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Compressive strength, fluoride release and recharge of fluoride-releasing materials.
The compressive strength, fluoride releases and recharge profiles of 15 commercial fluoride-releasing restorative materials have been studied. The materials include glass ionomers (Fuji IX, KetacExpand
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The wear of polished and glazed zirconia against enamel.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM The wear of tooth structure opposing anatomically contoured zirconia crowns requires further investigation. PURPOSE The purpose of this in vitro study was to measure theExpand
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Wear of enamel opposing zirconia and lithium disilicate after adjustment, polishing and glazing.
OBJECTIVES To compare the wear and opposing enamel wear of adjusted (A); adjusted and polished (AP); and adjusted and glazed (AG) zirconia and lithium disilicate. METHODS Specimens (n=8) wereExpand
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Two-year clinical trial of a universal adhesive in total-etch and self-etch mode in non-carious cervical lesions.
OBJECTIVES To compare the clinical performance of Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive used in self- and total-etch modes and two-bottle Scotchbond™ Multi-purpose Adhesive in total-etch mode for Class 5Expand
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Treating root-surface caries.
This article summarizes the effectiveness of restorative materials used to restore root surfaces, the mechanisms by which these materials reduce caries, and placement techniques for restoringExpand
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The accuracy of six impression techniques for osseointegrated implants.
PURPOSE Six impression techniques were evaluated using tapered and square impression copings. MATERIALS AND METHODS The absolute distortion was measured using a cast metal impression tray withExpand
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Wear, strength, modulus and hardness of CAD/CAM restorative materials.
OBJECTIVE To measure the mechanical properties of several CAD/CAM materials, including lithium disilicate (e.max CAD), lithium silicate/zirconia (Celtra Duo), 3 resin composites (Cerasmart, LavaExpand
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Color stability of fluoride-containing restorative materials.
Six fluoride-releasing materials of shade A3 were tested: one glass ionomer (Fuji IX), one resin-modified glass ionomer (Photac-Fil), two compomers (F 2000 and Dyract AP) and two composites (TetricExpand
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Shear bond strength with increasing light-guide distance from dentin.
BACKGROUND In Class II composite restorations, the adhesive covering the gingival floor of the deep cavity preparation is 2 to 8 mm from the light guide and may not be adequately cured with a typicalExpand
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Formulation and characterization of a novel fluoride-releasing dental composite.
OBJECTIVES The aims of this study were to formulate a novel fluoride-releasing dental composite and to evaluate its mechanical properties, fluoride release and recharge capabilities, water sorptionExpand
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