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References

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  15. Pameijer CH. Microleakage of four experimental resin modified glass ionomer restorative materials. April 2011.
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Related Literature

  • Armstrong SR, et al. Resin-dentin interfacial ultrastructure and microtensile dentin bond strength after five-year water storage. Oper Dent 2004;29(6):705-12.
  • Bertassoni LE, et al. Functional remineralization of dentin: induced mineral re-growth for biomechanical recovery. AADR 2009.
  • Cannon ML, Comisi JC. Bioactive and therapeutic preventive approach to dental pit and fissure sealants. Compendium 2013;34(8):642-645.
  • Comisi CC. Bioactive materials support proactive dental care. Cosmetic Dent 2012;1:7-13
  • Delaviz Y, Finer Y, Santerre JP. Biodegradation of resin composites and adhesives by oral bacteria and saliva: a rationale for new material deigns that consider the clinical environment and treatment challenges. Dent Mat 2014;30(1):16-32.
  • DeRouen TA, et al. Neurobehavioral effects of dental amalgam in children: a randomized clinical trial. JAMA 2006;295(15):1784-1792.
  • Flaim GM, et al. Remineralization of dentin lesions from a whisker-reinforced, resin-based composite. AARD 2009.
  • Giorgievska E, et al. Marginal adaptation and performance of bioactive dental restorative materials in deciduous and young permanent teeth. J Appl Oral Sci 2008;16(1):1-6.
  • Goldstep F. Proactive intervention dentistry: a model for oral care through life. Compend Contin Educ Dent 2012;33(6):398-402.
  • Khoroushi M, Keshani F. A review of glass ionomers: from conventional glass-ionomer to bioactive glass-ionomer. Dent Res J 2013;10(4):411-420.
  • Murray PE,et al. Analysis of pulpal reactions to restorative procedures, materials, pulp capping, and future therapies. Crit Rev Oral Biol Med 2002;13:509Niu L, Pashley DH, Tay FR, et al. Biomimetic remineralization of dentin. Dent Mat 2014;30(1):77-96.
  • Nordbo H, et al. Saucer-shaped cavity preparations for posterior approximal resin composite restorations: observations up to 10 years. Quintessence Int 1998;29(1):5-11.
  • Pameijer CH. Report on the retention of Embrace WetBond cement and a RMGI cement (Pulpdent). August 2012.
  • Pashley DH, et al. State of the art etch-and-rinse adhesives. Dent Mater 2011;27(1):10.
  • Peumans M, et al. Clinical effectiveness of contemporary adhesives: a systematic review of current clinical trials. Dent Mat 2005;21:864-881.
  • Skartveit L, et al. In vivo fluoride uptake in enamel and dentin from fluoride-containing materials. J Dent Child 1990; 57(2):97-100.
  • Spencer P, et al. Adhesive/dentin interface: the weak link in the composite restoration. Am Biomed Eng 2010;38(6):1989-2003.
  • Spenser P, et al. Interfacial chemistry of moisture-aged class ll composite restorations. J Biomed Mater Res 2006;77(2):234-240.
  • Wang Z. Dentin remineralization induced by innovative calcium phosphate/silicate materials. AADR 2013.
  • Watson TF, et al. Present and future glass ionomers and calcium-silicate cements as bioactive materials in dentistry; biophotonics-based interfacial analyses in health and disease. Dent Mat 2014;30(1):50-61.
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  • Yang B, et al. Remineralization of natural dentin caries with one experimental composite resin. AADR 2009.

 


