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Dental Ceramics - The complete video course

Dental Ceramics - The complete video course

Dental Ceramics - The complete video course

Dr. Nathaniel Lawson
Dr. Nathaniel Lawson
on behalf of University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry

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Launch date: 08 Jun 2015
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Last updated: 29 Sep 2018

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Barbara Cottles (6 Sep 2018)
As a dental hygienist I found this course to be very informative. It helped me understand the differences in restorations and when to bond versus cement. Thank you.
Zhewu Xu (29 Mar 2017)
This course is wonderful, helping me better understand different kinds of ceramic restorations and the best options in clinical work.
Rinku Khullar (25 Jun 2018)
Very informative.

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Description

This presentation will give viewers a background of the physical and mechanical properties of current dental ceramics. The material properties of the ceramics will be used to explain clinical recommendations for selecting a restorative material and designing the prosthesis. Additionally, laboratory research data will be presented to help the clinician determine the best method to cement or bond an all-ceramic restoration. Finally, an overview of laboratory fabrication of all-ceramic restorations will be presented in order to show clinicians their options when sending out a laboratory prescription.

Additional Course References:
1. Apel E, Deubener J, Bernard A, et al. Phenomena and mechanisms of crack propagation in glass-ceramics. J Mech Behav Biomed Mater. 2008;1(4):313-325.
2. Garvie RC, Hannink RH, Pascoe RT. Ceramic steel? Nature. 1975;258:703-704. doi:10.1038/258703a0
3. Kim MJ, Ahn JS, Kim JH, et al. Effects of the sintering conditions of dental zirconia ceramics on the grain size and translucency. J Adv Prosthodont. 2013;5(2):161-166.
4. Heintze SD, Rousson V. Survival of zirconia- and metal-supported fixed dental prostheses: a systematic review. Int J Prosthodont. 2010;23(6):493-502.
5. Anusavice KJ. Standardizing failure, success, and survival decisions in clinical studies of ceramic and metal–ceramic fixed dental prostheses. Dent Mater. 2012;28(1):102-111.
6. Zhao K, Pan Y, Guess PC, et al. Influence of veneer application on fracture behavior of lithium-disilicate–based ceramic crowns. Dent Mater. 2012;28(6):653-660.
7. Aboushelib MN, Feilzer AJ, Kleverlaan CJ. Bridging the gap between clinical failure and laboratory fracture strength tests using a fractographic approach. Dent Mater. 2009;25(3):383-391.
8. Fischer J, Stawarzcyk B, Trottmann A, Hämmerle CH. Impact of thermal misfit on shear strength of veneering ceramic/zirconia composites. Dent Mater. 2009;25(4):419-423.
9. Blatz MB, Bergler M, Ozer F, et al. Bond strength of different veneering ceramics to zirconia and their susceptibility to thermocycling. Am J Dent. 2010;23(4):213-216.
10. Choi EC, Waddell JN, Torr B, Swain MV. Pressed ceramics onto zirconia. Part 1: Comparison of crystalline phases present, adhesion to a zirconia system and flexural strength. Dent Mater. 2011;27(12):1204-1212.
11. Kim HJ, Lim HP, Park YJ, Vang MS. Effect of zirconia surface treatments on the shear bond strength of veneering ceramic. J Prosthet Dent. 2011;105(5):315-322.
12. Kirmali O, Akin H, Ozdemir AK. Shear bond strength of veneering ceramic to zirconia core after different surface treatments. Photomed Laser Surg. 2013;31(6):261-268.
13. Mosharraf R, Rismanchian M, Savabi O, Ashtiani AH. Influence of surface modification techniques on shear bond strength between different zirconia cores and veneering ceramics. J Adv Prosthodont. 2011;3(4):221-228.
14. Guess PC, Bonfante EA, Silva NR, et al. Effect of core design and veneering technique on damage and reliability of Y-TZP-supported crowns. Dent Mater. 2013;29(3):307-316.
15. Rosentritt M, Steiger D, Behr M, et al. Influence of substructure design and spacer settings on the in vitro performance of molar zirconia crowns. J Dent. 2009;37(12):978-983.
16. Fischer J. Strength of zirconia single crowns related to coping design [abstract]. J Dent Res. 2005;84(spec iss A). Abstract 0546.
17. Lin W, Ercoli C, Feng C, Morton D. The effect of core material, veneering porcelain, and fabrication technique on the biaxial flexural strength and weibull analysis of selected dental ceramics. J Prosthodont. 2012;21(5):353-362.
18. Baladhandayutham B, Beck P, Litaker MS, et al. Fracture strength of all-ceramic restorations after fatigue loading [abstract]. J Dent Res. 2012;91(spec iss A):24.
19. Rekow ED, Silva NR, Coelho PG, et al. Performance of dental ceramics: challenges for improvements. J Dent Res. 2011;90(8):937-952.
20. Curtis AR, Wright AJ, Fleming GJ. The influence of surface modification techniques on the performance of a Y-TZP dental ceramic. J Dent. 2006;34(3):195-206.
21. Taskonak B, Yan J, Mecholsky JJ Jr, et al. Fractographic analyses of zirconia-based fixed partial dentures. Dent Mater. 2008;24(8):1077-1082.
22. Pittayachawan P, McDonald A, Young A, Knowles JC. Flexural strength, fatigue life, and stress-induced phase transformation study of Y-TZP dental ceramic. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2009;88(2):366-377.
23. Shijo Y, Shinya A, Gomi H, et al. Studeis on mechanical strength, thermal expansion of layering porcelains to alumina and zirconia ceramic core materials. Dent Mater J. 2009;28(3):352-361.
24. Park S, Quinn JB, Romberg E, Arola D. On the brittleness of enamel and selected dental materials. Dent Mater. 2008;24(11):1477-1485.
25. Rosentritt M, Preis V, Behr M, et al. Two-body wear of dental porcelain and substructure oxide ceramics. Clin Oral Investig. 2012;16(3):935-943.
26. Syklawer SB, Janyavula S, Beck P, et al. Wear of ceramics and enamel in artificial chewing simulator [abstract]. J Dent Res. 2013;92(spec iss A):1902.
27. Janyavula S, Lawson N, Cakir D, et al. The wear of polished and glazed zirconia against enamel. J Prosthet Dent. 2013;109(1):22-29.
28. Kim MJ, Oh SH, Kim JH, et al. Wear evaluation of the human enamel opposing different Y-TZP dental ceramics and other porcelains. J Dent. 2012;40(11):979-988.
29. Oh WS, Delong R, Anusavice KJ. Factors affecting enamel and ceramic wear: a literature review. J Prosthet Dent. 2002:87(4):451-459.
30. Heintze SD, Cavalleri A, Forjanic M, et al. Wear of ceramic and antagonist—a systematic evaluation of influencing factors in vitro. Dent Mater. 2008;24(4):433-449.
31. al-Wahadni A, Martin DM. Glazing and finishing dental porcelain: a literature review. J Can Dent Assoc. 1998;64(8):580-583.
32. Soares CJ, Soares PV, Pereira JC, Fonseca RB. Surface treatment protocols in the cementation process of ceramic and laboratory-processed composite restorations: a literature review. J Esthet Restor Dent. 2005;17(4):224-35.
33. Meenes T, Burgess JO, Cakir D,, et al. Abrasion and etching effects on lithium disilicate flexural strength [abstract]. J Dent Res. 2014;93(spec iss A):184572.
34. Mair L, Padipatvuthikul P. Variables related to materials and preparing for bond strength testing irrespective of the test protocol. Dent Mater. 2010;26(2):e17-e23.
35. Atsu SS, Kilicarslan MA, Kucukesmen HC, Aka PS. Effect of zirconium-oxide ceramic surface treatments on the bond strength to adhesive resin. J Prosthet Dent. 2006;95(6):430-436.
36. Attia A, Kern M. Long-term resin bonding to zirconia ceramic with a new universal primer. J Prosthet Dent. 2011;106(5):319-327.
37. Blatz MB, Sadan A, Martin J, Lang B. In vitro evaluation of shear bond strengths of resin to densely-sintered high-purity zirconium-oxide ceramic after long-term storage and thermal cycling. J Prosthet Dent. 2004;91(4):356-362.
38. Peutzfeldt A, Sahafi A, Flury S. Bonding of restorative materials to dentin with various luting agents. Oper Dent. 2011;36(3):266-273.
39. Viotti RG, Kasaz A, Pena CE, et al. Microtensile bond strength of new self-adhesive luting agents and conventional multistep systems. J Prosthet Dent. 2009;102(5):306-312.
40. Powers JM, Farah JW, O’Keefe KL, et al. Guide to all-ceramic bonding. The Dental Advisor. 2009;2:1-12.
41. Jensen ME, Sheth JJ, Tolliver D. Etched-porcelain resin-bonded full-veneer crowns: in vitro fracture resistance. Compendium. 1989;10(6):336-347.
42. Heintze SD, Cavalleri A, Zellweger G, et al. Fracture frequency of all-ceramic crowns during dynamic loading in a chewing simulator using different loading and luting protocols. Dent Mater. 2008;24(10):1352-1361.
43. Al-Wahadni AM, Hussey DL, Grey N, Hatamleh MM. Fracture resistance of aluminium oxide and lithium disilicate-based crowns using different luting cements: an in vitro study. J Contemp Dent Pract. 2009;10(2):51-58.
44. Gehrt M, Wolfart S, Rafai N, et al. Clinical results of lithium-disilicate crowns after up to 9 years of service. Clin Oral Investig. 2013;17(1):275-284.
45. Wolfart S, Eschbach S, Scherrer S, Kern M. Clinical outcome of three-unit lithium-disilicate glass-ceramic fixed dental prostheses: up to 8 years results. Dent Mater. 2009;25(9):e63-e71.

