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Acta Odontol Scand. 1999 Oct;57(5):238-41.

Bioadhesion--a phenomenon with multiple dimensions.

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Department of Prosthetic Dentistry, Malmö University, Sweden. Per-Olof.Glantz@mah.se

Abstract

This paper reviews some relevant citations regarding the non-specific forces that must be considered in oral bioadhesive events. These range from forces related to restorative dentistry to those related to prevention and molecular biology. Types of interactions discussed are: 1. Van der Waal's forces; 2. electrostatic double-layer forces; 3. solvent-dependent interactions; 4. hydrogen bonding; 5. hydrophobic interactions; 6. hydration forces; 7. steric forces; and 8. covalent bonds. Examples are given of the various types of interaction that occur at different surface separation (< or =400 A) between adsorbed films of a pure salivary protein fraction (PRP1).

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