Bonding

  • Pameijer CH. Shear bond strength of two DenTASTIC UNO formulas. May 2011.
  • CRA Newsletter April 2003;27(4). 10-minute bond strengths of 34 adhesives to 8 buildup resins. DenTASTIC UNO-DUO.
  • Hager C, et al. Histomorphology of the d/a interface at the cementum- and dentin-enamel junctions. J Dent Res 82 (Spec Iss A) 0592, 2003.
  • Wang Y, Spencer P. Nondestructive measurement of the quality of the hybrid layer with one-bottle adhesive systems. J Dent Res 81 (Spec Iss A) 1896, 2002.
  • Perdigão J, et al. Bond strengths of new simplified dentin-enamel adhesives. Am J Dent 1999;12(6):286-290.
  • Garcia-Godoy F. Shear bond strengths data for DenTASTIC UNO. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 1998.
  • Garcia-Godoy F. Shear bond strength for different groups using DENTASTIC. University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 1995.
  • CRA Newsletter November 1995;19(11). Bonding Amalgam Update. DenTASTIC.
  • Van Der Vyver PJ, De Wet FA, Dearlove WR. Shear bond strength of three modern dentine bonding systems. Faculty of Dentistry, University of Pretoria, Pretoria. Abstract.
  • The Dental Advisor Jan/Feb 1995;5(1). DenTASTIC ++++.
  • CRA Newsletter February 1995;19(2). CRA’s most highly rated products from Jan ‘94 through Jan ‘95. DenTASTIC.
  • RealityNow July 1994, No. 57. DenTASTIC (New).
  • Reality 1996;10. Ratings: DenTASTIC.
  • Eichmiller F. Biocompatibility data for PMGDM. ADA Health Foundation, Facsimile Transmission. October 30, 1993.
  • Venz S, Dickens B. Modified surface-active monomers for adhesive bonding to dentin. J Dent Res 1993;73(3):582-86.
  • Bowen RL, Marjenhoff WA. Development of an adhesive bonding system. Operative Dent 1992;Sup 5:75-80.

Calcium Hydroxide

  • Flanagan D. Calcium hydroxide paste as a surface detoxifying agent for infected dental implants: two case reports. J Oral Implantology 2009;35(4):204-209.
  • Athanassiadis B, et al. An in vitro study of the antimicrobial activity of some endodontic medicaments and their bases using an agar well diffusion assay. Australian Dent J 2009;54:141-146.
  • Berk H. Save That Tooth. Watertown, MA: Pulpdent Corporation, 2005.
  • Coelho Gomes I, et al. Diffusion of calcium through dentin. J Endo 1996;22(11):590-595.
  • Rosen PS, Marks MH, Lepine EJ. Comprehensive treatment for a subcrestal fracture incisor in the mixed dentition. Comp Cont Educ Dent 1990;12(6):382-387.
  • Kirk EEJ, et al. A Comparison of dentinogenesis on pulp capping with calcium hydroxide in paste and cement form. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol 1989;68(2):210-219.
  • Baratieri LN, et al. Pulp curettage – surgical technique. Quintessence Int 1989;20:285-293.
  • Staehle HJ, Pioch T. Die alkalisierende wirkung kalziumhydroxidhaltiger handelspraparate. Schweiz Monatsschr Zahnmed 1988;98(10):1072-1077.
  • Hasselgren G, Olssen B, Cvek M. Effects of calcium hydroxide on the dissolution of necrotic porcine muscle tissue. J Endo 1988;14(3):125-127.
  • Weine FS, Wenckus CS. Endodontic treatment of unusual root conditions, part 2. CDS Review 1987;July:28-34.
  • Safavi KE, et al. A comparison of antimicrobial effects of calcium hydroxide and iodine-potassium iodide. J Endo 1985;11(10):454-456.
  • Byström A, Claesson R, Sundqvist G. The antibacterial effect of camphorated paramonochlorophenol, camphorated phenol and calcium hydroxide in the treatment of infected root canals. Endod Dent Traumatol 1985;1:170-175.
  • Girard C, Holz J. Contrôles à court et à long termes du traitement de la catégorie IV des pulpopathies à l’aide d’hydroxyde de calcium. Rev mens suisse Odon 1985;95:169.
  • Liard-Dumpschin D, Holz J, Baum LJ. Le coiffage pulpaire direct – essai biologique sur 8 produits. Rev mens suisse Odon 1984;94(4):3-21.
  • Serota KS, Krakow AA. Retrograde instrumentation and obturation of the root canal space. J Evdo 1983;9(10):448-451.
  • Melman ES. Clinical article: management of a totally fused central and lateral incisor with internal resporption perforating the lateral aspect of the root. Oral Health 1979;69(7):30-33.
  • Heithersay GS. Calcium hydroxide in the treatment of pulpless teeth with associated pathology. J Brit Endo 1975;8(2):74-93.
  • Berk H, Krakow AA, Stanley HR. Clinical situations in which amputation is preferred to pulp capping because of biologic considerations. JADA 1975;90:801-805.
  • Berk H, Krakow AA. A comparison of the management of pulpal pathosis in deciduous and permanent teeth. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Path 1972;34(6):944-955.
  • Phaneuf RA, Frankl SN, Ruben MP. A comparative histological evaluation of three calcium hydroxide preparations on the human primary dental pulp. J Dent Child 1968;35:61-76.
  • Berk H, Krakow AA. Efficient vital pulp therapy. Dent Clin North Am July 1965;373-385.
  • Berk H. Maintaining vitality of injured permanent anterior teeth. JADA 1954;49:391.
  • Berk H. the effect of calcium hydroxide-methyl cellulose paste on the dental pulp. ASDC J Dent Child 1950;17(4):65-68.

