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2 April 1997 Laser-based equipment for investigating fractal structure of dental tissue
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Proceedings Volume 3091, Laser Applications Engineering (LAE-96); (1997) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.271789
Event: International Symposium on Intensive Laser Actions and Their Applications and Laser Applications Engineering, 1996, St. Petersburg-Pushkin, Russian Federation
Abstract
The description of experimental installation for investigation fractal structure of dental tissues light scattering is presented. The installation includes light source (He-Ne laser), beam transformer based on microlens array, light polarization control unit and registrating device (which represented computer interfaced CCD-camera). The experimental installation provides the estimation of different kinds of light scattering in the enamel and dentin. The joint computer processing of images corresponding to different states light polarization allows us to separate the effects of light scattering caused by different scattering object as well as by relief junctions. The results of research may be useful for dental restorations, because fractal dimension defined adhesion properties of dentin.
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Alexander A. Zinchik, Anna Sharikova, and Sergey C. Stafeev "Laser-based equipment for investigating fractal structure of dental tissue", Proc. SPIE 3091, Laser Applications Engineering (LAE-96), (2 April 1997); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.271789
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