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Influence of food-simulating solutions and surface finish on susceptibility to staining of aesthetic restorative materials.
OBJECTIVES To determine the degree of surface staining of resin-based composites (RBCs) and glass-ionomer cements (GICs) after immersion in various stains and food-simulating solutions (FSS). Expand
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Recommendations for conducting controlled clinical studies of dental restorative materials
About 35 years ago, Ryge provided a practical approach to evaluation of clinical performance of restorative materials. This systematic approach was soon universally accepted. While that methodologyExpand
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Minimal intervention dentistry--a review. FDI Commission Project 1-97.
The concept of minimal intervention dentistry has evolved as a consequence of our increased understanding of the caries process and the development of adhesive restorative materials. It is nowExpand
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Sorption and solubility of luting cements in different solutions.
This study examined the solubility, sorption, and dimensional change of eight luting cements in two different solutions: 50% ethanol:water and distilled water. Ten disk specimens were prepared ofExpand
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FDI World Dental Federation - clinical criteria for the evaluation of direct and indirect restorations. Update and clinical examples.
In 2007, new clinical criteria were approved by the FDI World Dental Federation and simultaneously published in three dental journals. The criteria were categorized into three groups: estheticExpand
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The influence of cross-sectional shape and surface area on the microtensile bond test.
OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of the cross-sectional area shape (cylindrical vs. rectangular) and the bonding surface area on the microtensile bond strengths andExpand
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Recommendations for conducting controlled clinical studies of dental restorative materials
About 35 years ago, Ryge provided a practical approach to evaluation of clinical performance of restorative materials. This systematic approach was soon universally accepted. While that methodologyExpand
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Adhesive restorative materials: a review.
  • M. Tyas, M. Burrow
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Australian dental journal
  • 1 September 2004
'Adhesive' restorative dentistry originated with the work of Buonocore in 1955 in bonding resin to etched enamel. Since then, adhesive materials and techniques have developed at a rapid rate. TheExpand
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Quality of dental restorations. FDI Commission Project 2-95.
A major undertaking for general practitioners is the provision and assessment of dental restorations. High quality restorative therapy encompasses several key elements that fulfil specific criteria.Expand
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Recommendations for conducting controlled clinical studies of dental restorative materials. Science Committee Project 2/98--FDI World Dental Federation study design (Part I) and criteria for
About 35 years ago, Ryge provided a practical approach to the evaluation of the clinical performance of restorative materials. This systematic approach was soon universally accepted. While thatExpand
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