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  • Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and ...

    2017-6-17u2002·u2002Daswani SR et al. Dental Ceramics. 67 Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and Clinical Recommendations Sohil Rajkumar Daswani, Meena A. Aras, Vidya Chitre, Praveen Rajagopal Department of Prosthodontics, Goa Dental College and Hospital. Corresponding Author Dr. SohilDaswani Room number F-115, Goa Dental College Men's hostel.

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  • Ceramic Dental Implants: A Literature Review

    2019-5-15u2002·u2002Dentists and dental specialists use significant clinical skills in an attempt to deal with the consequences of complete and/or partial edentulism [6]. The therapy of completely and partially edentulous patients with dental implants is an accepted and eminent treatment modality [2]. Zirconia is one of the most capable restorative

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  • Ceramic materials in dentistry: historical evolution and ...

    2011-5-13u2002·u2002The first fillers to be used in dental ceramics contained particles of a crystalline mineral called leucite. 20, 21 As mentioned in the history section above, this filler was added to create porcelains that could be successfully fired onto metal substructures. 22, 23 Leucite has a very high thermal expansion/contraction coefficient (around 20 ...

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  • Ceramic dental biomaterials and CAD/CAM technology:

    2014-10-1u2002·u20021. Introduction. Ceramics used in dentistry are mostly based on silicon, Si, and usually in the form of silica (silicon dioxide), SiO 2, or various silicates.Silicates consist of Si-tetrahedrons (SiO 4) as built-up units.The use of all ceramic prosthesis in restorative treatments has become popular and many of these restorations can be fabricated by both traditional laboratory methods and CAD ...

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  • (PDF) Classification of Dental Ceramics

    2013-4-10u2002·u2002Within the limitations of this study, there was a range of ceramic core translucency at clinically relevant core thicknesses. In order of decreasing translucency, the ranges were Vitadur Alpha ...

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  • (PDF) Alumina ceramic for dental applications: A review ...

    Alumina (Al 2 O 3 ) is another ceramic material with wide applications in dentistry such as implants, filler for dental composites and bone cement materials, core material for fixed prostheses and ...

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  • Special Issues - AEGIS Dental Network

    While zirconia has been used successfully in clinical dentistry for several years, 1-8 the difficulty of creating adhesion to non-silica-based oxide ceramics such as zirconia and alumina has limited the use of these materials. 9-14 However, the understanding of zirconia is evolving. Zirconia is a silica-free, acid-resistant, polycrystalline ...

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  • CAD/CAM Ceramic Restorative Materials for Natural Teeth ...

    2018-6-15u2002·u2002The variety of CAD/CAM ceramic restorative systems is constantly evolving to meet the increased demands for highly aesthetic, biocompatible, and long-lasting restorations. Recently introduced polymer-infiltrated ceramic network CAD/CAM blocks add innovative treatment options in CAD/CAM chairside 1-visit restorations.

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  • Technique Guide: FINISHING & POLISHING OF MODERN

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002Clinical trials have reported high clinical success rates for molar LS 2 crowns. Additionally, in vitro oral wear simulator studies show wear of antagonist enamel tooth structure from LS 2 to be similar to a gold platinum alloy or an enamel control. If the clinician wished to use this material for second molars in bruxers then longevity can be

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  • Removable partial dentures: The clinical need for ...

    2017-9-1u2002·u2002Randomized clinical trials (RCTs) are considered the highest-quality design for informing health care interventions and for performing metaanalyses to answer important clinical questions; however, a recent review found that between 1986 and 2014, only 86 articles reported on RCTs for removable prosthodontics, and of those, only 26% reported on ...

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  • Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and ...

    2017-6-17u2002·u2002Daswani SR et al. Dental Ceramics. 67 Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and Clinical Recommendations Sohil Rajkumar Daswani, Meena A. Aras, Vidya Chitre, Praveen Rajagopal Department of Prosthodontics, Goa Dental College and Hospital. Corresponding Author Dr. SohilDaswani Room number F-115, Goa Dental College Men's hostel.

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  • Ceramic materials in dentistry: historical evolution and ...

