Journal of Conservative Dentistry
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Year : 2002  |  Volume : 5  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 77-82

An In-Vitro Study On Marginal Leakage In Amalgam Restorations With Different Liners



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Vasundhara Shivana


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The microleakage of saliva and bacteria, which can lead to recurrent caries is one of the main factors which limits the longevity of dental restorations, also leading to marginal staining, post-operative sensitivity and weaken retention of amalgam to tooth structure. The concept of use of liners under amalgam restorations is not new. However, never developments in them have radically changed the indications for the use of these materials.


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