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Volume 17 , Issue 6
November/December 1997

Pages 537-545


The Dual Bonding Technique: A Modified Method to Improve Adhesive Luting Procedures

Paul/Scharer


PMID: 9497740
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0243

Indirect restorative procedures usually require temporary restorations for protection of the pulp and for restoring the patients esthetic and functional needs. The use of temporary cements, either with or without eugenol, however, considerably decreases the adhesion of the bond on dentin if--according to the conventional technique--such dentin bonding systems are applied once at the moment of final cementation. With a dual application of the dentin bonding agents a considerable increase in bond strength values was discovered. This article presents a modified luting procedure called the dual bonding technique.


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