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Effect of Blood Contamination on the Push-Out Bond Strength and Surface Morphology of Tricalcium Silicate Materials
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Effect of Blood Contamination on the Push-Out Bond Strength and Surface Morphology of Tricalcium Silicate Materials
Park, Misun; Kim, Jaehwan; Choi, Namki; Kim, Seonmi;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of blood contamination on the push-out bond strength and surface morphology of tricalcium silicate materials; Biodentine, Theracal and mineral trioxide aggregate. The standardized lumens of root slices prepared from extracted single-root human teeth were filled with Biodentine, Theracal and mineral trioxide aggregate by manufacturer`s instruction. The specimens were randomly divided into 2 groups (n
 Keywords
Blood contamination;Biodentine;Theracal;Mineral trioxide aggregate;Push-out bond strength;Scanning electron microscope;
 Language
Korean
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