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Dental Materials

  1. Robert G. Craig1,
  2. Dieter Welker2,
  3. Josef Rothaut3,
  4. Klaus Georg Krumbholz4,
  5. Klaus-Peter Stefan5,
  6. Klaus Dermann6,
  7. Hans-Joachim Rehberg7,
  8. Gertraute Franz8,
  9. Klaus Martin Lehmann9,
  10. Matthias Borchert10

Published Online: 15 APR 2006

DOI: 10.1002/14356007.a08_251.pub2

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

How to Cite

Craig, R. G., Welker, D., Rothaut, J., Krumbholz, K. G., Stefan, K.-P., Dermann, K., Rehberg, H.-J., Franz, G., Lehmann, K. M. and Borchert, M. 2006. Dental Materials. Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    formerly The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

  2. 2

    formerly Klinikum der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Jena, Federal Republic of Germany

  3. 3

    Wieland Dental & Technik GmbH & Co. KG, Pforzheim, Federal Republic of Germany

  4. 4

    DeguDent GmbH, Hanau-Wolfgang, Federal Republic of Germany

  5. 5

    ESPE Dental AG, Seefeld, Federal Republic of Germany

  6. 6

    formerly Degussa-Hüls AG, Hanau-Wolfgang, Federal Republic of Germany

  7. 7

    formerly Bayer AG, Leverkusen, Germany

  8. 8

    formerly Universitätskrankenhaus Eppendorf, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany

  9. 9

    formerly Klinikum der Philipps-Universität Marburg, Marburg, Federal Republic of Germany

  10. 10

    BIOS Dental GmbH, Bohmte, Federal Republic of Germany

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 APR 2006

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Abstract

The article contains sections titled:

1.Introduction
1.1.Direct Materials
1.2.Indirect Materials
1.3.Auxiliary Materials
2.Metals
2.1.Introduction
2.2.Metallic Materials for Fillings
2.2.1.Pure Gold
2.2.2.Silver Amalgams
2.2.3.Copper Amalgams
2.2.4.Gallium Alloys
2.3.Metallic Materials for Prosthetic Restorations
2.3.1.Precious Metal Casting Alloys
2.3.2.Nonprecious Metal Casting Alloys
2.3.3.Casting Alloys for Removable Dentures
2.4.Brazing Alloys
2.5.Metallic Materials for Implants
2.6.Metals and Alloys for Other Purposes
3.Dental Ceramic Materials
3.1.Ceramic Teeth
3.1.1.Raw Materials
3.1.2.Fabrication
3.1.3.Quality Requirements
3.2.Dental Ceramic Fused to Metal Restorative Materials
3.2.1.Thermal Expansion
3.2.2.Raw Materials
3.2.3.Fabrication
3.2.4.Quality Requirements
3.2.5.Ceramic Fused to Titanium
3.3.Dental Ceramics for Fixed Restorations
3.3.1.Jacket Crowns
3.3.2.Newer Developments
4.Cements
4.1.Cements Setting by Neutralization Reaction
4.1.1.Zinc Phosphate Cements
4.1.2.Silicate Cements
4.1.3.Silicophosphate Cements
4.1.4.Zinc Polycarboxylate Cements
4.1.5.Glass Ionomers
4.1.6.Resin-Modified Glass Ionomers
4.1.7.Polyacid-Modified Composites
4.2.Cements Based on Complex Formation
4.2.1.Zinc Oxide – Eugenol Cements
4.2.2.Calcium Hydroxide Cement
4.2.3.Other Chelating Cements
4.3.Standards
5.Synthetic Resins
5.1.Denture Base Resins
5.1.1.Heat-Cured Polymers
5.1.2.Cold-Cured Polymers
5.1.3.Light-Cured Polymers
5.1.4.Microwave-Cured Polymers
5.1.5.Other Denture Resins
5.2.Acrylic Teeth
5.3.Crown and Bridge Veneer Resins
5.3.1.Heat-Cured Resins
5.3.2.Light-Cured Resins
5.4.Resin – Metal Bonding
5.5.Resins for Orthodontics
5.6.Restorative Resins
5.6.1.Paste – Paste Systems
5.6.2.Light-Cured Polymers
5.6.3.Ormocer-Based Filling Materials
5.6.4.Sealant Resins
5.6.5.Resin – Tooth Bonding
5.6.6.Toxicology
5.7.Standards
6.Impression Materials
6.1.Elastic Materials
6.1.1.Alginates
6.1.2.Elastomers
6.2.Rigid Materials
6.2.1.Plaster of Paris
6.2.2.Zinc Oxide – Eugenol Pastes
6.2.3.Resins
6.2.4.Thermoplastic Impression Materials
7.Dental Waxes
8.Other Model and Die Materials
9.Dental Gypsum Products
10.Dental Investments