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Ultraviolet light-induced yellowing of dental restorative resins.
6. Craig RG: Restorative Dental Materials, ed 6. St. Louis, 1980, The CV Mosby Co. Council on Dental Materials and Devices: Revised American Dental Association specification No. 19 for non-aqueous,Expand
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The effect of oxidation heat treatment of porcelain bond strength in selected base metal alloys.
Base metal alloys have been widely used for fixed partial dentures in the past decade. The oxidation heat treatment (degassing) of these alloys is a controversial step to prepare the metal surfaceExpand
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Forces and efficacy in endodontic irrigation systems.
  • J. Moser, M. Heuer
  • Medicine
  • Oral surgery, oral medicine, and oral pathology
  • 1 April 1982
Measurements of the pressure necessary to activate three commercially available types of endodontic irrigation systems were obtained from an in vitro testing procedure. In addition, the irrigationExpand
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A colorimetric study of coffee and tea staining of four composite resins.
  • M. Gross, J. Moser
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of oral rehabilitation
  • 1 October 1977
Colorimetric measurements were made on four composite resins before and after controlled immersion treatments. The four composite resins were: Adaptic (Johnson and Johnson), Prestige (LeeExpand
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Studies of Ti alloys for dental castings.
Casting of Ti has been recently investigated in dentistry. The purpose of this study was to examine the alloying effect on the cast Ti. Metallurgical structures, mechanical properties, and in vitroExpand
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Flute design of endodontic instruments: its influence on cutting efficiency.
The cutting efficiency of four brands and three sizes of endodontic files and reamers was evaluated. The force generated by the test instruments during rotary enlarging of predrilled holes in bovineExpand
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Casting Pure Titanium into Commercial Phosphate-bonded SiO2 Investment Molds
Pure titanium was cast into five different phosphate-bonded SiO2 investment mold materials (at 350°C) with an argon-arc melting and pressure casting machine. The mesh castability, the fit of the MODExpand
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In Vivo and In Vitro Corrosion Products of Dental Amalgam
Corrosion products of amalgam produced in Ringer's solution were compared with products formed in vivo using scanning electron microscopy, X-ray microanalysis, and Potentiostatic anodic polarization.Expand
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Cutting efficiency of endodontic instruments. Part 1: a quantitative comparison of the tip and fluted regions.
Measurements were made of the angles and lengths and observations were made of the morphology of the tips on seven endodontic instruments. Instrument geometry was compared with observed cuttingExpand
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The bonding properties of elastomer tray adhesives.
1. The surface yielded by the acrylic resin formed against tinfoil provided better retention for the rubber base than any other surface tested. 2. Wax consistently gave the worst results in spite ofExpand
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