Structure-mechanical function relations at nano-scale in heat-affected human dental tissue.

@article{Sui2014StructuremechanicalFR,
  title={Structure-mechanical function relations at nano-scale in heat-affected human dental tissue.},
  author={Tan Sui and Michael A. Sandholzer and Eric Le Bourhis and Nikolaos Baimpas and Gabriel Landini and Alexander M. Korsunsky},
  journal={Journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={32},
  pages={113-124}
}
The knowledge of the mechanical properties of dental materials related to their hierarchical structure is essential for understanding and predicting the effect of microstructural alterations on the performance of dental tissues in the context of forensic and archaeological investigation as well as laser irradiation treatment of caries. So far, few studies have focused on the nano-scale structure-mechanical function relations of human teeth altered by chemical or thermal treatment. The response… CONTINUE READING
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