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ADM guidance-Ceramics: all-ceramic multilayer interfaces in dentistry

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Lohbauer, Ulrich
Della Bona, Alvaro
Tholey, Michael
van Noort, Richard
Vichi, Alessandro
Kelly, J. Robert
Cesar, Paulo F.
Published in Dental Materials. 2017, vol. 33, no. 6, p. 585-598
Abstract This guidance document describes the specific issues involved in dental multilayer ceramicsystems. The material interactions with regard to specific thermal and mechanical prop-erties are reviewed and the characteristics of dental tooth-shaped processing parameters(sintering, geometry, thickness ratio, etc.) are discussed. Several techniques for the mea-surement of bond quality and residual stresses are presented with a detailed discussion ofadvantages and disadvantages. In essence no single technique is able to describe adequatelythe all-ceramic interface. Invasive or semi-invasive methods have been shown to distort theinformation regarding the residual stress state while non-invasive methods are limited dueto resolution, field of focus or working depth. This guidance document has endeavored toprovide a scientific basis for future research aimed at characterizing the ceramic interfaceof dental restorations. Along with the methodological discussion it is seeking to provide anintroduction and guidance to relatively inexperienced researchers.
Keywords All CeramicFrameworkVeneeringMultilayer interfaceCrown testingResidual stress
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LOHBAUER, Ulrich et al. ADM guidance-Ceramics: all-ceramic multilayer interfaces in dentistry. In: Dental Materials, 2017, vol. 33, n° 6, p. 585-598. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:99754

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