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  • Comparison of human enamel and polymer-infiltrated

    2016-7-1u2002·u2002The nano-mechanical behaviours of both materials were analysed via nanoindentation. Maximum nanoindentation loads of 1000, 2000 and 3000 μN were applied with holding times of 90 s.The rate of loading and unloading was 200 μN/s.The reduced elastic moduli and nanohardness of the enamel and PICN specimens were measured using the conventional Oliver and Pharr approach, .

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  • Nano composite of aluminum oxide and polymer is strong ...

    Shells, bones, and tooth enamel all consist of stiff ceramic platelets arranged in a polymer matrix like bricks in mortar. In their efforts to create strong yet light materials, chemists and materials scientists have long tried to mimic nanostructures found in nature. A nano composite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter, and is suitable for dental material and ...

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  • Nanotechnology and nanomaterials in dentistry -

    2019-1-1u2002·u2002Nanobiomaterials have been explored for all types of biomaterials (metals, polymers, ceramics, and composites) for clinical applications. Due to favorable features and promising outcomes, nanomaterials have attracted researchers and biomaterials scientist looking to provide benefits for biomedical and dental applications (Moszner and Klapdohr, 2004).

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  • A novel polymer infiltrated ceramic dental material ...

    2011-6-1u2002·u2002These novel polymer infiltrated ceramic restorative materials have averaged elastic modulus, hardness, and fracture toughness values of 30.14 GPa, 2.59 GPa, and 1.72 MPa m 1/2, respectively, depending on the manufacturing conditions. The density of pre-infiltrated ceramic and polymer pressure of processing influence the final properties of the ...

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  • Polymeric materials and films in dentistry: An overview ...

    2018-11-1u2002·u2002Introduction. Dental biomaterials have been extensively studied for many decades. Current advances in biomaterial science have led to the discovery of new materials for dental use and have broadened their use in preventive, restorative, and regenerative treatments, .A wide variety of these materials ranging from dental cements, resins, metals, and alloys to ceramic materials are used in ...

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  • A novel polymer infiltrated ceramic for dental simulation ...

    2011-5-26u2002·u2002Phantom teeth have E and H values similar to those of carious dentine, that is, one-sixth to one-tenth of the values for sound enamel. In contrast the polymer infiltrated ceramic has higher E and H than sound dentine. Regarding the fracture toughness, both synthetic materials have similar values to enamel and a lower value than dentine.

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  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-24u2002·u2002Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth SCHOTT expands portfolio of glass powders for dental composites Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first

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  • The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry

    2020-3-17u2002·u2002The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry. The replacement of traditional metal and alloy materials used within dentistry with biomaterials has continued to gain attention by researchers around the world. Researchers have found that polymeric materials offer excellent mechanical and biological properties that are ideal for dental ...

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  • Applications of polyetheretherketone (PEEK) in oral ...

    2016-1-1u2002·u2002Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) is a polymer that has many potential uses in dentistry. The aim of this review was to summarize the outcome of research conducted on the material for dental applications. In addition, future prospects of PEEK in the field of clinical dentistry have been highlighted.

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  • Comparison of human enamel and polymer-infiltrated

    2016-7-1u2002·u2002The nano-mechanical behaviours of both materials were analysed via nanoindentation. Maximum nanoindentation loads of 1000, 2000 and 3000 μN were applied with holding times of 90 s.The rate of loading and unloading was 200 μN/s.The reduced elastic moduli and nanohardness of the enamel and PICN specimens were measured using the conventional Oliver and Pharr approach, .

    Get Price
  • Nano composite of aluminum oxide and polymer is strong ...

    Shells, bones, and tooth enamel all consist of stiff ceramic platelets arranged in a polymer matrix like bricks in mortar. In their efforts to create strong yet light materials, chemists and materials scientists have long tried to mimic nanostructures found in nature. A nano composite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter, and is suitable for dental material and ...

    Get Price
  • Morphology and structure of polymer layers protecting ...

    2012-10-1u2002·u2002The polymers propylene glycol alginate (PGA), highly esterified pectin (HP) and gum arabic (GA) were highly effective in protecting dental enamel against citric acid induced dental erosion. Nevertheless, until now the morphology and structure of such protective polymer layers are unknown. The aim of our study was, therefore, to use combined ...

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  • Tribological characteristics of enamel–dental material ...

    2015-4-29u2002·u2002the market composite dental materials under sliding friction. 2. Materials and methods The paper presents an analysis of the tribological characteristics of enamel and two composite materials intended for permanent dental fillings: Estelite Sigma (Tokuyama Dental, Japan – ES) – light-cured compos-ite containing fillers in the form of ...

