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Effect of Shade on All Ceramic Restoration based Zirconia according to Cooling rate on Firing
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Effect of Shade on All Ceramic Restoration based Zirconia according to Cooling rate on Firing
Jeon, Jin-Hun; Min, Byung-Kuk; Hwang, Jae-Sun; Kim, Woong-Chul;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this in vitro study was to evaluation the effect of shade on all ceramic restoration based zirconia according to cooling rate on Firing. Methods: 10 specimens applied to the dentin porcelain were made on the zirconia. After 5 specimens of the first group were burned in the furnace, these were put out rapidly. And after 5 specimens of the second group were burned in the furnace, these were put out slowly later 15 min. All specimens were measured , , using spectrophotometer, there were calculated 10 mean(SD) of descriptive statistics with SPSS program. These data were used for with color difference equation. Independent t tests were performed between 2 groups. Results: , , of 2 groups was statistically significant respectively (p<0.001), was 4.55 value. Conclusion: This study showed effect of shade on all ceramic restoration based zirconia according to cooling rate on Firing.
 Keywords
shade;;;spectrophotometer;
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Korean
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