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Craig's Restorative Dental Materials

ISBN-10: 0323036066
ISBN-13: 9780323036061
Edition: 12th 2006 (Revised)
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Description: Using a problem-solving approach, the authors provide information on restorative dental materials giving insight into both the fundamentals and the latest practical knowledge in the field. New chapters on 'Dental Implants' and 'Tissue Engineering'  More...

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List price: $92.95
Edition: 12th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
Publication date: 2/24/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 656
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.596
Language: English

Using a problem-solving approach, the authors provide information on restorative dental materials giving insight into both the fundamentals and the latest practical knowledge in the field. New chapters on 'Dental Implants' and 'Tissue Engineering' are featured, as well as mind maps to aid revision.

Scope and History of Restorative Materials
Scope of Materials Covered in Restorative Dentistry
Basic Sciences Applied to Restorative Materials
Application of Various Sciences
History
Early History
Medieval and Early Modern Period
Beginning of Dental Science-1600 to 1840
The Period of Mechanical Improvement-1840 to 1900
Advances Since 1900
Future Developments in Biomaterials
Applied Surface Phenomena
Characterization of Solid Surfaces
The Colloidal State
Nature of Colloids
Typical Colloid Systems
Gels
Syneresis
Emulsions
Diffusion Through Membranes and Osmotic Pressure
Adsorption, Absorption, and Sorption
Surface Tension and Wetting
Capillary Rise
Penetration Coefficient
Isolated Capillaries
Forces Involved in Denture Retention
Adhesion
Optical, Thermal, and Electrical Properties
Optical Properties
Color
Measurement of Color
Pigmentation
Metamerism
Fluorescence
Opacity, Translucency, and Transparency
Index of Refraction
Optical Constants
Thermal Properties
Temperature
Transition Temperatures
Heat of Fusion
Thermal Conductivity
Specific Heat
Thermal Diffusivity
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion
Electrical Properties
Electrical Conductivity and Resistivity
Dielectric Constant
Electromotive Force
Galvanism
Electrochemical Corrosion
Zeta-Potential
Other Properties
Tarnish and Discoloration
Water Sorption
Solubility and Disintegration
Setting Time
Shelf Life
Mechanical Properties
Force
Occlusal Forces
Forces on Restoration
Stress
Types of Stress
Strain
Stress-Strain Curves
Proportional and Elastic Limits
Yield Strength
Ultimate Strength
Fracture Strength
Elongation
Elastic Modulus
Poisson's Ratio
Ductility and Malleability
Resilience
Toughness
Fracture Toughness
Properties and Stress-Strain Curves
Other Mechanical Properties
Tensile Properties Of Brittle Materials
Compressive Properties
Shear Strength
Bond Strength
Flexure
Flexural Strength
Permanent Bending
Torsion
Fatigue Strength
Viscoelasticity
Fluid Behavior and Viscosity
Viscosity and Time and Temperature
Viscoelastic Materials
Mechanical Models of Viscoelasticity
Creep Compliance
Dynamic Mechanical Properties
Dynamic Modulus
Impact Strength
Tear Strength and Tear Energy
Mechanical Properties of Composites
Surface Mechanical Properties
Hardness
Nano-Indentation
Friction
Wear
Stress Analysis and Design of Dental Structures
Two-Dimensional Photoelasticity
Finite Element Analysis
Summary
Specifications for Restorative Materials
American Dental Association Specifications
American Dental Association Acceptance Program
Index of Federal Specifications and Standards
