New Photoactive Molecule Aimed At Faster Dental Treatment
Posted on May 1, 2014
Photoactive materials are used in modern dentistry, which harden when they are exposed to light. Usually, only thin layers of up to 2 mm can be hardened, due to the limited penetration depth of light. A new dental filling material allows for thicker layers and faster dental procedures. The Vienna University of Technology in collaboration with Ivoclar Vivadent have now developed a new generation of photoactive materials based on the element Germanium, according to phys.org.
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