Dental ceramics: Classification, properties and indications and cementation protocol
Keywords:Ceramics; Metal ceramic alloys; Crowns; Dentistry.
Dental ceramics are known for their excellence in artificially reproducing natural teeth. Currently there are several types of ceramics and methods of obtaining that deliver different results in terms of strength and translucency. This variety ends up generating the need for the professional to be constantly improving so that he can correctly indicate and work with the various materials available on the market. In this work, the classifications, properties, indications and cementation protocols are presented, of conventional feldspathic ceramics, those infiltrated by glass, those associated with metals and aluminized ones that were designed aiming at a resistance twice greater than conventional feldspathics. This work aims to formulate an aggregate of information about the different existing dental ceramics, thus providing a set of information that can help both dentistry students and professionals in the field, to make the choice of the ideal material for each situation. A qualitative narrative literature review was carried out, using as bibliographic basis scientific articles available in the online databases PubMED, Lillacs, BVSsalud and Scielo, presented in Portuguese and English.
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