Affiliation: University of Liverpool
- Clinical performance of CEREC ceramic inlays: a systematic reviewN Martin
Department of Clinical Dental Sciences, University of Liverpool, UK
Dent Mater 15:54-61. 1999..The focus of the review is to establish the survival rate of these restorations and to identify the factors that may cause them to fail...
- Interface dimensions of CEREC-2 MOD inlaysN Martin
Department of Clinical Dental Sciences, University of Liverpool, L69 3BX, Liverpool, UK
Dent Mater 16:68-74. 2000..To quantify the width of the cement interface between ceramic inlays generated by the CEREC-2 CAD-CAM system and the tooth, and to determine the effect of cement viscosity on the interface width...
- Hygroscopic expansion and solubility of composite restorativesNicolas Martin
Department of Clinical Dental Sciences and Department of Clinical Engineering, The University of Liverpool, L69 3BX, Liverpool, UK
Dent Mater 19:77-86. 2003..To quantify the changes of dimension (vol%), weight (microgram/mm(3)) and the solubility (microgram/mm(3)) of dental composite restorative materials after a period of 64 days immersed in de-ionized water or artificial saliva...
- Orofacial reaction to methacrylates in dental materials: a clinical reportNicolas Martin
Liverpool University Dental Hospital and Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Pembroke Place, Liverpool L3 5PS, England, UK
J Prosthet Dent 90:225-7. 2003..This clinical report presents an unusual response of acute gingivostomatitis caused by contact sensitivity to the methacrylate compounds present in a dental restorative material...