Dental Biomaterials, An Issue of Dental Clinics of North America, E-Book

 
 
Elsevier (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 9. Dezember 2017
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  • 100 Seiten
 
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This issue of Dental Clinics of North America focuses on Dental Materials, and is edited by Drs. Jack Ferracane, Luiz E. Bertassoni, and Carmem S. Pfeifer. Articles will include: Tooth: Its structure and properties; Dental light curing; Bioactive dental materials having remineralizing or antimicrobial characteristics; Materials for regenerating dental pulp and soft tissues; Dental adhesives; Polymer-based direct filling materials; Dental impression materials and techniques; Dental ceramics for restoration and metal-veneering; Dental cements for luting and bonding restorations; Bone augmentation materials; Dental implants, and more!
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978-0-323-54661-4 (9780323546614)
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  • Front Cover
  • Biomaterials for OralHealth
  • Copyright
  • Contributors
  • EDITORS
  • AUTHORS
  • Contents
  • Preface: Biomaterials for Oral Health
  • The Tooth: Its Structure and Properties
  • Bioactive Dental Composites and Bonding Agents Having Remineralizing and Antibacterial Characteristics
  • Advanced Scaffolds for Dental Pulp and Periodontal Regeneration
  • An Overview of Dental Adhesive Systems and the Dynamic Tooth-Adhesive Interface
  • Polymer-based Direct Filling Materials
  • Light Curing in Dentistry
  • Dental Impression Materials and Techniques
  • Dental Ceramics for Restoration and Metal Veneering
  • Dental Cements for Luting and Bonding Restorations: Self-Adhesive Resin Cements
  • Biomaterials for Craniofacial Bone Regeneration
  • Dental Implants
  • DENTAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
  • FORTHCOMING ISSUES
  • January 2018
  • April 2018
  • July 2018
  • RECENT ISSUES
  • July 2017
  • April 2017
  • January 2017
  • Preface: Biomaterials for Oral Health
  • The Tooth
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • DAMAGE AND FLAWS
  • IMPORTANT COMPONENTS OF STRUCTURE
  • PROPERTIES OF IMPORTANCE
  • AGING
  • ORAL ENVIRONMENT
  • SUMMARY
  • REFERENCES
  • Bioactive Dental Composites and Bonding Agents Having Remineralizing and Antibacterial Characteristics
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • DENTAL COMPOSITES AND ADHESIVES WITH REMINERALIZING PROPERTIES
  • RECHARGEABLE COMPOSITE AND ADHESIVE WITH LONG-TERM CALCIUM OR PHOSPHATE ION RELEASE
  • ANTIBACTERIAL DENTAL COMPOSITES AND BONDING AGENTS
  • PROTEIN REPELLENT AND ANTIBACTERIAL COMPOSITES, ADHESIVES, AND CEMENTS
  • BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF ANTIBACTERIAL AND REMINERALIZING RESINS
  • SUMMARY
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • Advanced Scaffolds for Dental Pulp and Periodontal Regeneration
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • DENTAL STEM CELLS
  • Dental Stem Cells in Deciduous and Adult Teeth
  • Stem Cells in Periodontal Tissues and Dental Follicles
  • ADVANCED BIOMATERIALS FOR DENTAL PULP REGENERATION
  • Pulpal Disease
  • Evoked Bleeding: The First Step Toward Dental Pulp Regeneration
  • Antibiotic-Eluting Polymer Nanofibers for Intracanal Drug Delivery
  • Advanced Scaffolds and Regenerative Strategies
  • Cell-Free Approaches for Dental Pulp Regeneration
  • Clinical Translation
  • ADVANCED BIOMATERIALS FOR PERIODONTAL REGENERATION
  • Periodontal Disease
  • Traditional Membranes for Periodontal Regeneration
  • Membranes with therapeutic properties
  • Antimicrobial
  • Calcium Phosphates and Bioactive Glass
  • Growth Factors
  • Multilayered membranes and multiphasic patient-specific scaffolds
  • SUMMARY
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • An Overview of Dental Adhesive Systems and the Dynamic Tooth-Adhesive Interface
  • Key points
  • CLASSIFICATION OF CONTEMPORARY DENTAL ADHESIVE SYSTEMS
  • THE CHEMISTRY OF DENTAL ADHESIVES SYSTEMS
  • ADHESIVE BONDING MECHANISMS TO ENAMEL AND DENTIN
  • Bonding to Enamel
  • Bonding to Dentin
  • THE ORAL BIOFILM AND THE DEGRADATION OF DENTAL ADHESIVE INTERFACES
  • DEGRADATION OF DENTAL ADHESIVE INTERFACES: BIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • The Stability of Dental Resin Chemistry
  • The Breakdown of Dentin: Host Response Mechanism
  • CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN USING CONTEMPORARY ADHESIVE SYSTEMS
  • Substrate
  • Material
  • Compatibility to Luting Cements
  • Preventive and Therapeutic Sealants
  • THE FUTURE FOR ADHESIVE SYSTEMS: TECHNOLOGICAL AND FUNDAMENTAL TRENDS
  • Chemistry of Adhesive Systems
  • Biologically Driven Strategies
  • SUMMARY
  • REFERENCES
