1.      Fluoridated carbonatoapatite in the intermediate layer between glass ionomer and dentin.

2.      Hypermineralization of dentinal lesions adjacent to glass-ionomer cement restorations.

3.      Experimental studies on a new bioactive material: HAIonomer cements.

4.      The Effect of Adding Hydroxyapatite on the Flexural Strength of Glass Ionomer Cement

5.      Chemical exchange between glass-ionomer restorations and residual carious dentine in permanent molars: an in vivo study.

6.      Effects of incorporation of hydroxyapatite and fluoroapatite nanobioceramics into conventional glass ionomer cements (GIC).

7.      Effects of environmental calcium and phosphate on wear and strength of glass ionomers exposed to acidic conditions.

8.      Failure of a glass ionomer to remineralize apatite-depleted dentin.

9.       Crystal growth by restorative filling materials.

10.     In vitro study of the effects of fluoride-releasing dental materials on remineralization in an enamel erosion model.

11.      Ion migration from fluoride-releasing dental restorative materials into dental hard tissues.

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14.     Chemical composition of human enamel and dentin. Preliminary results to determination of the effective atomic number

15.     Effects of porous-hydroxyapatite incorporated into glass-ionomer sealants.

16.     Modifications in Glass Ionomer Cements: Nano-Sized Fillers and Bioactive Nanoceramics.