[Seite 88↓]


  1. Abate, P. F.,Bertacchini, S. M.,Polack, M. A.,Macchi, R. L.: Adhesion of a compomer to dental structures. Quintessence Int, 28(2347): 509-512, 1997.
  2. Abdalla, A. I., Davidson, C. L.: Comparison of the marginal integrity of in vivo and in vitro class II restorations. J Dent, 21: 158-162, 1993.
  3. Aboush, Y. E. Y., Jenkins, C. B. G.: An evaluation of the bonding of glass-ionomer restoratives to dentine and enamel. Br Dent J, 161(2203): 179-184, 1986.
  4. Asmussen, E.: Composite restorative resins. Composition versus wall-to-wall polymerisation contraction. Acta Odontol Scand, 33(97): 337-344, 1975.
  5. Asmussen, E.: NMR-analysis of monomers in restorative resins. Acta Odontol Scand, 33: 129-134, 1975.
  6. Atkinson, A. S.: The significance of blade geometry in the cutting efficiency of tungsten carbide dental burs at ultrahigh speeds. Br Dent J, 155(6): 187-193, 1983.
  7. Attin, T.,Vataschki, M.,Hellwig, E.: Properties of resin-modified glass-ionomer restorative materials and two polyacid-modified resin composite materials. Quintessence Int, 27: 203-209, 1996.
  8. Ayad, M. F.,Rosenstiel, S. F.,Hassan, M. M.: Surface roughness of dentin after tooth preparation with different rotary instruments. J Prosthet Dent, 75: 122-127, 1996.
  9. Barakat, M. M.,Powers, J. M.,Yamaguchi, R.: Parameters that affect in vitro bonding of glass-ionomer liners to dentin. J Dent Res, 67(276): 1161-1163, 1988.
  10. Barkmeier, W. W., Cooley, R. L.: Laboratory evaluation of adhesive systems. Oper Dent, 17(873): 50-61, 1992.
  11. Berastegui, E.,Canalda, C.,Brau, E.,Miquel, C.: Surface roughness of finished composite resins. J Prosthet Dent, 68(5): 742-749, 1992.
  12. Bitter, N. C.: The effect of 25% tannic acid on prepared dentin: a scanning electron microscope-methylene blue dye study. J Prosthet Dent, 64(510): 12-6, 1990.
  13. Blunck, U.: Rasterelektronenmikrokopische Beurteilung von Kompositfüllungen im Dentin in vitro. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 43: 939-943, 1988.[Seite 89↓]
  14. Blunck, U.: Vergleich zweier Kavitätenformen für die Prüfung der Wirksamkeit von Dentinhaftmitteln. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 44: 513-516, 1989.
  15. Blunck, U., Roulet, J. F.: Effect of cavity preparation on the effectiveness of three dentin adhesives. J Dent Res, 75(2101): 41, 1996.
  16. Blunck, U., Roulet, J. F.: In vitro marginal quality of dentin-bonded composite resins in class V cavities. Quintessence Int, 20(442): 407-412, 1989.
  17. Blunck, U., Roulet, J. F.: Marginal adaptation of compomer class V restorations in vitro. J Adhesive Dent, 1(2): 143-151, 1999.
  18. Bouvier, D.,Duprez, J.-P.,Lissac, M.: Comparative evaluation of polishing systems on the surface of three aesthetic materials. J Oral Rehabil, 24: 888-894, 1997.
  19. Bowen, R. L.: Adhesive bonding of various materials to hard tooth tissues: VI. Forces developing in direct-filling materials during hardening. J Am Dent Assoc, 74(438): 439-445, 1967.
  20. Bowen, R. L.: Synthesis of a silica-resin filling material: progress report. J Dent Res, 37: 90, 1958.
  21. Brackett, W. W.,Gilpatrick, R. O.,Gunnin, B. S.: Effect of finishing method on the microleakage of class v resin composite restorations. Am J Dent, 10: 189-191, 1997.
  22. Buchalla, W.,Attin, T.,Hellwig, E.: Einfluß der Schmelzätztechnik auf die Haftung von Kompomer-Füllungsmaterialien. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 52(2557): 463-466, 1997.
  23. Buchalla, W.,Attin, T.,Hellwig, E.: Influence of dentin conditioning on bond strength of light-cured ionomer restorative materials and polyacid-modified composite resins. J Clin Dent, 7(2339): 81-84, 1996.
