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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.23.2004.tde-01032005-155422
Document
Author
Full name
Anna Liubushka Olivera Belsuzarri
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2004
Supervisor
Committee
Marques, Marcia Martins (President)
Matson, Mauricio Rufaiel
Oliveira, Denise Cerqueira
Russo, Eliza Maria Agueda
Saito, Tetsuo
Title in Portuguese
Efeito das superfícies cerâmicas no desgaste do esmalte dos dentes antagonistas.
Keywords in Portuguese
Cerâmicas
Esmalte
Rugosidade superficial
Abstract in Portuguese
O efeito das superfícies cerâmicas no desgaste do esmalte antagonista foi estudado in vitro. Foram avaliados os desgastes produzidos pelas porcelanas glazeadas e polidas. Para tal finalidade utilizaram-se cinco cerâmicas: IPS Empress 2 (Ivoclar),IPS Empress (Ivoclar), Duceram Plus (Degussa), Duceram LFC (Degussa) e Symbio (Degussa). Oito conjuntos dente e cerâmica foram testados para cada situação, com carga padronizada e imersos em água a 37 0 C. As medidas do desgaste do esmalte e cerâmica foram avaliadas após 150000 e 300000 ciclos. Os resultados revelaram que o desgaste final do esmalte do dente antagonista foi significantemente menor quando as cerâmicas foram polidas. A quantidade do desgaste do esmalte antagonista foi maior nos primeiros 150000 ciclos. A cerâmica IPS Empress provocou um desgaste significativamente maior do esmalte do dente antagonista quando comparada com as outras cerâmicas testadas (p<0,01). As rugosidades iniciais das superfícies cerâmicas foram diferentes entre si, sendo que diminuíram após o polimento, exceto para a cerâmica IPS Empress. Não houve correlação entre a rugosidade superficial inicial das cerâmicas com o desgaste gerado no esmalte dos dentes antagonistas.
Title in English
The effect of glazed and polished ceramics on the wear of human enamel.
Keywords in English
Ceramic
Enamel
Roughness
Wear
Abstract in English
The effect of glazed and polish dental ceramic on the wear of human enamel was studied in vitro. Five ceramics: IPS Empress 2 (Ivoclar), IPS Empress (Ivoclar),Duceram Plus (Degussa), Duceram LFC (Degussa) and Symbio (Degussa), were tested in water at 37 0 C, under standard load. The amount of wear enamel and specimens was determined after 150000 and 300000 cycles. The results showed that the polished ceramics produce less amount of enamel wear. The amount of enamel wear opposite to IPS Empress ceramic was significant higher (p<0,001). The enamel wear rate increased on the first 150000 cycles. Differences between roughnesses were found in all ceramics, the roughness decreased when the ceramics were polished except for IPS Empress ceramic. No correlation on the roughness and enamel wear were found.
 
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2005-03-11
 
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