Are encapsulated anterior glass-ionomer restoratives better than their hand-mixed equivalents?
AffiliationMaterials Science Unit, Division of Oral Biosciences, Dublin Dental School & Hospital, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2, Ireland. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dental Restoration Wear
Dental Restoration, Permanent
Glass Ionomer Cements
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CitationAre encapsulated anterior glass-ionomer restoratives better than their hand-mixed equivalents? 2009, 37 (2):133-40 J Dent
JournalJournal of dentistry
AbstractEncapsulated anterior GI restoratives outperform their hand-mixed equivalents for the range of powder to liquid mixing ratios routinely encountered clinically such that they are advocated for use in clinical practice. Anhydrous GI restorative formulations are more susceptible to clinically induced variability on mixing compared with conventional GI restorative formulations that contained a polyalkenoic acidic liquid.
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