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Dental Biomaterials (eBook)

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The contents of this book touch on the all major dental biomaterials: polymers, composites, ceramics and metals. The first part introduces the readers to the surface physicochemical and mechanical characterizations at the nanoscopic level, and the use of finite element analysis. The second part discusses dental adhesion, resin-based composites, polymerization contraction stress, impression materials and soft liners for total prosthesis. The third part deals with ceramics in restorative dentistry: zirconia and lithium disilicate, the fractography of dental ceramics, as well as bioglass for bone growth. The fourth part discusses the toxicity of mercury in dentistry, and the use of preventive materials for dental diseases. The concluding part identifies imminent techniques for dental biomaterials, such as additive manufacturing (3D printing), and bioprinting in dentistry.

Contents:
  • Surface Analysis Techniques for Dental Materials (Edward Sacher and Rodrigo França)
  • Nanoindentation Techniques in Dental Biomaterials (Mohammad Aramfard and Chuang Deng)
  • Finite Element Analysis in Dentistry (Josete B C Meira, Alice N Jikihara, Pavel Capetillo, Marina G Roscoe, Paolo M Cattaneo, and Rafael Y Ballester)
  • Preventive Dental Materials (Larissa Bubnowicz and Rodrigo França)
  • Mercury Toxicity (Gelson Luis Adabo)
  • Zirconia in Dentistry (Paulo Francisco Cesar, Susana Salazar-Marocho, Erick de Lima, Lucas Hian da Silva, Karen Fukushima, and Ranulfo Benedito de Paula Miranda)
  • Lithium Disilicate-Based Glass-Ceramics (Rodrigo França)
  • Fractography of Dental Ceramics (Susanne S Scherrer)
  • Bioactive Glasses for the Development of Dental Restorative Materials (José Bauer, Ceci Nunes Carvalho, Edilausson Moreno Carvalho, and Rodrigo França)
  • Dental Adhesives (Marcelo Giannini, Patrícia Makishi, Ronaldo Hirata, and Carolina Bosso André)
  • Dental Composites — Chemistry and Composition (Carmem S Pfeifer)
  • Development of Polymerization Contraction Stresses in Resin-Based Composites (Roberto Ruggiero Braga, Marcela Charantola Rodrigues, and Yvette Alania)
  • Flexible Impression Materials (Charlene S Solomon)
  • Resilient Liners for Removable Prosthesis (Igor J Pesun)
  • 3D Printing — Additive Manufacturing of Dental Biomaterials (Rodrigo França, Jeff Winkler, Helen H Hsu, Maedeh Rahimnejad, and Zahra Abdali)

Readership: The book will be of great value to pathologists, oncologists and oncologic surgeons, residents in these specialties, and all related professionals who need to learn the nuts and bolts of this new translational medicine.Dental Biomaterials;Polymers;Ceramics;Resin-Based Composites;Nanoscopic Materials;Restorative Dentistry;Titanium Alloy;Dental Implants;Additive Manufacturing00

The contents of this book touch on the all major dental biomaterials: polymers, composites, ceramics and metals. The first part introduces the readers to the surface physicochemical and mechanical characterizations at the nanoscopic level, and the use of finite element analysis. The second part discusses dental adhesion, resin-based composites, polymerization contraction stress, impression materials and soft liners for total prosthesis. The third part deals with ceramics in restorative dentistry: zirconia and lithium disilicate, the fractography of dental ceramics, as well as bioglass for bone growth. The fourth part discusses the toxicity of mercury in dentistry, and the use of preventive materials for dental diseases. The concluding part identifies imminent techniques for dental biomaterials, such as additive manufacturing (3D printing), and bioprinting in dentistry.

Contents:
  • Surface Analysis Techniques for Dental Materials (Edward Sacher and Rodrigo França)
  • Nanoindentation Techniques in Dental Biomaterials (Mohammad Aramfard and Chuang Deng)
  • Finite Element Analysis in Dentistry (Josete B C Meira, Alice N Jikihara, Pavel Capetillo, Marina G Roscoe, Paolo M Cattaneo, and Rafael Y Ballester)
  • Preventive Dental Materials (Larissa Bubnowicz and Rodrigo França)
  • Mercury Toxicity (Gelson Luis Adabo)
  • Zirconia in Dentistry (Paulo Francisco Cesar, Susana Salazar-Marocho, Erick de Lima, Lucas Hian da Silva, Karen Fukushima, and Ranulfo Benedito de Paula Miranda)
  • Lithium Disilicate-Based Glass-Ceramics (Rodrigo França)
  • Fractography of Dental Ceramics (Susanne S Scherrer)
  • Bioactive Glasses for the Development of Dental Restorative Materials (José Bauer, Ceci Nunes Carvalho, Edilausson Moreno Carvalho, and Rodrigo França)
  • Dental Adhesives (Marcelo Giannini, Patrícia Makishi, Ronaldo Hirata, and Carolina Bosso André)
  • Dental Composites — Chemistry and Composition (Carmem S Pfeifer)
  • Development of Polymerization Contraction Stresses in Resin-Based Composites (Roberto Ruggiero Braga, Marcela Charantola Rodrigues, and Yvette Alania)
  • Flexible Impression Materials (Charlene S Solomon)
  • Resilient Liners for Removable Prosthesis (Igor J Pesun)
  • 3D Printing — Additive Manufacturing of Dental Biomaterials (Rodrigo França, Jeff Winkler, Helen H Hsu, Maedeh Rahimnejad, and Zahra Abdali)

Readership: The book will be of great value to pathologists, oncologists and oncologic surgeons, residents in these specialties, and all related professionals who need to learn the nuts and bolts of this new translational medicine.Dental Biomaterials;Polymers;Ceramics;Resin-Based Composites;Nanoscopic Materials;Restorative Dentistry;Titanium Alloy;Dental Implants;Additive Manufacturing00


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