Prof. Monika Lukomska-Szymanska

– She is Professor and vice Dean at Department of General Dentistry, Medical University of Lodz (Poland).

– She actively participates in congresses and publishes scientific works (200 scientific and clinical articles and communication in peer-reviewed journals).

– She is specialist in prosthodontics and restorative dentistry with endodontics.

– Her main fields of scientific and professional experience are dental materials, diagnosis and treatment of TMJ disorders, microscopic endodontics and adhesive prosthodontics with focus on interdisciplinary approach.

– She is an active member of the Polish Dental Association, Polish Biomedical Engineering Association (Vice-President), Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), Association for Medical-Dental Education in Poland “SAPIENTIA”.

Dental resin materials properties influencing clinical performance

Resin materials have become indispensable in modern dentistry. The most clinically significant properties of resin materials will be presented. Results of in vitro studies on chemical, physical and biological properties of different materials will be discussed.

Prof. Monika Lukomska-Szymanska

– She is Professor and vice Dean at Department of General Dentistry, Medical University of Lodz (Poland).

– She actively participates in congresses and publishes scientific works (200 scientific and clinical articles and communication in peer-reviewed journals).

– She is specialist in prosthodontics and restorative dentistry with endodontics.

– Her main fields of scientific and professional experience are dental materials, diagnosis and treatment of TMJ disorders, microscopic endodontics and adhesive prosthodontics with focus on interdisciplinary approach.

– She is an active member of the Polish Dental Association, Polish Biomedical Engineering Association (Vice-President), Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), Association for Medical-Dental Education in Poland “SAPIENTIA”.

Dental resin materials properties influencing clinical performance

Resin materials have become indispensable in modern dentistry. The most clinically significant properties of resin materials will be presented. Results of in vitro studies on chemical, physical and biological properties of different materials will be discussed.