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  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-24u2002·u2002Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth SCHOTT expands portfolio of glass powders for dental composites Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-27u2002·u2002Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first 'NanoFine' dental glass powder that consists of particles that are only 180 nanometers in size.

    Get Price
  • Dental Polymers

    2019-2-13u2002·u2002Dental appliances have been made from a long list of materials, some stranger than others. Early American presidents had replacement teeth made of wood and animal teeth. Eventually, metals were used– often an amalgam of liquid (elemental) mercury and a …

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  • New Polymer-Chemical Developments in Clinical Dental ...

    technician to fabricate, for example, dentures. Polymers have been widely used in dental materials for many years. Typical polymer-based technical materials are artificial teeth, den-ture bases, or denture liners. These materials should be rela-tively cheap, have to meet the esthetic and toxicological requirements, and must be easy to apply.

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  • The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry

    The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry. The replacement of traditional metal and alloy materials used within dentistry with biomaterials has continued to gain attention by researchers around the world. Researchers have found that polymeric materials offer excellent mechanical and biological properties that are ideal for dental ...

    Get Price
  • Comparing Three Ceramic Materials for Digital Dentistry

    2020-2-18u2002·u2002Other studies have noted that while lithium disilicate offers greater bond strength, the advantages of resin-matrix ceramics include less abrasion to the opposing dentition and decreased chairtime because there is no need for oven sintering. 16,19 To recap, this new generation of polymer-based materials combines the advantages of ceramics ...

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  • Comparison of human enamel and polymer-infiltrated

    2016-7-1u2002·u2002The nano-mechanical behaviours of both materials were analysed via nanoindentation. Maximum nanoindentation loads of 1000, 2000 and 3000 μN were applied with holding times of 90 s.The rate of loading and unloading was 200 μN/s.The reduced elastic moduli and nanohardness of the enamel and PICN specimens were measured using the conventional Oliver and Pharr approach, .

    Get Price
  • Nano composite of aluminum oxide and polymer is strong ...

    Shells, bones, and tooth enamel all consist of stiff ceramic platelets arranged in a polymer matrix like bricks in mortar. In their efforts to create strong yet light materials, chemists and materials scientists have long tried to mimic nanostructures found in nature. A nano composite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter, and is suitable for dental material and ...

    Get Price
  • Morphology and structure of polymer layers protecting ...

    2012-10-1u2002·u2002The polymers propylene glycol alginate (PGA), highly esterified pectin (HP) and gum arabic (GA) were highly effective in protecting dental enamel against citric acid induced dental erosion. Nevertheless, until now the morphology and structure of such protective polymer layers are unknown. The aim of our study was, therefore, to use combined ...

    Get Price
  • Tribological characteristics of enamel–dental material ...

    2015-4-29u2002·u2002the market composite dental materials under sliding friction. 2. Materials and methods The paper presents an analysis of the tribological characteristics of enamel and two composite materials intended for permanent dental fillings: Estelite Sigma (Tokuyama Dental, Japan – ES) – light-cured compos-ite containing fillers in the form of ...

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-24u2002·u2002Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth SCHOTT expands portfolio of glass powders for dental composites Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-27u2002·u2002Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first 'NanoFine' dental glass powder that consists of particles that are only 180 nanometers in size.

    Get Price
  • Dental Polymers

    2019-2-13u2002·u2002Dental appliances have been made from a long list of materials, some stranger than others. Early American presidents had replacement teeth made of wood and animal teeth. Eventually, metals were used– often an amalgam of liquid (elemental) mercury and a …

    Get Price
  • New Polymer-Chemical Developments in Clinical Dental ...

    technician to fabricate, for example, dentures. Polymers have been widely used in dental materials for many years. Typical polymer-based technical materials are artificial teeth, den-ture bases, or denture liners. These materials should be rela-tively cheap, have to meet the esthetic and toxicological requirements, and must be easy to apply.

    Get Price
  • The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry

    The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry. The replacement of traditional metal and alloy materials used within dentistry with biomaterials has continued to gain attention by researchers around the world. Researchers have found that polymeric materials offer excellent mechanical and biological properties that are ideal for dental ...

    Get Price
  • Comparing Three Ceramic Materials for Digital Dentistry

    2020-2-18u2002·u2002Other studies have noted that while lithium disilicate offers greater bond strength, the advantages of resin-matrix ceramics include less abrasion to the opposing dentition and decreased chairtime because there is no need for oven sintering. 16,19 To recap, this new generation of polymer-based materials combines the advantages of ceramics ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of human enamel and polymer-infiltrated

    2016-7-1u2002·u2002The nano-mechanical behaviours of both materials were analysed via nanoindentation. Maximum nanoindentation loads of 1000, 2000 and 3000 μN were applied with holding times of 90 s.The rate of loading and unloading was 200 μN/s.The reduced elastic moduli and nanohardness of the enamel and PICN specimens were measured using the conventional Oliver and Pharr approach, .

