1956 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Enamel paint, Dentistry, Strain gauge and Composite number. His study in Composite material concentrates on Shrinkage and Dental restoration. As a member of one scientific family, William H. Douglas mostly works in the field of Enamel paint, focusing on Dentin and, on occasion, Adhesive, Fractography and Ultimate tensile strength.
He has included themes like Mechanical engineering and Orthodontics in his Dentistry study. The Orthodontics study combines topics in areas such as Relative stiffness, Stiffness and Amalgam. His Composite number research includes elements of Curing and Polymerization.
William H. Douglas mainly investigates Composite material, Dentistry, Enamel paint, Composite number and Dentin. His Dentistry research incorporates themes from Dental implant and Orthodontics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Amalgam and Stiffness.
In the field of Enamel paint, his study on Abrasion overlaps with subjects such as Volume loss. His Composite number research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Curing and Strain gauge. William H. Douglas combines subjects such as Fractography, Adhesive, Crown and Dental occlusion with his study of Dentin.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Dentistry, Chemical engineering, Nanocomposite and Shrinkage. His study on Composite number, Dental restoration and Indentation hardness is often connected to Light intensity as part of broader study in Composite material. Many of his studies on Dental restoration involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Enamel paint.
William H. Douglas is interested in Dentin, which is a field of Dentistry. William H. Douglas interconnects Glutaraldehyde and Crystallization in the investigation of issues within Nanocomposite. He has researched Shrinkage in several fields, including Residual stress and Stress.
Composite material, Chemical engineering, Electron diffraction, Dental restoration and Dental Marginal Adaptation are his primary areas of study. His biological study deals with issues like Crystallite, which deal with fields such as Concentration ratio and Crystal growth. His Dental restoration research includes themes of Molar, Enamel paint, Shrinkage and Deformation.
His Dental Marginal Adaptation study combines topics in areas such as Residual stress, Stress, Elasticity, Fracture mechanics and Deformation. The Nanocomposite study combines topics in areas such as Glutaraldehyde, Transmission electron microscopy and Conformational change. His Coprecipitation research integrates issues from Crystallography, Crystal and Apatite.
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Reduction in tooth stiffness as a result of endodontic and restorative procedures.
Ernest S. Reeh;Harold H. Messer;William H. Douglas.
Journal of Endodontics (1989)
Preparation of hydroxyapatite-gelatin nanocomposite.
Myung Chul Chang;Ching Chang Ko;William H. Douglas.
Does an Incremental Filling Technique Reduce Polymerization Shrinkage Stresses
A. Versluis;W.H. Douglas;M. Cross;R.L. Sakaguchi.
Journal of Dental Research (1996)
Development of an Artificial Oral Environment for the Testing of Dental Restoratives: Bi-axial Force and Movement Control
R. DeLong;W.H. Douglas.
Journal of Dental Research (1983)
Why do Shear Bond Tests Pull Out Dentin
A. Versluis;D. Tantbirojn;William H Douglas.
Journal of Dental Research (1997)
Do Dental Composites Always Shrink Toward the Light
A. Versluis;D. Tantbirojn;W.H. Douglas.
Journal of Dental Research (1998)
The wear of a posterior composite in an artificial mouth: a clinical correlation
R. L. Sakaguchi;William H Douglas;Ralph DeLong;M R Pintado.
Dental Materials (1986)
Residual shrinkage stress distributions in molars after composite restoration.
Antheunis Versluis;Daranee Tantbirojn;Maria R. Pintado;Ralph DeLong.
Dental Materials (2004)
Variation in tooth wear in young adults over a two-year period.
Maria R. Pintado;Gary C. Anderson;Ralph DeLong;William H. Douglas.
Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (1997)
Stiffness of Endodontically-treated Teeth Related to Restoration Technique
E.S. Reeh;W.H. Douglas;H.H. Messer.
Journal of Dental Research (1989)
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