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Dental Cavity Lining

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  • Premolar teeth with Class II amalgam restorations placed after the application of cavity varnish (Group A), a light cured glass ionomer base (Group B) and 40 per cent polyacrylic acid as a pretreatment agent, followed by unset cermet cement (Group C) were examined for marginal leakage using dye penetration and image analysis [1].
  • Effect of four cavity varnishes and a fluoride solution on microleakage of dental amalgam restorations [2].
  • For this reason, the results are inconclusive as to whether or not application of 40 per cent silver fluoride as a cavity varnish of liner and its use in the 'atraumatic' technique for treating deep caries, can be considered safe clinical procedures [3].
  • Three mm of the coronal gutta-percha was replaced by either Cavit, TERM, or amalgam with cavity varnish [4].
  • An in vitro study was carried out on 60 human pre- molar teeth to study the sealing efficacy of Glass Ionomer, Silver amalgam, Composite resin and cavity varnish in Class V cavities [5].

Anatomical context of Dental Cavity Lining

  • Dentin Adhesit, Cavi-Line and Kavite Lak cavity varnishes were applied to the walls of prepared Class V cavities in fifty-two caries free extracted molar teeth before placing amalgam fillings [6].

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