The bonding agent
forms a hybrid layer with dentin and its other side co-polymerize with the matrix phase of dental composite, producing strong micro-mechanical bonding.
There is the possibility that the military might use the research or that a developing nation could be interested because once it is developed, the bonding agents
have a longer shelf life, are less expensive to produce and work quickly.
The solvent or the medium present in the bonding agent
has also been known to affect bond strength and bonding systems based on water or alcohol result in lower bond strengths, which can be due to incomplete monomer polymerisation in alcohol/water-based bonding agents
[Marshall et al., 1997].
A bonding agent
can be now placed on the remaining dentin.
The present study was undertaken to compare the shear bond strength of this new generation bonding adhesive (Smartbond) with a conventionally used dental composite (Right on) bonding agent
He also talked about Frank Meyer's fusionism, with anti-communism being the bonding agent
. But he backed off, saying Meyer didn't have it quite right.
However, a secondary market--and one not to be ignored--is the bonding agent
He explained: "Drivers must allow time for the bonding agent
- which holds the windscreen in place - to cure correctly."
Bail bonding agent
Nick Pantazes answers the phone on the first ring in his Rockville, Maryland, office.
As a bonding agent
, Aloha Lumber is a partner in fiscal control.
The Chemitac line may be used as a bonding agent
with elastomer polymers such as ACM, AEM, EPDM, FKM, HNBR, IIR/BIIR, NR, PU, SBR and others.
Five minutes after treatment with dentine bonding agent
, in group A, 68.4% patients had moderate and 31.6% patients had mild pain while none had severe pain.