How different curing methods affect mechanical properties of composites for inlays when tested in dry and wet conditions. -

This investigation was to evaluate the differences in the mechanical properties of 3 composite materials in relationship to the intraoral and extraoral curing techniques of direct and indirect (inlay) restorations, and how the mechanical properties are affected by water sorption

Polymers for healing caps on titanium implants -

Healing caps are used during the healing period after abutment connection on titanium implants of the Branemark type. These healing caps consist of a screw embedded in polyamide-6 (PA-6) which is considerably weakened during this healing period. The properties of PA-6 and poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) (PMP) were studied

Composites for use in posterior teeth: mechanical properties tested under dry and wet conditions -

The purpose of this investigation was to determine some mechanical properties of eight different posterior composites, and how they are affected by water sorption.

Some properties of a denture acrylic coating -

The water sorption, solubility, hardness, and color stability of thin specimens of auto-polymerized and heat-polymerized denture base polymers with and without a UV light-polymerized coating material were investigated