Published in Hospital Business Week, November 19th, 2006
This trend article about Nihon University, Japan, is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify developing directions of research.
Study 1: Covering the cement surface with a low oxygen transmission rate (O2-GTR) film significantly increases Knoop hardness and resistance to toothbrush abrasion for the dual activated, composite-type resin cements.
Scientists in Japan conducted a study "to investigate the influence of utilizing films with different (O2-GTR) on Knoop hardness and toothbrush abrasion of resin cements for luting. Four dual-activated, composite-type resin cements, and a...
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