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Tin fluoride (SnF2) polycarboxylate cements causes gingival irritation along with raised salivary fluoride content18, implying that these materials need to be investigated as far as safety and efficacy is concerned.
Croll [1983] over 25 years ago recommended the use of either zinc phosphate or polycarboxylate cements to attach SM.