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Resin-based cements are frequently used for cementing indirect restorations, especially when the restorations are made of all-ceramic material. The cement has many important roles, e.g. prevent loosening of the restoration and provide optical matching with tooth substance or mask discoloration. Pre-treatment of tooth substance and restoration, cement composition and strength, mixing and application method, depth and degree of conversion, water sorption and solubility, and cement film thickness are properties that affect the cements ability to fill its roles.

Reference
Resinbaserte sementer – egenskaper som påvirker klinisk suksess av indirekte restaureringer
Sagen MA, Dahl BE
Nor Tannlegeforen Tid. 2022; 132: 716-22.