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Minh Dang Son Nguyen: Bag supporting system. March 30, 1999: US05887748 (45 worldwide citation)

In its broadest context, the present invention is a system which enables a minor receptacle to be positioned within a major receptacle. The system employs a pair of bag supports formed from a length of wire. Each of the bag supports has a pair of identical ends. Each end includes an anchor portion a ...


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Christos Angeletakis, Minh Dang Son Nguyen: Dental composition containing discrete nanoparticles. Kerr Corporation, Wood Herron & Evans, July 15, 2003: US06593395 (43 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a dental composite which has the high strength required for load-bearing restorations, yet maintains a glossy appearance, even after substantial wear. Through the use of particles having a mean particle size between about 0.05 &mgr;m and about 0.50 &mgr;m, the composit ...


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Christos Angeletakis, Minh Dang Son Nguyen, Alvin I Kobashigawa: Prepolymerized filler in dental restorative composite. Kerr Corporation, Wood Herron & Evans, May 10, 2005: US06890968 (19 worldwide citation)

A dental composite having high filler loading and low shrinkage thereby providing good strength and marginal integrity. Through the use of prepolymerized filler particles in combination with a structural filler and a nanofiller, the composite exhibits very low shrinkage and is useful in stress beari ...


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Christos Angeletakis, Minh Dang Son Nguyen, Alvin I Kobashigawa: Prepolymerized filler in dental restorative composite. Kerr Corporation, Kristi L Davidson, Wood Herron & Evans, February 13, 2003: US20030032693-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A dental composite having high filler loading and low shrinkage thereby providing good strength and marginal integrity. Through the use of prepolymerized filler particles in combination with a structural filler and a nanofiller, the composite exhibits very low shrinkage and is useful in stress beari ...


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Christos Angeletakis, Minh Dang Son Nguyen: Dental composite containing discrete nanoparticles. Kerr Corporation, Kristi L Davidson, Wood Herron & Evans, December 19, 2002: US20020193462-A1

The present invention provides a dental composite which has the high strength required for load-bearing restorations, yet maintains a glossy appearance, even after substantial wear. Through the use of particles having a mean particle size between about 0.05 m and about 0.50 m, the composite is usefu ...