  24. Bühl, A., Zöfel, P.: SPSS Version 9, Einführung in die moderne Datenanalyse für Windows, Addison Wesley Verlag, München, 2000.
  25. Burgess, J. O.,Norling, B.,Summitt, J.,Hunt, P. R.: Resin ionomer restorative materials - the new generation. In Glass Ionomers: the next generation. Proceedings of the 2nd international Symposium on Glass Ionomers, Philadelphia., pp. 75-86. Edited by P.R., H., Philadelphia, International Dental Symposia, PC, 1994.
  26. Chan, K. C.,Fuller, J. L.,Hormati, A. A.: The ability of foods to stain two composite resins. J Prosthet Dent, 43: 542-545, 1980.[Seite 90↓]
  27. Cho, E.,Kopel, H.,White, S. N.: Moisture susceptibility of resin-modified glass-ionomer materials. Quintessence Int, 26: 351-358, 1995.
  28. Chung, K.: Effects of finishing and polishing procedures an the surface texture of resin composites. Dent Mater, 10: 325-330, 1994.
  29. Chung, K. H.: The relationship between composition and properties of posterior resin composites. J Dent Res, 69: 852-856, 1990.
  30. Comte, A. L.: Effect of the action of rotary diamond instruments on the enamel and dentine. Scanning electron microscopic study. J Biol Buccale, 11(1): 63-73, 1983.
  31. Crawford, P. J. M.,Whittaker, D. K.,Owen, G. M.: The influence of enamel prism orientation on leakage of resin-bonded restorations. J Oral Rehabil, 14: 283-289, 1987.
  32. Crim, G. A.: Effect of substrate age on microleakage of dentine adhesive agents. J Oral Rehabil, 16(463): 555-557, 1989.
  33. Crim, G. A., Mattingly, S. L.: Evaluation of two methods for assessing marginal leakage. J Prosthet Dent, 45(74): 160-163, 1981.
  34. Crim, G. A.,Swartz, M. L.,Phillips, R. W.: Comparison of four thermocycling techniques. J Prosthet Dent, 53(12): 50-53, 1985.
  35. Davidson, C. L.: Principles of adhesion. In Adhesion in Restorative Dentistry., pp. 1-4. Edited, International Symposium Bologna, 1995.
  36. Davidson, C. L., De Gee, A. J.: Relaxation of polymerization contraction stesses by flow in dental composites. J Dent Res, 63(105): 146-148, 1984.
  37. De Gee, A. J.,Feilzer, A. J.,Davidson, C. L.: True linear polymerization shrinkage of unfilled resins and composites determined with a linometer. Dent Mater, 9(1163): 11-14, 1993.
  38. De Tomasi, A.: The history and evolution of diamond burs in dentistry. Odontostomatol Implanto Protesi, 2(2): 72-74, 1976.
  39. Demand, T., Johansson, B.: Experimental secondary caries around restorations in roots. Caries Res, 18: 548, 1984.
  40. Eick, J. D.,Cobb, C. M.,Chappell, R. P.,Spencer, P.,Robinson, S. J.: The dentinal surface: its influence on dentinal adhesion. Part I. Quintessence Int, 22(705): 967-977, 1991.[Seite 91↓]
  41. Eick, J. D.,Robinson, S. J.,Byerley, T. J.,Chappelow, C. C.: Adhesives and nonshrinking dental resins of the future. Quintessence Int, 24(1319): 632-640, 1993.
  42. Erickson, R. L.,Glasspoole, E. A.,Hunt, P. R.: Bonding to tooth structure: a comparison of glass ionomer and composite resin systems. In Glass Ionomers: the next generation. Proceedings of the 2nd international Symposium on Glass Ionomers, Philadelphia., pp. 101-122. Edited by Hunt, P. R., Philadelphia, International Dental Symposia, PC, 1994.
  43. Fassl, H.: Einführung in die Medizinische Statistik, Johann Ambrosius Barth Verlag, Heidelberg, Leipzig, 1999.
  44. Feilzer, A. J.,De Gee, A. J.,Davidson, C. L.: Increased wall-to-wall curing contraction in thin bonded resin layers. J Dent Res, 68(496): 48-50, 1989.
  45. Feilzer, A. J.,De Gee, A. J.,Davidson, C. L.: Relaxation of polymerisation contraction shear stress by hygroscopic expansion. J Dent Res, 69(484): 36-39, 1990.
