Contraction stress of flowable composite materials and their efficacy as stress-relieving layers.

@article{Braga2003ContractionSO,
  title={Contraction stress of flowable composite materials and their efficacy as stress-relieving layers.},
  author={Roberto R Braga and Thomas J. Hilton and Jack Liborio Ferracane},
  journal={Journal of the American Dental Association},
  year={2003},
  volume={134 6},
  pages={
          721-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND The authors compared the polymerization contraction stress produced by flowable resin-based composites with stress values produced by nonflowable composites. They also measured the stress reduction produced by placing a precured layer of flowable composite under a nonflowable composite. METHODS The authors first tested four flowable and six nonflowable composite materials for contraction stress in a tensiometer. In the second part of the study, they applied a 1.4-millimeter-thick… CONTINUE READING
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