Cements

  • Blaes J. Kleer-Veneer Cement from Pulpdent. Dental Economics 2009;99(7):56.
  • RTD Bonding Report – DenTASTIC and Embrace. Grenoble, France. 2008.
  • Freedman G. Adhesive cementation: one step and predictable. Oral Health April 2006:44-48.
  • Hoffman ID. Advanced resin technology: Embrace WetBond. Spectrum 2005;4(1):68-76.
  • Freedman G. Simplified adhesive cementation: what, where and how. Dentistry Today 2005;24(3):80-86.
  • Embrace WetBond Resin Cement Retention Values. 2005. Pulpdent Corporation.
  • CRA Newsletter August 2004;28(8). Embrace Universal Resin Cement.
  • CRA Newsletter October 2004;28(10). Embrace Universal Resin Cement.
  • Reality 2004 Vol 18. First Look Embrace WetBond Universal Resin Cement.
  • Reality web site. First Look Resin Cements; RelyX Unicem, Maxcem, Embrace Wetbond

Embrace WetBond

  • Cannon ML, Comisi JC. Bioactive and therapeutic approach to dental pit and fissure sealants. Comp Cont Educ Dent 2013;34(8):642-645.
  • Prabhakar AR, Murthy SA, Sugandhan S. Comparison evaluation of the length of resin tags, viscosity and microleakage of pit and fissure sealants – an in vitro scanning electron microscope study. Contemporary Clinical Dentistry 2011;2(4):324-330.
  • Cannon M, et al. Pilot study to measure fluoride ion penetration of hydrophilic sealant. J Dent Res 89 (Spec Iss A) 1345, 2010.
  • Naorungroj S, Wei HH, Arnold RR, Swift Jr EJ, Walter R. Antibacterial surface properties of fluoride-containing resin-based sealants. J Dent 2010.
  • Kane B, Karren J, Garcia-Godoy C, Garcia-Godoy F. Sealant adaptation and penetration into occlusal fissures. Am J Dent 2009;22(2):89-91.
  • Hoffman I. A moisture tolerant, resin-based pit and fissure sealant. Dental Tribune 2009;4(37):17A.
  • O’Donnell JP. A moisture-tolerant resin-based pit and fissure sealant: research results. Inside Dentistry 2008;4(7):50-52.
  • Strassler HE, O’Donnell JP. A unique moisture-tolerant, resin-based pit and fissure sealant: clinical technique and research results. Inside Dentistry 2008;4(9):108-110.
  • RTD Bonding Report – DenTASTIC and Embrace. Grenoble, France. 2008.
  • Kavaloglu Cildir S, Sandalli N. Compressive strength, surface roughness, fluoride release and recharge of four new fluoride-releasing fissure sealants. Dent Mat J 2007;26(3):335-341.
  • Freedman G. Adhesive cementation: one step and predictable. Oral Health April 2006:44-48.
  • O’Donnell JP. A moist environment for sealants. RDH July 2006;58-60.
  • Glazer HS. Difficult repairs made easy with a restoration & PFM repair kit. Contemporary Esthetics September 2006:58-60.
  • CRA Newsletter April 2005;29(4). Embrace WetBond Restoration & PFM Repair Kit.
  • Hoffman ID. Advanced resin technology: Embrace WetBond. Spectrum 2005;4(1):68-76.
  • Sharma S, Kugel G. A new material for polishing and sealing composite-based materials. Contemporary Esthetics 2005;9(4):66-67.
  • Freedman G. Simplified adhesive cementation: what, where and how. Dentistry Today 2005;24(3):80-86.
  • Clark L. New technique in sealants. J Practical Hygiene 2005;14(9):29-31.
  • Glazer HS. Repair of an upper right cuspid using the Embrace WetBond Restoration & PFM Repair Kit. Dental Products Report September 2004;62.
  • Embrace WetBond Resin Cement Retention Values. 2005. Pulpdent Corporation.
  • The Dental Advisor October 2004;21(8). Embrace Seal-n-Shine ++++1/2.
  • In Vitro Study on Toothpaste/Toothbrush Abrasion Resistance of a New Dental Material: Seal-n-Shine. 2004. Pulpdent Corporation.
  • CRA Newsletter Buying Guide – Outstanding Products 2003: Embrace WetBond Pit & Fissure Sealant. January 2004;28(1):5.
  • CRA Newsletter August 2004;28(8). Embrace Universal Resin Cement.
  • CRA Newsletter October 2004;28(10). Embrace Universal Resin Cement.
  • Reality 2004 Vol 18. First Look Embrace WetBond Seal-n-Shine.
  • Reality 2004 Vol 18. First Look Embrace WetBond Universal Resin Cement.
  • Reality 2004 Vol 18. First Look Embrace Restoration and PFM Repair Kit.
  • Reality web site. First Look Resin Cements; RelyX Unicem, Maxcem, Embrace Wetbond
  • The Dental Advisor. Embrace WetBond Pit and Fissure Sealant ++++1/2. October 2004;21(8).
  • Trushkowski RD. Placing sealants and restoring small lesions in a slightly moist field. Contemporary Esthetics and Restorative Practice, July 2004.
  • Microleakage of Surface Sealants in Class V Restorations After Thermal Cycling. 2003. Pulpdent Corporation.
  • Degrange M. Penetration depth and marginal leakage of Embrace WetBond Pit and Fissure Sealant. 2001.

