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Posted at Oct 22, 2013 by JG

Multi-purpose materials in dentistry – is it possible to match maximum mechanical and biological properties/performance? » scielo.br

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In the first study, Caldeira, et al.1 (2013) investigate the antimicrobial and fluoride release ability of orthodontic bonding materials. Obviously, an efficient bonding is the primary clinical outcome expected from such kind of materials, but in the view of biofilm accumulation generated by orthodontic appliances, antimicrobial and enamel-protective properties also would be greatly desirable, as discussed by the authors. Interestingly, some of the bonding agents investigated presented satisfactory antimicrobial and fluoride release properties, but not all the materials presented the same efficacy in both tasks (in addition to an efficient bonding).

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