Toxicity

Index

Hazardous Substances

1.      [Black or white–is amalgam ‘out’? Part 1. Amalgam or composite: which of these 2 materials is the most deleterious?].

2.      Cytotoxicity and Biocompatibility of Direct and Indirect Pulp Capping Materials.

3.      Molecular Toxicology of Substances Released from Resin– Based Dental Restorative Materials

4.      Biocompatibility of dental composites. Do they involve a biohazard risk?.

5.      Carboxylesterase expression in human dental pulp cells: role in regulation of BisGMA-induced prostanoid production and cytotoxicity.

6.      2-hydroxylethyl methacrylate (HEMA), a tooth restoration component, exerts its genotoxic effects in human gingival fibroblasts trough methacrylic acid, an immediate product of its degradation.

7.        Resin-composite cytotoxicity varies with shade and irradiance.

8.        Cytotoxic effects of acrylic acid, methacrylic acid, their corresponding saturated carboxylic acids, HEMA, and hydroquinone on fibroblasts derived from human pulp.

9.         Genotoxic damage in the oral mucosa cells of subjects carrying restorative dental fillings.

10.        Dental composite restorations and psychosocial function in children.

11.        Differential effects of bisphenol A and diethylstilbestrol on human, rat and mouse fetal leydig cell function.

12.        Urine bisphenol-a level in relation to obesity and overweight in school-age children.

13.        Enamel defects reflect perinatal exposure to bisphenol a.

14.        Bisphenol A and other compounds in human saliva and urine associated with the placement of composite restorations.

15.        Association of urinary bisphenol A concentration with allergic asthma: results from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2005-2006.

16.        Composite Restorations May Lead to Increased Concentrations of Salivary and Urinary BPA.

17.        High Bioavailability of Bisphenol A from Sublingual Exposure.

18.        Urine bisphenol-a level in relation to obesity and overweight in school-age children.

19.        Exposure to bisphenol A results in a decline in mouse spermatogenesis.

20.        A review of dietary and non-dietary exposure to bisphenol-A.

21.        What Every Dentist Should Know About Bisphenol A

22.        Release and toxicity of dental resin composite

23.        Long-term release of monomers from modern dental-composite materials.

24.       Monomer elution in relation to degree of conversion for different types of composite.

25.       Adolescent bisphenol-A exposure decreases dendritic spine density: role of sex and age.

26.       Bisphenol-A impairs memory and reduces dendritic spine density in adult male rats.

27.       The effects of postnatal exposure to low-dose bisphenol-A on activity-dependent plasticity in the mouse sensory cortex.

28.       Release of bisphenol A and its derivatives from orthodontic adhesive systems available on the European market as a potential health risk factor.

29.       Bisphenol A and related compounds in dental materials.

30.       Diffusion of HEMA from resin cements through different dentin thicknesses in vitro.

31.       HPLC analysis of potentially harmful substances released from dental filing materials available on the EU market.

32.       Bisphenol A exposure and behavioral problems among inner city children at 7-9 years of age.

33.       Elution of monomer from different bulk fill dental composite resins.

34.       Elution study of unreacted TEGDMA from bulk-fill composite (SDR™ Dentsply) using HPLC.

35.       Effects of Camphorquinone on Cytotoxicity, Cell Cycle Regulation and Prostaglandin E2 Production of Dental Pulp Cells: Role of ROS, ATM/Chk2, MEK/ERK and Hemeoxygenase-1.

36.       Bisphenol A Release Survey of the Composition of Dental Composite Resins

37.       In Vitro Cytotoxicity Evaluation of Novel Nano-Hydroxyapatite-Silica Incorporated Glass Ionomer Cement.