    Get Price
  • Nano composite of aluminum oxide and polymer is strong ...

    Shells, bones, and tooth enamel all consist of stiff ceramic platelets arranged in a polymer matrix like bricks in mortar. In their efforts to create strong yet light materials, chemists and materials scientists have long tried to mimic nanostructures found in nature. A nano composite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter, and is suitable for dental material and ...

    Get Price
  • Morphology and structure of polymer layers protecting ...

    2012-10-1u2002·u2002The polymers propylene glycol alginate (PGA), highly esterified pectin (HP) and gum arabic (GA) were highly effective in protecting dental enamel against citric acid induced dental erosion. Nevertheless, until now the morphology and structure of such protective polymer layers are unknown. The aim of our study was, therefore, to use combined ...

    Get Price
  • Tribological characteristics of enamel–dental material ...

    2015-4-29u2002·u2002the market composite dental materials under sliding friction. 2. Materials and methods The paper presents an analysis of the tribological characteristics of enamel and two composite materials intended for permanent dental fillings: Estelite Sigma (Tokuyama Dental, Japan – ES) – light-cured compos-ite containing fillers in the form of ...

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-24u2002·u2002Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth SCHOTT expands portfolio of glass powders for dental composites Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-27u2002·u2002Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first 'NanoFine' dental glass powder that consists of particles that are only 180 nanometers in size.

    Get Price
  • Dental Polymers

    2019-2-13u2002·u2002Dental appliances have been made from a long list of materials, some stranger than others. Early American presidents had replacement teeth made of wood and animal teeth. Eventually, metals were used– often an amalgam of liquid (elemental) mercury and a …

    Get Price
  • New Polymer-Chemical Developments in Clinical Dental ...

    technician to fabricate, for example, dentures. Polymers have been widely used in dental materials for many years. Typical polymer-based technical materials are artificial teeth, den-ture bases, or denture liners. These materials should be rela-tively cheap, have to meet the esthetic and toxicological requirements, and must be easy to apply.

    Get Price
  • The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry

    The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry. The replacement of traditional metal and alloy materials used within dentistry with biomaterials has continued to gain attention by researchers around the world. Researchers have found that polymeric materials offer excellent mechanical and biological properties that are ideal for dental ...

    Get Price
  • Comparing Three Ceramic Materials for Digital Dentistry

    2020-2-18u2002·u2002Other studies have noted that while lithium disilicate offers greater bond strength, the advantages of resin-matrix ceramics include less abrasion to the opposing dentition and decreased chairtime because there is no need for oven sintering. 16,19 To recap, this new generation of polymer-based materials combines the advantages of ceramics ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of human enamel and polymer-infiltrated

    2016-7-1u2002·u2002The nano-mechanical behaviours of both materials were analysed via nanoindentation. Maximum nanoindentation loads of 1000, 2000 and 3000 μN were applied with holding times of 90 s.The rate of loading and unloading was 200 μN/s.The reduced elastic moduli and nanohardness of the enamel and PICN specimens were measured using the conventional Oliver and Pharr approach, .

    Get Price
  • Nano composite of aluminum oxide and polymer is strong ...

    Shells, bones, and tooth enamel all consist of stiff ceramic platelets arranged in a polymer matrix like bricks in mortar. In their efforts to create strong yet light materials, chemists and materials scientists have long tried to mimic nanostructures found in nature. A nano composite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter, and is suitable for dental material and ...

    Get Price
  • Morphology and structure of polymer layers protecting ...

    2012-10-1u2002·u2002The polymers propylene glycol alginate (PGA), highly esterified pectin (HP) and gum arabic (GA) were highly effective in protecting dental enamel against citric acid induced dental erosion. Nevertheless, until now the morphology and structure of such protective polymer layers are unknown. The aim of our study was, therefore, to use combined ...

    Get Price
  • Tribological characteristics of enamel–dental material ...

    2015-4-29u2002·u2002the market composite dental materials under sliding friction. 2. Materials and methods The paper presents an analysis of the tribological characteristics of enamel and two composite materials intended for permanent dental fillings: Estelite Sigma (Tokuyama Dental, Japan – ES) – light-cured compos-ite containing fillers in the form of ...

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-24u2002·u2002Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth SCHOTT expands portfolio of glass powders for dental composites Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-27u2002·u2002Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first 'NanoFine' dental glass powder that consists of particles that are only 180 nanometers in size.