Endodontics

  • Berk H, Pameijer CH. Endodontic usage and extrusion evaluation of a zinc oxide and eugenol based endodontic sealer. Endod Pract 2011;14(1):7-12.
  • Athanassiadis B, et al. An in vitro study of the antimicrobial activity of some endodontic medicaments and their bases using an agar well diffusion assay. Australian Dent J 2009;54:141-146.
  • Pameijer CH. SEM evaluation of a 17% EDTA material on dentin. 2007.
  • Coelho Gomes I, et al. Diffusion of calcium through dentin. J Endo 1996;22(11):590-595.
  • Berk H. Save That Tooth; Boston 2005.
  • Krakow AA, Berk H, Gron P. Pulpal management in the child and adolescent. In Clark’s Clinical Dentistry 1994. JF Hardin, editor.J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia.
  • Rosen PS, Marks MH, Lepine EJ. Comprehensive treatment for a subcrestal fracture incisor in the mixed dentition. Comp Cont Educ Dent 1990;12(6):382-387.
  • Hasselgren G, Olssen B, Cvek M. Effects of calcium hydroxide on the dissolution of necrotic porcine muscle tissue. J Endo 1988;14(3):125-127.
  • Hasselgren G, Olssen B, Cvek M. Effects of calcium hydroxide on the dissolution of necrotic porcine muscle tissue. J Endo 1988;14(3):125-127.
  • Weine FS, Wenckus CS. Endodontic treatment of unusual root conditions, part 2. CDS Review 1987;July:28-34.
  • Safavi KE, et al. A comparison of antimicrobial effects of calcium hydroxide and iodine-potassium iodide. J Endo 1985;11(10):454-456.
  • Byström A, Claesson R, Sundqvist G. The antibacterial effect of camphorated paramonochlorophenol, camphorated phenol and calcium hydroxide in the treatment of infected root canals. Endod Dent Traumatol 1985;1:170-175.
  • Serota KS, Krakow AA. Retrograde instrumentation and obturation of the root canal space. J Endo 1983;9(10):448-451.
  • Accepted Dental Therapeutics. 39th Chicago, Council on Dental Therapeutics of the American Dental Association; 1982:303-304.
  • Mehlman ES. Management of a totally fused central and lateral incisor with internal resorption perforating the lateral aspect of the root. J Endo 1978;4(6):189-191.
  • Heithersay GS. Calcium hydroxide in the treatment of pulpless teeth with associated pathology. J Brit Endo 1975;8(2):74-93.
  • Berk H, Krakow AA. The Endodontic Pressure Syringe. CDS Review 1975;68(9):20-23.
  • Berk H, Krakow AA. Endodontic treatment in primary teeth. In: Goldman HM, Gilmore HW, Irby WB, Olsen NH, Current Therapy In Dentistry. St. Louis: CV Mosby, 1974; chapter 72:500-522
  • Grossman LI. Endodontic Practice, 7th Lea & Fibiger; Philadelphia 1970.
  • Krakow AA, Berk H. Efficient endodontic procedures with use of the pressure syringe. Dent Clin N A 1965;9:387-399.
  • McElroy DL, Wach EC. Endodontic treatment with zinc oxide – Canada balsam filling material. JADA 1958;56:801-806.
  • McElroy DL. Physical properties of root canal filling materials. JADA 1955;50:433. .