    2011-5-13u2002·u2002The first fillers to be used in dental ceramics contained particles of a crystalline mineral called leucite. 20, 21 As mentioned in the history section above, this filler was added to create porcelains that could be successfully fired onto metal substructures. 22, 23 Leucite has a very high thermal expansion/contraction coefficient (around 20 ...

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  • Ceramics as biomaterials for dental restoration

    Sintered ceramics and glass-ceramics are widely used as biomaterials for dental restoration, especially as dental inlays, onlays, veneers, crowns or bridges. Biomaterials were developed either to veneer metal frameworks or to produce metal-free dental restorations. Different types of glass-ceramics …

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  • Ceramic Dental Implants: A Literature Review

    2019-5-15u2002·u2002Dentists and dental specialists use significant clinical skills in an attempt to deal with the consequences of complete and/or partial edentulism [6]. The therapy of completely and partially edentulous patients with dental implants is an accepted and eminent treatment modality [2]. Zirconia is one of the most capable restorative

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  • Dental Ceramics: Part I – An Overview of Composition ...

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Ceramics are used for making crowns, bridges, artificial denture teeth, and implants. The use of conservative ceramic inlay preparations, veneering porcelains is increasing, along with all-ceramic complete crown preparations. This article is a review of dental ceramics; divided into two parts such as part I and II.

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  • Novel Zirconia Materials in Dentistry - PubMed

    Zirconias, the strongest of the dental ceramics, are increasingly being fabricated in monolithic form for a range of clinical applications. Y-TZP (yttria-stabilized tetragonal zirconia polycrystal) is the most widely used variant. However, current Y-TZP ceramics on …

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  • Dental Glasses and Glass-ceramics - ScienceDirect

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002In Section 12.2 of this chapter, the different types of glasses and glass-ceramics will be presented and classified as a function of their microstructure and physical and chemical properties from which the clinical applications are derived. Only the most commonly used dental ceramics and those of historical interest will be described. These ceramics consist of the feldspathic …

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  • Zirconia based dental ceramics: structure, mechanical ...

    Zirconia (ZrO 2) based dental ceramics have been considered to be advantageous materials with adequate mechanical properties for the manufacturing of medical devices.Due to its very high compression strength of 2000 MPa, ZrO 2 can resist differing mechanical environments. During the crack propagation on the application of stress on the surface of ZrO 2, a crystalline …

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  • (PDF) Classification of Dental Ceramics

    Within the limitations of this study, there was a range of ceramic core translucency at clinically relevant core thicknesses. In order of decreasing translucency, the ranges were Vitadur Alpha ...

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  • Technique Guide: FINISHING & POLISHING OF MODERN

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002Clinical trials have reported high clinical success rates for molar LS 2 crowns. Additionally, in vitro oral wear simulator studies show wear of antagonist enamel tooth structure from LS 2 to be similar to a gold platinum alloy or an enamel control. If the clinician wished to use this material for second molars in bruxers then longevity can be

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  • Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and ...

    2017-6-17u2002·u2002Daswani SR et al. Dental Ceramics. 67 Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and Clinical Recommendations Sohil Rajkumar Daswani, Meena A. Aras, Vidya Chitre, Praveen Rajagopal Department of Prosthodontics, Goa Dental College and Hospital. Corresponding Author Dr. SohilDaswani Room number F-115, Goa Dental College Men's hostel.

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  • Ceramic materials in dentistry: historical evolution and ...

    2011-5-13u2002·u2002The first fillers to be used in dental ceramics contained particles of a crystalline mineral called leucite. 20, 21 As mentioned in the history section above, this filler was added to create porcelains that could be successfully fired onto metal substructures. 22, 23 Leucite has a very high thermal expansion/contraction coefficient (around 20 ...

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  • Ceramics as biomaterials for dental restoration

    Sintered ceramics and glass-ceramics are widely used as biomaterials for dental restoration, especially as dental inlays, onlays, veneers, crowns or bridges. Biomaterials were developed either to veneer metal frameworks or to produce metal-free dental restorations. Different types of glass-ceramics …

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  • Ceramic Dental Implants: A Literature Review

    2019-5-15u2002·u2002Dentists and dental specialists use significant clinical skills in an attempt to deal with the consequences of complete and/or partial edentulism [6]. The therapy of completely and partially edentulous patients with dental implants is an accepted and eminent treatment modality [2]. Zirconia is one of the most capable restorative

    Get Price
  • Dental Ceramics: Part I – An Overview of Composition ...