  46. Feilzer, A. J.,De Gee, A. J.,Davidson, C. L.: Setting stress in composite resin in relation to configuration of the restoratives. J Dent Res, 66(495): 1636-1639, 1987.
  47. Feilzer, A. J.,Kakaboura, A. I.,De Gee, A. J.,Davidson, C. L.: The influence of water sorption on the development of setting shrinkage stress in traditional and resin-modified glass ionomer cements. Dent Mater, 11(1796): 186-190, 1995.
  48. Ferracane, J. L.,Condon, J. R.,Mitchem, J. C.: Evaluation of subsurface defects created during the finishing of composites. J Dent Res, 71(9): 1628-1632, 1992.
  49. Forss, H.,Seppä, L.,Alakuijala, P.: Plaque accumulation on glass ionomer filling materials. Proc Finn Dent Soc, 87(2000): 343-350, 1991.
  50. Forsten, L.: Resin-modified glass ionomer cements: fluoride release and uptake. Acta Odontol Scand, 53(1764): 222-225, 1995.
  51. Forsten, L., Hunt, P. R.: Fluoride release of glass ionomers. In Glass Ionomers: the next generation. Proceedings of the 2nd international Symposium on Glass Ionomers, Philadelphia., pp. 241-248. Edited by Hunt, P. R., Philadelphia, International Dental Symposia, PC, 1994.
  52. Gängler, P.,Beer, R.,Krehan, E.: Bio-evolution of glass-ionomers in different usage tests. J Dent Res, 67: 302-305, 1988.[Seite 92↓]
  53. Gasser, O.: Glasionomerzemente: Gegenwart und Zukunft aus werkstoffkundlicher Sicht. Schweiz Mschr Zahnmed, 97(3): 328-335, 1987.
  54. Germain, H. A. S., Meiers, J. C.: Surface roughness of light-activated glass-ionomer cement restorative materials after finishing. Oper Dent, 21(2063): 103-109, 1996.
  55. Geurtsen, W.: Kunststoffüllungen. In Kariologie und Füllungstherapie, pp. 177-220. Edited by Heidemann, D., München, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1999.
  56. Gladys, S.,Van Meerbeek, B.,Braem, M.,Lambrechts, P.,Vanherle, G.: Comparative physico-mechanical characterization of new hybrid restorative materilas with conventional glass-ionomer and resincomposite restorative materials. J Dent Res, 76(2496): 883-894, 1997.
  57. Glyn Jones, J. C.,Grieve, A. R.,Harrington, E.: A machine for thermal cycling in the investigation of marginalleakage. Br Dent J, 146(191): 207-211, 1979.
  58. Going, R. E.: Mikroleakage around dental restorations: a summarizing review. J Am Dent Assoc, 84(103): 1349-1357, 1972.
  59. Goldman, M.: Polymerization shrinkage of resin-based restorative materials. Aust Dent J, 28(934): 156-161, 1983.
  60. Goodis, H. E.,Marshall, G. W.,White, J. M.,Gee, L.,Hornberger, B.,Marshall, S. J.: Storage effects on dentin permeability and shear bond strengths. Dent Mater, 9(1220): 79-84, 1993.
  61. Grajower, R., Guelmann, M.: Dimensional changes during setting of a glass ionomer filling material. Quintessence Int, 20(726): 505-511, 1989.
  62. Greener, E. H., Lindenmeyer, R. S.: Bur geometry and its relationship to cutting. J Dent Res, 47: 87-97, 1968.
  63. Gwinnett, A. J., Garcia-Godoy, F.: Effect of etching time and acid concentration on resin shear bond strength to primary tooth enamel. Am J Dent, 5(1200): 237-239, 1992.
  64. Haller, B.: Aktueller Stand der Komposit-Dentinhaftung. Zahnärztl Mitt, 82(998): 86-97, 1992.
  65. Haller, B.: Mechanismus und Wirksamkeit von Dentinhaftvermittlern. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 49(2393): 750-759, 1994.
  66. Hannig, M.,Albers, H. K.,Bößmann, K.: Die Pulpaverträglichkeit von Glasionomerzement - Eine humanhistopathologische Studie. Zahnärztl Welt, 101(773): 272-275, 1992.[Seite 93↓]
  67. Hansen, E. K.: Visible light-cured composite resins: polymerisation contraction, contraction pattern and hydroscopic expansion. Scand J Dent Res, 90(90): 329-335, 1982.
