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  1. Fluoride ion release and recharge over time in three restoratives. Slowokowski L, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A_ 268, 2014 (
  2. 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.
  3. Zmener O, Pameijer CHH, et al. Marginal bacterial leakage in class I cavities filled with a new resin-modified glass ionomer restorative material. 2013.
  4. Flexural strength and fatigue of new Activa RMGIs. Garcia-Godoy F, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A)_ 254, 2014 (
  5. Deflection at break of restorative materials. University testing. Submitted for publication.
  6. McCabe JF, et al. Smart Materials in Dentistry. Aust Dent J 201156 Suppl 1:3-10.
  7. Cannon M, et al. Pilot study to measure fluoride ion penetration of hydrophilic sealant. AADR Annual Meeting 2010.
  8. Water absorption properties of four resin-modified glass ionomer base/liner materials. (Pulpdent)
  9. pH dependence on the phosphate release of Activa ionic materials. (Pulpdent)
  10. Kane B, et al. Sealant adaptation and penetration into occlusal fissures. Am J Dent 2009;22(2):89-91.
  11. Rusin RP, et al. Ion release from a new protective coating. AADR Annual Meeting 2011.
  12. Sharma S, Kugel G, et al. Comparison of antimicrobial properties of sealants and amalgam. IADR Annual Meeting 2008. (
  13. Naorungroj S, et al.Antibacterial surface properties of fluoride-containing resin-based sealants. J Dent 2010.
  14. Prabhakar AR, et al. Comparative evaluation of the length of resin tags, viscosity and microleakage of pit and fissure sealants – an in vitro scanning electron microscope study. Contemp Clin Dent 2011;2(4):324-30.
  15. Pameijer CH. Microleakage of four experimental resin modified glass ionomer restorative materials. April 2011.
  16. Microleakage of dental bulk fill, conventional and self-adhesive composites. Cannavo M, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A) 847, 2014 (
  17. Comparison of Mechanical Properties of Dental Restorative Material. Girn V, et al. J Dent Res 93 (Spec Iss A) 1163, 2014 (
  18. Mechanical properties of four photo-polymerizable resin-modified base/liner materials. (Pulpdent)
  19. Singla R, et al. Comparative evaluation of traditional and self-priming hydrophilic resin. J Conserv Dent 2012;15(3):233-6.
  20. Water absorption and solubility of restorative materials. (Pulpdent)
  22. Spencer P, et al. Adhesive/dentin interface: the weak link in the composite restoration. Am Biomed Eng 2010;38(6):1989-2003.
  23. Murray PE,et al. Analysis of pulpal reactions to restorative procedures, materials, pulp capping, and future therapies. Crit Rev Oral Biol Med 2002;13:509.
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  26. Skartveit L, et al. In vivo fluoride uptake in enamel and dentin from fluoride-containing materials. J Dent Child 1990; 57(2):97-100.
  27. Wear of calcium, phosphate and fluoride releasing restorative material. University testing. Submitted for publication: IADR 2015. (
  28. Surface roughness and wear resistance of ACTIVA compared to glass ionomers, RMGIs and flowable composites. University testing. Submitted for publication: IADR 2015. (