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Ceramics are used for making crowns, bridges, artificial denture teeth, and implants. The use of conservative ceramic inlay preparations, veneering porcelains is increasing, along with all-ceramic complete crown preparations. This article is a review of dental ceramics…

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  • Novel Zirconia Materials in Dentistry - PubMed

    Zirconias, the strongest of the dental ceramics, are increasingly being fabricated in monolithic form for a range of clinical applications. Y-TZP (yttria-stabilized tetragonal zirconia polycrystal) is the most widely used variant. However, current Y-TZP ceramics on the market lack the aesthetics of …

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  • Dental Glasses and Glass-ceramics - ScienceDirect

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002In Section 12.2 of this chapter, the different types of glasses and glass-ceramics will be presented and classified as a function of their microstructure and physical and chemical properties from which the clinical applications are derived. Only the most commonly used dental ceramics and those of historical interest will be described. These ceramics consist of the feldspathic porcelains, the ...

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  • Zirconia based dental ceramics: structure, mechanical ...

    Zirconia (ZrO 2) based dental ceramics have been considered to be advantageous materials with adequate mechanical properties for the manufacturing of medical devices.Due to its very high compression strength of 2000 MPa, ZrO 2 can resist differing mechanical environments. During the crack propagation on the application of stress on the surface of ZrO 2, a crystalline modification diminishes ...

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  • (PDF) Classification of Dental Ceramics

    Within the limitations of this study, there was a range of ceramic core translucency at clinically relevant core thicknesses. In order of decreasing translucency, the ranges were Vitadur Alpha ...

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  • Technique Guide: FINISHING & POLISHING OF MODERN

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002Clinical trials have reported high clinical success rates for molar LS 2 crowns. Additionally, in vitro oral wear simulator studies show wear of antagonist enamel tooth structure from LS 2 to be similar to a gold platinum alloy or an enamel control. If the clinician wished to use this material for second molars in bruxers then longevity can be

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  • Dental Material - an overview

    R.O. do Nascimento, N. Chirani, in Shape Memory Polymers for Biomedical Applications, 2015 Abstract. Dental materials are used in different treatments, such as plaque removal, caries treatment, aesthetic interventions, teeth reconstruction, and implants. Indeed, dental material could be made from diverse sources, from metal alloys to shape-memory polymers (SMPs).

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  • (PDF) Advances in dental veneers: Materials, applications ...

    2012-2-9u2002·u2002The first fillers to be used in dental ceramics contained particles of a crystalline mineral called leucite, added to the ceram ic, so that the leucite comprised about 50%–55 % of the

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  • CAD/CAM Ceramic Restorative Materials for Natural Teeth ...

    2018-6-15u2002·u2002The variety of CAD/CAM ceramic restorative systems is constantly evolving to meet the increased demands for highly aesthetic, biocompatible, and long-lasting restorations. Recently introduced polymer-infiltrated ceramic network CAD/CAM blocks add innovative treatment options in CAD/CAM chairside 1-visit restorations.

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  • Feldspathic Veneers: What are their ... - AEGIS Dental Network

    Feldspathic veneers are created by layering glass-based (ie, silicon dioxide) powder and liquid materials. 8,9 Silicon dioxide, also referred to as silica or quartz, contains various amounts of alumina. 8,9 When these aluminosilicates are found naturally and contain various amounts of potassium and sodium, they are referred to as feldspars. 8,9 ...

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  • Mechanical properties of provisional dental materials: A ...

    2018-2-28u2002·u2002Provisional restorations represent an important phase during the rehabilitation process, knowledge of the mechanical properties of the available materials allows us to predict their clinical performance. At present, there is no systematic review, which supports the clinicians' criteria, in the selection of a specific material over another for a particular clinical situation.

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  • (PDF) Dental Materials (Principles and Applications)

    The 3rd edition of 'Dental Materials (Principles and Applications)' by Zohaib Khurshid and his co-editor is an up-to-date information manual in the field of dental material science.

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  • Fixed Prosthodontics – Tooth Preparation for Anterior ...

