Maria Giovanna Gandolfi

Learn More
AIM An innovative light-curable calcium-silicate cement containing a HEMA-TEGDMA-based resin (lc-MTA) was designed to obtain a bioactive fast setting root-end filling and root repair material. (More)
The bioactivity of calcium silicate mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) cements has been attributed to their ability to produce apatite in presence of phosphate-containing fluids. This study evaluated(More)
Commercial root end filling materials, namely two zinc oxide eugenol-based cements [intermediate restorative material (IRM), Superseal], a glass ionomer cement (Vitrebond) and three calcium-silicate(More)
INTRODUCTION The hypothesis was that experimental ion-leaching bioactive composites enhance remineralization of apatite-depleted dentin. MATERIALS AND METHODS Calcium-aluminosilicate (wTC-Ba) or(More)
AIM The chemical-physical properties of novel and long-standing calcium silicate cements versus conventional pulp capping calcium hydroxide biomaterials were compared. METHODS Calcium(More)