Objectives

Objectives
Learning objectives:
1. Understand the different types of dental ceramics
2. How to prepare and adjust ceramic crowns
3. How to bond ceramic crowns
4. How ceramic crowns are fabricated in the laboratory
Dr. Nathaniel Lawson

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Dr. Nathaniel Lawson
on behalf of University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry

Dr. Nathaniel Lawson is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Biomaterials at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He graduate from Tulane University with a BSE in Biomedical Engineering. He completed his DMD at the UAB School of Dentistry and his MS and PhD in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at UAB. Prior to joining faculty at UAB, he worked in private practice in Alabama and Illinois. He is passionate about testing new materials and techniques in the laboratory and applying the results to clinical dentistry. He has published 35 abstracts, 26 articles and 1 book chapter related to dental materials. His primary research interests are related to the physical and mechanical properties of dental ceramics, composites, cements, and adhesives.

** Dr. Lawson has research grants with 3M, Ivoclar, GC, DMG, Kuraray, Danville and Dentsply. **

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Barbara Cottles (6 Sep 2018)
As a dental hygienist I found this course to be very informative. It helped me understand the differences in restorations and when to bond versus cement. Thank you.
Zhewu Xu (29 Mar 2017)
This course is wonderful, helping me better understand different kinds of ceramic restorations and the best options in clinical work.
Rinku Khullar (25 Jun 2018)
Very informative.

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