Ricardo M. Carvalho mainly investigates Dentin, Composite material, Adhesive, Bond strength and Dental bonding. Dentin is a primary field of his research addressed under Dentistry. In his work, Acetone is strongly intertwined with Nuclear chemistry, which is a subfield of Dentistry.
His Adhesive study incorporates themes from Durability, Hildebrand solubility parameter, Collagen fibril and Monomer. His Bond strength research integrates issues from Ultimate tensile strength, Biophysics and Reducing agent. Ricardo M. Carvalho interconnects Sodium hypochlorite, Composite number, Methacrylate and Dental restoration in the investigation of issues within Dental bonding.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Dentin, Adhesive, Bond strength and Molar. Dentin is the subject of his research, which falls under Dentistry. His research in Adhesive intersects with topics in Oxalate, Durability, Young's modulus and Smear layer.
Ricardo M. Carvalho integrates Bond strength and Single bond in his studies. Ricardo M. Carvalho combines subjects such as Human dentin, Crown, Indentation hardness and Scanning electron microscope with his study of Molar. His Dental bonding study combines topics in areas such as Dental restoration and Chlorhexidine.
Ricardo M. Carvalho spends much of his time researching Composite material, Dentin, Adhesive, Bond strength and Molar. His studies in Ultimate tensile strength, Curing, Dental cement, Cement and Sintering are all subfields of Composite material research. His Smear layer study in the realm of Dentin interacts with subjects such as Interface.
Particularly relevant to Dental bonding is his body of work in Adhesive. His work in the fields of Self etch adhesive overlaps with other areas such as Single application. Ricardo M. Carvalho studied Molar and Distilled water that intersect with Air blowing and Durability.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Adhesive, Bond strength, Dentin and Molar. His work on Dental cement, Monolithic zirconia, Self adhesive and Glass ionomer cement as part of general Composite material study is frequently linked to Clinical performance, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Adhesive research includes themes of Ultimate tensile strength and Bioactive glass.
His work deals with themes such as Dentin Bonding Agents and Orthodontics, which intersect with Ultimate tensile strength. His research integrates issues of Distilled water and Nuclear chemistry in his study of Molar. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Scanning electron microscope, Smear layer and Surface preparation.
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Relationship between surface area for adhesion and tensile bond strength — Evaluation of a micro-tensile bond test
Hidehiko Sano;Tsunekazu Shono;Hidekazu Sonoda;Toshio Takatsu.
Dental Materials (1994)
State of the art etch-and-rinse adhesives
David Henry Pashley;Franklin Chi Meng Tay;Lorenzo Breschi;Leo Tjäderhane.
Dental Materials (2011)
Collagen Degradation by Host-derived Enzymes during Aging
D.H. Pashley;F.R. Tay;C. Yiu;M. Hashimoto.
Journal of Dental Research (2004)
Dentine permeability and dentine adhesion
D.H. Pashley;R.M. Carvalho.
Journal of Dentistry (1997)
Single-step adhesives are permeable membranes.
Franklin R Tay;David H Pashley;Byoung I Suh;Ricardo M Carvalho.
Journal of Dentistry (2002)
Adhesion testing of dentin bonding agents: A review
David H. Pashley;Hidehiko Sano;Bernard Ciucchi;Masahiro Yoshiyama.
Dental Materials (1995)
The microtensile bond test: a review.
David H. Pashley;Ricardo M. Carvalho;Hidehiko Sano;Masatoshi Nakajima.
Journal of Adhesive Dentistry (1999)
A review of polymerization contraction: the influence of stress development versus stress relief.
Ricardo Marins de Carvalho;José Carlos Pereira;José Carlos Pereira;Masahiro Yoshiyama;Masahiro Yoshiyama;David H. Pashley.
Operative Dentistry (1996)
Effects of resin hydrophilicity on water sorption and changes in modulus of elasticity.
Shuichi Ito;Masanori Hashimoto;Bakul Wadgaonkar;Nadia Svizero.
Water sorption/solubility of dental adhesive resins
Juliana Malacarne;Ricardo M. Carvalho;Mario F. de Goes;Nadia Svizero.
Dental Materials (2006)
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