Biocompatibility of Dental Materials
Anatomical and Pathological Aspects of Oral Tissues
The Tooth
Bone
Periodontium
Gingiva and Mucosa
Measuring Biocompatibility
In Vitro Tests
Animal Tests
Usage Tests
Correlation Among in Vitro, Animal, and Usage Tests
Using in Vitro, Animal, and Usage Tests Together
Standards That Regulate the Measurement of Biocompatibility
Biocompatibility of Dental Materials
Reactions of Pulp
Reaction of Other Oral Soft Tissues to Restorative Materials
Reaction of Bone and Soft Tissues to Implant Materials
Summary
Nature of Metals and Alloys
Chemical and Atomic Structure of Metals
Atomic Structure
Physical Properties of Metals
Alloys and Principles of Metallurgy
Phase Diagrams and Dental Alloys
Alloy Microstructure
Properties of Alloys
Alloy Strengthening Mechanisms
Properties of Casting Alloys
Properties of Wrought Alloys
Polymers and Polymerization
Basic Nature of Polymers
Chemical Composition
Molecular Weight
Spatial Structure
Preparation of Polymers
Addition Polymerization
Condensation Polymerization
Other Polymers
Preventive Materials
Chemotherapeutic Agents
Dentifrices
Mouthwashes
Fluoride Varnishes
Pit and Fissure Sealants
Resin Sealants
Glass Ionomer Sealants
Flowable Composite Sealants
Glass Ionomers
Composition and Reaction
Properties
Manipulation
Hybrid Ionomers
Composition and Reaction
Properties
Manipulation
Athletic Mouth Protectors
Properties
Fabrication of Custom-Made Protectors, Preparing a Mouth-Formed Mouth Protector
Care of Athletic Mouth Protectors
Other Applications for Vacuum-Forming
Resin Composite Restorative Materials
Multipurpose Composites
Composition
Polymerization Reaction
Packaging of Composites
Properties of Composites
Overview
Physical Properties
Mechanical Properties
Clinical Properties
Manipulation of Composites
Pulpal Protection
Etching and Bonding
Dispensing
Placement
Polymerization
Finishing and Polishing
Composites for Special Applications
Microfilled Composites
Packable Composites
Flowable Composites
Laboratory Composites
Core Composites
Provisional Composites
Compomers
Composition and Setting Reaction
Properties
Manipulation
Light-Curing Units
Overview
Quartz-Tungsten-Halogen Light-Curing Units
Plasma-Arc Light-Curing Units
Blue Light-Emitting Diodes
Bonding to Dental Substrates
Principles of Adhesion
Adhesive Joints
Adhesion Versus Bond Strength
Interface Formation for Adhesion
Mechanisms of Interfacial Debonding
Measurements of Bond Strength
Characterization of Human Enamel and Dentin
Structure and Morphology of Enamel
Structure and Morphology of Dentin
Bonding Agents for Direct Resin Composites
Overview
Composition
Properties
Manipulation
Bonding Systems for Other Substrates
Amalgam
Laboratory Composites
Ceramic
Composite Bonded to Cast Alloys
Repair of Composite, Ceramic, and Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Amalgam
Dental Amalgam Alloys
Composition and Morphology
Production
Silver-Tin Alloy
Amalgamation Processes
Low-Copper Alloys
High-Copper Alloys
Microstructure of Amalgam
Properties of Amalgam
ANSI/ADA Specification No. 1 for Amalgam Alloy
Physical and Mechanical Properties
Properties of Mercury
Manipulation of Amalgam
Selection of Alloy
Proportions of Alloy to Mercury
Mixing of Amalgam
Condensation of Amalgam
Factors Related to Finishing Amalgam Restorations
Bonding of Amalgam
Mercury and Biocompatibility Issues
Sources of Mercury
Forms of Mercury
Concentrations of Mercury
Allergic Reactions and Disease
Risks to Dentists and Office Personnel
Impression Materials
Purpose of Impression Materials
Desirable Qualities
Types of Impression Materials
Alginate Hydrocolloids
Composition and Chemistry
Proportioning and Mixing
Properties
