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The Effect of Dentin or Foundation Cores on Long-Term Prosthodontic Survival (ISPRD 07 DVD)

Author(s)/Editor(s): Malament, Kenneth

Price: $ 45.00

Stock #: C5050



© 2007



Please visit the ISPRD 2007 DVD page for information about all 63 DVDs which are now available.

The patientís satisfaction with esthetics is an important clinical objective. Knowledge within dental technology, dental science, and dental practice has dramatically expanded, leading to better quality, artistry, and more standards-based clinical applications. Ceramics are the most consistently predictable esthetic dental material. All-ceramic materials were developed to improve ceramic color and marginal fit. Despite substantial improvements in ceramic material strength and toughness, all-ceramic crowns may fail, particularly on molars. Ultimately, crown performance is a complex set of interactions between crown material and geometry, the characteristics of the support structure of the cement and crown, and the clinical loading history. This presentation will provide a comprehensive look at failure modes and effects in bilayer all-ceramic crown-cement-tooth systems, tying together the influences on resistance to fracture initiation and propagation of ceramic material properties and thickness; crown and tooth geometry; cement modulus and layer thickness; damage induced by shaping, fabrication, clinical adjustments, and sandblasting; and fatigue in the wet intraoral environment. Some counter-intuitive findings will be addressed, including changes in fracture behavior with different geometry and the influence of the compliant cement layer beneath stiff cores. Physical factors that may impact long-term restoration survival as well as original research demonstrating the effect of different core materials on the survival of various all-ceramic materials also will be discussed.

Kenneth A. Malament, DDS, MScD, is an examining director and a diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and maintains a full-time practice in Boston that includes a dental laboratory with master dental technicians. He is also a clinical professor in postgraduate prosthodontics at Tufts University. Dr Malament is secretary of the American College of Prosthodontics and president-elect of the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics. He has also served as president of the Northeastern Gnathological Society and the Northeastern Prosthodontic Society and as secretary-treasurer of the International College of Prosthodontics. Dr Malament has been a consultant to three journals and has published in the dental literature in the areas of all-ceramic survival statistics, fixed and implant prosthodontics, risk analysis, occlusion, material science, and periodontics.





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