Objective: To determine the mechanical-support-equivalency of three materials when used as bases below a composite restoration. Base materials must develop adequate stiffness to support the restoratio...
G. Galvagna, P. Brunamonti Binello, M. Galli, M. Labanca
New Low shrinkage Dimer Acid IADR/AADR/CADRE 85th General Session – New Orleans - March 21-24, 2007 (Oral presentation – Program #1290)
Clinical evaluation of the performance and safety of a new dentine substitute, biodentine, in the restoration of posterior teeth — a prospective study
Objectives:A multicentric randomized, 3-year prospective study was conducted to determine for how long Biodentine, a new biocompatible dentine substitute, can remain as a posterior restoration...
ß-tricalcium phosphate used with onlay graft for horizontal bone augmentation yielded preferable result: a case report
Yaqian Chen, Qingqing Wu, Yi Man
Conversion vs. shrinkage of N’Durance IADR General Session – Toronto - July 2-5, 2008 (Oral presentation – Abstract #1812)
Abstract Aim: To assess the ability of a recently developed tricalcium silicate-based cement (Biodentine™) to induce reparative dentine synthesis and to investigate its capacity to modulate pulp ce...
ß-tricalcium phosphate for ridge augmentation with simultaneous implant placement in the esthetic zone – clinical case and surgical considerations
AADR Annual Meeting - Dallas, Texas - April 2-5, 2008 (Oral presentation- Program #081)
Quantitative evaluation by glucose diffusion of microleakage in aged calcium silicate-based open-sandwich restorations
Biodentine Research This study compared the in vitro marginal integrity of open-sandwich restorations based on aged calcium silicate cement versus resin-modified glass ionomer cement...
D. Bouziane, K. L. Makrelouf, M. Bouziane
Uptake of calcium and silicon released from calcium silicate based endodontic materials into root canal dentine
Mario Ernesto García-Briseño