Agar Hydrocolloids
Chemical Ingredients
Clinical Manipulation of the Sol-Gel
Properties
Duplicating Impression Materials
Elastomeric Impression Materials
Consistencies
Mixing Systems
Impression Techniques
Composition and Reactions
Setting Properties
Mechanical Properties
Wettability and Hydrophilization of Elastomeric Impression Materials
Disinfection of Elastomeric Impressions
Relationship of Properties and Clinical Application
Occlusal Registration Materials
Elastomeric Registration Materials
Wax Registrations
Edentulous Impression Techniques
Impression Compound
Impression Trays
Die, Cast, and Model Materials
Desirable Qualities of a Cast or Die Material
Dental Plaster and Stone
Epoxy Die Materials
Comparison of Impression and Die Materials
Gypsum Products and Investments
Chemical and Physical Nature of Gypsum Products
Manufacture of Dental Plaster, Stone, and High-Strength Stone
Chemical Reaction
Properties
Setting Time
Viscosity
Compressive Strength
Surface Hardness and Abrasion Resistance
Reproduction of Detail
Setting Expansion
Manipulation
Casting Investments
Properties Required of an Investment
Composition
Calcium Sulfate-Bonded Investments
Properties of Calcium Sulfate-Bonded Investments
Effect of Temperature on Investment
Setting Expansion of Calcium Sulfate-Bonded Investment
Thermal and Hygroscopic Casting Investment
Hygroscopic-Thermal Gold Casting Investment
Investment for Casting High-Melting Point Alloys
Brazing Investment
Investment for All-Ceramic Restorations
Waxes
Waxes, Gums, Fats, and Resins
Natural Waxes
Synthetic Waxes
Gums
Fats
Resins
Characteristic Properties of Waxes
Melting Range
Thermal Expansion
Mechanical Properties
Flow
Residual Stress
Ductility
Dental Waxes
Inlay Pattern Wax
Casting Wax
Resin Modeling Material
Baseplate Wax
Boxing Wax
Utility Wax
Sticky Wax
Corrective Impression Wax
Occlusal (Bite) Registration Wax
Noble Dental Alloys and Solders
Metallic Elements Used in Dental Alloys
Noble Metals
Base Metals
Binary Combinations of Metals
Casting Alloys
Types and Composition
Grain Size
Properties
Gold-Based Alloys for Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Wrought Alloys
Microstructure
Composition
Properties
Solders and Soldering Operations
Types of Solders
Microstructure of Soldered Joints
Cast and Wrought Base-Metal Alloys
General Requirements of a Dental Alloy
Cobalt-Chromium and Nickel-Chromium Casting Alloys
ANSI/ADA Specification No. 14
Composition
Microstructure of Cast Base-Metal Alloys
Heat Treatment of Base-Metal Alloys
Physical Properties
Mechanical Properties
Corrosion
Crown and Bridge Casting Alloys
Other Applications of Cast Base-Metal Alloys
Titanium and Titanium Alloys
Commercially Pure Titanium
Titanium Alloys: General
Ti-6al-4v
Cast Titanium
Other Applications of Wrought Titanium
Wrought Stainless Steel Alloys
Composition
Function of Alloying Elements and Chemical Resistance
Stress-Relieving Treatments
Stainless Steel Orthodontic Wires
Stainless Steel Endodontic Instruments
Nickel-Titanium Endodontic Instruments
Base-Metal Prefabricated Crowns
Wrought Cobalt-Chromium-Nickel Alloy
Composition
Processing and Manipulation
Properties
Wrought Nickel-Titanium Alloy
Composition and Shape-Memory Effect
Properties and Manipulation
Wrought Beta-Titanium Alloy
Composition and Microstructure
Manipulation
Properties
Other Orthodontic Wires
Summary of Orthodontic Wires
Some Other Alloys
Casting and Soldering Procedures
Casting
Lost-Wax Technique
Formation of the Wax Pattern
Spruing the Wax Pattern
Investing the Wax Pattern
Burnout of the Wax Pattern
Casting Procedure
Special Casting Situations
Casting Problems
Cleaning and Pickling Alloys
Soldering Techniques
