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Wear and surface roughness of current prosthetic composites after toothbrush/dentifrice abrasion.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Surface changes of prosthetic composites caused by toothbrushing are known, although composite materials have been improved and are now widely used for various kinds ofExpand
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Comparative strength of metal-ceramic and metal-composite bonds after extended thermocycling.
The relative strengths of ceramic-to-metal and composite-to-metal bonds were compared after prolonged thermocycling. A total of 104 cast discs were produced from a gold alloy (Pontor LFC). A ceramicExpand
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Shear bond strength of resin composite veneering material to gold alloy with varying metal surface preparations.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM Although adequate surface preparation is indispensable to achieve a consistent and durable bond between resin composite materials and the metal substructures of veneeredExpand
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Clinical evaluation of a chemically cured hard denture relining material.
The purpose of the current study was to evaluate the clinical performance of a chemically cured denture relining material after 1-year service period. A powder-liquid material designed for dentureExpand
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Properties of dual-curable luting composites polymerized with single and dual curing modes.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of visible-light exposure on water absorption, solubility and colour stability of dual-curable luting composites. Using eight dual-curableExpand
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Properties of four composite veneering materials polymerized with different laboratory photo-curing units.
This study examined properties of four composite veneering materials polymerized with two different photo-curing units for the purpose of evaluating curing performance of the combination of compositeExpand
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Adhesive bonding of zirconia with single-liquid acidic primers and a tri-n-butylborane initiated acrylic resin.
PURPOSE The purpose of the current study was to evaluate the effect of acidic primers on the bond strength and durability of an acrylic resin luting agent to zirconia. MATERIALS AND METHODS DiskExpand
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Influence of visible-light exposure on colour stability of current dual-curable luting composites.
This study was conducted to evaluate influence of visible-light exposure on colour stability of dual-curable luting composite. Using six dual-curable luting composites [Bistite II (BI), Clapearl DCExpand
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Influence of air-abrasion and subsequent heat treatment on bonding between zirconia framework material and indirect composites.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of air-abrasion and subsequent heat treatment on the shear bond strength of the bond between indirect composites and a zirconia material. FourExpand
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Bond strength to primed Ti-6Al-7Nb alloy of two acrylic resin adhesives.
This study aimed to evaluate the bonding behavior of two acrylic resin adhesives joined to titanium-aluminum-niobium (Ti-6Al-7Nb) alloy primed with two metal conditioners. Cast Ti-6Al-7Nb alloy disksExpand
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