  68. Hansen, E. K., Asmussen, E.: Marginal adaptation of posterior resins: effect of dentin-bonding agent and hygroscopic expansion. Dent Mater, 5(343): 122-126, 1989.
  69. Hashinger, D. T., Fairhurst, C. W.: Thermal expansion and filler content of composite resins. J Prosthet Dent, 52: 506-510, 1984.
  70. Hayakawa, T.,Endo, H.,Nagatsuka, A.,Horie, K.: Studies on adhesion to tooth substrate. VI.The adhesion of composite resin to dentin mediated by the dentinprimer containing MTYA. Dent Mater J, 8(567): 155-163, 1989.
  71. Hayakawa, T.,Nemoto, K.,Horie, K.: Adhesion of composite to polished dentin retaining its smear layer. Dent Mater, 11(1793): 218-222, 1995.
  72. Heidemann, D.: Kavitätenpräparation. In Kariologie und Füllungstherapie, pp. 81-151. Edited by Heidemann, D., München, Urban & Schwarzenberger, 1999.
  73. Hickel, R.: Einsatzgebiete und -Verfahren von Glasionomerzement als Füllungsmaterial. Zahnärztl Mitt, 79: 914-919, 1989.
  74. Hickel, R.: Glass ionomers, cermets, hybrid-ionomers and compomers - (long-term) clinical evaluation. Trans Acad Dent Mater, 7(2140): 105-129, 1996.
  75. Hickel, R.: Moderne Füllungswerkstoffe. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 52(2631): 572-585, 1997.
  76. Hirsawa, T.,Hirano, S.,Hirabayashi, S.,Harashima, I.,Aizawa, M.: Initial dimensional change of composites in dry and wet conditions. J Dent Res, 62(108): 28-31, 1983.
  77. Hoelscher, D. C.,Neme, A. M. L.,Pink, F. E.,Hughes, P. J.: The effect of three finishing systems on four esthetic restorative materials. Oper Dent, 23: 36-42, 1998.
  78. Holtan, J. R.,Nystrom, G. P.,Olin, P. S.,Rudney, J.,Douglas, W. H.: Bond strength of a light-cured and two auto-cured glass ionomer liners. J Dent, 18(588): 271-275, 1990.
  79. Hondrum, S. O., Fernandez, R.: Contouring, finishing, and polishing class 5 restorative materials. Oper Dent, 22(2331): 30-36, 1997.[Seite 94↓]
  80. Hume, W. R., Hunt, P. R.: Pulpal responses to glass ionomers. In Glass Ionomers: the next generation. Proceedings of the 2nd international Symposium on Glass Ionomers, Philadelphia., pp. 143-150. Edited by Hunt, P. R., Philadelphia, International Dental Symposia, PC, 1994.
  81. Hume, W. R., Mount, G. J.: In vitro studies on the potential for pulpal cytotoxicity of glass-ionomer cements. J Dent Res, 67: 915-918, 1988.
  82. Intensiv: Basic information. In Intensiv Report. Edited, Viganello, 1999.
  83. Janada, R.: Der Stand der Entwicklung auf dem Gebiet der Zahnfüllungskunststoffe (I). Quintessenz, 39: 1067-1073, 1988.
  84. Janada, R.: Der Stand der Entwicklung auf dem Gebiet der Zahnfüllungskunststoffe (II). Quintessenz, 39: 1243-1253, 1988.
  85. Janada, R.: Der Stand der Entwicklung auf dem Gebiet der Zahnfüllungskunststoffe (III). Quintessenz, 39: 1393-1398, 1988.
  86. Jung, M.: Surface roughness and cutting efficiency of composite finishing instruments. Oper Dent, 22: 98-104, 1997.
  87. Kemp-Scholte, C. M., Davidson, C. L.: Complete marginal seal of class V resin composite restorations effected by increased flexibility. J Dent Res, 69(514): 1240-1243, 1990.
  88. Kemp-Scholte, C. M., Davidson, C. L.: Marginal integrity related to bond strength and strain capacity of composite resin restorative systems. J Prosthet Dent, 64(893): 658-664, 1990.
