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Chapter-05 Physical Metallurgy by Rashid Najat, Sood Ramnik, Alla Rama Krishna (2013) Edition : 1/e

This chapter describes the characteristic properties of various metals used in dentistry, differences between metal, alloy and metalloid. This chapter focuses on the solidification mechanism of metals and alloys, common defects that occur during solidification, and their importance on the final properties of alloys. In addition, emphasis was also directed at... [More]

Chapter-06 Cavity Liners and Varnish by Manappallil John J (2010) Edition : 3/e

A cavity liner is used like a cavity varnish to provide a barrier against the passage of irritants from cements or other restorative materials and to reduce the sensitivity of freshly cut dentin. They are usually suspensions of calcium hydroxide in a volatile solvent. Upon the evaporation of the volatile solvent, the liner forms a thin film on the prepared t... [More]

Chapter-06 Direct Filling Gold by Sherwood I Anand (2010) Edition : 1/e

Cohesive and non-cohesive gold, Compaction of direct filling gold, Direct filling gold, Electrolytic precipitate, Energy of condensation, Gold foil cylinders, Granular (powered) gold, Laminated gold foil, Platinized gold foils, Principles of condensation, Removal of surface impurities, Sealability of gold restorations

Chapter-06 Introduction to Restorations, Luting and Pulp Therapy by Manappallil John J (2016) Edition : 4/e

This chapter serves as an introduction to restorative dentistry, luting and pulp therapy. A restoration is a material which substitutes the missing tooth structure and restores the form and function of the tooth. They are classified as temporary, intermediate and permanent, direct and indirect, and esthetic and nonesthetic. Because of its excellent initial s... [More]

Chapter-06 Restorative Materials by Rashid Najat, Sood Ramnik, Alla Rama Krishna (2013) Edition : 1/e

This chapter highlights about the various materials used in restorative dentistry especially direct restorative materials. The materials discussed in this chapter include amalgam, dental cements, composites and direct filling gold. For each of these materials the development of the materials composition, chemistry and its relevance to the development of prop... [More]

Chapter-07 Amalgam by Sherwood I Anand (2010) Edition : 1/e

Addition of noble metals, According to powder particlessize, Amalgam, Amalgam waste management, Atomized powder/spherical particles, Clinical significance of dimensional change, Components of alloy power, Consistency of mix, Fluoride containing amalgam, High copper alloys, Homogenizing annealing, Mechanical trituration, Mercury free direct filling silver all... [More]