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TECHNIQUE CLINIC Isolating Teeth with Gingival Retraction Cord for Bonding

VOLUME 46 : NUMBER 05 : PAGES (299-300) 2012

RICHA GUPTA, BDS, MDS

DIVYA SINGLA, BDS, MDS

RAJKUMAR VERMA, BDS

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Attempting to bond orthodontic attachments to surfaces that are difficult to keep dry often leads to bond failures, due to the Proximity of adhesive to the cervical portion of the crown and to seepage of gingival crevicular fluid. Many orthodontists have elected to use alternatives such as adhesion promoters, microetchants, and hydrophilic adhesives for bonding in hard-to-reach areas such as second molars or partially erupted teeth.

A simple and inexpensi...

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