    Get Price
  • Dental Polymers

    2019-2-13u2002·u2002Dental appliances have been made from a long list of materials, some stranger than others. Early American presidents had replacement teeth made of wood and animal teeth. Eventually, metals were used– often an amalgam of liquid (elemental) mercury and a …

    Get Price
  • New Polymer-Chemical Developments in Clinical Dental ...

    technician to fabricate, for example, dentures. Polymers have been widely used in dental materials for many years. Typical polymer-based technical materials are artificial teeth, den-ture bases, or denture liners. These materials should be rela-tively cheap, have to meet the esthetic and toxicological requirements, and must be easy to apply.

    Get Price
  • The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry

    The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry. The replacement of traditional metal and alloy materials used within dentistry with biomaterials has continued to gain attention by researchers around the world. Researchers have found that polymeric materials offer excellent mechanical and biological properties that are ideal for dental ...

    Get Price
  • Comparing Three Ceramic Materials for Digital Dentistry

    2020-2-18u2002·u2002Other studies have noted that while lithium disilicate offers greater bond strength, the advantages of resin-matrix ceramics include less abrasion to the opposing dentition and decreased chairtime because there is no need for oven sintering. 16,19 To recap, this new generation of polymer-based materials combines the advantages of ceramics ...

    Get Price
  • Comparison of human enamel and polymer-infiltrated

    2016-7-1u2002·u2002The nano-mechanical behaviours of both materials were analysed via nanoindentation. Maximum nanoindentation loads of 1000, 2000 and 3000 μN were applied with holding times of 90 s.The rate of loading and unloading was 200 μN/s.The reduced elastic moduli and nanohardness of the enamel and PICN specimens were measured using the conventional Oliver and Pharr approach, .

    Get Price
  • Nano composite of aluminum oxide and polymer is strong ...

    Shells, bones, and tooth enamel all consist of stiff ceramic platelets arranged in a polymer matrix like bricks in mortar. In their efforts to create strong yet light materials, chemists and materials scientists have long tried to mimic nanostructures found in nature. A nano composite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter, and is suitable for dental material and ...

    Get Price
  • Morphology and structure of polymer layers protecting ...

    2012-10-1u2002·u2002The polymers propylene glycol alginate (PGA), highly esterified pectin (HP) and gum arabic (GA) were highly effective in protecting dental enamel against citric acid induced dental erosion. Nevertheless, until now the morphology and structure of such protective polymer layers are unknown. The aim of our study was, therefore, to use combined ...

    Get Price
  • Tribological characteristics of enamel–dental material ...

    2015-4-29u2002·u2002the market composite dental materials under sliding friction. 2. Materials and methods The paper presents an analysis of the tribological characteristics of enamel and two composite materials intended for permanent dental fillings: Estelite Sigma (Tokuyama Dental, Japan – ES) – light-cured compos-ite containing fillers in the form of ...

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-24u2002·u2002Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth SCHOTT expands portfolio of glass powders for dental composites Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first

    Get Price
  • Nano fine glass powder for beautiful teeth

    2009-3-27u2002·u2002Landshut (Germany) March 24, 2009 — SCHOTT is the world's leading manufacturer of special glass powders for dental fillings made of composite materials. At the IDS, the international technology group presented the world's first 'NanoFine' dental glass powder that consists of particles that are only 180 nanometers in size.

    Get Price
  • Dental Polymers

    2019-2-13u2002·u2002Dental appliances have been made from a long list of materials, some stranger than others. Early American presidents had replacement teeth made of wood and animal teeth. Eventually, metals were used– often an amalgam of liquid (elemental) mercury and a …

    Get Price
  • New Polymer-Chemical Developments in Clinical Dental ...

    technician to fabricate, for example, dentures. Polymers have been widely used in dental materials for many years. Typical polymer-based technical materials are artificial teeth, den-ture bases, or denture liners. These materials should be rela-tively cheap, have to meet the esthetic and toxicological requirements, and must be easy to apply.

    Get Price
  • The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry

    The Developments of Polymer Materials in Dentistry. The replacement of traditional metal and alloy materials used within dentistry with biomaterials has continued to gain attention by researchers around the world. Researchers have found that polymeric materials offer excellent mechanical and biological properties that are ideal for dental ...

    Get Price
  • Comparing Three Ceramic Materials for Digital Dentistry

    2020-2-18u2002·u2002Other studies have noted that while lithium disilicate offers greater bond strength, the advantages of resin-matrix ceramics include less abrasion to the opposing dentition and decreased chairtime because there is no need for oven sintering. 16,19 To recap, this new generation of polymer-based materials combines the advantages of ceramics ...

    Get Price