Etching

  • Panahandeh N, et al. In vitro comparison of the effects of two different acid etchants on the microleakage of composite restorations. Beheshti Univ Dent J 2014;31(4):199-205.
  • Shahabi S, et al. Morphological changes of human dentin after erbium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet (Er:Yag) and carbon dioxide (CO2) laser irradiation and acid-etch technique: a scanning electron microscopid *SEM) evaluation. J Lasers Med Sci 2013;4(1):48-52.
  • Focus on sealants. Dimensions of Dental Hygiene February 2013.
  • Pameijer CH. Shear bond strength of two DenTASTIC UNO formulas. 2011.
  • Bond strength of self-etch adhesives to enamel with additional etching. Alsati N, et al. J Dent Res 88 (Spec Iss A) 3160, 2009.
  • Başaran et al. Comparison of a recently developed nanofiller self-etching primer adhesive with other self-etching primers and conventional acid-etching. Eur J Ortho 2009;31(3):271-5.
  • Pameijer CH. SEM evaluation of Etch-Rite on enamel. 2007.
  • Reality 2004;18. Ratings: Porcelain Etch Gel ++++.
  • Reality 1990;5(1). Pulpdent Porcelain Etch Gel

General Dentistry

  • Reyto R. A procedure for isolation with Kool-Dam. Spectrum August-September 2005.
  • Berk H. Save That Tooth. Watertown, MA: Pulpdent Corporation, 2005.
  • Glazer H. Dam that’s kool….CERP January 2004
  • Reality 2004;18. Ratings: Pulpdent SNOOP ++++.
  • Reality 1996. Ratings: Pic-n-Stic ++++.

Pit & Fissure Sealant

  • Cannon ML, Comisi JC. Bioactive and therapeutic approach to dental pit and fissure sealants. Comp Cont Educ Dent 2013;34(8):642-645.
  • Prabhakar AR, Murthy SA, Sugandhan S. Comparison evaluation of the length of resin tags, viscosity and microleakage of pit and fissure sealants – an in vitro scanning electron microscope study. Contemporary Clinical Dentistry 2011;2(4):324-330.
  • Cannon M, et al. Pilot study to measure fluoride ion penetration of hydrophilic sealant. J Dent Res 89 (Spec Iss A) 1345, 2010.
  • Naorungroj S, Wei HH, Arnold RR, Swift Jr EJ, Walter R. Antibacterial surface properties of fluoride-containing resin-based sealants. J Dent 2010.
  • Hoffman I. A moisture tolerant, resin-based pit and fissure sealant. Dental Tribune 2009;4(37):17A.
  • Kane B, Karren J, Garcia-Godoy C, Garcia-Godoy F. Sealant adaptation and penetration into occlusal fissures. Am J Dent 2009;22(2):89-91.
  • Walter R, Swift EJ, et al. Antibacterial potential of dental sealants against cariogenic oral bacteria. UNC School of Dentistry 2009.
  • Strassler HE, O’Donnell JP. A unique moisture-tolerant, resin-based pit and fissure sealant: clinical technique and research results. Inside Dentistry 2008;4(9):108-110.
  • O’Donnell JP. A moisture-tolerant resin-based pit and fissure sealant: research results. Inside Dentistry 2008;4(7):50-52.
  • Kavaloglu Cildir S, Sandalli N. Compressive strength, surface roughness, fluoride release and recharge of four new fluoride-releasing fissure sealants. Dent Mat J 2007;26(3):335-341.
  • O’Donnell JP. A moist environment for sealants. RDH July 2006;58-60.
  • Hoffman ID. Advanced resin technology: Embrace WetBond. Spectrum 2005;4(1):68-76.
  • Clark L. New technique in sealants. Journal of Practical Hygiene, Nov-Dec 2005;14(9):29-31.
  • New technique in sealants. Journal of Practical Hygiene, Nov-Dec 2005;14(9):29-31.
  • The Dental Advisor October 2004;21(8). Embrace WetBond Pit and Fissure Sealant ++++1/2.
  • CRA Newsletter. Buying Guide – Outstanding Products 2003: Embrace WetBond Pit & Fissure Sealant.
  • January 2004;28(1):5. Degrange M. Penetration depth and marginal leakage of Embrace WetBond Pit and Fissure Sealant. 2001.
  • Nathanson D, et al. In vitro elution of leachable components from dental sealants. JADA 1999;128:1517-1523.
  • Reality 1996. Ratings: Seal-Rite/Seal-Rite Low Viscosity ++++.

