Bonding in Dentistry (2020) | انواع البوند المستعملة في الأسنان
Bonding in Dentistry (2020) | انواع البوند المستعملة في الأسنان

A Review on Current Trends of Polymers in Orthodontics: BPA-Free and Smart Materials

Abstract

:

1. Introduction

2. Novel BPA-Free Composite Adhesives

3. Clinical Recommendations to Minimize BPA Release

4. Smart Materials in Orthodontics

4.1. Shape-Memory Polymers

4.2. Self-Healing Materials

(1)
Dimethacrylate-based polymers to provide a resin network.
(2)
Reinforcing filler particles treated with coupling agents to bond the resin to the particles.
(1)
Healing powder (HP): strontium fluoroaluminosilicate particles.
(2)
Healing liquid (HL): aqueous polyacrylic acid solutions encapsulated in silica microcapsules to prevent premature release during composite preparation.

4.3. Self-Cleaning Materials

4.4. Biomimetic Adhesives

5. Conclusions

Author Contributions

Funding

Institutional Review Board Statement

Informed Consent Statement

Data Availability Statement

Conflicts of Interest

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Hassan R, Aslam Khan MU, Abdullah AM, Abd Razak SI. A Review on Current Trends of Polymers in Orthodontics: BPA-Free and Smart Materials. Polymers. 2021; 13(9):1409. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym13091409

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