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In vitro erosive effect of pediatric medicines on deciduous tooth enamel.
- C. Scatena, D. Galafassi, J. M. Gomes-Silva, M. Borsatto, M. Serra
- Medicine, Materials ScienceBrazilian dental journal
Erosion of deciduous enamel was dependent on the type of medicine and exposure time, and the surfaces clearly exhibited structural loss, which was unlike those immersed in artificial saliva.
Protective Effect of the Dental Pellicle against Erosive Challenges in situ
- A. Hara, M. Ando, C. González-Cabezas, J. Cury, M. Serra, D. Zero
- Medicine, Materials ScienceJournal of dental research
- 1 July 2006
It was concluded that the acquired pellicle reduced dental erosion, but that this effect was limited to the less severe erosive challenge on enamel surfaces.
Abrasive wear of resin composites as related to finishing and polishing procedures.
Caries Progression and Inhibition in Human and Bovine Root Dentine in situ
It is suggested that bovine dentine can be used instead of human to evaluate caries development and inhibition and mineral loss and lesion depth were determined by cross-sectional microhardness and polarized light microscopy.
Wear of dental resin composites: insights into underlying processes and assessment methods--a review.
- C. Turssi, Benedito de Moraes Purquerio, M. Serra
- Materials Science, MedicineJournal of biomedical materials research. Part B…
- 15 May 2003
The aim of this article was to define what constitutes wear; the major underlying phenomena involved in this process-adhesion, abrasion, fatigue, and corrosion-being described.
The effect of 10% carbamide peroxide, carbopol and/or glycerin on enamel and dentin microhardness.
Opalescence 10%, carbamide peroxide, carbopol, glycerin and their associations may change the microhardness of sound and demineralized dental tissues, even in the presence of artificial saliva.
Abrasive wear on eroded root dentine after different periods of exposure to saliva in situ.
- A. Hara, C. Turssi, E. Teixeira, M. Serra, J. Cury
- Medicine, Materials ScienceEuropean journal of oral sciences
- 1 October 2003
The data suggest that the exposure time of saliva of up to 60 min has no effect on reducing the eroded dentine wear by toothbrushing.
In situ anticariogenic potential of glass ionomer cement.
The results show that glass ionomer cement presents a broad anticariogenic effect and may be of value in preventing secondary caries, even under conditions of a high caries risk.
The effects of seven carbamide peroxide bleaching agents on enamel microhardness over time.
- R. Basting, A. Rodrigues, M. Serra
- Medicine, Materials ScienceJournal of the American Dental Association
- 1 October 2003
Enamel treated with different bleaching agents or a placebo experienced a similar decrease in microhardness values over time, with the exception of fragments exposed to Opalescence PF 20 percent (Ultradent Products, South Jordan, Utah), or OPA20.
The effect of 10% carbamide peroxide bleaching material on microhardness of sound and demineralized enamel and dentin in situ.
- R. Basting, A. L. Rodrígues Júnior, M. Serra
- Materials Science, MedicineOperative dentistry
- 1 November 2001
The results suggest that treatment with 10% carbamide peroxide bleaching material for three weeks alters the enamel micro Hardness, although it does not seem to alter the dentin microhardness.