light-cured resin

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light-·cured res·in

a resin that uses visible or ultraviolet light to excite a photoinitiator, which interacts with an amine to form free radicals and initiate polymerization; used mainly in restorative dentistry.
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light-cured res·in

(lītkyūrd rezin)
Resin that uses visible or ultraviolet light to excite a photoinitiator, used mainly in restorative dentistry.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Post irradiation Polymerization of different anterior and posterior visible light-activated resin composites.