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Dental Ceramics: Material Properties and Clinical Applications Part 3 of 3

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This presentation will give viewers a background of the physical and mechanical properties of current dental ceramics. The material properties of the ceramics will be used to explain clinical recommendations for selecting a restorative material and designing the prosthesis. Additionally, laboratory research data will be presented to help the clinician determine the best method to cement or bond an all-ceramic restoration. Finally, an overview of laboratory fabrication of all-ceramic restorations will be presented in order to show clinicians their options when sending out a laboratory prescription.

Date Added:
7/23/2014

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Nathaniel Lawson, DMD, PhD Nathaniel Lawson, DMD, PhD
Dr. Nathaniel Lawson is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Biomaterials at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He started his education as a biomedical eng...
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Questions & Comments
Ehab Abou El Roos - (4/23/2020 12:37 AM)

thank you a lot -very informative in simple way---- but sound is not good

keith reber - (8/1/2014 9:09 PM)

I didn't know you could press feldspathic porcelain onto a coping. I always thought it was a water powder type procedure that you did by hand and multiple firings. Thanks for the education!

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