Roxana Otilia Rominu

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OBJECTIVE The major aim of this study was to prove the capability of the optical coherence tomography (OCT) method in visualizing the integrity of the adhesive fillings and of the interfaces between the adhesive, tooth structures and composite resin. As zirconium dioxide was added to the composition of the adhesive layer in order to strengthen the(More)
Bonding has become a routine procedure in several dental specialties – from prosthodontics to conservative dentistry and even orthodontics. In many of these fields it is important to be able to investigate the bonded interfaces to assess their quality. All currently employed investigative methods are invasive, meaning that samples are destroyed in the(More)
Polymeric fixed partial prosthesis represents an important part of the prosthetic treatment. Their presence in the oral cavity could lead to fracture them and to alter the final prosthetic treatment. Time Domain Optical Coherence Tomography can be used as a noninvasive evaluation method and 3D reconstructions which could generate a real forecast on those(More)
The present study evaluates the potential of en-face optical coherence tomography (OCT) as a possible noninvasive high resolution method for supplying necessary information on the material defects of dental prostheses and microleakage at prosthetic interfaces. Teeth are also imaged after several treatment methods to asses material defects and microleakage(More)
The purpose of this study is to investigate through imagistic methods repaired metal ceramic crowns with ceramic material. Fracture of ceramic veneer may be reconstructed with either ceramic or composite resin material. The interfaces resulted are the key of success for the longevity of these metal-ceramic repaired crowns. 20 metal ceramic crowns which(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the cervical microleakage in Class II cavities restored with Sonicsys approx ceramic inserts and four resin-based materials. METHOD AND MATERIALS Forty noncarious and crack-free mandibular third molars were used. These teeth were randomly assigned to four groups each containing 10 teeth. No control group was created. On each(More)
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