Prevention

  • Comisi J. Oral disease: the battle for balance. Inside Dentistry 2013;9(4).
  • Cannon ML, Comisi JC. Bioactive and therapeutic approach to dental pit and fissure sealants. Comp Cont Educ Dent 2013;34(8):642-645.
  • Yapp R, Powers JM. Fluoride ion release from several fluoride varnishes. Dent Advis Res Rpt 45:1, March 2012.
  • Prabhakar AR, Murthy SA, Sugandhan S. Comparison evaluation of the length of resin tags, viscosity and microleakage of pit and fissure sealants – an in vitro scanning electron microscope study. Contemporary Clinical Dentistry 2011;2(4):324-330.
  • Cannon M, et al. Pilot study to measure fluoride ion penetration of hydrophilic sealant. J Dent Res 89 (Spec Iss A) 1345, 2010.
  • Naorungroj S, Wei HH, Arnold RR, Swift Jr EJ, Walter R. Antibacterial surface properties of fluoride-containing resin-based sealants. J Dent 2010.
  • Hoffman I. A moisture tolerant, resin-based pit and fissure sealant. Dental Tribune 2009;4(37):17A.
  • Kane B, Karren J, Garcia-Godoy C, Garcia-Godoy F. Sealant adaptation and penetration into occlusal fissures. Am J Dent 2009;22(2):89-91.
  • Walter R, Swift EJ, et al. Antibacterial potential of dental sealants against cariogenic oral bacteria. UNC School of Dentistry 2009.
  • Strassler HE, O’Donnell JP. A unique moisture-tolerant, resin-based pit and fissure sealant: clinical technique and research results. Inside Dentistry 2008;4(9):108-110.
  • O’Donnell JP. A moisture-tolerant resin-based pit and fissure sealant: research results. Inside Dentistry 2008;4(7):50-52.
  • Kavaloglu Cildir S, Sandalli N. Compressive strength, surface roughness, fluoride release and recharge of four new fluoride-releasing fissure sealants. Dent Mat J 2007;26(3):335-341.
  • O’Donnell JP. A moist environment for sealants. RDH July 2006;58-60.
  • Hoffman ID. Advanced resin technology: Embrace WetBond. Spectrum 2005;4(1):68-76.
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  • New technique in sealants. Journal of Practical Hygiene, Nov-Dec 2005;14(9):29-31.
  • The Dental Advisor October 2004;21(8). Embrace WetBond Pit and Fissure Sealant ++++1/2.
  • CRA Newsletter. Buying Guide – Outstanding Products 2003: Embrace WetBond Pit & Fissure Sealant.
  • January 2004;28(1):5. Degrange M. Penetration depth and marginal leakage of Embrace WetBond Pit and Fissure Sealant. 2001.
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  • Reality 1996. Ratings: Seal-Rite/Seal-Rite Low Viscosity ++++.

