ionomer


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ionomer

[ī′än·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
Polymer with covalent bonds between the elements of the chain, and ionic bonds between the chains.
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Zirconia (ZrO2) infused GIC (Zirconomer) has been introduced to the GIC family to address all the issues that have plagued the conventional glass ionomer thus far.
Looking at the current state of play, an amalgam replacement material will be based more upon glass ionomer technology that that of compositresin.
Group B after the acid etching, a thin consistency of Vitrebond (3M ESPE), a resin modified glass ionomer liner was placed on the axial, pulpal floors and gingival seat of the prepared cavities and was cured for 40 seconds.
Keywords: Dentin Sensitivity; Dentin Desensitizing Agents; Glass Ionomer Cements; Randomized Controlled Trial.
13) Although long-term retention may not be achieved with glass ionomer sealants, they have merit in public health or school settings because the added step of acid etchant is not required, and they are not as moisture-sensitive as resin-based sealants.
Key Words: Mineral trioxide aggregate, Glass ionomer cement, Instron testing machine, Elephant tusk dentine (ivory).
Overall, films made with either the ionomer or EP peel polymer in the seal layer and a barrier HDPE would produce an effective, peelable seal film with enhanced barrier properties.
For ossicular reconstruction, we used tragal cartilage between the incus and the stapes in 1 patient; in the other 3 patients, glass ionomer bone cement was used (an interposition cartilage graft also was used in the patients who received the glass ionomer bone cement).
Raising the flap, the affected roots were cleaned and planed and the extruded GP cut and the roots resected and sealed with glass ionomer cement to encourage reattachment of periodontal apparatus.
Reinforced Glass Ionomer Cement (high strength) (GC Fuji II, GC corporation, Tokyo, Japan), Grape seed extract (Falcon international- Bangalore, India) and GC Tooth Mousse -Recaldent (GC corporation, Tokyo, Japan), were used as the test materials.