1 edition of Polymeric materials in dentistry found in the catalog.
Polymeric materials in dentistry
Irini D. Sideridou
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Irini D. Sideridou|
|Series||Dental science, materials and technology, Dental science, materials and technology series|
|LC Classifications||RK655.5 .S53 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||2010003162|
DENTAL MATERIALS AND THEIR SELECTION - 3rd Ed. () Front Matter Title Page Edited by William J. O'Brien, PhD, FADM Professor, Department of Biologic and Materials Sciences Director, Biomaterials Graduate Program School of Dentistry University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Quintessence Publishing Co, Inc. The book comprises recent innovations and developments in various high performance applications of advanced polymeric materials. It is a compilation of work from eminent academicians and scientists and the chapters provide insight into the effect of tailoring the polymeric systems, blending matrices with nano / micro fillers for improved performance Missing: dentistry.
The major groups of implantable materials for dentistry are titanium and alloys, cobalt chromium alloys, austenitic Fe-Cr-Ni-Mo steels, tantalum, niobium and zirconium alloys, precious metals, ceramics, and polymeric materials. Dental implant abutments can be made of different materials including titanium, gold, zirconia, alumina, and polymeric materials. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) is a high performance thermoplastic polymer that can be used as a dental implant abutment material. It has an elastic modulus comparable to bone and can reduce stress by: 9.
Polymeric materials are also used for medical adhesives and sealants and for coatings that serve a variety of functions (see Chapters 8, “Adhesives,” and 9, “Coatings,” in this hand-book for details). Ceramics. Traditionally, ceramics have seen widescale use as restorative materials in dentistry. These include materials for crowns. Polymeric Materials in Dentistry Due to their wide applicability and various advantageous properties, polymeric materials (PMs) have become increasingly incorporated into biomedical applications. Within dentistry, some of the most used PMs include polyethylene, polymethyl methacrylate, polycarbonate, polyethylene glycol, polyurethane and hexamethyldisilazane, to .
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Polymeric Materials in Dentistry (Dental Science, Materials and Technology): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Braden and his coauthors give a comprehensive overview of the use of polymers and polymer composites as dental materials.
These comprise polyelectrolyte based materials, elastomers, glassy and crystalline polymers and fibres. Such materials are used in dentistry as restorative materials, hard and. The physical and mechanical properties of the cured base denture can be optimized by the proper selection of an initiator, plasticizer, pigment and cross-linking agents (di- or trifunctional methacrylates) The developing of the redox initiators for the polymerization of methacrylates at room temperature made possible the direct application of these materials Polymeric materials in dentistry book filling resins.
This book has been written in an effort to emphasize the use of polymeric materials in dentistry Price Range: $ - $ These comprise polyelectrolyte based materials, elastomers, glassy and crystalline polymers and fibres.
Such materials are used in dentistry as restorative materials, hard and soft prostheses, and impression materials. The chemistry of materials is reviewed, together with mechanical, thermal, visco-elastic and water solution properties.
One of the largest libraries of free dental books, journals and videos. Polymeric Materials: Surfaces, Interfaces and Bioapplications % This special issue “Polymeric Materials: Surfaces, Interfaces and Bioapplications” was proposed to cover all the aspects related to recent innovations on surfaces, interfaces and bioapplications of polymeric materials.
Filling cavities with a dental restorative material is the most common treatment, and glass ionomer cements are the main fluoride ion release restorative materials. The goal of this study was to develop a restorative compound with superior fluoride ion release and recharge abilities.
Dental polymer composites are tooth-coloured restorative materials that consist of an organic polymer matrix, inorganic filler particles, silane coupling agents.
Polymers have a major role in most areas of restorative dentistry. The most widely used impression materials are elastomeric polymers. Another major type of polymeric dental material is the composite filling material for anterior teeth.
Removable dentures are made from acrylic resin and other : Saime Şahin. The developing of the redox initiators for the polymerisation of methacrylates at room temperature made possible the direct application of these materials as filling resins.
This book has been written in an effort to emphasise the use of polymeric materials in : Irini D. Sideridou. This book is a reflection of the progress in Oral Health Sciences, practices and dentistry indicating the direction in which this stream of knowledge and education is likely to head forward.
The book covers areas of General Dentistry, Paediatric and Preventive Dentistry, Geriatric and Prosthodontics, Orthodontics, Periodontology, Conservative. A wide variety of these materials ranging from dental cements, resins, metals, and alloys to ceramic materials are used in dentistry.
Metals and alloys commonly used in dentistry include titanium (Ti) and their alloys such as nickel-titanium (NiTi), stainless steel, cobalt-chrome alloys, nickel-chrome, gold-based alloys, or dental amalgam .Cited by: 7.
Ranging from polymeric materials for dental and maxillofacial application to joint repair and replacement, polymeric composites, and tissue engineering, the book also examines topics that are common to both dental and orthopedic fields, such as Format: Hardcover. polymers and polymers with high mechanical strength.
The synthesis and applications of polymers containing inorganic atoms: Main group containing polymers: polysiloxanes, polysilanes, polyphosphazenes. Transition metal containing polymers. Organic-inorganic hybrid materials Organometallic magnetsMissing: dentistry. The majority of dental procedures currently utilized in clinical dentistry depend on the close interaction of polymeric materials with dental tissues.
In fact, the den-tal matrix itself is. The use of polymers for dental purposes started with the invention of vulcanised rubber. The development of the dough technique made it possible to use polyacrylates in dentistry. This book has been written in an effort to emphasise the use of polymeric materials in dentistry.
Polymeric resins are increasing in use for restoring and replacing tooth structure and missing teeth. These resins can be bonded with other resins, directly to tooth structure, or to other restorative materials such as amalgam.
If all teeth are missing, a denture base with attached denture teeth can be made to restore chewing ability. Materials Science for Dentistry, Tenth Edition, is a standard resource for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in dentistry.
It provides fundamental coverage of the materials on which dentistry depends, covering the structure and chemistry that govern the behavior and performance of materials. Over the past decade, polymeric materials for clinical dental applications have been developed with excellent properties and various functionalities.
This review outlines the present understanding and design of polymeric dental materials based on structure–property–function relationships.
First, the chemistrCited by: Thermoplastic materials such as polyamides (nylon), acetal resins, epoxy resins, polystyrene, polycarbonate resins, polyurethane and acrylic thermoplastic resins were introduced in dentistry as an alternative to classic resins, which have major disadvantages such as the toxicity of the residual monomer, awkward wrapping system and difficult by: 1.
Although, the term “biocomposites” is popularly referred to resin-based composites, most of dental restorative materials such as ceramics and polymer blends, by definition, are also fallen in this category.
In this chapter, we review the basic chemistry of biocomposites and. Applications of Nanocomposite Materials in Dentistry presents the study and developments of nano-composite materials for dental applications.
Special emphasis is given to the issues related to dental bone regeneration using various types of nano-composite materials, issues of dental failure, antibacterial properties and dental implants.This Special Issue will focus on enhancing antimicrobial and mechanical properties of polymeric materials and composites for dentistry.
In recent years, special attention has been focused on the possibility of giving materials new or improved properties by the introduction of nano or submicron size additives, such as particles, fibers or whiskers.
Dental polymers 1. DENTAL POLYMERSPRESENTED BY, SMIJAL 2. CONTENTS Resins used in Dentistry Classification of Resins Polymerization Classification of Polymers Stages of Polymerization Inhibition of Polymerization Physical properties of polymers 3.