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Scanning Electron Microscopy for Testing the Quality of Direct and Indirect Dental Restorations

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The purpose of this study is to present the importance of scanning electron microscopy in the investigation of different aspects regarding the quality of direct and indirect dental restorations. Our investigation interest was focused on metals alloys based on Ni–Cr and polymer resins used as cavity restoration materials. Alteration of restorative materials is taking place inside the materials during manufacturing or during polymerization process, causing in the oral biotope corrosion process for dental alloys and debonding for resin-composite restorations.


Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: 2010-04-01

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  • Journal of Advanced Microscopy Research (JAMR) provides a forum for rapid dissemination of important developments in high-resolution microscopy techniques to image, characterize and analyze man-made and natural samples; to study physicochemical phenomena such as abrasion, adhesion, corrosion and friction; to perform micro and nanofabrication, lithography, patterning, micro and nanomanipulation; theory and modeling, as well as their applications in all areas of science, engineering, and medicine.
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