  89. Kimmel, K.,Büchs, H.,Eibhofner, E.: Zahnärztliche Präparationstechnik., Hüthig, Heidelberg, 1986.
  90. Koike, T.,Hasegawa, T.,Manabe, A.,Itoh, A.,Wakumoto, S.: Effect of water sorption and thermal stress on cavity adaptationof dental composites. Dent Mater, 6: 178-180, 1990.
  91. Komet: Hartmetall-Bohrer und -Finierer. Komet Technische Informtionen, TI - 4.7, 1993.
  92. Komet: Technische Informationen: Diamant-Schleifinstrumente mit galvanischer Bindung. Komet Technische Informationen, TI - 5.4, 1991.
  93. Kostka, C. E.: Zusammenhang von Farbstoffpenetration und rasterelektronenmikroskopischer Randanalyse adhäsiv befestigter Inlays. Zahnmed Diss, FU Berlin,:, 1996.[Seite 95↓]
  94. Krejci, I., Lutz, F.: Kompositfüllungen - das 1X1 des Ausarbeitens. Schweiz Mschr Zahnmed, 94: 1015-1017, 1984.
  95. Krejci, I.,Lutz, F.,Häusler, T.: New adhesives in class V restorations under simulated dentinal fluid. J Dent Res, 72(1098): 263-267, 1993.
  96. Krejci, I.,Lutz, F.,Oddera, M.: Aktueller Stand der Kompomere. Der Freie Zahnarzt, 39(1784): 52-57, 1995.
  97. Krejci, I.,Petrac, M.,Lutz, F.: Wear and marginal adaptation of resin-reinforced glass-ionomer Class II restorations. Acta Med Dent Helv, 1(2067): 117-122, 1996.
  98. Kullmann, W.: Glass-Ionomer-Zemente - Entwicklung, Eigenschaften und Verarbeitung. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 41(8): 751-754, 1986.
  99. Kullmann, W., Pötters, G.: Vergleichende Untersuchungen zum thermischen Expansionskoeffizienten an 50 verschiedenen Kunststofffüllungsmaterialien. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 39: 96-100, 1984.
  100. Lambert, R. L., Lambert, R. F.: Variations in the design of #330 dental burs. Oper Dent, 14(2): 73-76, 1989.
  101. Larato, D. C.: Influence of a composite restauration on the gingiva. J Prosthet Dent, 28: 402-404, 1972.
  102. Leinfelder, K. F.,Wilder, A. D.,Teixeira, L. C.: Wear rates of posterior composite resins. J Am Dent Assoc, 112: 829-833, 1986.
  103. Lim, C. C.,Neo, J.,Yap, A.: The influence of finishing time on the marginal seal of a resin-modified glass-ionomer and polyacid-modified resin composite. J Oral Rehabil, 26(1): 48-52, 1999.
  104. Lin, A.,Mc Intyre, N. S.,Davidson, R. D.: Studies on the adhesion of glass-ionomer cements to dentin. J Dent Res, 71(1063): 1836-1841, 1992.
  105. Lutz, F.,Cochran, M. A.,Mörmann, W.: Adhäsive Restauration - Flop oder Hit? Schweiz Mschr Zahnmed, 94(164): 1124-1131, 1984.
  106. Lutz, F.,Phillips, R. W.,Roulet, J. F.,Imfeld, T.: Komposits - Klasifikation und Wertung. Schweiz Mschr Zahnheilk, 93(2421): 914-929, 1983.
  107. Matis, B. A.,Carlson, T.,Cochran, M.,Phillips, R. W.: How finishing affects glass ionomers. Results of a five-year evaluation. J Am Dent Assoc, 122(1186): 43-46, 1991.[Seite 96↓]
  108. Mc Lean, J. W.: Clinical applications of glass-ionomer cements. Oper Dent, 17(887): 184-190, 1992.
  109. Mitchem, J., Gronas, D.: Effect of post extraction time on adhesion of resin dentin adhesives. J Dent Res, 64(385): 276-280, 1985.
  110. Mitchem, J. C., Granum, E. D.: Fracture of enamel walls by composite resin restorations following acid etching. Oper Dent, 1: 130-136, 1976.
  111. Mitra, S., Hunt, P. R.: Curing reactions of glass ionomer materials. In Glass Ionomers: the next generation. Proceedings of the 2nd international Symposium on Glass Ionomers, Philadelphia., pp. 13-22. Edited by Hunt, P. R., Philadelphia, International Dental Symposia, PC, 1994.
