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DEA 213

Quiz 6

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The purpose of the silane coupling agent for composite resins is To reduce the oxygen inhibited layer
The conventional or traditional composites, which contain the largest filler particles and provide the greatest strength, are known as _____ composites Macrofilled
Composite resins are often classified according to their Filler Particle Size
The polymerization shrinkage of a composite Can be minimized by placing and curing composite in small increments
The uncured layer of resin on the surface of bonding agents and composites that allows for additional material to be added without the need for additional etching refers to the Oxygen Inhibited Layer
__________ is the excess material that remains on the occlusal margin, sometimes described as feather like? Flash
The layer of debris (tooth structure, blood, saliva, etc.), similar to sawdust, created when preparing a tooth is referred to as the ______. Smear Layer
The bonding agent within a composite is which of the following? Silane Coupling Agent
The acid used most commonly to etch tooth structure for bonding procedures is Phosphoric
All of the following statements about enamel bonding are true, except which statement? Enamel bonding is not as strong as dentinal bonding
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