Adhesive strategies to prevent degradation of adhesive/dentin interface: literature review

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Edition V15N03 | Year 2018 | Editorial Revisão de Literatura | Pages 154 to 167

Stéfani Becker Rodrigues, Fabrício Mezzomo Collares, Vicente Castelo Branco Leitune

The main purpose of this review was to evaluate different strategies that have been developed to prevent bond interface degradation over time. Studies evaluating the degradation of dentin-bonding interfaces were identified. The search was restricted to articles published in English from January 1966 to May 2018. The source of the published studies was the PubMed database with the search strategies: “(((((resin-dentin bonds) OR dentin bonding) OR adhesive systems)) AND ((hybrid layer degradation) OR collagen)) AND (((((((polymer hydrolytic stability) OR Acrylamides) OR 10-MDP) OR calcium-chelation dry bonding) OR ethanol wet-bonding) OR hema free) OR ((adhesive stability) OR monomer stability))”. In addition, the references of all identified articles were manually searched for further relevant studies. The use of functional monomers that are more hydrolytically stable, monomers that chemically bond to the dentin substrate, adhesive systems that induce mineral deposition and modifications during the adhesive procedure to decrease the amount of remaining water in the substrate are described as strategies for greater restorative

Dentin-bonding agents, Hydrolysis, Acrylamides, Methacrylates,

Rodrigues SB, Collares FM, Leitune VCB. Adhesive strategies to prevent degradation of adhesive/dentin interface: literature review. J Clin Dent Res. 2018 Sept-Dec;15(3):154-67. DOI:

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