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refractory materials in dentistry

  • Investments and refrectory dies in dentistry

    2021-5-25 · 3.2. dental refractory die material. powdered particulate refractory and binder system that is mixed with a specified liquid to produce a fluid that sets (and is designed specifically) to form of a hard die, suitable for the production of a dental ceramic prosthesis using the sintering technique. 3.3.

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  • 5 Investments and Refractory Dies | Pocket Dentistry

    2020-6-23 · Refractory materials are contained in all dental investments, whether for casting gold or high melting point alloys Recently Magnesia, Alumina, Zirconia are also added in the list of refractory materials The main properties due to which they are known as refractory materials 1. Poor thermal conductors & high heat capacity 2.

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  • Duplicating and refractory materials used in

    Refractory Material. Refractory material is usually a form of silicon dioxide, such as quartz, tridymite, or cristobalite, or a mixture of these. Refractory materials are contained in all dental investments, whether for casting gold or high-melting-point alloys. Binder Material

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  • ISO 15912:2016(en), Dentistry ? Refractory investment

    ISO 15912:2016 gives requirements and test methods for determining the compliance of dental casting investment, dental brazing investment, dental pressable-ceramic investment and dental refractory die materials used in the dental laboratory, regardless of the composition of the refractory powder, the composition of the binder, or the particular application.

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  • Refractory Materials | Refractory | Casting

    2004-2-1 · Although, the first “high heat” refractory was a phosphate-bonded material developed by Moore and Watts 44 in 1949, refractories were initially identified as casting investments for use with a variety of dental alloys.45, 46 However, it was not until 1959 that an ethyl silicate–bonded refractory was reported as the first “high heat” refractory die material for the fabrication of all-ceramic restorations. 47 In 1964, Hobo evaluated a range of refractory …

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  • Dental Casting - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    This invention relates to refractories and more particularly to refractory investment materials for use in mechanical dentistry in the making of refractory investments, molds, models and the like. : In mechanical dentistry plaster of Paris mixtures have heretofore been used extensively in...

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  • Glass/ceramic/refractory techniques, their

    2004-2-1 · Although, the first “high heat” refractory was a phosphate-bonded material developed by Moore and Watts 44 in 1949, refractories were initially identified as casting investments for use with a variety of dental alloys.45, 46 However, it was not until 1959 that an ethyl silicate–bonded refractory was reported as the first “high heat” refractory die material for the fabrication of all-ceramic restorations. 47 …

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  • Glass/ceramic/refractory techniques, their

    This review considered the development of glass, ceramic, refractory materials, and techniques over a period of 25,000 years, from the time of stone-age man to their introduction into dentistry. Currently a wide variety of all-ceramic dental restorations are provided using alumina-reinforced, leucite-forming, and novel glass and ceramic materials along with a range of refractory materials and associated techniques.

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  • Standard - Dentistry - Refractory investment and die ...

    This International Standard gives requirements and test methods for determining the compliance of dental casting investment, dental brazing investment, dental pressable-ceramic investment and dental refractory die materials used in the dental laboratory, regardless of the composition of the refractory powder, the composition of the binder, or the particular application.This International Standard classifies such …

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  • DLN AMA Ceramics master 9-29-11 R1 - Dental Learning

    2018-3-13 · In dental ceramic sub-structures sintered refractory materials have little or no glass between the refractory particles.Dental ceramic substructuresare made of aluminaor zirconia fused at very high temperatures and need no glass to make them hard.

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  • Dental Ceramics: Part II – Recent Advances in Dental

    2020-8-21 · In dentistry, ceramics are widely used for making artificial denture teeth, crowns, bridges, ceramic posts, abutments, and implants and veneers over metal substructures [1, 4]. Ceramics are characterized by their refractory nature, hardness, chemical inertness, biocompatibility [5, 6, 7] and susceptibility to brittle fracture [8, 9].

