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Bonding of dual-cured resin cement to zirconia ceramic using phosphate acid ester monomer and zirconate coupler.
- Keiichi Yoshida, Y. Tsuo, M. Atsuta
- Materials Science, MedicineJournal of biomedical materials research. Part B…
- 1 April 2006
This study evaluated the shear bond strength between dual-cured resin luting cement and pure zirconium (99.9%) and industrially manufactured yttrium-oxide-partially-stabilized zirconia ceramic, and…
Effect of etchant, etching period, and silane priming on bond strength to porcelain of composite resin.
Application of the silane bonding agent to the porcelain after hydrofluoric acid etching appeared to be suitable for achieving consistent bonding between the composite resin and the por Celcelain.
Effects of alumina-blasting and adhesive primers on bonding between resin luting agent and zirconia ceramics.
- Y. Tsuo, Keiichi Yoshida, M. Atsuta
- Materials Science, MedicineDental materials journal
- 1 December 2006
It was concluded that the application of each of the three adhesive primers following alumina-blasting was effective for strong bonding of resin luting agent to zirconia ceramics.
Effect of different etching periods on the bond strength of a composite resin to a machinable porcelain.
Characterization and inhibitory effect of antibacterial dental resin composites incorporating silver-supported materials.
- K. Yoshida, M. Tanagawa, M. Atsuta
- Materials Science, MedicineJournal of biomedical materials research
- 15 December 1999
Results indicate that a light-activated dental resin composite incorporating silver-supported antibacterial material such as Novaron may be useful clinically because of its long-lasting inhibitory effect against S. mutans and its favorable mechanical properties.
Effect of etching and sandblasting on bond strength to sintered porcelain of unfilled resin.
- H. Kato, H. Matsumura, M. Atsuta
- Medicine, Materials ScienceJournal of oral rehabilitation
- 1 February 2000
The results indicated the effectiveness of the SHF- or HFA-etching for retaining the acrylic resin to the porcelain, however, ageing testing also revealed insufficient retentive characteristics of therylic resin by etching alone.
Photo-induced hydrophilicity enhances initial cell behavior and early bone apposition.
- T. Sawase, R. Jimbo, K. Baba, Y. Shibata, T. Ikeda, M. Atsuta
- Medicine, BiologyClinical oral implants research
- 1 May 2008
The photo-induced hydrophilic surface used in the current study improves the initial cell reactions and enhances early bone apposition to the implant.
Influence of ceramic thickness on mechanical properties and polymer structure of dual-cured resin luting agents.
Joint strength of laser-welded titanium.
A novel characteristic of porous titanium oxide implants.
- T. Sawase, R. Jimbo, A. Wennerberg, Naoki Suketa, Yasuhiro Tanaka, M. Atsuta
- Materials ScienceClinical oral implants research
- 1 December 2007
The anodic-oxidized TiUnite implant has inherent photocatalytic activity and UVA illumination increases the surface hydrophilicity of the implant, however, this increase in hydrophILicity does not improve bone apposition to the implant surface at 4 weeks.