Raquel Osorio mainly focuses on Composite material, Dentin, Adhesive, Bond strength and Dental bonding. Her Dentin research is included under the broader classification of Dentistry. Her work in the fields of Adhesive, such as Etch and rinse, intersects with other areas such as Single bond.
The Bond strength study combines topics in areas such as Surface roughness and Glass ionomer cement. Her studies in Dental bonding integrate themes in fields like Ultimate tensile strength, Er:YAG laser, Laser and Cubic zirconia, Ceramic. Raquel Osorio combines subjects such as Scanning electron microscope and Nuclear chemistry with her study of Demineralization.
Her primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Dentin, Adhesive, Bond strength and Dentistry. Her Composite material study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Sodium hypochlorite. Her research integrates issues of Dental bonding, Nuclear chemistry, Molar, Phosphoric acid and Demineralization in her study of Dentin.
Her Adhesive research incorporates elements of Wetting, Penetration, Enamel paint and Raman spectroscopy. Her Bond strength research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Adhesion, Simulated body fluid, Distilled water and Etching. Her work in Composite number addresses subjects such as Ceramic, which are connected to disciplines such as Surface roughness.
Her main research concerns Dentin, Composite material, Zinc, Crystallinity and Membrane. The concepts of her Dentin study are interwoven with issues in Apatite, Nanoindenter, Remineralisation and Nuclear chemistry. Her study in Composite material concentrates on Adhesive, Glass ionomer cement, Modulus, Cement and Viscoelasticity.
Her work on Dental bonding and Bond strength is typically connected to Rhodamine as part of general Adhesive study, connecting several disciplines of science. The various areas that Raquel Osorio examines in her Zinc study include Real-time polymerase chain reaction, Gene expression, Dentistry and Metabolism. Her research in Crystallinity intersects with topics in Transmission electron microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Scanning electron microscope and Crystallite.
Raquel Osorio mainly investigates Dentin, Zinc, Biomedical engineering, Crystallinity and Composite material. Raquel Osorio studies Dentinal Tubule, a branch of Dentin. Her Zinc study also includes
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Apatite, Remineralisation and Scanning electron microscope. She is interested in Adhesive, which is a branch of Composite material. She works in the field of Adhesive, namely Dental bonding.
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Reversal of Compromised Bonding to Oxidized Etched Dentin
S.C.N. Lai;Y.F. Mak;G.S.P. Cheung;R. Osorio.
Journal of Dental Research (2001)
Bonding to Er-YAG-laser-treated Dentin
Laura Ceballos;Manuel Toledano;Raquel Osorio;Franklin Chi Meng Tay.
Journal of Dental Research (2002)
Limited Decalcification/Diffusion of Self-adhesive Cements into Dentin
F Monticelli;R Osorio;C Mazzitelli;Marco Ferrari.
Journal of Dental Research (2008)
Influence of self-etching primer on the resin adhesion to enamel and dentin.
Toledano M;Osorio R;de Leonardi G;Rosales-Leal Ji.
American Journal of Dentistry (2001)
Reversal of Compromised Bonding in Bleached Enamel
S.C.N. Lai;F.R. Tay;G.S.P. Cheung;Y.F. Mak.
Journal of Dental Research (2002)
Influence of surface treatments and resin cement selection on bonding to densely-sintered zirconium-oxide ceramic
Raquel Castillo de Oyagüe;Francesca Monticelli;Francesca Monticelli;Manuel Toledano;Estrella Osorio.
Dental Materials (2009)
Microleakage of composite restorations after acid or Er-YAG laser cavity treatments.
L Ceballos;R Osorio;M Toledano;G.W Marshall.
Dental Materials (2001)
Effect of simulated pulpal pressure on dentin permeability and adhesion of self-etch adhesives.
Salvatore Sauro;Salvatore Sauro;David H. Pashley;Marco Montanari;Stefano Chersoni.
Dental Materials (2007)
Self-etching adhesives increase collagenolytic activity in radicular dentin.
Franklin Chi Meng Tay;David H. Pashley;Robert J. Loushine;R. Norman Weller.
Journal of Endodontics (2006)
Microtensile bond strength of total-etch and self-etching adhesives to caries-affected dentine.
Laura Ceballos;Defrén G. Camejo;M. Victoria Fuentes;Raquel Osorio.
Journal of Dentistry (2003)
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