High irradiance curing and anomalies of exposure reciprocity law in resin-based materials.

@article{Hadis2011HighIC,
  title={High irradiance curing and anomalies of exposure reciprocity law in resin-based materials.},
  author={Mohammed A Hadis and Julian G. Leprince and Adrian C C Shortall and Jacques Devaux and Gaetane Leloup and William M Palin},
  journal={Journal of dentistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={39 8},
  pages={549-57}
}
OBJECTIVES The aim of this work was to investigate the effect of high irradiance curing on resultant degree of conversion of 'flowable' resin composites and their counterpart higher viscosity paste materials. METHODS Five commercial flowable materials (Venus; Heraeus Kulzer, Synergy D6; Coltene, Premise; Kerr, Grandio; Voco and Gradia; GC Corp) and their counterpart higher viscosity restorative versions were tested. Specimens were cured with a halogen Swiss Master Light (EMS, Switzerland… CONTINUE READING

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