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Composite resin

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Composite resin for dental uses

Composite resin for dental uses

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  • 1. ICB
  • 2. ¿What is?Dental aesthetic restoration used in damagedteeth. Fig.1:www.joseantoniorojas.cl/resina.html Fig.2:www.joseantoniorojas.cl/resina.html
  • 3. History.In 1962 Dr. Ray. Bowen developeda new type of composite resin. Themain innovation was a resin matrixof Bisphenol-A-GlycidylMethacrylate (Bis-GMA) and afillers agents. (silica). Fig.4:www.sdpt.net/OPERATORIA DENTAL/eliminacioncaries.htm Fig.3:www.salvadorinsignares.com
  • 4. Chemical Compositions.Different co-monomers like:Bisphenol-A-Glycidyl(BIS-GMA)Urethanedymethacrylate(UDMA)Detrietilenglicoldimetacrilato (TEGDMA)Inorganic materialSilano (agente acoplador)
  • 5. Clasification of Composite Resin.-Auto polimeryzed. Fig.7:Book Materiales Dentales Fig.6:Book Materiales Dentales Federico H. Barceló Santana Federico H. Barceló Santana
  • 6. -Photo polimeryzed Fig.8:Book Materiales Dentales Federico H. Barceló Santana
  • 7. Uses. Restoration of teethFig.9:www.laserdent.cl/temas/restauración/ tecnicas-restauracion.html Sealing Tooth Cracks Fig.10:www.coc.mex.tl/193125_Odo ntopediatria.html
  • 8. Reconstruction Restoration Fig.12:www.ecuaodontologos.comFig.11:www.juanbalboa.co m/blog/coronas-de- porcelana-fundas/ Resin inlays Fig.13:www.clinicadentalgazel.co m/tratamientos/incrustaciones- dentales/
  • 9. Advantages DisadvantagesUnsoluble Easy to contaminate when is polymerizedAesthetic Short time of work with auto-curedBiocompatibility Special equipment is required for polymerizationEasy to use Several steps required for the apropiate managementGood times for work.Compatible with enamel and dentinAllows cavities more conservative Fig.14:Book Materiales Dentales Federico H. Barceló Santana
  • 10. Commercial Brands.Charisma de KulzerTPH spectrum DentsplyEsthet-X4 Season Vivadent Fig.15:ww.solutions.3m.com.mx/portal/3MTetric CeramPoint 4 de KerrMiris de ColteneFiltek Z250 de 3M Fig.17:www.salvadorinsignares.com Fig.16:www.smiledentaljournal.com
  • 11. Difference Between amalgam and composite resins AMALGAM RESINS Fig.18:www.salvadorinsignares.com
  • 12. Bibliography.Book Materiales Dentales conocimientos básicos aplicadosFederico H. Barceló SantanaJorge Mario Palma calderohttp://www.joseantoniorojas.cl/resina.htmlhttp://www.actaodontologica.com/ediciones/2008/3/evolucion_tendencias_resinas_compuestas.asphttp://www.beautycenter.com.mx/dental/resinas.htmlhttp://www.ortodenthos.com/general/resina_amalgama.html

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