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Master Thesis

Polymérisation des résines composites en technique directe : état actuel des connaissances

Abstract : Today, composite resins are the filling materials of choice in dental offices. Due to the increase in aesthetic demand as well as tissue preservation, these biomaterials have developed strongly over the years. This progress has been accompanied by the development of photopolymerization lamps in order to fight against the deleterious phenomena linked to polymerization. Currently, third-generation LED lamps are the most widely used in the practice. The success of the polymerization process is operator-dependent and must follow strict protocols and recommendations to avoid any possible adverse effects. Despite all these developments and recommendations, the phenomenon of setting contraction remains a major challenge, which is inherent in the restorative material and for which the polymerization technique is not the only factor in resolving the issue.
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Mélanie Daemers. Polymérisation des résines composites en technique directe : état actuel des connaissances. Chirurgie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03359634⟩



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