Dr. Scott R Dyer DMD,MS
Prosthodontist | Prosthodontics7965 Sw Mohawk St Tualatin OR, 97062
Dr. Scott Dyer is a prosthodontist practicing in Tualatin, OR. Dr. Dyer specializes in the restoration and replacement of teeth. Prosthodontists maintain oral function, comfort and the appearance and health either with the natural teeth or the replacement of missing ones with maxillofacial tissues and artificial substances.
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- Consensus statement on fiber-reinforced polymers: current status, future directions, and how they can be used to enhance dental care.
- Effect of fiber position and orientation on fracture load of fiber-reinforced composite.
- Damage mechanics and load failure of fiber-reinforced composite fixed partial dentures.
- Effect of cross-sectional design on the modulus of elasticity and toughness of fiber-reinforced composite materials.
- The bond strength of particulate-filler composite to differently oriented fiber-reinforced composite substrate.
- Effect of rigid rod polymer filler on mechanical properties of poly-methyl methacrylate denture base material.
- Bonding of composite resin to dentin using rigid rod polymer modified primers.
- Effect of water storage on the microtensile bond strength of composite resin to dentin using experimental rigid rod polymer modified primers.
- Dynamic and static strength of an implant-supported overdenture model reinforced with metal and nonmetal strengtheners.
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