    • The use of depth grooves assures uniform reduction that enhances the esthetic result by providing uniform space for the ceramic material that overlays the metal casting; 40. • Select a diamond instrument with a tip diameter of about 0.8 to 1.0 mm, depending on tooth and pulp size.

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  • What are Ceramic Materials and Their Uses? - Bright Hub ...

    2009-11-21u2002·u2002Ceramic materials can be identified by their general properties like high hardness, brittleness, chemical stability and low thermal conductivity. These material properties are utilized to produce number of commercial and domestic products such as pottery, bricks, advanced functional items, etc. Advanced ceramics and traditional ceramics are the main categories of ceramic …

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  • Zircomet - Production & Distribution of Zirconium Based ...

    2021-8-11u2002·u2002Zircomet Ltd is a company dedicated to the product development, production and distribution of zirconium based materials for advanced global technologies. Head-quartered out of Cambridge, England, Zircomet has a global network of strategic partners that enable it to offer the most comprehensive range of zirconium chemicals and zirconium oxide ...

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  • 7 Types of ceramics - Classification Of Ceramics ...

    Pottery is a ceramic article usually made with clays, Pottery refers to olden ceramics. In traditional pottery the articles are made using pottery wheels for desired shapes and size. Here 12 tools are used for making an ceramic objects. Pottery can be made by Jiggering and Jollying process. In both of these process we can made only symmetrical ...

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  • Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and ...

    2017-6-17u2002·u2002Daswani SR et al. Dental Ceramics. 67 Review Article Dental Ceramics: Material Options and Clinical Recommendations Sohil Rajkumar Daswani, Meena A. Aras, Vidya Chitre, Praveen Rajagopal Department of Prosthodontics, Goa Dental College and Hospital. Corresponding Author Dr. SohilDaswani Room number F-115, Goa Dental College Men's hostel.

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  • Ceramic materials in dentistry: historical evolution and ...

    2011-5-13u2002·u2002The first fillers to be used in dental ceramics contained particles of a crystalline mineral called leucite. 20, 21 As mentioned in the history section above, this filler was added to create porcelains that could be successfully fired onto metal substructures. 22, 23 Leucite has a very high thermal expansion/contraction coefficient (around 20 ...

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  • Ceramics as biomaterials for dental restoration

    Sintered ceramics and glass-ceramics are widely used as biomaterials for dental restoration, especially as dental inlays, onlays, veneers, crowns or bridges. Biomaterials were developed either to veneer metal frameworks or to produce metal-free dental restorations. Different types of …

    Get Price
  • Ceramic Dental Implants: A Literature Review

    2019-5-15u2002·u2002Dentists and dental specialists use significant clinical skills in an attempt to deal with the consequences of complete and/or partial edentulism [6]. The therapy of completely and partially edentulous patients with dental implants is an accepted and eminent treatment modality [2]. Zirconia is one of the most capable restorative

    Get Price
  • Dental Ceramics: Part I – An Overview of Composition ...

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Ceramics are used for making crowns, bridges, artificial denture teeth, and implants. The use of conservative ceramic inlay preparations, veneering porcelains is increasing, along with all-ceramic complete crown preparations. This article is a review of dental ceramics; divided into two parts such as part I and II.

    Get Price
  • Novel Zirconia Materials in Dentistry - PubMed

    Zirconias, the strongest of the dental ceramics, are increasingly being fabricated in monolithic form for a range of clinical applications. Y-TZP (yttria-stabilized tetragonal zirconia polycrystal) is the most widely used variant. However, current Y-TZP ceramics on the market lack the aesthetics of …

    Get Price
  • Dental Glasses and Glass-ceramics - ScienceDirect

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002In Section 12.2 of this chapter, the different types of glasses and glass-ceramics will be presented and classified as a function of their microstructure and physical and chemical properties from which the clinical applications are derived. Only the most commonly used dental ceramics and those of historical interest will be described. These ceramics consist of the feldspathic …

    Get Price
  • Zirconia based dental ceramics: structure, mechanical ...