  112. Mitra, S. B., Conway, W. T.: Coefficient of thermal expansion of some methacrylate-modified glass ionomers. J Dent Res, 73(219-223), 1994.
  113. Mixson, J. M.,Richards, N. D.,Mitchell, R. J.: Effects of dentin age and bonding on microgap formation. Am J Dent, 6(1179): 72-76, 1993.
  114. Mjör, I. A., Jokstad, A.: Five-year study of Class II restorations in permanent teeth using amalgam, glass polyalkenoate (ionomer) cermet and resin-based composite materials. J Dent, 21(1255): 338-343, 1993.
  115. Momoi, Y., Mc Cabe, J. F.: Fluoride release from light-activated glass ionomer restorative cements. Dent Mater, 9(1252): 151-154, 1993.
  116. Momoi, Y.,Yamamoto, S.,Chen, C.,Kohno, A.,McCabe, J. F.: Gradual increase in marginal leakage of resin composite restorations with thermal stress. J Dent Res, 69: 1659-1663, 1990.
  117. Nakabayashi, N.,Nakamura, M.,Yasuda, N.: Hybrid layer as a dentin-bonding mechanism. J Esthet Dent, 3(746): 133-138, 1991.
  118. Ohmoto, K.,Taira, M.,Shintani, H.,Yamaki, M.: Studies on dental high-speed cutting with carbide burs used on bovine dentin. J Prosthet Dent, 71(3): 319-323, 1994.
  119. Pashley, D. H., Carvalho, R. M.: Dentine permeability and dentine adhesion. J Dent, 25(2560): 355-372, 1997.
  120. Pashley, D. H.,Horner, J. A.,Brewer, P. D.: Interactions of conditioners on the dentin surface. Oper Dent, 17(883): 137-150, 1992.
  121. Payton, F. A.: Temperature rise in teeth developed by rotating instruments. J Am Dent Assoc, 50: 629-632, 1955.[Seite 97↓]
  122. Perthen: Betriebsanleitung Perthometer S8P., Feinprüf GmbH, Göttingen, 1984.
  123. Pratten, D. H., Johnson, G. H.: An evaluation of finishing instruments for an anterior and a posterior composite. J Prosthet Dent, 60: 154-158, 1988.
  124. Qvist, V.: Marginal adaptation of composite restorations performed in vivo with different acid-etch restorative procedures. Scand J Dent Res, 93(149): 68-75, 1985.
  125. Radlanski, R. J.,Jäger, A.,Seidl, W.,Steding, G.: Durchmesser und Anordnung der Prismen im Zahnschmelz - Eine morphologische Untersuchung. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 43: 1182-1192, 1988.
  126. Ratanapridakul, K.,Leinfelder, K. F.,Thomas, J.: Effect of finishing on the in vivo wear rate of a posterior composite resin. J Am Dent Assoc, 118: 333-335, 1989.
  127. Rigas, D.,Skinner, E.,Lindenmeyer, R.,Lasater, R.: Design factors of dental burs as related to cutting effectiveness. J Dent Res, 37: 91-94, 1957.
  128. Roulet, J. F.: Benefits and disadvantages of tooth-coloured alternatives to amalgam. J Dent, 25(2657): 459-473, 1997.
  129. Roulet, J. F.: Marginal integrity: clinical significance. J Dent, 22 Suppl 1: 9-12, 1994.
  130. Roulet, J.-F.: Degradation of dental polymers., Karger, Basel, 1987.
  131. Roulet, J. F., Blunck, U.:Marginal adaptation of compomer Class V restorations in vitro. J Adhes Dent, 1(2): 143-151, 1999.
  132. Roulet, J.-F.,Mettler, P.,Friedrich, U.: Surface roughness and marginal behaviour of experimental and commercial composites: an in vitro study. J Oral Rehabil, 11: 499-509, 1984.
  133. Roulet, J. F.,Reich, T.,Blunck, U.,Noack, M. J.: Quantitative margin analysis in the scanning electron microscope. Scanning Microsc, 3(441): 147-159, 1989.
  134. Roulet, J. F., Reng, R.: Das Problem des Randschlusses bei Kunststoffüllungen. Schweiz Mschr Zahnheilk, 85(198): 1039-1053, 1975.
  135. Ruyter, I. E.: Composites - characterization of composite filling materials: reactor response. Adv Dent Res, 2(486): 122-129, 1988.
