resin cement


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re·sin ce·ment

a monomer or monomer/polymer system used as a dental luting agent; used in cementation of restorations or orthodontic brackets to the teeth.

re·sin ce·ment

(rez'in sĕ-ment')
A monomer or monomer-polymer system used as a dental luting agent; used also in cementation of restorations or orthodontic brackets to the teeth.

re·sin ce·ment

(rez'in sĕ-ment')
Monomer or monomer/polymer system used as a dental luting agent; used in cementation of restorations or orthodontic brackets to teeth.
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Self-adhesive resin cements (SARCs) have been marketed to simplify clinical procedures and overcome the technique sensitivity of multiple-step systems.
The use of cleaning agents (particularly dichloromethane and isopropanol) improved the bonding of resin cement to glass-fiber posts.
28,32 A combination between silica coating and primer application increased the bond strength between zirconia and resin cement but it wasn't sufficient after artificial aging like water storage and thermocycling (12000 cycles 5 [THORN]e/55 [THORN]e) even with the MDP containing system.
Intra-radicular dentin treatments and retention of fiber posts with self-adhesive resin cements.
Gonzaga, "Mechanical properties of resin cements with different activation modes," Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, vol.
Early bond strength of two resin cements to Y-TZP ceramic using MPS or MPS/4-META silanes .
Effect of filler size on wear resistance of resin cement.
Our NX3 XTR kit blends the versatility of our NX3 resin cement with the adhesion superiority of our OptiBond XTR for a new standard in permanent cementation of all esthetic materials," said Leo Pranitis, Vice President of Global Marketing.
The objectives of this study are: To compare the bond strength of commercially pure titanium and nickel chromium plates cemented with Resin cement (Panavia F), Glass Ionomer Cement (GC Gold Label) and Zinc Phosphate cement (Harvard cement) and to comparatively evaluate the bond strength of commercially pure titanium and nickel chromium with each luting cement quantitatively with the universal testing machine and qualitatively observed under the scanning electron microscope and determine which luting cement provides the best bond strength with each metal and also which metal provides a better metal-cement bond.
For roughness, two variation factors were present as follows: Resin Cement at four levels, Nexus 3 (NX3) (Kerr, Washington, USA); RelyX ARC (ARC) (3M ESPE, St.
The all ceramic crowns and veneers were fabricated, checked intra orally, and then cemented with resin cement (VariolinkA II, Ivoclar Vivadent, USA) according to manufacturer instructions.
After trial seating, fit and contact points were evaluated and finally cementation of both the inlays was done with Rely X U 100 self adhesive universal resin cement (Figures 2-5).