Wear properties of a novel resin composite compared to human enamel and other restorative materials.

  title={Wear properties of a novel resin composite compared to human enamel and other restorative materials.},
  author={Camillo D'Arcangelo and Lorenzo Vanini and G Rondoni and Marziye Pirani and Mirco Vadini and Mary Gattone and Francesco de Angelis},
  journal={Operative dentistry},
  volume={39 6},
The purpose of this in vitro study was to compare the two-body wear resistance of human enamel, a pressable glass-ceramic (Imagine PressX), a type 3 gold alloy (Aurocast8), three resins composites currently available on the market (Enamel plus HRi, Filtek Supreme XTE, Ceram.X duo), and one recently introduced resin composite (Enamel plus HRi-Function). Resin composites were tested after simple light curing and after a further heat polymerization cycle. Ten cylindrical specimens (7 mm in… 

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