Resin infiltration of artificial enamel caries lesions with experimental light curing resins.

@article{Paris2007ResinIO,
  title={Resin infiltration of artificial enamel caries lesions with experimental light curing resins.},
  author={S. Paris and H. Meyer-Lueckel and H. C{\"o}lfen and A. Kielbassa},
  journal={Dental materials journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={
          582-8
        }
}
To prevent enamel lesions from further demineralization, a complete and homogeneous penetration of low-viscosity resins ('infiltrants') should be accomplished. With commercially available adhesives, this goal might not be achieved because of their penetration capabilities. On this note, the Penetration Coefficient (PC) describes the penetrativity of liquids and might be employed to develop optimal infiltrants. Thus, the aim of this study was to compare the penetration abilities of 12… Expand
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