In vitro studies of the penetration of adhesive resins into artificial caries-like lesions.

@article{Robinson2001InVS,
  title={In vitro studies of the penetration of adhesive resins into artificial caries-like lesions.},
  author={Colin M Robinson and Steven Joseph Brookes and Jennifer Kirkham and Simon R Wood and R C Shore},
  journal={Caries research},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 2},
  pages={136-41}
}
Instead of removing the porous carious tissue at a relatively late stage in the disease process, attempts have been made to 'fill' the microporosities of lesions at a much earlier stage of lesion development. This would not only reduce the porosity and therefore access of acid and egress of dissolved material, but also afford some mechanical support to the tissue and perhaps inhibit further attack. Successful infiltration of materials into lesions has been demonstrated previously using… CONTINUE READING

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