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|Title:||Wear in composites: An in vitro study on dental composite fillers|
|Keywords:||Science & Technology - Other Topics|
|Abstract:||Two-body and three-body wear of four light-cured dental composites have been studied in vitro and their results compared. Two-body wear is found to be higher for Profile TLC and P-30 containing filler particles of conventional size (<50 mu m), whereas microfilled Heliomolar tends to show a high rate of wear during three-body abrasion. Chitra composite containing hybrid filler particles is found to possess wear characteristics comparable to imported controls.|
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