On composite resin materials. Degradation, erosion and possible adverse effects in dentists.

@article{Ortengren2000OnCR,
  title={On composite resin materials. Degradation, erosion and possible adverse effects in dentists.},
  author={Ulf Ortengren},
  journal={Swedish dental journal. Supplement},
  year={2000},
  volume={141},
  pages={1-61}
}
  • Ulf Ortengren
  • Published 2000 in Swedish dental journal. Supplement
PURPOSE The aims of this thesis were: 1. To study the effect of water and pH on composite resin materials in vitro by assessing sorption, solubility, monomers eluted and flexural properties. 2. To study adverse effects on the skin in dentists possibly caused by acrylic resin-based materials. MATERIALS AND METHODS Proprietary composite resin materials were used for the in vitro experiments. The tests were performed according to the ISO 4049 (1988) with the exception of McIlvaine's solution… CONTINUE READING

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