  • Polymer-Based Direct Filling Materials
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • THE EVOLUTION OF FILLER SYSTEMS
  • NEWER MONOMERS AND LOW SHRINKAGE, LOW STRESS COMPOSITES
  • BULK FILL MATERIALS
  • SELF-ADHESIVE COMPOSITES AND RESIN CEMENTS
  • TOXICITY AND THE BISPHENOL A CONTROVERSY
  • SUMMARY AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • Light Curing in Dentistry
  • Key points
  • RADIOMETRIC TERMINOLOGY
  • HEALTH AND SAFETY ISSUES
  • Electromagnetic Risk from Curing Lights
  • The Blue Light Hazard
  • Temperature Considerations
  • Budget Curing Lights and Unregulated Medical Devices
  • LIGHT CURING OF RESTORATIVE RESINS
  • Electromagnetic Energy and the Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • The Photoinitiator Molecule and Free Radical Generation
  • High-Output Curing Lights and Stress Development During Polymerization
  • Soft Start Exposures
  • EVOLUTION OF DENTAL CURING LIGHTS
  • Ultraviolet Versus Blue Light
  • Quartz-Tungsten-Halogen Lights
  • Plasma Arc Lights
  • Argon Ion Lasers
  • Light-Emitting Diode Technology
  • First-Generation Light-Emitting Diode Lights
  • Second-Generation Light-Emitting Diode Lights
  • Third-Generation Light-Emitting Diode Lights: Multiwave, Multipeak, and Polywave
  • "Turbo" Light Guides
  • Batteries
  • MEASURING AND REPORTING THE LIGHT OUTPUT
  • Radiant Exitance (Irradiance) Versus Radiant Power
  • Light Beam Uniformity
  • Curing Light Output Monitoring
  • Handheld "Dental Radiometers"
  • PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR LIGHT CURING DENTAL RESINS IN THE MOUTH
  • If My Curing Light Delivers Twice the Irradiance, Can I halve the Time Spent Light Curing?
  • Light Guide Tip Diameter
  • Distance to Target
  • Size of the Curing Light and Clinical Access
  • Impact of Infection Control Methods
  • Effect of Training
  • GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • Dental Impression Materials and Techniques
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
  • CLASSIFICATION OF IMPRESSION MATERIALS
  • IRREVERSIBLE HYDROCOLLOIDS (ALGINATE)
  • POLYETHERS
  • POLYVINYL SILOXANES
  • VINYL SILOXANETHER (VINYL POLYETHER SILOXANE)
  • HYDROPHILIC POLYVINYL SILOXANE
  • FAST-SET ELASTOMERIC MATERIALS
  • ALGINATE SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS
  • DISINFECTION OF CONVENTIONAL IMPRESSIONS
  • GINGIVAL DISPLACEMENT
  • TRAY SELECTION
  • Custom Versus Stock Trays
  • Dual-arch Impression Trays
  • DELIVERY SYSTEMS OF IMPRESSION MATERIALS
  • DIGITAL IMPRESSIONS
  • CEREC (Sirona, Dentsply)
  • Planscan (Planmeca, USA)
  • True Definition Scanner (3M ESPE, United States)
  • Trios 3 (3 Shape, Denmark)
  • iTero Element (Align Technology, United States)
  • CS 3600 (Carestream, United States)
  • Current evidence for Intraoral Scanners
  • Future of impression technology
  • REFERENCES
  • Dental Ceramics for Restoration and Metal Veneering
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • THE HISTORY OF DENTAL CERAMICS
  • THE STATE-OF-THE-ART DENTAL CERAMICS
  • Porcelain
  • Glass-Ceramics
  • Polycrystalline Ceramics
  • New Classes of Materials
  • MATERIALS DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
  • Material Properties
  • Microstructure
  • Residual Stresses
  • Monolithic Versus Veneered Structures
  • Layer Thickness
  • Tooth Contact Conditions
  • Tooth Size and Shape
  • Substrate Modulus
  • Surface State
  • SUMMARY
  • REFERENCES
  • Dental Cements for Luting and Bonding Restorations
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CHEMISTRY AND CURING MECHANISM
  • PH-NEUTRALIZATION, SORPTION, AND SOLUBILITY
  • MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
  • BONDING TO RELEVANT SUBSTRATES
  • Natural Dental Substrates: Enamel and Dentin
  • Ceramic Substrates
  • CLINICAL PERFORMANCE OF SELF-ADHESIVE RESIN CEMENTS
  • SUMMARY
  • REFERENCES
  • Biomaterials for Craniofacial Bone Regeneration
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • BIOCERAMICS
  • Calcium Phosphate Scaffolds and Cements
  • Bioinorganic Substitution of Calcium Phosphate Materials and Bioglasses
  • BIOPOLYMERS
  • Natural Polymers
  • Synthetic Polymers
  • BIOMATERIALS FOR CONTROLLED DELIVERY
  • Growth Factor Delivery
  • Stem Cell Delivery
  • Gene Delivery
  • 3D PRINTING AND BIOPRINTING
  • SUMMARY
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • Dental Implants
  • Key points
  • INTRODUCTION
  • INFLATED SUCCESS RATES
  • TOOTH LOCATION
  • INSERTION TORQUE
  • NECK DESIGN
  • SHORT IMPLANTS
  • BONE AUGMENTATION
  • IMPLANT WIDTH
  • TAPERED IMPLANT WIDTH
  • PLATFORM SWITCHING
  • INTERNAL VERSUS EXTERNAL CONNECTION
  • CERAMIC IMPLANTS/ABUTMENTS
  • SURFACE ROUGHNESS/COATINGS
  • REFERENCES

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