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Micro-tensile bond strength of two adhesives to Erbium:YAG-lased vs. bur-cut enamel and dentin

Micro-tensile bond strength of two adhesives to Erbium:YAG-lased vs. bur-cut enamel and dentin,10.1034/j.1600-0722.2002.21281.x,European Journal of Or

Micro-tensile bond strength of two adhesives to Erbium:YAG-lased vs. bur-cut enamel and dentin   (Citations: 39)
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Journal: European Journal of Oral Sciences - EUR J ORAL SCI , vol. 110, no. 4, pp. 322-329, 2002
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    • ...De Munck et al. [44] observed that cavities prepared by laser appeared less receptive to adhesive procedures than conventional bur cavities...

    Yonca Korkmazet al. Microleakage and scanning electron microscopy evaluation of all-in-one...

    • ...14, 25]. They suggested that acid etching after laser preparation is recommended and may improve the bond strength [3, 20, 21, 26]...
    • ...On the other hand, commercial dental laser manufacturers claim that enamel and dentin can be successfully etched at lower power settings with the erbium lasers [26]...
    • ...Another reason not to use lower power as a laser-etching procedure was the reports of lower bond strength when using this technique compare to acid etching [3, 10, 11, 26]...

    Ali Obeidiet al. Acid-etch interval and shear bond strength of Er,Cr:YSGG laser-prepare...

    • ...The 12-mm irradiation distance [12] was standardized by custom-designed apparatus consisting of two parts: a holder to fix the laser hand piece in such a way that the laser beam was delivered perpendicular to the specimen...
    • ...Among them, the erbium:YAG laser has been shown to offer several advantages over the high-speed handpiece and dental drill for the removal of dental hard tissue, including reduced or no pain and diminished noise and vibration [2, 8, 9]. In addition, this laser device has been specially advocated for the preparation of cavities in light of “minimal invasive dentistry” [1, 12] without causing thermal damage to the pulp tissue [11, 38]...
    • ...Thus, it has been stated that conventional phosphoric acid etching prior to irradiation is mandatory when the Er:YAG laser is used in an attempt to achieve comparable results with acid-etching dental substrate [12, 13]...
    • ...De Munck et al. [12] observed that, in Er:YAG laserirradiated samples, the adhesive failures observed under stereomicroscopy, when viewed under a field emission scanning electron microscope (Fe SEM), revealed a small layer of dental substrate often attached to the composite...

    F. L. B. Amaralet al. Bond durability in erbium:yttrium–aluminum–garnet laser-irradiated ena...

    • ...Similar results were observed by other authors [18, 19, 22, 33, 34]...

    Leila Soares Ferreiraet al. Influence of etching time on bond strength in dentin irradiated with e...

    • ...The effects of Er:YAG laser parameters for surface pretreatment and cavity preparation (above the ablation threshold) on dental hard tissues prior to restoration have been extensively investigated, and the results reported in the literature were often confusing and even contradictory [20, 21]...

    E. Yazıcıet al. Effects of erbium:yttrium–aluminum–garnet and neodymium:yttrium–alumin...

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