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The effects of peroxide bleaching on composite to enamel bond strength.
Effects of abutment size and luting cement type on the uniaxial retention force of implant-supported crowns.
Bond characteristics of porcelain fused to milled titanium.
Percentage of canals filled in apical cross sections - an in vitro study of seven obturation techniques.
- I. S. Jarrett, D. Marx, D. Covey, M. Karmazin, M. Lavin, T. Gound
- MedicineInternational endodontic journal
- 1 June 2004
Simplifill as recommended, Thermafil, mechanical lateral and WVC (Schilder) obturation techniques created more complete obTuration using gutta-percha at the 2 and 4 mm levels than cold lateral, WVC(continuous wave), and Simplifill not used as directed.
One-year clinical performance of a self-etching adhesive in class V resin composites cured by two methods.
This study evaluated the clinical performance of a self-etching adhesive for resin composites over one year using the adhesive Prompt L-Pop, and found adhesive performance was poor, with a 35% loss of restorations overall.
The physical and adhesive properties of dental cements used for atraumatic restorative treatment.
- N. Ewoldsen, D. Covey, M. Lavin
- Medicine, Materials ScienceSpecial care in dentistry : official publication…
This study measured the compressive, tensile, and shear bond strengths to enamel and dentin of a conventional ART-GIC and two R-M GICs (Fuji Plus and Advance) at a powder-to-liquid ratio of 3.6:1.
An in vitro comparison of the effects of various air polishing powders on enamel and selected esthetic restorative materials.
- C. Barnes, D. Covey, Hidehiko Watanabe, B. Simetich, Joel R Schulte, Han Chen
- Materials Science, MedicineThe Journal of clinical dentistry
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of each of the commercially available air polishing powders on the surface characterization of human enamel, hybrid composite, and…
Effect of disinfectant solutions on the wettability of elastomeric impression materials.
Mechanical properties of heat-treated composite resin restorative materials.
Effects of a paste-free prophylaxis polishing cup and various prophylaxis polishing pastes on tooth enamel and restorative materials.
- D. Covey, C. Barnes, Hidehiko Watanabe, W. W. Johnson
- Medicine, Materials ScienceGeneral dentistry
- 1 November 2011
Dental porcelain surface roughness essentially was not affected by the application of paste-free cups and the fine and coarse pastes, and tooth enamel surface Roughness Index (Ra) was similar to that of a normal tooth.