General Suggestions for Soldering
Infrared Soldering
Casting and Soldering Fluxes
Noble and High-Noble Alloys
Chromium-Containing Alloys
Ceramics
Historical Background
Classification of Dental Ceramics
Fusion Temperature
Applications
Fabrication Technique
Crystalline Phase
Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Composition and Manufacture
Composition
Manufacture
Processing
All-Ceramic Restorations
Sintered All-Ceramic Materials
Slip-Cast All-Ceramic Materials
Machinable All-Ceramic Materials
General Applications of Ceramics in Restorative Dentistry
Ceramic-Metal Crowns and Fixed Partial Dentures
All-Ceramic Crowns, Inlays, Onlays, And Veneers
Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Dental Ceramics
Toughening Methods
Test Methods
Comparative Data
Optical Properties of Dental Ceramics
Properties of Porcelain Denture Teeth
Ceramic-Metal Systems
Requirements for a Ceramic-Metal System
Ceramic-Metal Bonding
Evaluation of Ceramic-Metal Bonding
Ceramics for Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Alloys for Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Composition and Properties of Noble-Metal Alloys
Composition and Properties of Base-Metal Alloys
Preparation of Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Effect of Design on Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Failure and Repair of Ceramic-Metal Restorations
Cements
Characteristic Properties of Dental Cements
Film Thickness and Consistency
Viscosity
Setting Time
Strength
Solubility
Water-Based Cements
Glass Ionomer Cement
Resin-Modified Glass Ionomer Cement
Zinc Polyacrylate Cement
Zinc Phosphate Cement
Resin-Based Cements
Composites and Adhesive Resins
Compomers
Oil-Based Cements
Zinc Oxide-Eugenol and Noneugenol Cements
Cavity Varnishes
Composition
Manipulation
Properties
Applications
Cavity Liners
Composition and Chemistry of Setting
Manipulation
Properties
High-Strength Bases
Properties
Prosthetic Applications of Polymers
Properties of Denture Base Materials
Physical Form and Composition
Other Denture Materials
ANSI/ADA Specification No. 12 (ISO 1567) for Denture Base Resins
Properties of Dental Plastics
Strength Properties
Thermal Characteristics
Other Properties of Denture Polymers
Manipulation and Processing of Denture Base Polymers
Heat-Accelerated Acrylic Denture Polymers
Chemically Accelerated Acrylic Denture Polymers-Compression Molding
Fluid Resin Acrylic Denture Polymers
Light-Cured Denture Polymers
Factors Involved in Denture Retention
Effect of Auxiliary Materials on Denture Polymers
Repair Materials
Relining and Rebasing Dentures
Denture Teeth
ANSI/ADA Specification No. 15 (ISO 22112) for Synthetic Denture Teeth
Maxillofacial Materials
Poly(Methyl Methacrylate)
Polyurethane
Room Temperature-Vulcanized Silicones
Other Elastomers
Fabrication of the Prostheses
Physical Properties
Dental Implants
History
Classification
Subperiosteal Implant
Transosteal Implant
Endosseous Implant
Osseointegration and Biointegration
Factors Affecting the Endosteal Implant
Geometry
Magnitude of the Force
Duration of the Force
Type of Force
Implant Diameter
Implant Length
Surfaces and Biocompatibility
Ion Release
Surfaces
Implant Materials and Processing
Challenges and the Future
Tissue Engineering
History
Autograft
Allograft
Xenograft
Alloplasts
Strategies for Tissue Engineering
Injection of Cells
Guided Tissue Regeneration
Cell Induction
Cells within Scaffold Matrices
Stem Cells
Biomaterials and Scaffolds
Biological Materials
Ceramic and Glass Materials
Polymeric Materials
Cell Culture Methods
Tissue-Engineered Dental Tissues
Conversion Tables
Mind Maps
Index

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