A review of data collected for polymer-based restorative materials in the period 2005-2011. -

Forty-two randomly picked materials with some of the shades available were examined for depth of cure, flexural strength, water sorption and water solubility, and shade and color stability.

Leakage of Bisphenol A from Dental Materials -

We are daily exposed to a variety of chemicals. One example is the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA). Animal studies indicate that BPA has effects on liver, kidney and breast tissue. Possible endocrine disruption effects contribute to uncertainty around BPA.

NIOM representation at EDM 2015 -

The 23rd European Dental Materials Conference was held in Nürnberg, Germany, on August 27 and 28, 2015.

The effect of short curing time on chemical and mechanical properties of the composites -

The latest LED dental curing devices claim sufficient curing of restorative materials with short curing times. This study evaluates mechanical and chemical properties as a function of curing time of two commercial composite filling materials cured with three different LED lamps.

Leaching of monomers from bulk-fill composites -

This study investigated the leaching of monomers from bulk-fill composites, as well as some physical properties of the materials