  136. Ruyter, I. E.: Die chemischen Grundlagen dentaler Adhäsivsysteme. Phillip J, 12(1716): 481-488, 1995.[Seite 98↓]
  137. Schroeder, H. E.: Orale Strukturbiologie., Thieme, Stuttgart, 1992.
  138. Setcos, J. C.,Tarim, B.,Suzuki, S.: Surface finish produced on resin composites by new polishing systems. Quintessence Int, 30(3): 169-173, 1999.
  139. Shintami, H.,Satou, J.,Satou, N.,Hayashihara, H.,Inoue, T.: Effects of various finishing methods on staining and accumulation of Streptococcus mutans HS-6 on composite resins. Dent Mater, 1: 225-227, 1985.
  140. Siegel, S. C.: Dental burs - what bur for which application? A survery of dental schools. J Prosthet Dent, 8(4): 258-263, 1999.
  141. Siegel, S. C., Fraunhofer, J. A.: Assessing the cutting efficiency of dental diamond burs. J Am Dent Assoc, 127(6): 763-772, 1996.
  142. Siegel, S. C., von Fraunhofer, J. A.: Dental cutting: The historical development of diamond burs. J Am Dent Assoc, 129(6): 740-745, 1998.
  143. Siegel, S. C., von Fraunhofer, J. A.: Dental cutting with diamond burs: heavy-handed or light-touch? J Prosthodont, 8(1): 3-9, 1999.
  144. Small, I. C. B.,Watson, T. F.,Chadwick, A. V.,Sidhu, S. K.: Watersorption in resin-modified glass-ionomer cements: an in vitro comparison with other materials. Biomaterials, 19: 545-550, 1998.
  145. Söderholm, K. J. M.: Die hydrolytische Degeneration von Composites. Teil I: Physikalische Grundlagen. Phillip J, 5(171): 323-328, 1988.
  146. St. Germain, H. A., Meiers, J. C.: Surface roughness of light-activated glass-ionomer cement restorative materials after finishing. Oper Dent, 21(3): 103-109, 1996.
  147. Steegmeyer, G.: Schleifleistung und Abnutzung zahnärztlicher Diamantschleifkörper. Phillip J, 8(1): 34-39, 1991.
  148. Stettmaier, K.,Kinder, J.,Vahl, J.,K.-J., R.: Untersuchung des thermischen Verhaltens von Schmelz, Dentin und ausgewählten Dentalwerkstoffen. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 33: 474-476, 1978.
  149. Svanberg, M.,Mjör, I. A.,Orstavik, D.: Mutans streptococci in plaque from margins of amalgam, composite, and glass-ionomer restaurations. J Dent, 69(503): 861-864, 1990.
  150. Swartz, M. L.,Phillips, R. W.,Clark, H. E.: Long-term F release from glass ionomer cements. J Dent Res, 158-160: 158, 1984.
  151. Swift, E. J.: Effects of glass ionomers on recurrent caries. Oper Dent, 14(312): 40-43, 1989.[Seite 99↓]
  152. Swift, E. J.,Perdigao, J.,Heymann, H. O.: Bonding to enamel and dentin: a brief history and state of the art, 1995. Quintessence Int, 26(1533): 95-110, 1995.
  153. Tay, W. M., Braden, M.: Thermal diffusivity of glassionomer cements. J Dent Res, 66: 1040-1045, 1987.
  154. Taylor, M. J., Lynch, E.: Microleakage. J Dent, 20(712): 3-10, 1992.
  155. Torstenson, B., Brännström, M.: Contraction gap under composite resin restorations: effect of hygroscopic expansion and thermal stress. Oper Dent, 13(336): 24-31, 1988.
  156. Vinski, I.: Two hundred and fifty years of rotary instruments in dentistry. Br Dent J, 146(7): 217-223, 1979.
  157. Viohl, J.: Die Vibrationsschwelle am menschlichen Zahn. In Normal-, hoch- und höchsttouriges Bohren und Schleifen von Zahnhartsubstanzen., pp. 124-133. Edited by Eichner, K., München, Hanser, 1966.
  158. Voß, A., Hickel,R.: Nachuntersuchung von zervikalen Glasionomerzement- und Kompositfüllungen. Dtsch Zahnärztl Z, 43: 944, 1988.
  159. Walsh, J. P.: Critical review of cutting instruments in cavity preparation: I. diamond stone. Int Dent J, 4(1): 36-43, 1953.
