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INTRODUCTION Recently, there has been a significant effort on improving the mechanical and aesthetic properties of dental restorative materials. In order to decrease the use of amalgam as dental filling material due to handling and toxicological aspects, development of dental resin compositions has been of interest since the investigation of Bowen's resin1 in 1960s. It has been shown that introducing a fiber network has proved to change the stress dynamics positively when added into natural tooth interface2.
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