Surface modification of several dental substrates by non-thermal, atmospheric plasma brush.

@article{Chen2013SurfaceMO,
  title={Surface modification of several dental substrates by non-thermal, atmospheric plasma brush.},
  author={Mingsheng Chen and Ying Zhang and M Sky Driver and Anthony N. Caruso and Qingsong Yu and Yong Wang},
  journal={Dental materials : official publication of the Academy of Dental Materials},
  year={2013},
  volume={29 8},
  pages={
          871-80
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to reveal the effectiveness of non-thermal atmospheric plasma brush in surface wettability and modification of four dental substrates. METHODS Specimens of dental substrates including dentin, enamel, and two composites Filtek Z250, Filtek LS Silorane were prepared (∼2mm thick, ∼10mm diameter). The prepared surfaces were treated for 5-45s with a non-thermal atmospheric plasma brush working at temperatures from 36 to 38°C. The plasma-treatment effects on… CONTINUE READING

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