Method For Priming Hard Tissue

Abstract

An acid and a water-soluble film former are used as a primer for hard tissue (e.g., dentin). The acid has a pKa less than or equal to that of phenol and the acid and its calcium salt(s) are soluble in the film former. The primer is free of adhesively detrimental quantities of calcium salts that are not soluble in the film former.


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  • Publication: Jan 12, 1988
  • Application: Feb 28, 1986
    US US 83503486 A
  • Priority: Feb 28, 1986
    US US 83503486 A

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