Fundamentals and applications of biophotonics in dentistry /
[edited by] Anil Kishen, Anand Asundi.
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London : Imperial College Press ; Hackensack, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific, c2007.
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xii, 327 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
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1860947042, 9781860947049
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imprint
London : Imperial College Press ; Hackensack, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific, c2007.
isbn
1860947042
9781860947049
catalogue key
6170009
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
Prefacep. v
Fundamentals
Introductionp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Definition and Significancep. 2
Classification of Biophotonics in Dentistryp. 3
Diagnosticp. 3
Therapeuticp. 4
Researchp. 5
Future Opportunitiesp. 7
Scope of this Bookp. 8
Photomechanicsp. 9
Introduction to Mechanicsp. 9
Force and Stressp. 10
Deformation and Strainp. 13
Stress-Strain Equationsp. 16
Basic Optical Engineeringp. 16
Geometric Opticsp. 17
Physical (Wave) Opticsp. 19
Photonicsp. 27
Photomechanicsp. 30
Moiré and Grid Methodsp. 31
Speckle Methodsp. 40
Photoelasticityp. 46
Holographyp. 54
Digital Photomechanicsp. 58
Concluding Remarksp. 60
Biomedical Imagingp. 64
Introductionp. 64
Non-Linear Optical Microscopy (NLOM) Multiphoton Excited Fluorescence (MPEF) and Second Harmonic Generation (SGH)p. 65
Principles of NLOMp. 66
Development and Applications of NLOMp. 69
NLOM in Dentistryp. 72
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)p. 73
Principles of OCTp. 74
Developments and Applications of OCTp. 75
OCT in Dentistryp. 80
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (CARS) and Modulated Imaging (MI)p. 82
Fluorescence Contrast Enhancementp. 85
Concluding Remarksp. 87
Spectroscopy
Introductionp. 93
Molecular Orbitals and Transitionsp. 94
Transition Dipole Momentp. 99
Spin Selection Rulep. 100
Franck-Condon Principlep. 102
Jablonski Diagramp. 104
Stokes Shiftp. 107
Spectrophotometryp. 108
Fluorescence Intensity and Lifetimep. 110
Spectrofluorimetryp. 112
Fluorescence Quenchingp. 115
Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET)p. 116
Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopyp. 117
Concluding Remarksp. 120
Lasers and Laser Tissue Interaction
Introductionp. 123
Laser Basicsp. 124
Characteristics of Lasersp. 126
Light Propagation in Tissuep. 128
Optical Imaging and Diagnosisp. 131
Optical Imagingp. 131
Optical Spectroscopic Diagnosisp. 133
Optical Processing of Tissuep. 141
Photothermal Effectsp. 142
Photomechanical Effectsp. 144
Photochemical Effectsp. 144
Applications of Laser Processing of Tissuep. 145
Concluding Remarksp. 148
Mechanisms and Applications of Photodynamic Therapy
Historical Backgroundp. 154
Photosensitizersp. 155
Light Applicatorsp. 156
PDT Mechanismsp. 161
Photophysics and Photochemistryp. 161
Biological Effectp. 162
PDT Dosimetryp. 166
Progress in Clinical Applicationp. 167
Non-Malignant Diseasesp. 168
Malignant Diseasesp. 169
PDT in Dentistryp. 175
Technical Challengesp. 175
Current Statusp. 176
Concluding Remarksp. 177
Applications
Dental Photo-Biomechanics
Introductionp. 183
Photoelasticityp. 184
Introductionp. 184
Photoelastic Modelsp. 185
Polariscopep. 186
Photoelastic Fringe Analysisp. 189
Applications of Photoelasticity in Dentistryp. 192
Moiré Interferometryp. 195
Introductionp. 195
Specimen Grating and Moiré Interferometerp. 196
Applications of Moiré Technique in Dentistryp. 197
Electronic Speckle Pattern Correlation Interferometryp. 200
Introductionp. 200
ESPI Experimental Arrangementp. 201
Applications of ESPI Technique in Dentistryp. 201
Concluding Remarksp. 207
Micro-Raman Spectroscopy: Principles and Applications in Dental Research
Introductionp. 209
Breakdown of Composite Repair/Replacement Materialsp. 210
Material/Tissue Interfacep. 211
Brief Introduction to Raman Spectroscopyp. 212
Applications of Micro-Raman Spectroscopy in Dental Researchp. 215
Characterization of the Smear Layerp. 215
Characterization of Smear Debrisp. 224
Quantifying Reactions at the Adhesive/Dentin Interfacep. 226
Investigation of Adhesive Phase Separationp. 231
Concluding Remarksp. 239
Dental and Oral Tissue Optics
Introductionp. 245
Continuous Wave Light Interaction with Tissuesp. 248
Time-Resolved Diffusion Measurementsp. 253
Optical Properties of Dental Enamel and Dentinp. 256
Structure of Enamel and Dentinp. 256
Spectral Properties of Enamel and Dentinp. 259
Scattering Properties of Enamelp. 261
Scattering Properties of Dentinp. 263
Waveguide Effectsp. 264
Propagation of Polarized Light in Tissuesp. 266
Basic Principlesp. 266
Transillumination Polarization Techniquep. 268
Backscattering Polarization Imagingp. 269
In-Depth Polarization Spectroscopyp. 272
Superficial Epithelial Layer Polarization Spectroscopyp. 273
Polarization Microscopyp. 274
Digital Photoelasticity Measurementsp. 274
Optothermal Radiometryp. 275
Thermal Imagingp. 279
Coherent Effects in the Interaction of Laser Radiation with Tissues and Cell Flowsp. 280
Dynamic Light Scatteringp. 283
Quasi-Elastic Light Scatteringp. 283
Dynamic Specklesp. 284
Full-Field Speckle Technique-LASCAp. 285
Diffusion Wave Spectroscopyp. 286
Experimental Studiesp. 287
Coherent Backscatteringp. 287
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)p. 288
Introductionp. 288
Conventional (Time-Domain) OCTp. 289
En-Face OCTp. 290
Doppler OCTp. 291
Polarization Sensitive OCTp. 292
Optical Coherence Microscopyp. 294
Concluding Remarksp. 295
Fiber Optic Diagnostic Sensors
Introductionp. 301
Fiber Optics in Diagnosisp. 302
Fiber Optic Diagnostic Sensors: Principlesp. 304
Direct Fiber Optic Sensors: Principlesp. 304
Direct Fiber Optic Physical Sensorsp. 306
Direct Fiber Optic Chemical Sensorsp. 306
Indirect Fiber Optic Sensors: Principlesp. 309
Indirect Fiber Optic Physical Sensorsp. 310
Indirect Fiber Optic Chemical Sensorsp. 313
Biosensorsp. 316
Applications of Fiber Optic Diagnostic Sensors in Dentistryp. 319
Concluding Remarksp. 326
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