Adela Roubickova's research while affiliated with Charles University in Prague and other places

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This study is aimed at proving the clinical benefit of the MELISA® test in the minimization or complete elimination of health problems in patients with confirmed hypersensitivity to metals used for tissue replacements. A group of 305 patients aged 20-75 years with previously proven metal hypersensitivity (initial MELISA® test), mainly to titanium a...
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The aim of this study was to compare the effect of several commercially available disinfectants on the accuracy of various types of impression materials and their compatibility with gypsum including surface quality and structure evaluation. Four alginate and three elastomeric impression materials in combination with disinfectants Aseptoprint Liquid...
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SUMMARY The aim of this study was to determine the effect of peroxide bleaching on the marginal seal of composite restorations bonded with several adhesive systems. Combined cylindrical Class V cavities located half in enamel and half in dentin were prepared on the buccal and lingual surfaces of human molars. The cavities were bonded with the self-...
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SUMMARY This study investigated the effect of peroxide bleaching gel on the durability of the adhesive bond between composite material, enamel, and dentin created with the etch-and-rinse adhesive Gluma Comfort Bond (GLU) and with the self-etch adhesives Clearfil SE Bond (CLE), Adper Prompt (ADP), and iBond (IBO). The adhesives were applied to flatt...
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To estimate the in vitro reliability of typical self-etching and etch-and-rinse adhesives of various application protocols. The following adhesives were applied on flat dentin surfaces of extracted human teeth (n = 223): self-etching two-step adhesives: AdheSE (AH), Clearfil SE Bond (CL), OptiBond SE (OS); one-step adhesives: Adper Prompt L-Pop (AD...

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... Several papers state the main steps leading to the technique of SEM of vascular corrosion casts (Lametschwandtner et al. 1990;Giuvărăşteanu 2007;Vrbova et al. 2020;Lametschwandtner and Minnich 2020;Gorczyca et al. 2017). In our lab, we also decellularized rat lungs and preserved the inner microarchitecture, then seeded cells onto the stable bioscaffold. ...
... The increase in oxygen levels is probably related to the action of peroxide on the mineralized enamel structure, a reaction that is well mentioned in the literature [2,18,23,26]. The increase of the oxygen levels can compromise the adhesive properties of the interface between the dental substrate and the restoration, due to the higher difficulty of polymerization caused by the contact of the oxygen with Carbon present in the monomer molecule, thus compromising the quality of enamel hybridization cleared [27,28]. Besides, a decrease in Mg levels was observed as a function of the bleaching agent application time. ...
... Peroksit içerikli beyazlatma ajanlarının mevcut adeziv restorasyonların dayanımını olumsuz yönde etkilediği, ayrıca bu etkilenme derecesinin farklı adezivlerde farklı şekillerde olabildiği de bildirilmiştir. 39 ...
... Even when a group of apparently similar specimens is tested under the same conditions, the maximum stress brittle materials can withstand varies unexpectedly from specimen to specimen [64]. Brittle materials' strength is already defined by the flaws or pre-existing imperfections present in the sample, therefore its measured strength is based on the likelihood of a critical defect occurring in their structure [30,65]. The most common way of representing bond strength testing data, which are made up of a series of measurements taken on a number of samples that appear to be identical [63,66], is to provide the number of tests completed, the mean strength, and the standard deviation [36,67,68]. ...