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Although it is been reported that using glass ionomer cements for attaching stainless steel bands have many advantages [Hotz et al.
Although Jet Sonic Satelec required a longer time for post removal, mainly when the glass ionomer cement was used, there were no differences among the ultrasound devices.
For restorative applications the strength and nature of the adhesive bond has been described for glass ionomer cement.
The setting chemistry of glass ionomer cement is an acid-base reaction between polyalkenoic acid and fluoride-containing aluminosilicate glass.
2] cement (CHC) (GD: 45%; PD: 18%) and either glass ionomer cement or resin-modified glass ionomer cement (GIC/RMGIC) (GD: 45%; PD: 58%).
Williams et al claim that polyacid-modified composite resins provide a greater ratio of methacrylate groups, allowing increased cross-linking inside the resin matrix; these materials have improved physical and mechanical properties compared with resin-modified glass ionomer cements, including higher tension and compressive forces, lower water absorption, and an equivalent rate of fluoride release.
Glass ionomer cements (GICs) are the most popular dental cements due to their adhesive nature and fluoride releasing property [1].
The spaces were created to seal the apical end of the resected roots with Glass Ionomer Cement.
Sealing properties of Ketac-Endo glass ionomer cement and AH26 root canal sealers.
Over the years, there has been an increase in the use of glass ionomer cement (GIC), a dental restorative material, for otologic purposes, including stapedotomy.