Influence of humidity on dimensional stability of a range of ion-leachable cements.

@article{Kanchanavasita1995InfluenceOH,
  title={Influence of humidity on dimensional stability of a range of ion-leachable cements.},
  author={W. Kanchanavasita and Gavin J Pearson and H. M. Anstice},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={1995},
  volume={16 12},
  pages={
          921-9
        }
}
The effects of heat treatment on selected properties of a conventional and a resin-modified glass ionomer cement
  • R. Rafeek
  • Materials Science
    Journal of materials science. Materials in medicine
  • 2008
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It is possible to improve the strength of RMGIC with heat to a limited extent, but fluoride release may decrease, which would be highly desirable for inlay or onlay restorations that adhere to tooth tissue and release fluoride.
Dimensional changes of resin/ionomer restoratives in aqueous and neutral media.
Influence of an alloy addition on the physical and clinical behaviour of glass ionomer cement
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In in vitro studies compared the various properties of an experimental high powder liquid content glass ionomer cement (EXPT) with those of a metal addition GIC (HiDense) and disperse phase amalgam (Dispersalloy), it was found that the strength of Hi-Dense increased and then maintained over extended time, whereas the strength was declined at 3 months.
Effective Expansion
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Hygroscopic expansion was more effective in compensating shrinkage stress than would be assumed based on total shrinkage, because only post-gel shrinkage needed compensation.
A comparison of resin-modified glass-ionomer and resin composite polymerisation shrinkage stress in a wet environment.
Effectiveness of surface protection for glass-ionomer, resin-modified glass-ionomer and polyacid-modified composite resins.
TLDR
Of the Ionofil U group, Adper Single Bond exhibited the least effective surface coating among the materials tested, while the best surface protection was obtained with LC Varnish in the Dyract group, however, no statistically significant differences were observed in the Vitremer group.
Effect of a self‐adhesive coating on the load‐bearing capacity of tooth‐coloured restorative materials
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The load-bearing capacity of the restorative materials was affected by applying self-adhesive coating and ageing, and the CGIC had significantly higher hardness but lower flexural strength than the RM-GIC and RC.
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