The Effect of Surface Treatments on Tensile Bond Strength between a Silicone Soft Liner and a Heat-Cured Denture Base Resin


SOYGUN K., Bolayir G., DOĞAN A., DEMİR H., DOĞAN O. M. , Keskin S.

JOURNAL OF ADHESION, vol.87, no.9, pp.951-965, 2011 (Peer-Reviewed Journal) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 87 Issue: 9
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Doi Number: 10.1080/00218464.2011.601241
  • Journal Name: JOURNAL OF ADHESION
  • Journal Indexes: Science Citation Index Expanded, Scopus
  • Page Numbers: pp.951-965
  • Keywords: Lasing, PMMA, Sandblasting, Silicone soft liner, Tensile bonding, Thermocycling, RESILIENT LINING MATERIALS, ELECTRON-BEAM IRRADIATION, RUPTURE PROPERTIES, MALEIC-ANHYDRIDE, WATER SORPTION, ACRYLIC RESIN, SOLUBILITY

Abstract

This study evaluated tensile bond strength of a denture soft lining material to a poly (methylmethacrylate) (PMMA) denture base resin subjected to different surface treatment modalities and thermocycling. The materials tested were a silicone-based liner, Molloplast B (R), and a heat-cured denture base resin, Meliodent (TM). The denture soft lining material was packed against cured PMMA base resin, which was smoothed; sandblasted with 250-mu m Al2O3 particles; or lased with a KTP laser; or against uncured PMMA dough (n = 10). In each group, five specimens were thermocycled in a water bath (5-55 degrees C; 3000 cycles) before testing, whereas the other five were directly tested after 24 h. A tensile test was performed using a universal testing machine. Data showed that different treatment modalities of resin surfaces affected adhesion between these two materials and the highest bond values were recorded for cured/smoothed samples under each condition tested. Thermocycling of specimens had no significant reducing effect on measured bond strength values.