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function of dental composites (2)

-restorative (filling) materials
-special tray construction

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wide scope of dental materials/ how their use can differ from engineering applications

-light curing technology used in car repair fillers/paints as well as dental occlusins (ICI dental occlusion)
-fibre reinforced materials/kevlar (v strong) used in bullet proof vests/fluoroelastomer rubber, may be incorporated into dental treatments
->unlike civil engineering, restoration must function within minutes of placement

3

what triggers the polymerisation of light curing materials

camphorquinone (photo-initiator)

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dental composite definition

combination of materials in which indiv. components retain their identity and posses diff properties to the components acting alone

5

components of dental resin composite (3)

-resin
-filler
-most importantly, a coupling agent

6

what are fibre reinforced materials

type of composite consisting of:
-fibres of high strength
-a modulus
->embedded/bonded to matrix
->distinct interface/boundary between components

7

legal requirements relating to the prescription of laboratory made dental appliances (5)

-patients name/confirmation made for them
-prescribers name/registered address
-technicians name/registered address
-description of appliance
-confirmation meets legal standards

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what are dental materials susceptible to within oral environment (5)

-loading up to 6kg
-cyclical forces causing fatigue
-chemicals
-temp fluctuations (-14 to 60 degrees)
-pH fluctuations (2-12)

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what is the shock absorber teeth are suspended within

periodontal ligament

10

eg's of dental materials (5)

-gypsum materials (plaster and stone)
-waxes
-alloys
-polymers
-ceramics

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what standards do dental materials have to make

-standards to protect the user and patient
-met by BSI (british standards institution) and ISO (international standards organisation)
->lab tests are used to ensure materials meet these standards, inappropriate selection/application compromises durability/ risks safety of both patients/members of dental team

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strain calculation

=change in length divided by original length (has no units)

13

stress equation

=force (newtons) divided by area (mm squared)
-units of stress = MPa

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mechanical properties of materials that are determined by lab tests (and how they are calculated) (7)

-tensile strength (elongation, force over area)
-compressive strength (not for brittle objects, force over area)
-diametral tensile strength (looks like compressive, to elongate spheres etc/brittle objects, placed between two supporting blocks, stress equation = 2F/3.14DL)
-flexural strength (3 point, stress=3FL/2b(d squared), where L is support separation)
-surface hardness (indented, dimensions measured and expressed as a number, high no's = low hardness)
-shear bond strength (strength to separate bond between two structures, force div. by area)
-impact strength (in units of energy)

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how to measure stiffness on stress/strain curve

linear region of curve

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how to measure ductility on stress/strain curve

straight line from end point to...?
->potential for material to be drawn out into a wire

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what is given by measuring the area under stress/strain curve of the linear elastic region

resilience (energy absorbed by material in undergoing plastic deformation up to elastic limit)

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what is given by measuring the area under the entire stress/strain curve

-toughness (total amount of energy a material can absorb up until the point of fracture)
->high value = tough
->low value = brittle

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physical properties of materials determined by lab tests (4)

1-surface roughness (the higher the Ra the rougher the material)
2-thermal properties (conductivity/K - rate of heat transfer through material, energy required two heat up material/Q=mst, thermal diffusivity/D - rate temp will rise within material when heat is applied to its surface = K/Cp*p, -> Cp = spec. heat and p = material density)
3-rheological properties (material flow properties through syringe etc, viscosity is proportional to pressure/speed -> viscosity can increase (dilatant), decrease (pseudoplastic) or stay the same (newtonian) due to applied pressure)
4-thermal expansion and contraction (match as closely to tooth surf. being replaced)

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properties of materials that can be determined by lab tests (4)

-mechanical
-physical
-chemical
-biological

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chemical properties of materials that can be defined by lab tests

-corrosion (defines chemical reactivity of metals/alloys, should display good corrosion resistance)
-solubility

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ideal biological properties of materials used in dentistry (5)

-non toxic
-non irritant
-harmless to dental pulp
-no carcinogenic potential
-no irritancy

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ideal properties of model/die materials (5)

-dimensional accuracy
-fluid when poured
-good wetting
-once set, hard and also fracture resistant
-compatible with all materials it contacts

24

classify gypsum products according to ISO standards (5)

1-impression plaster
2-dental plaster for models
3-dental stone for die/model
4-dental stone, die high strength, low expansion
5-dental stone, die high strength, high expansion

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gypsum products used for models/dies (3)

-dental plaster (plaster of paris)
-dental stone
-densite

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gypsum equation (manufacturing of gypsum products)

-gypsum -> gypsum product + water
-2CaSO4*2H2O -> (CaSO4)2*H20 + 3H20
-calcium sulphate dihydrate -> calcium sulphate hemihydrate (alpha/beta)

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chemical name of gypsum

calcium sulphate dihydrate

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chemical name of gypsum products (2)

-beta calcium sulphate hemihydrate (dental plaster)
-alpha calcium sulphate hemihydrate (dental stone)

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conditions which favour formation of dental plaster from gypsum

120 degrees

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conditions which favour formation of dental stone from gypsum

steam pressure in autoclave to 125 degrees