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Resin-modified glass-ionomer cements.
  • A. D. Wilson
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    The International journal of prosthodontics
  • 1 September 1990
TLDR
Resin-modified glass-ionomer cements have the advantage of a long working time combined with a rapid set and higher early strength, and they are also easily bonded to resins, but they share with composite resins the disadvantage of containing free monomers and therefore may not be as biocompatible as conventional glass-ionic cements.
Glass ionomer cements
Proposed nomenclature for glass-ionomer dental cements and related materials.
The development of the original glass-ionomer cement by Wilson and Kent in 1969' was significant in that it made available for the first time a restorative dental material that had long-term adhesion
Reactions in Glass Ionomer Cements: II. An Infrared Spectroscopic Study
The transmission and attentuated total reflectance spectra of a dental cement formed from an aluminosilicate glass and aqueous polyacrylic acid (ASPA) are reported. Interpretation of spectra show
Mechanism of Adhesion of Polyelectrolyte Cements to Hydroxyapatite
TLDR
These studies have shown that polyacrylate ions become irreversibly attached to the surface of hydroxyapatite by displacing existing phosphate ions.
Improved adhesion of a glass ionomer cement to dentin and enamel.
A study has been made on improving the adhesion of a glass ionomer cement by the chemical treatment of dentin and enamel surfaces. The most effective surface conditioners were high molecular weight
Developments in glass-ionomer cements.
  • A. D. Wilson
  • Materials Science, Medicine
    The International journal of prosthodontics
  • 1 September 1989
TLDR
Improvements in mixing and setting characteristics, aesthetics, strength, and adhesion to tooth material are described.
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopic Study of the Role of Tartaric Acid in Glass-ionomer Dental Cements
(+) - Tartaric acid is incorporated into glass-ionomer dental cements to control the setting characteristics. FTIR has been used to examine the cements as they set, and has confirmed previous results
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