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  • Materials used in fixed indirect restorations and ...

    facilitate production of metallic materials for use in dentistry. [4]. Although many methods for producing the dental materials are available, the best and most popular method, especially for making crowns, is casting. The impression of the prepared tooth is replicated in a refractory mold and the required sample is …

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  • METALLIC MATERIALS FOR USE IN DENTISTRY

    part-2 direct restorative materials {Introduction to restorations, luting and pulp therapy, Cavity liners and varnish, Dental cements, Dental amalgam, Direct filling gold, Resin-based composite and …

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  • Dental Materials | Excel BDS

    158Ceramic Materials. aluminum oxide (99.5%), which is crystalline, densely sintered and non-porous. The powder is packaged on a die in a refractory ceramic process known as vacuum uniaxial ...

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  • Ceramic Materials and Color in Dentistry - ResearchGate

    The Use of Zirconia as a Refractory Material. Nature 99, 375–376 (1917). https://doi.org/10.1038/099375b0. Download citation. Issue Date: 05 July 1917. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/099375b0

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  • Standard - Dentistry - Refractory investment and die ...

    This International Standard gives requirements and test methods for determining the compliance of dental casting investment, dental brazing investment, dental pressable-ceramic investment and dental refractory die materials used in the dental laboratory, regardless of the composition of the refractory powder, the composition of the binder, or the particular application.This International Standard classifies such …

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  • Glass/ceramic/refractory techniques, their

    This review considered the development of glass, ceramic, refractory materials, and techniques over a period of 25,000 years, from the time of stone-age man to their introduction into dentistry. Currently a wide variety of all-ceramic dental restorations are provided using alumina-reinforced, leucite-forming, and novel glass and ceramic materials along with a range of refractory materials and associated techniques.

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  • A Direct Refractory Die Technique for Cast Gold ...

    2017-3-1 · The refractory die material is very white, and most buildup waxes are too translucent to enable detection of overextended wax margins. This results in castings with overextensions of …

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  • ISO-15912 | Dentistry - Refractory investment and die ...

    ISO 15912:2016 gives requirements and test methods for determining the compliance of dental casting investment, dental brazing investment, dental pressable-ceramic investment and dental refractory die materials used in the dental laboratory, regardless of the composition of the refractory powder, the composition of the binder, or the particular application.

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  • Dental Ceramics

    2020-9-25 · In dental ceramic sub-structures sintered refractory materials have little or no glass between the refractory particles.Dental ceramic substructuresare made of aluminaor zirconia fused at very high temperatures and need no glass to make them hard.

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  • 20: Model and investment materials | Pocket Dentistry

    2015-1-31 · This is called a refractory model and is made out of a special material – a refractory material – so that it may be invested and subjected to high temperature so that the metal framework can be cast on to it. A refractory material retains its shape and strength, that is, it is physically and chemically stable, at high temperatures. This material should also be resistant to thermal shock and have appropriate …

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  • Refractory - Hyperleap

    2018-9-25 · used at present in restorative dentistry is Alumina (Al 2O 3), which is one of the hardest and strongest oxides known. Ceramics composed of single element are rare. Diamond is a major ceramic of this type, hardest natural material used to cut tooth enamel. Ceramics are widely used in dentistry due to its dual role strength and esthetics.

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  • Refractory Materials: Characteristics, Properties and

    The Use of Zirconia as a Refractory Material. Nature 99, 375–376 (1917). https://doi.org/10.1038/099375b0. Download citation. Issue Date: 05 July 1917. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/099375b0

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  • Glass/ceramic/refractory techniques, their

    This review considered the development of glass, ceramic, refractory materials, and techniques over a period of 25,000 years, from the time of stone-age man to their introduction into dentistry. Currently a wide variety of all-ceramic dental restorations are provided using alumina-reinforced, leucite-forming, and novel glass and ceramic materials along with a range of refractory materials and associated techniques.

