an in vitro comparison of tensile bond strengths of noble
An in vitro comparison of tensile bond strengths of noble and base metal alloys to enamel Roya Zand Parsa, Gary R. Goldstein , Gerald M. Barrack, Racquel Z. LeGeros Prosthodontics
Aug 01, 2003 · Antoniadou et al 23 compared the tensile bond strength of a metal primer (Alloy Primer; Kuraray Co, Ltd) and its durability to 2 noble metal alloys (Au-Ag-Cu-Pt and Au-Pt-Pd-Ag-In). Their study showed that the Alloy Primer significantly improved the bond strength of PMR-21 to noble An in vitro comparison of tensile bond strengths of noble RESULTS:The TBS of the tin-plated noble alloy specimens bonded to enamel (24 hours:9.33 +/- 1.31 MPa; 7 days:11.65 +/- 1.55 MPa) was significantly greater than the Alloy Primer noble alloy specimens (24 hours:6.11 +/- 1.01 MPa; 7 days:5.45 +/- 1.22 MPa) (P <.001).
An in Vitro Comparison of Tensile Bond Strengths of Noble and Base Metal Alloys to Enamel - PubMed. Tin-plating a noble alloy produced the highest bond strength to enamel. Storing the tin-plated noble alloy in 37 degrees C distilled water for 48 hours before cementation did not result in a change in TBS. Using an Alloy Primer with a noble alloy resulted in statistically significant lower TBS