Herbert Gilde

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OBJECTIVES The aim of the investigation was to examine the color stability of seven resin-based facing composites with a high content of inorganic filling material (Colombus, Artglass, Sinfony, Targis, Zeta LC, Zeta HC, BelleGlass HP/dentine, BelleGlass HP/enamel). METHODS Changes in color of test samples were determined after UV irradiation in a(More)
OBJECTIVES The objective of this study was to examine the two-body wear resistance of nine different resin denture teeth and one experimental material. METHODS The two-body wear test was performed in a chewing simulator with an antagonistic Al(2)O(3) ball under an axial load of 40 N for 100,000 cycles. In each test series, an enamel sample was included as(More)
The aim of this in vitro study was to evaluate the fracture resistance of upper and lower incisors restored with glass fiber reinforced posts (FRP). There were 32 upper and 32 lower incisors endodontically treated and FRPs were cemented, using pretreated (Rocatec) and non-pretreated posts. Crowns were fabricated and cemented with Ketac-cem or Panavia.(More)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the fracture-load values of cantilevered all-ceramic fixed partial dentures (FPDs). Fifty FPDs were manufactured using a zirconia frame to replace a missing molar. The FPDs were divided into five groups, each with a different framework design. After thermocycling and mechanical loading, the load to fracture was(More)
Mismatch occurring during the fabrication of implant-supported dentures may induce stress to the peri-implant bone. The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of two different alloys and the fabrication method on the marginal accuracy of cast partial dentures. Two laboratory implants were bonded into an aluminium block so that the distance(More)
OBJECTIVE Evaluation of the fracture resistance of all-ceramic cantilever fixed dental prostheses (FDPs) manufactured from zirconia frameworks and veneered with a press ceramic. MATERIAL AND METHODS Two mandibular premolars were prepared either with a box inlay cavity or with a full crown chamfer preparation and then duplicated. 40-three-unit cantilever(More)
This study aimed to evaluate the effect of gender, antagonistic teeth, and type of denture on clinical wear of denture teeth. Wear measurements were made on gypsum replicas of 204 posterior denture teeth after 6 months using an optical 3-dimensional profilometer. Data were analyzed using univariate and mixed regression procedures. The mean wear of all(More)
OBJECTIVE The hypothesis of this study was that the fracture load of incisor teeth restored using short, threaded, parallel-sided posts (TMP) is, under special conditions, not inferior to that of teeth restored using long TMPs or fibre-reinforced posts (FRP). METHODOLOGY Seventy-two maxillary incisors and 72 mandibular incisors were collected. Sixty-four(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the fracture resistance of teeth restored using an adhesive core material placed under artificial crowns without pins or posts and to assess the effect of different preparation designs and cementation techniques (glass ionomer compared with adhesive cementation) used for the crowns. MATERIALS AND METHODS Eighty-three intact molars were(More)
A posttreatment evaluation of 72 patients, who are approximately 5.8 years out of retention, showed only little changes between the last appointment and the follow-up examination. The results can be considered stable. The statistic analysis indicated a correlation among some changes, which are important for treatment and therapy planning. For the stability(More)