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Volume 12 , Issue 3
May/June 1992

Pages 195-205


Influence of low-viscosity liners on the retention of three luting materials

Pameijer/Hulten/Glantz/Randow


PMID: 1305153
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0014

A number of materials are available to protect the pulp from postoperative sensitivity. The effect of a calcium hydroxide liner and a dentinal desensitizing agent (potassium oxalate) on crown retention was investigated. Gold crowns were cemented on standardized crown preparations with zinc phosphate cement, glass-ionomer cement, or one of two resin cements. A tensile force was applied until separation occurred. The mean applied force at rupture varied greatly among the groups, indicating that the pulpal protection agent may have a distinct effect on the retention of cast restorations. In addition, other clinical factors, such as angle of convergence, crown height, and total surface area of the tooth should be considered.


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