Provisional Materials

  • Lowe RA. Esthetic tooth repositioning: a viable treatment option for select cases. Chairside 2013;8(1).
  • Glazer HS. Lowe R, Strassler HE. Rubberized-urethane composite for provisional restorations Inside Dentistry June 2012:78-82.
  • A new impact-resistant, tight-fitting, rubberized-urethane chemistry is available for provisional restorations. Inside Dental Assisting, March/April 2011.
  • Freedman G. Enhanced implant provisionals are tough, resilient, impact resistant. Dental Chronicle, September 2011:10-19.
  • Fracture resistant tight fitting temporaries with Pulpdent’s rubberized-urethane chemistry. Australasian Dentist 2010;35:8-9.
  • Deflection at break of a rubberized-urethane provisional material. 2009. (Pulpdent)

Restoratives

  • Pameijer CH, Garcia-Godoy F, Morrow BR, Jeffereis SR. Flexural strength and flexural fatigue properties of resin-modified glass ionomers. J Clin Dent 2015;26(1):23-27.
  • Croll TP, Berg JH, Donly KJ. Dental repair material: A resin-modified glass-ionomer bioactive ionic resin-based composite. Comp Cont Educ Dent 2015;36(1):60-65.
  • Wear resistance of new ACTIVA compared to other restorative materials. Garcia- Godoy F, Morrow BR. J Dent Res 94 (Spec Iss A) 3522, 2015 (iadr.org).
  • Deflection at break of restorative materials. Chao W, et al. J Dent Res 94 (Spec Iss A) 2375, 2015 (iadr.org).
  • Wear of a calcium, phosphate and fluoride releasing restorative material. Bansal R, et al. J Dent Res 94 (Spec Iss A) 3797, 2015 (iadr.org).
  • Fluoride ion release and recharge over time in three restoratives. Slowokowski L, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A) 268, 2014 (iadr.org).
  • Zmener O, Pameijer CH, Hernandez S. Resistance against bacterial leakage of four luting agents used for cementation of complete cast crowns. Am J Dent 2014;27(1):51-55.
  • Microleakage of dental bulk fill, conventional and self-adhesive composites. Cannavo M, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A) 847, 2014 (iadr.org).
  • Comparison of Mechanical Properties of Dental Restorative Material. Girn V, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A) 1163, 2014 (iadr.org).
  • Flexural strength and fatigue of new Activa RMGIs. Garcia-Godoy F, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A) 254, 2014 (iadr.org).
  • Zmener O, Pameijer CHH, et al. Marginal bacterial leakage in class I cavities filled with a new resin-modified glass ionomer restorative material. 2013.
  • Lowe RA. Esthetic tooth repositioning: a viable treatment option for select cases. Chairside 2013’8(1).
  • Water absorption and solubility of restorative materials. (Pulpdent)
  • Water absorption properties of four resin-modified glass ionomer base/liner materials. (Pulpdent)
  • pH dependence on the phosphate release of Activa ionic materials. (Pulpdent)
  • Glazer HS. Lowe R, Strassler HE. Rubberized-urethane composite for provisional restorations Inside Dentistry June 2012:78-82.
  • McCabe JF, et al. Smart Materials in Dentistry. Aust Dent J 2011;56 Suppl 1:3-10.
  • Rusin RP, et al. Ion release from a new protective coating. J Dent Res 88 (Spec Iss A) 3200, 2009 (www.iadr.org).
  • Pameijer CH. Microleakage of four experimental resin modified glass ionomer restorative materials. April 2011.
  • A new impact-resistant, tight-fitting, rubberized-urethane chemistry is available for provisional restorations. Inside Dental Assisting, March/April 2011.
  • Freedman G. Enhanced implant provisionals are tough, resilient, impact resistant. Dental Chronicle, September 2011:10-19.
  • Fracture resistant tight fitting temporaries with Pulpdent’s rubberized-urethane chemistry. Australasian Dentist 2010;35:8-9.
  • Glazer HS. Speedy success with Spee-Dee Build-Up. Inside Dentistry May 2009;86.Reality 2004;18. Ratings: Pulpdent SNOOP ++++.
  • Deflection at break of a rubberized-urethane provisional material. 2009. (Pulpdent)
  • Berk H. Save That Tooth. Watertown, MA: Pulpdent Corporation, 2005.
  • CRA Newsletter March 2000;24(3). Lime-Lite
  • Reality 1995;9. Ratings: Core Materials. Hardcore ++++.

 


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