Comparison of tensile and peel bond strengths
of resilient liners.
The bond strengths
of the aged materials decrease due to the hydrolytic degradation of the interface components and significant reduction in mechanical properties (16).
Bleaching and desensitizer application effects on shear bond strengths
of orthodontic brackets.
of brackets bonded to enamel surfaces conditioned with femtosecond and Er:YAG laser systems.
The descriptive statistics, including the mean and standard deviation values for the shear bond strengths
of sandblasted and diamond bur roughened group are presented in the Table I .
In the current study, the push-out bond strengths
of the specimens previously treated with antibiotic medicaments (TAP, mTAP, and DAP) were significantly lower than those of the specimens treated with CH.
Messer, "Push-out bond strengths
of the dentine-sealer interface with and without a main cone," International Endodontic Journal, vol.
Figure 3 shows the direct shear failures of binary-medium specimens with different bond strengths
. The shear stress-displacement curve of the specimen with a bond strength
ratio of 0.25 under a normal stress of 3.0 MPa and damages at different stages are shown in Figure 3(a).
of 2TE-TA and 2SE-TA were significantly lower than their corresponding control groups (2TE-control, 2SE-control) (p<0.0001 and p=0.005 respectively).
All groups presented higher bond strengths
when CHX was applied (p[less than or equal to]0.05).
Though the literature indicates good but inconsistent results with the use of flowable composite liners and RMGIC liners under the composite restorations, very few studies have presented the comparative analysis of the bond strengths
of flowable composite liners with the RMGIC liners.
In Group A, the bond strengths
of subgroups IB, SA 3 m, and SA 72 h were significantly lower than the other subgroups (p < 0.05).