COMPOSITES

COMPOSITESPOLYMERIZATION SHRINKAGELIGHT CURINGCOMPOSITIONDEPTH OF CUREORGANIC MATRIXINORGANIC COMPONENTPOLYMERCOUPLING AGENTFILLERSDILUTING AGENTS1.TEGDMA2.MMA3.EDMA1.BIS GMA2.UDMAMACROFILLED RESIN FILLERSMICROFILLED RESIN FILLERSHYBRIDNANOINITIATOR SYSTEM CAMPHORQUINONETYPICAL AMINEVISIBLE LIGHT CURINGUV LIGHT CURINGFACTORS AFFECTINGDISTANCE FROM THE TOOTHMETHOD USEDWAVELENGTH OF THE LIGHT SOURCETYPE OF COMPOSITEANGLE AND PATH OF LIGHTCURING TIMEREASONVANDERWALLS VOLUMEFACTORS AFFECTINGFREE VOLUMEEFFECT1.MICROLEAKAGE2..FAILURE OF RESTORATION3.POST OPERATIVE PAIN/SENSITIVITY4.PULLING IN of cusps1.TYPE OF RESIN USED2.FILLER PARTICLES3.DEGREE OF CURE4.SIZE OF THE CAVITY5.MODE OF CUREchemical curedphoto cured6.C FACTORWAYS OF CONTROLLING PS 1.USE OF INCREMENTS2.CHEMICALLY CURED COMPOSITES at the baes of boxes3.modes of curingstep curingramp cure4.stabilizers5.increasing filler contentPROPERTIES1.BIOCOMPATIBILITY2.WATER SORPYION3.RADIOOPACITY4.COLOUR STABILTY5.MECHANICAL PROP. EFFECT OF POROSITYEFFECT OF COUPLING AGENTRIGIDITYHARDNESSFRACTURE TOUGHNESSWEARCREEP
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