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In vitro inhibition of caries around a resin composite restoration containing antibacterial filler.
Class V cavities were prepared and restored with resin composite containing antibacterial filler powder (Apacider-AW, Ap-AW) using experimental restorations. The restored teeth were incubated inExpand
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Resistance of nanofill and nanohybrid resin composites to toothbrush abrasion with calcium carbonate slurry.
The aim of this study was to investigate the wear of four nanofilled resin composites using simulated toothbrushing for 50,000 cycles with calcium carbonate slurry. The depth of abrasion andExpand
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Effect of dentine conditioners on the bonding efficacy of one-bottle adhesives.
The bonding efficacy of four one-bottle adhesives (OptiBond Solo Plus, Gluma Comfort Bond, One Step and Prime & Bond NT) and a multi-step adhesive (Clearfil Photo Bond) as a control was evaluated.Expand
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Effect of mechanical properties of resin composites on the efficacy of the dentin bonding system.
This study determined the relationship between marginal adaptation to dentin cavity preparations, tensile bond strength of the restorations, and mechanical properties of the composites. ContractionExpand
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Detection of bisphenol-A in dental materials by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
The xenoestrogenic substance bisphenol-A is widely used as a synthetic precursor of resin monomers, such as bisphenol-A diglycidyl methacrylate. Reports describing the release of bisphenol-A fromExpand
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A study on adsorption structures of methacryloyloxyalkyl dihydrogen phosphates on silver substrates by infrared reflection absorption spectroscopy.
10-Methacryloyloxydecyl dihydrogen phosphate (M10P) for use in dentistry has recently been noted as an adhesive monomer contained in a metal primer. Although the treatment of a metal surface withExpand
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In situ proliferation and differentiation of macrophages in dental pulp
The presence of macrophages in dental pulp is well known. However, whether these macrophages proliferate and differentiate in the dental pulp in situ, or whether they constantly migrate from theExpand
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The efficacy of dentine adhesive to sclerotic dentine.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effect of a dentine bonding system to sclerotic dentine in comparison with normal dentine. METHODS The efficacy of the dentine bonding system to sclerotic dentine wasExpand
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Laser-Raman spectroscopic study of the adhesive interface; analysis between 4-META/MMA-TBB resin and bovine or human dentin.
A study of the adhesive interface between 4-MET/MMA-TBB resin and hydroxyapatite or bovine enamel was reported. The present report is a continuation of that study. The possible chemical interactionExpand
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The adverse effect of commercial dentine-bonding systems on the skin of guinea pigs.
It was widely known that 2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate (2-HEMA) can cause contact dermatitis. Commercially available dentine primers and dentine bonding agents that contain 2-HEMA are widely used. TheExpand
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