Suppression effects of dental glass-ceramics with polarization-induced highly dense surface charges against bacterial adhesion.


This study investigated the surface characteristics and antibacterial ability capacity of surface-improved dental glass-ceramics by an electrical polarization process. Commercially available dental glass-ceramic materials were electrically polarized to induce surface charges in a direct current field by heating. The surface morphology, chemical composition… (More)
DOI: 10.4012/dmj.2014-342


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