    Zirconia (ZrO 2) based dental ceramics have been considered to be advantageous materials with adequate mechanical properties for the manufacturing of medical devices.Due to its very high compression strength of 2000 MPa, ZrO 2 can resist differing mechanical environments. During the crack propagation on the application of stress on the surface of ZrO 2, a crystalline modification …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Classification of Dental Ceramics

    Within the limitations of this study, there was a range of ceramic core translucency at clinically relevant core thicknesses. In order of decreasing translucency, the ranges were Vitadur Alpha ...

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  • Technique Guide: FINISHING & POLISHING OF MODERN

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002Clinical trials have reported high clinical success rates for molar LS 2 crowns. Additionally, in vitro oral wear simulator studies show wear of antagonist enamel tooth structure from LS 2 to be similar to a gold platinum alloy or an enamel control. If the clinician wished to use this material for second molars in bruxers then longevity can be

    Get Price
  • Home - IAOCI

    Welcome To The IAOCI International Academy of Ceramic Implantology The Latest Research, News, And Articles On The Topics Of Ceramic Dental Implants About IAOCI The International Academy Of Ceramic Implantology is the first professional organization worldwide established around the concept that ceramic dental implants are a viable, safe and predictable option of teeth replacement. The […]

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  • Zirconia Crowns - Dental Treatment Guide

    2021-10-3u2002·u2002Yes, zirconia crowns are considered to be metal-free. Dental zirconia is zirconium dioxide (ZrO2), which is a crystalline oxide of metallic zirconium.. A zirconia crown is made of this crystalline oxide form of zirconium and is considered to be a ceramic crown and not metal (like gold, silver, or porcelain fused to metal crowns).. Although zirconium is a metal, its oxide, zirconium dioxide ...

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  • Indirect Posterior Restoration: Composite Inlays

    2019-5-23u2002·u2002of the original dental structures. ISSN: 2574-1241 Abstract The use of composite for posterior teeth restoration competes with amalgams, metallic and ceramic inlays, in the important deterioration cases. Its use is increasing and it's becoming possible because of the current progress of composite material technology and bonding evolution.

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  • ADEX DENTAL EXAM SERIES: Fixed Prosthodontics and

    2019-2-14u2002·u2002The use of white gutta-percha is prohibited. While warm gutta-percha or carrier-based, thermos-plasticized gutta-percha techniques are acceptable, it is highly recommended that they not be used, since they may cause damage to the plastic endodontic tooth. Specified testing sites require candidates to use the Acadental typodont model.

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  • Types of Dentures Explained and What is Best For You ...

    2015-12-16u2002·u2002Professional, comfortable, and gentle dental service have been the goals of this practice for years. We provide exceptional cosmetic dentistry like teeth whitening, dental veneers, crowns, bridges, dentures, dental implants & fillings along with general dentistry services like dental exams, cleanings, x-rays, sealants, braces, Invisalign, and ...

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  • Top 10 New Technologies in Dentistry - 123Dentist

    2012-8-14u2002·u20025. Dental Implants—Dental implants are screw-replacements for the root portion of missing teeth. Implants are used to restore healthy smiles when patients have missing teeth. Implants are effective because they can replace missing teeth, while still giving the patient the feel and look of a …

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  • Dr. Maya Dental Center - Orthodontist

    2015-10-31u2002·u2002A crooked smile can hinder the growth of self-confidence, and it can deter a person from healthy socialisation. Enjoy a healthy, beautiful smile with the help of a dentist from the best dental clinic in Motor City, near toIMPZ Dubai today – Dr. Maya Dental Center. Top-notch dental services right in the heart of Motor City

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  • Hydroxyapatite :: properties, uses and applications ...

    2021-10-5u2002·u2002Hydroxyapatite (HAp) is a calcium phosphate similar to the human hard tissues in morphology and composition. Due to its outstanding properties such as biocompatibility, bioactivity, osteoconductivity and non toxicity and non inflammatory nature, nano-hydroxyapatite bioceramic has got a variety of applications in medical and oral care areas.

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  • Implant Maintenance: An Overview - Today's RDH

    2021-2-8u2002·u2002Peri-implant disease is a combination of poor oral hygiene, placement of a non-cleansable prosthetic, or recommendations that are not effective for implants. Thus, one of the key factors to implant success is the adherence to an effective maintenance program to ensure longevity of the implant. 10. Dental hygienists play an intricate role in the ...

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