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Indentation Damage and Mechanical Properties of Human Enamel and Dentin
Understanding the mechanical properties of human teeth is important to clinical tooth preparation and to the development of "tooth-like" restorative materials. Previous studies have focused on theExpand
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Effect of sandblasting on the long-term performance of dental ceramics.
A study has been made of the effects of sandblasting on the strength of Y-TZP and alumina ceramic layers joined to polymeric substrates and loaded at the top surfaces by a spherical indenter, inExpand
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Basic research methods and current trends of dental implant surfaces.
Among dental implant design alterations, surface modifications have been by far the most investigated topic. Regarding implant surface research, the lack of hierarchical approaches relating in vitro,Expand
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A new classification system for all-ceramic and ceramic-like restorative materials.
Classification systems for all-ceramic materials are useful for communication and educational purposes and warrant continuous revisions and updates to incorporate new materials. This article proposesExpand
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Risk factors for osteonecrosis of the jaws: a case-control study from the CONDOR Dental PBRN.
Case reports and cohort studies have linked bisphosphonate therapy and osteonecrosis of the jaws (ONJ), but neither causality nor specific risks for lesion development have been clearly established.Expand
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Factorial analysis of variables influencing stress in all-ceramic crowns.
OBJECTIVE The objective of this investigation was to evaluate the relative contribution of variables in the crown-cement-tooth system that can influence magnitude of maximum principal stress inExpand
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Performance of Dental Ceramics: Challenges for Improvements
TLDR
The clinical success of modern dental ceramics depends on an array of factors, ranging from initial physical properties of the material itself, to the fabrication and clinical procedures that inevitably damage these brittle materials, and the oral environment. Expand
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Bonding to glass infiltrated alumina ceramic: adhesive methods and their durability.
  • M. Kern, V. Thompson
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
  • 1 March 1995
Resin bonding to a glass-infiltrated aluminum oxide ceramic (In-Ceram) cannot be achieved by the methods commonly used for conventional silica-based dental ceramics. This study evaluated theExpand
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Use of contact testing in the characterization and design of all-ceramic crownlike layer structures: a review.
Ceramic-based crowns, particularly molar crowns, can fail prematurely from accumulation of fracture and other damage in continual occlusal contact. Damage modes depend on ceramic types (especiallyExpand
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Engineering long term clinical success of advanced ceramic prostheses
  • D. Rekow, V. Thompson
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Journal of materials science. Materials in…
  • 2007
Biocompatability and, in some applications, esthetics make all-ceramic prostheses compelling choices but despite significant improvements in materials properties and toughening mechanisms, theseExpand
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