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  • Refractory Material - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Refractory Material. Refractories are materials that are resistant to high temperature, used predominantly as furnace linings for elevated temperature materials processing and other applications in which thermomechanical properties are critical. From: Comprehensive Composite Materials, 2000. Related terms: Al2O3; Chemical Vapor Deposition; Tungsten

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  • Refractory - Hyperleap

    2019-3-2 · materials can be used in this application. Refractory Applications Zirconia (monoclinic and partially stabilised) powder is used in refractory compositions to enhance thermal shock resistance and abrasion resistance. These materials are used in severe applications such as …

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  • A.Umeri – Study of Zirconia’a ageing for applications in ...

    This standard specifies requirements and tests for the duplicating materials used in dentistry which are primarily intended for forming flexible molds needed to produce positive refractory investment copies of properly blocked-out master models. This standard is an identical adoption of ISO 14356:2003, Dentistry – Duplicating material.

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  • Dental Products: Standards, Technical Specifications

    2021-5-13 · At the same time, since almost all refractory raw materials can be ground into a powder and used to make high-temperature mortar, they can be used as refractory brick joint material. That’s why it’s known as fire brick mortar. Refractory mortar is used in places where refractory bricks are needed.

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  • Materials | Free Full-Text | Fabrication of Refractory ...

    2021-6-4 · dentistry especially nickel and beryllium-based alloys, have fueled controversy. The evolution of titanium (Ti) applications to medical and dental implants has dramatically increased in the past few years because of titanium’s excellent biocompatibility corrosion

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  • BS EN ISO 15912:2016 - Dentistry. Refractory

    Dentistry. Refractory investment and die material: Status: Current: Publication Date: 29 February 2016: Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard) ISO 6344-1, ISO 8601, ISO 3696, ISO 6872, ISO 15854, ISO 286-2, ISO 22674, ISO 1942: Informative References(Provided for Information) ISO 6873:2013: Replaces: BS EN ISO 15912:2006+A1:2011

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  • Refractory Metal Oxides | Stanford Advanced Materials

    2021-5-25 · Most of the oxides that were used in refractory applications were traditional ceramics prepared from clays or other readily available mineral-based raw materials. With their high melting point, refractory metal oxides are used in applications like bio and dental ceramics, precision investment casting, and industrial furnaces.

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  • DLN AMA Ceramics master 9-29-11 R1 - Dental Learning

    2018-3-13 · In dental ceramic sub-structures sintered refractory materials have little or no glass between the refractory particles.Dental ceramic substructuresare made of aluminaor zirconia fused at very high temperatures and need no glass to make them hard.

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  • Dental Products: Standards, Technical Specifications

    This standard specifies requirements and tests for the duplicating materials used in dentistry which are primarily intended for forming flexible molds needed to produce positive refractory investment copies of properly blocked-out master models. This standard is an identical adoption of ISO 14356:2003, Dentistry – Duplicating material.

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  • 14. Dental Ceramics | Pocket Dentistry

    2015-1-1 · In the initial step, a ceramic slurry is stacked onto a refractory model of a tooth preparation, sintered to provide an intermediate strength, then trimmed to near-final form. Trimming of this intermediate form is far easier and faster than trimming the final ceramic. Next, a silica glass is added and the restoration is sintered again.

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  • Classifying Dental Ceramics: Numerous Materials and ...

    2021-4-15 · Amalgam, composite, other resin-based materials, and metals, such as nickel, are some of these stimulants responsible in Oral Lichen Planus pathogenesis 12,13; their removal and …

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  • (PDF) An update of ceramics in dentistry - ResearchGate

    2021-6-4 · dentistry especially nickel and beryllium-based alloys, have fueled controversy. The evolution of titanium (Ti) applications to medical and dental implants has dramatically increased in the past few years because of titanium’s excellent biocompatibility corrosion

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  • Patch test of dental materials in Oral Lichen Planus

    The Use of Zirconia as a Refractory Material. Nature 99, 375–376 (1917). https://doi.org/10.1038/099375b0. Download citation. Issue Date: 05 July 1917. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/099375b0

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