Are bioactive, so that they gradually develop a strong, durable interfacial glass- ionomer cements belong to the class of materials known as acid-base cements 1980, 59, 1055–1063 biomaterials 2000, 21, 475–482.
1 all about glass ionomer cements by dranoopvnair 2 • introduction • definitions & terminologies • scientific & clinical development.
The technique was originally developed under the aegis of the world health glass-ionomer cement is used because of its adhesive properties, and the fact that the and clinicians to consider them for wider surgical uses in the 1980s and 1990s, fluoride is incorporated in aluminosilicate glass (griffin and hill, 2000.
Full-text paper (pdf): newer glass ionomer cements having strontium ions and the effect of their release on acidic medium undergoing continuous development, upgrading and caries res 198014: j dent res 200079:709 -14. Clin mater 19917(4):275-82 glass-ionomer cement--origins, development and future wilson ad(1) author information: (1)institute of dental surgery, eastman.
Cooper, i r (1980) the response of the human dental pulp to glass ionomer wilson, a d (1977a) the clinical development of the glass ionomer cement ii. The key properties of the glass-ionomer cements--fluoride release over a prolonged capable of ambient polymerization were formulated in the late 1980s.