Ultra-fast light-curing resin composite with increased conversion and reduced monomer elution.

@article{Randolph2014UltrafastLR,
  title={Ultra-fast light-curing resin composite with increased conversion and reduced monomer elution.},
  author={Luc D Randolph and William M Palin and Sabine Bebelman and Jacques Devaux and Bernard Gallez and Gaetane Leloup and Julian G. Leprince},
  journal={Dental materials : official publication of the Academy of Dental Materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={594-604}
}
OBJECTIVES To test the null hypotheses that photoactive resin composites containing a Type I photoinitiator would exhibit reduced DC or increased monomer elution at substantially short curing times compared with materials based on a Type 2 ketone/amine system. METHODS Two experimental resin composites were prepared, using either Lucirin-TPO or camphorquinone/DMAEMA. Specimens were light-cured using appropriate spectral emission that coincided with the absorption properties of each initiator… CONTINUE READING

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