  160. Ward, M. T.,Tate, W. H.,Powers, J. M.: Surface Roughness of Opalescent Porcelains after polishing. Oper Dent, 20: 106-110, 1995.
  161. Watson, T.,Sidhu, S.,Griffiths, B.,Hunt, P. R.: Ionomers vs. composites at the tooth interface. In Glass ionomers: the next generation. Proceedings of the 2nd international Symposium on Glass Ionomers, Philadelphia., pp. 123-130. Edited by Hunt, P. R., Philadelphia, International Dental Symposia, PC, 1994.
  162. Watson, T. F., Cook, R. J.: The influence of bur blade concentricity on high-speed tooth-cutting interactions: a video-rate confocal microscopic study. J Dent Res, 74(11): 1749-1755, 1995.
  163. Weitman, K. C., Eames, W. B.: Plaque accumulation on composite surfaces after various finishing procedures. J Am Dent Assoc, 91: 101-106, 1975.
  164. Westland, I. A.: The energy requirement of the dental cutting process. J Oral Rehabil, 7(1): 51-63, 1980.
  165. Wilder, A. D.,Swift, E. J.,May, K. N.,Thompson, J. Y.,McDougal, R. A.: Effect of finishing technique on the microleakage and surface texture of resin-modified glass ionomer restorative materials. J Dent, 28(5): 367-373, 2000.[Seite 100↓]
  166. Willems, G.,Lambrechts, P.,Braem, M.,Vanherle, G.: Classification of composites. In State of the art on direct posterior filling materials and dentin bonding., pp. 77-105. Edited by Vanherle, G.; Degrange, M.; and Willems, G., Leuvren, Van der Poorten, 1993.
  167. Willems, G.,Lambrechts, P.,Braem, M.,Vanherle, G.: Composite resins in the 21st century. Quintessence Int, 24(1218): 641-658, 1993.
  168. Williams, V. D.,Svare, C. W.,Aquilino, S. A.: Duration of tooth storage vs. potential for dentinal adhesive bonding. J Dent Res, 63(232): 276-281, 1985.
  169. Wilson, A. D., Kent, B. E.: A new translucent cement for dentistry: the glass-ionomer cement. Br Dent J, 132: 133-135, 1972.
  170. Wilson, A. D., Prosser, H. J.: A survey of inorganic and polyelectrolyte cements. Br Dent J, 157: 449-454, 1984.
  171. Wilson, F.,Heath, J. R.,Watts, D. C.: Finishing composite restorative materials. J Oral Rehabil, 17(1): 79-87, 1990.
  172. Wilwerding, T., Aiello, A.: Comparative efficiency testing 330 carbide dental burs utilizing Macor substrate. Pediatr Dent, 12(3): 170-171, 1990.
  173. Woolford, M. J.: Finishing glass polyalkenoate (glass-ionomer) cements. Br Dent J, 165(11): 395-399, 1988.
  174. Xu, H. H. K.,Kelly, J. R.,Jahanmir, S.,Thompson, V. P.,Rekow, E. D.: Enamel subsurface damage due to tooth preparation with diamonds. J Dent Res, 76(10): 1698-1706, 1997.
  175. Yap, A. U.,Tan, S.,Teh, T. Y.: The effect of polishing systems on microleakage of tooth coloured restoratives: Part 1. Conventional and resin-modified glass-ionomer cements. J Oral Rehabil, 27(2): 117-123, 2000.
  176. Yio, K. H.: The comparison of the fluoride uptake and release of a compomer and light-cured glass ionomer cements. J Dent Res, 74: 434-438, 1995.
  177. Yu, X. Y.,Wieczkowski, G.,Davis, E. L.: Influence of finishing technique on mikroleakage. J Esthet Dent, 2: 142-144, 1990.

© Die inhaltliche Zusammenstellung und Aufmachung dieser Publikation sowie die elektronische Verarbeitung sind urheberrechtlich geschützt. Jede Verwertung, die nicht ausdrücklich vom Urheberrechtsgesetz zugelassen ist, bedarf der vorherigen Zustimmung. Das gilt insbesondere für die Vervielfältigung, die Bearbeitung und Einspeicherung und Verarbeitung in elektronische Systeme.
DiML DTD Version 3.0Zertifizierter Dokumentenserver
der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
HTML-Version erstellt am: