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Volume 6 , Issue 5
September/October 1993

Pages 502-505


An Evaluation of Three Methods of Bonding Resin Composite to Stainless Steel

Bahannan/Lacefield


PMID: 8297460

Three bonding agents were evaluated to determine which were most effective in enhancing the bond of resin composite to stainless steel. A light-activated resin composite was bonded to a total of 60 stainless steel specimens using Panavia, Cover-Up, or Silicoating. Tensile bond strength measurements revealed that all three agents provide a satisfactory means of increasing adherence of the esthetic veneer without decreasing bonding through thermocycling of the specimens. Panavia and Cover-Up were significantly more effective than Silicoating and appear to be easier to use.


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