bond Brushed MPa 9
  • 35. Single Bond Rubbed 17 MPa
  • 36. Prime&Bond 2.1 Brushed MPa 10
  • 37. Prime&Bond 2.1 Rubbed 16 MPa
  • 38. Permaquick Brushed MPa 22
  • 39. Permaquick Rubbed 24 MPa
  • 40. Clearfil Liner B2V* Brushed MPa 6
  • 41. Clearfil Liner B2V* Rubbed 14 MPa *self-etch
  • 42. One Up Bond F* Brushed MPa 8
  • 43. One Up Bond F* Rubbed 28 MPa *self-etch
  • 44. Hybrid Layer Thickness
  • 45. Brushed
  • 46. Rubbed
  • 47. DBS evaluated: Optibond Solo Plus
  • 48. DBS evaluated: Optibond Solo Plus PQ1
  • 49. DBS evaluated: Optibond Solo Plus PQ1 One Up Bond F
  • 50. f o r ef bo m rs u N ye a l not yet published
  • 51. Excite 2 layers MPa 32
  • 52. Excite 3 layers 45 MPa
  • 53. Single Bond 2 2 layers MPa 32
  • 54. Single Bond 2 3 layers 38 MPa
  • 55. Prime&Bond NT 2 layers MPa 19
  • 56. Prime&Bond NT 3 layers 33 MPa
  • 57. Final comments
  • 58. 1
  • 59. Rubbed
  • 60. 2
  • 61. 2 layers
  • 62. light cure
  • 63. 3rd layer
  • 64. light cure
  • 65. Suggestion
  • 66. Extra 10 s
  • 67. from the manufacturer’s recomendation
  • 68. more information: spanish only //lafuentedental.blogspot.com
  • 69. Produced by: David Lafuente, DDS, MS Professor, University Of Costa Rica Design by: