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By Stephen J. Bonsor, Gavin Pearson

ISBN-10: 0702046965

ISBN-13: 9780702046964

A new textbook at the sensible use of dental fabrics appropriate for undergraduate dental scholars and certified dental practitioners taking post-graduate tests in dental fabrics, restorative dentistry, operative recommendations, complex conservative dentistry, endodontics, detachable prosthodontics and implantology.
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One of the commonly mistaken concepts is that GICs do not shrink (Kim and Hirano 1999; Bryant and Mahler 2007). Both conventional GIC and RM-GIC shrink during setting. The shrinkage from the acid–base reaction portion of the set is slower, but not necessarily less than the shrinkage of the resin portion. In RM-GICs, shrinkage occurs more rapidly during the lightcuring phase (Cheetham et al. 2014). In this case, the shrinkage from the acid–base component is minimal. When it comes to the stress of the bond to the tooth, it is likely that GICs can resist some of these forces better when a resin composite restoration is placed.

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