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Hydrolytic degradation of the resin-dentine interface induced by the simulated pulpal pressure, direct and indirect water aging » sciencedirect.comShare on Facebook | Share on zahnigroups | Share on ALUMNIGROUPS
The hydrolytic degradation of resin-dentine interfaces depend upon the type of the in vitro aging strategy employed in the experimental design. Direct water exposure remains the quickest method to age the resin-dentine bonds. However, the use of SPP may better simulate the in vivo scenario. However, the application of a separate hydrophobic solvent-free adhesive layer may reduce the hydrolytic degradation and increase the longevity of resin-dentine interfaces created with simplified adhesives.