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Revista Estomatológica Herediana

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ORDONEZ REYES, Leydi Fiorela; ESTRADA SUAREZ, Dante Martín  and  TAY CHU JON, Lidia Yileng. Bonding after the use of toothpastes: A literature review. Rev. Estomatol. Herediana [online]. 2017, vol.27, n.2, pp.116-123. ISSN 1019-4355.

Bonding represents one of the largest employment procedures in restorative dentistry, for which the adhesive system should have ideal mechanical properties because their technique is very sensitive. Many reports indicate that the use of toothpaste can affect the process of bonding of the dental substrate, either enamel or dentin, and may vary according to its composition. Some may affect obliterating the dentinal tubules, so whitening toothpaste free radicals released by a certain time and can affect the ligthtcuring of the material. There is controversy in the literature about the effect of these products on bonding, the purpose of this review is to show the scientific evidence of the effect of toothpastes with different active principles in the strength of bonding systems to the dental structure.

Keywords : Toothpaste; dentin desensitizing agents; dental bonding.

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